Back The New York Times Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Search Sections 14 Nov

The New York Times

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Close
Advertisement
Zimbabwe’s Military Seizes Control of the State Broadcaster 14 Nov 10:33pm Zimbabwe’s Military Seizes Control of the State Broadcaster
After the firing of the vice president touches off a confrontation with the armed forces commander, the American Embassy warned of “ongoing political uncertainty.”
 Like Reply
Lebanese Christian Leader Makes Rare Visit to Saudi Arabia 14 Nov 10:20pm Updated Lebanese Christian Leader Makes Rare Visit to Saudi Arabia
The Maronite Christian patriarch of Lebanon met the Saudi king during a visit overshadowed by political tensions between the two nations.
 Like Reply
Trump’s Mixed Messages Fail to Reassure Asian Allies 14 Nov 9:40pm Updated Trump’s Mixed Messages Fail to Reassure Asian Allies
The president’s marathon trip left many unsure about America’s staying power and fed a growing sense that China drives the region’s agenda.
 Like Reply
The Upstart Saudi Prince Who’s Throwing Caution to the Winds 14 Nov 9:20pm Updated The Upstart Saudi Prince Who’s Throwing Caution to the Winds
Prince Mohammed bin Salman is taking on all comers — the royal family, wealthy Saudis, Iran and Hezbollah. But is he ambitious or simply reckless?
 Like Reply
Mugabe’s Feud With Zimbabwe’s Military Grows Amid Coup Rumors 14 Nov 8:37pm Mugabe’s Feud With Zimbabwe’s Military Grows Amid Coup Rumors
After the firing of the vice president touches off a confrontation with the armed forces commander, the American Embassy warned of “ongoing political uncertainty.”
 Like Reply
14 Nov 8:36pm British Cybersecurity Chief Warns of Russian Hacking
The chief of the National Cyber Security Center said Russia recently tried to hack into Britain’s energy, media and telecommunications industries.
 Like Reply
Mugabe Allies Tell Zimbabwe’s Military to Stay Out of Politics 14 Nov 6:42pm Mugabe Allies Tell Zimbabwe’s Military to Stay Out of Politics
After the firing of the vice president touched off a confrontation with the armed forces commander, the president let others speak for him as rumors fly.
 Like Reply
Australia Votes ‘Yes’ on Same-Sex Marriage, Clearing Path for Legalization 14 Nov 6:41pm Australia Votes ‘Yes’ on Same-Sex Marriage, Clearing Path for Legalization
“They voted ‘yes’ for fairness, they voted ‘yes’ for commitment, they voted ‘yes’ for love,” said Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. The final decision is up to Parliament.
 Like Reply
Jeff Sessions, Taxes, Roy Moore: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing 14 Nov 6:31pm Jeff Sessions, Taxes, Roy Moore: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
 Like Reply
14 Nov 5:04pm Updated Modern Love: ‘Happiness Is Incomplete’: A Refugee Couple’s Scattered Lives
A family flees Iraq and eventually resettles in Indiana — all except for one, who remained halfway around the world.
 Like Reply
Macron Visits ‘Left-Behind France’ to Show He’s President for Everyone 14 Nov 3:36pm Macron Visits ‘Left-Behind France’ to Show He’s President for Everyone
Trying to shed the label of “President of the Rich,” France’s young leader promises job training, not programs, in the poorer suburbs of Paris.
 Like Reply
Taliban ‘Red Units’ with Night Vision Kill Dozens of Afghan Police 14 Nov 1:19pm Updated Taliban ‘Red Units’ with Night Vision Kill Dozens of Afghan Police
Afghan officials say the Taliban’s high-tech weaponry and mobile tactics are proving especially deadly. Scores of police have been killed in two days.
 Like Reply
Iran-Iraq Earthquake Kills More Than 500 14 Nov 1:14pm Updated Iran-Iraq Earthquake Kills More Than 500
Rescuers and residents spent the night digging through rubble in a frantic search for survivors after a quake near the countries’ shared border.
 Like Reply
Italy Fails to Qualify for the World Cup, and a Nation Mourns 14 Nov 12:02pm Italy Fails to Qualify for the World Cup, and a Nation Mourns
For the soccer-crazed country, it was perhaps the lowest point in 60 years — a humiliation, wrapped in a tragedy, enveloped in an apocalypse.
 Like Reply
IHT Retrospective Blog: 1917: Must Crush German Lust for Conquest, Asserts President 14 Nov 11:04am IHT Retrospective Blog: 1917: Must Crush German Lust for Conquest, Asserts President
Article on the President Wilson’s speech about German aggression in 1917.
 Like Reply
Spelling Trouble: Did a Scrabble Champion Cheat? 14 Nov 10:45am Updated Spelling Trouble: Did a Scrabble Champion Cheat?
Allan Simmons, one of the game’s top British players, has been banned from tournaments for three years for breaking the rules of the popular word game.
 Like Reply
The Interpreter: Rohingya of Myanmar Learn That ‘Never Again’ Doesn’t Always Apply 14 Nov 9:26am Updated The Interpreter: Rohingya of Myanmar Learn That ‘Never Again’ Doesn’t Always Apply
The world’s ability and willingness to stop atrocities comes with conditions. Myanmar follows a string of countries that don’t quite meet them.
 Like Reply
14 Nov 5:43am Taliban Kill Dozens of Afghan Police Officers in 2nd Night of Attacks
Witnesses in southern Afghanistan described the insurgents using night-vision goggles and laser sights, as they did the night before in deadly attacks in the west.
 Like Reply
China Blocks Son of Human Rights Lawyer From Leaving Country 14 Nov 4:05am China Blocks Son of Human Rights Lawyer From Leaving Country
Bao Zhuoxuan, 18, was stopped en route to Japan and told that he posed a “risk to national security” while abroad, his father said.
 Like Reply
Tutus and Tool Belts: Church of England Urges Children to Explore Gender Identity 14 Nov 12:33am Updated Tutus and Tool Belts: Church of England Urges Children to Explore Gender Identity
In a “Valuing All God’s Children” directive, the church said students “should be at liberty to explore the possibilities of who they might be without judgment or derision.”
 Like Reply
In Implicit Rebuke to Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s Military Says It May ‘Step In’ 14 Nov 12:18am Updated In Implicit Rebuke to Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s Military Says It May ‘Step In’
Infighting within the governing party threatens the achievements of the struggle that won Zimbabwe’s independence in 1980, the army chief said.
 Like Reply
On the top

Date settings

Today is Thursday, November 23, 2017

+ 1 -
+ 1 -
+ 2016 -

Close

By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our cookie policy.

Accept