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Bugün, 10:01am

News Analysis: Is the World Becoming a Jungle Again? Should Americans Care?

As President Trump upends decades of established foreign policy, thinkers on both sides of the Atlantic are grappling with questions about the United States’s role in the world.

Bugün, 6:01am

Books News: Would You Like Some Sausage With Your Novel?

A nearly century-old bookstore in Germany is staying afloat by joining forces with the butcher, the baker … no word yet from the candlestick maker.

Bugün, 5:42am

Italy Loosens Vaccine Law Just as Children Return to School

After years of spreading confusion about vaccines, the Five Star Movement and its governing partner, the League, have reduced vaccination proof to a parent’s promise.

Bugün, 2:09am

To End Stalemate, Will Sweden Include Far-Right Party in Government?

The major blocs vow not to join with Sweden Democrats, a party with racist roots, but do not want to work together. With no one near a majority, Sweden wonders who will blink first.

Bugün, 1:38am

Lawrence Martin-Bittman, 87, Master of Disinformation, Dies

He was a dirty trickster for Czechoslovakia during the Cold War. Then he defected to the West and taught the perils of propaganda to journalism students.

Bugün, 12:03am

Brexit Talks at ‘Impasse,’ Theresa May Says, After a Rancorous Summit

The bloc’s leaders rejected her proposals at an unexpectedly bitter meeting that cast doubt over the prospects of reaching an agreement.

Dün, 9:20pm

Muslim Rapper Cancels Bataclan Concerts. French Far-Right Celebrates.

Marine Le Pen called rapper Médine’s decision to cancel the shows “a victory for all victims of Islamist terrorism.”

Dün, 8:47pm

Beat Richner, Doctor to Cambodia’s Needy Young, Dies at 71

Dr. Richner turned a war-ravaged pediatric hospital in Phnom Penh into a network of five medical centers that now serve one million patients a year.

Dün, 3:23pm

The Netherlands, a Tax Avoidance Center, Tries to Mend Its Ways

The country has a reputation for allowing multinationals to reduce payments by moving profits through Dutch subsidiaries, but things could be changing.

Dün, 9:54am

Europe Edition: Your Friday News Briefing: Russia, Brexit, Puerto Rico

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Dün, 6:19am

Croydon Cat Killer: London Police Solve a Mystery

Hundreds of dismembered bodies turned up, leading to fears that a sadist was at large. But officers say the cats were probably hit by cars, then scavenged by foxes.

Dün, 6:11am

France Bans Smartphones in Schools Through 9th Grade. Will It Help Students?

The government hopes the move will get students to pay more attention in class and talk more to each other. But some doubt whether the ban can be enforced.

Dün, 12:49am

U.K.’s Brexit Plans ‘Will Not Work,’ a Top E.U. Official Says

Rather than showing divisions, European leaders in Austria, took a unified stance against Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal proposal.

Dün, 12:34am

U.K. Councils Struggle With Services, and Warn of Bigger Cuts

Strapped councils will slash spending by $1 billion or more next year, cutting spending even on vulnerable adults and children, group says.

Sep 20th 2018, 10:23pm

Subscribe to the ‘Abroad in America’ Newsletter

To help international readers make sense of the midterm elections, The Times is starting a five-week newsletter with the essentials.

Sep 20th 2018, 9:08pm

Stephen Jeffreys, Playwright Known for ‘The Libertine,’ Dies at 68

His 1994 play about a hedonistic 17th-century nobleman became a vehicle for Johnny Depp and John Malkovich.

Sep 20th 2018, 4:11pm

Books News: Man Booker Prize Shortlist Reflects Dark Times

The six books in the running for one of the world’s major literary awards includes a novel written in verse. Two American authors made the cut.

Sep 20th 2018, 9:50am

In Private Letters, Benedict Rebukes Critics of Pope Francis

Benedict XVI, the pope emeritus, rejected the idea of being part of a rival power center within the Vatican, as some conservative critics of Pope Francis have hoped.

Sep 20th 2018, 6:31am

Europe Edition: Your Thursday News Briefing: Brexit, Brett Kavanaugh, Kosovo

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Sep 20th 2018, 6:00am

Inside Italy’s Shadow Economy

Within a distressed labor market, thousands of low-paid home workers create luxury garments without contracts or insurance.

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