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- North Korea Launches 2 Missiles Into Sea to Protest U.S. War Games With South

    > NYT > International by By CHOE SANG-HUN   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 07:48
South Korea condemned the North Korean missile tests as a ?saber-rattling provocation? and a violation of United Nations resolutions.

- An Uneasy Relationship Between Telecom and Tech

    > NYT > International by By MARK SCOTT   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 04:50
Large mobile carriers and tech giants like Facebook and Google rely on one another, but they are competing to be consumers? main source for Internet use on mobile devices.

- Spacewalk Prepares Station for More Visits

    > NYT > International by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 04:21
Two American astronauts did quick work on Sunday as the International Space Station continued to be upgraded so that it could welcome more commercial vehicles.

- Minnie Minoso Is Dead; Helped Integrate Baseball in Career Across 5 Decades

    > NYT > International by By RICHARD GOLDSTEIN   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 04:21
Minoso, the major leagues? first black player out of Latin America, was often cited as the only modern major leaguer to play in five decades.

- China?s Long Food Chain Plugs In

    > NYT > International by By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and PAUL MOZUR   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 04:21
The country?s sprawling supply chain has challenged governmental efforts to ensure quality, and so its tech giants are working to provide shoppers with useful tools.

- Kerry Is Pushing for Agreement in Iran Nuclear Talks

    > NYT > International by By MICHAEL R. GORDON   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 03:47
With so much at stake in the Iranian nuclear talks, John Kerry?s relentless negotiating style and repeated meetings with Iran?s foreign minister have become part of the debate.

- Shoestring Legal Aid Group Helps Poor in Rural India

    > NYT > International by By MAX BEARAK   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 03:21
In Chhattisgarh, human rights abuses are often overlooked in the clamor of a long-running conflict between Indian forces and a Maoist rebellion.

- World Briefing: Syria: 19 Christians Have Been Released by the Islamic State, Local Leaders Say

    > NYT > International by By HWAIDA SAAD and ANNE BARNARD   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 02:49
Nineteen of the Assyrian Christians seized by Islamic State militants last week in northeastern Syria have been freed, and they met with church officials in a cathedral in the city of Hasaka, local leaders said Sunday.

- World Briefing: Algeria: Violence Erupts at Protest Over Shale Gas Drilling Project

    > NYT > International by By CARLOTTA GALL   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 02:49
Protests in southern Algeria turned violent over the weekend when the police clashed with demonstrators outside a base run by the American company Halliburton near the town of Ain Salah.

- Recordings Suggest Emirates and Egyptian Military Pushed Ousting of Morsi

    > NYT > International by By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK   - mis en cache le 2 March 2015 - 02:49
The unauthenticated recordings are the latest that appear to capture the private meetings and phone calls of senior defense officials. All have been released through Islamist news outlets that oppose President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.


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