New York Times : International (104)

News Analysis: Afghan President Under Fire as Critics Chafe at Overdue Vote

Opponents of the increasingly isolated Ashraf Ghani are holding rallies, issuing ultimatums and calling for a tribal referendum on his performance in office.

News Analysis: West Fears U.S.-Backed Afghan Leader Faces Hints of Mutiny

Opponents of the increasingly isolated Ashraf Ghani are holding rallies, issuing ultimatums and calling for a tribal referendum on his performance in office.

Artist Flees Beijing After Filming Devastation of Mass Evictions

Hua Yong, a painter, has shot and posted online dozens of videos documenting the forced removal of thousands of migrant workers from Beijing.

Macron Holds a Climate Summit, and Trump Casts a Shadow

Leaders, businesspeople and investors from around the world gathered near Paris at the invitation of the French president, who warned 'we are losing the battle' against climate change.

Austria Gas Explosion Leaves One Dead and 18 Injured

The blast at the Baumgarten facility, the country’s largest entry point for natural gas, raised concerns about tightening energy supplies across Europe.

Hezbollah Leader Calls for Arab Countries to Stop Seeking New Ties With Israel

At a rally protesting President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Hassan Nasrallah said, 'Today we are witnessing a true intifada.'

Talk of Trump Visit Tests U.K.’s ‘Special Relationship’

The American ambassador in London said he hoped a planned trip by President Trump would go ahead despite vocal opposition.

News Analysis: Afghan President’s Critics Losing Patience Over Delayed Vote

Opponents of the increasingly isolated Ashraf Ghani are holding rallies, issuing ultimatums and calling for a tribal referendum on his performance in office.

At Australian Refugee Camp, a Mix of Hope and Doubts Over U.S. Plans

The men said that more than 60 refugees had been given appointments with American officials, but that President Trump’s travel ban might limit who was resettled.

Brazil Fights H.I.V. Spike in Youths With Free Preventive Drug

The country is the first in Latin America to make a blue pill called PrEP an integral part of its health care policy.

Whirlwind Putin Tour Highlights Moscow’s New Reach in Mideast

The Russian president visited Syria, Egypt and Turkey all in a day, a trip underscoring new alliances and his role as a statesman.

Campaign to Drive Out Migrants Slams Beijing’s Best and Brightest

Tens of thousands of hopeful college graduates moved to the city seeking better jobs and better lives. Now the authorities are telling them to leave.

Saudi Arabia to Allow Movie Theaters After 35-Year Ban

The move was seen as part of a drive by Prince Mohammed bin Salman to transform Saudi society and to move toward a more tolerant form of Islam.

As Venezuela Opposition Shuns Vote, Leader’s Party Tightens Grip on Power

President Nicolás Maduro hailed victories in municipal elections that many voters deemed a foregone conclusion.

How ISIS Produced Its Cruel Arsenal on an Industrial Scale

When the Islamic State seized territory in Iraq and Syria, it had the time and space to industrialize advanced weapons manufacturing. The results included explosive space heaters and chemical rockets.

Mosul Journal: After Fall of ISIS, Iraq’s Second-Largest City Picks Up the Pieces

The battle to drive the Islamic State out of Mosul left much of the city in ruins. Now, residents are pulling together to rebuild.

Harassment All Around, Afghan Women Weigh Risks of Speaking Out

Watching the 'Me, Too' campaign, some Afghan women are more willing to talk about assaults. But the danger to their lives if they do has not diminished.

As Venezuela Opposition Shuns Vote, Many Feel It’s a ‘Waste of Time’

Voter turnout in Venezuela’s municipal elections was low as many considered the results a foregone conclusion: domination by President Nicolás Maduro and his party.

In a Blow to Hamas, Israel Destroys Tunnel From Gaza

The military action came amid simmering tensions over President Trump’s Jerusalem declaration, injecting another layer of uncertainty in the area.

Three Arrested After Firebomb Attack on Swedish Synagogue

No one was injured after a masked gang tossed Molotov cocktails at the building in Gothenburg, but three men were held on suspicion of arson.

Boris Johnson Leaves Iran With Fate of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Unclear

After the British foreign minister met with President Hassan Rouhani and expressed concern about the detained British-Iranian national, her husband said he felt renewed hope.

Pentagon Foresees at Least Two More Years of Combat in Somalia

In a proposal, the Defense Department is also seeking looser oversight of its operations in Somalia, where it doubled the number of airstrikes it carried out this year.

Max Clifford, Celebrity Publicist and Sex Offender, Dies After Collapsing in Prison

Mr. Clifford, once Britain’s highest-profile publicity agent, was serving an eight-year sentence for assaulting woman and girls as young as 15.

Jerusalem: It’s Tense, Crowded and Can Feel Like a Jail

For residents of Jerusalem, over which the world has been battling for thousands of years, everyday frictions can be draining on both sides of the Green Line.

Protests in Lebanon Near U.S. Embassy After Trump’s Jerusalem Decision

Lebanese Army forces fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse thousands of protesters outside the embassy near Beirut.

For Older Venezuelans, Fleeing Crisis Means ‘Starting From Zero,’ Even at 90

As a dire economy drives migration, Venezuelans in their retirement years are joining the exodus, a journey fraught with worries over health care, employment and leaving a country they love.

Macron Steps Into Middle East Role as U.S. Retreats

The French president is carving out an ambitious and assertive global role, as many see the United States under President Trump abandoning leadership.

The Interpreter: The Jerusalem Issue, Explained

What Mr. Trump’s announcement means for the city, the conflict and the world.

In Indonesia, Women Begin to Fight ‘Epidemic’ of Street Harassment

Activist groups are springing up, and the first step, they say, is exposing the routine instances of groping and catcalling that have long gone unreported.

Iraq Prime Minister Declares Victory Over ISIS

Haider al-Abadi said, 'Our forces fully control the Iraqi-Syrian border,' but analysts warned that it did not mean the end of the Islamic State threat.

Daily Life in Jerusalem? ‘Difficult’ and ‘Intense’ for Arab and Jew

For residents of Jerusalem, over which the world has been battling for thousands of years, everyday frictions can be draining on both sides of the Green Line.

‘Merci, Johnny’: Hallyday Honored With Rock-Star Funeral

Crowds lined the streets of the French capital to watch the singer’s funeral procession. 'He was part of France,' President Emmanuel Macron said.

Responding to Rocket Fire, Israel Launches Airstrikes Into Gaza

The Israeli airstrikes killed two members of the Hamas militant group.

For Older Venezuelans, Fleeing Crisis Means ‘Starting From Zero,’ Even at 90

As a dire economy drives migration, Venezuelans in their retirement years are joining the exodus, a journey fraught with worries over health care, employment and leaving a country they once loved.

Boris Johnson Arrives in Iran to Press for Release for Detained Briton

Britain’s foreign minister is expected to push for the release of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was arrested and jailed on sedition charges by Iran.

Johnny Hallyday Honored With Rock-Star Funeral

Crowds lined the streets of the French capital to watch the singer’s funeral procession and had a message, 'Merci Johnny.'

Sanya Journal: Welcome to China’s Florida: Sun, Sand and Retired Snowbirds

Rising incomes allow China’s growing numbers of aging people to become snowbirds in the south — enjoying life post-retirement in a way previous generations never imagined.

In Syria’s Skies, Close Calls With Russian Warplanes

American air commanders complain that the Russians are flouting their agreements aimed at avoiding midair collisions.

Mikheil Saakashvili, Ex-President of Georgia, Arrested in Ukraine, Again

The police seized Mr. Saakashvili in Kiev for a second time in a week amid a mounting feud with the Ukrainian president. This time they manage to hold on to him.

Environmentalists Ask: Is India’s Government Making Bad Air Worse?

As northern India is swallowed by an epic smog cloud, critics say that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s business-friendly policies are exacerbating the problem.

Lost in Translation? Pope Ponders an Update to Lord’s Prayer

'Lead us not into temptation' is not quite right, Francis said. 'Do not let us fall into temptation' might be more precise.

The Polish Parliament Reshapes Courts, Drawing Criticism

Critics say the new legislation threatens judicial independence, and is little different from similar measures that were rejected last summer.

Jerusalem Largely Calm as Region Protests Trump Move

In the city at the center of the storm, Friday Prayer at Al Aqsa Mosque was largely calm. Protests were held in Gaza, the West Bank and beyond.

U.S. Faces Blunt Criticism at U.N. Over Jerusalem Decree

The denunciations on the 15-member United Nations Security Council left the United States isolated. But other than venting frustration, it is unclear what the council can do.

At Least 15 U.N. Peacekeepers Are Killed in Congo

The killings of peacekeepers from Tanzania on Thursday night was one of the deadliest assaults against the organization’s forces.

Germany Inches Closer to a New, Old Government

The center-left Social Democrats will begin negotiating with Angela Merkel’s center-right leaders next week about joining another coalition.

Tillerson Criticizes Saudi Arabia, Citing Its Policies in Yemen and Lebanon

The Trump administration’s warm feelings toward the kingdom appear to have cooled considerably.

Blinded by Her Husband, She Fights for Justice

After years of abuse in Bangladesh, Rumana Monzur defied stigma and expectations, earning two degrees in Vancouver, Canada.

Brexit Talks Headed for a Second, More Difficult Phase

Prime Minister Theresa May got past one hurdle with the divorce package, but now she and her cabinet must decide exactly what sort of Brexit they want.

News Analysis: Did Trump Kill Off a Two-State Solution? He Says No, Palestinians Say Yes

The chief Palestinian negotiator said Mr. Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital means a radical P.L.O. shift — to a push for a single state, with equal civil rights.