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- North Korea Cancels Investigation Into Abductions of Japanese Citizens

    > NYT > International by CHOE SANG-HUN   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 08:52
Pyongyang halted its inquiry into the fate of Japanese said to have been kidnapped by its agents decades ago, retaliating for new sanctions imposed by Tokyo.

- Head of Sweden?s Karolinska Institute Quits Over Transplant Scandal

    > NYT > International by HENRY FOUNTAIN   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 04:53
Anders Hamsten said he could no longer lead the the institute after accusations of medical misconduct against a former professor there.

- U.S. Plans to Resume Commercial Flights to Cuba This Year

    > NYT > International by JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 04:53
An agreement to be completed next week will allow American carriers to offer 20 flights per day to Havana and dozens more to other Cuban cities.

- Q. and A.: Syrian War Could Turn on the Battle for Aleppo

    > NYT > International by KAREN ZRAICK and ANNE BARNARD   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 04:53
Syrian government forces and their allies are besieging the rebel-held section of Aleppo to starve the rebels into submission.

- Eurozone Economy Grows, but Total Output Still Lags 2008

    > NYT > International by JACK EWING   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 04:23
Even as much of the rest of the world has bounced back from the global financial crisis, however fitfully, Europe?s economic core remains soft.

- Congressional Memo: For Norway, an Envoy; For Cruz, a Street Name

    > NYT > International by JENNIFER STEINHAUER   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 04:23
Senate stand-ins for Mr. Cruz, who had been blocking the nominees for ambassador, gave the presidential contender what he wanted and ended a long impasse.

- Many Asians Express Dismay and Frustration After Liang Verdict

    > NYT > International by SARAH MASLIN NIR and DAVID W. CHEN   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 04:23
In Asian enclaves of New York, residents objected to the guilty verdict of Officer Peter Liang, saying that he was a scapegoat because of his race.

- Bill Richardson Aids Effort to Free Student Held in North Korea

    > NYT > International by RICK GLADSTONE   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 02:53
The former New Mexico governor, who has helped negotiate the release of Americans imprisoned by Pyongyang, was assisting in the case of Otto Warmbier.

- Syria Truce Deal Makes Aid a Political Tool, Critics Say

    > NYT > International by SOMINI SENGUPTA   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 02:53
Access to aid is enshrined in international law. But in Syria, humanitarian groups say, it is used as leverage in battle and negotiations.

- Anxiety Rises in Mexico as the Peso Tumbles

    > NYT > International by ELISABETH MALKIN   - mis en cache le 13 February 2016 - 01:52
The Mexican currency has fallen more than 30 percent against the dollar over the past year, and past collapses have led to deep recessions.


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