New York Times journalists are in the field in central and northern Iraq to assess the humanitarian impact of battles between the government and Islamic State fighters.
YANGON, Myanmar — U Ko Ni, a prominent human rights lawyer and a legal adviser to Myanmar’s leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, was fatally shot at Yangon International Airport on Sunday.
WASHINGTON — One American commando was killed and three others were injured in a fierce firefight overnight with Qaeda militants in central
BERLIN — Reflecting mounting European anger and astonishment at President Trump, several countries on Sunday rejected — sometimes in blunt terms — his ban on all refugees and the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries entering the United States.
Roger Federer has described his Australian Open triumph as a ‘fairytale’ after beating Rafael Nadal to complete an incredible comeback following six months out with injury.
ROMFORD, England — At the greyhound track in Romford the mood is tense. “Think big,” one racecourse employee breathes into my ear, referring not to life in general but to dog No.