New York Times World (@nytimesworld )

New York Times World

Bio World news from The New York Times. Follow our journalists here: bit.ly/1pHrbd6
Location New York, London, Hong Kong
Tweets 260,7K
Followers 2,0M
Following 911
Account created 22-03-2007 13:59:49
ID 1877831

SocialFlow : The removal of the statue of Felix Dzerzhinsky, the ruthless founder of the Soviet secret police, was inspiring at the time. Nearly 30 years later, Russia is ruled by a former K.G.B. officer and Dzerzhinsky's bust sits outside Moscow police headquarters. nyti.ms/3iG1AEY

SocialFlow : The bodies of 180 men have been found strewn around the town of Djibo in Burkina Faso in the past eight months, a new report from Human Rights Watch said. Residents say they think the military is to blame. nyti.ms/38yt3nk

SocialFlow : About six years ago, 43 students disappeared in Mexico. Now the remains of one of them has been found -- the first sign of progress in a case that traumatized the country and served as a reminder of the impunity that reigns there.  nyti.ms/301kain

SocialFlow : Britain imposed a moratorium on arms sales to Saudi Arabia out of fear they could be used in human rights violations in Yemen. Now it says those violations were isolated incidents.  nyti.ms/3faNmcR

SocialFlow : While the restrictions have focused on travelers from the U.S. rather than all American citizens, the sense of passport privilege long felt by those with the eagle- emblazoned navy booklet is dwindling. nyti.ms/3f8FBEf

SocialFlow : The removal of the statue of Felix Dzerzhinsky, the ruthless founder of the Soviet secret police, was inspiring at the time. Nearly 30 years later, Russia is ruled by a former K.G.B. officer and Dzerzhinsky's bust sits outside Moscow police headquarters. nyti.ms/3e4Bhop

SocialFlow : The identification of one student’s remains is the first sign of progress in years in a case that traumatized Mexico and became a symbol of corruption in the justice system and the impunity, and injustice, that often results. nyti.ms/2O1n8xH

SocialFlow : Brazil's president, Jair Bolsonaro, has tested positive for Covid. More than 65,000 Brazilians have died of the disease. nyti.ms/3iHfpCL

SocialFlow : Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed he won’t attend a meeting in Washington this week with President Trump and President López Obrador of Mexico. The meeting was meant to celebrate the official start of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. nyti.ms/2ZN9HGX

SocialFlow : Americans can't go to E.U. countries this summer, but there are some destinations letting U.S. citizens in, including the Maldives. We've got the list. nyti.ms/3fbgil1

SocialFlow : The Iraqi security analyst had enemies among the Sunni extremists in the Islamic State and in the Shiite militias. It was unclear who killed him. nyti.ms/2O5BPQm

SocialFlow : With its decision to resume arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the British government is sending mixed signals about its concern for human rights, critics say.  nyti.ms/3gCdX2K

SocialFlow : Google’s Loon balloons have started beaming internet signals to Kenya, the first commercial deployment of the technology anywhere in the world nyti.ms/31S2R5J

SocialFlow : Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will meet in the White House this week with President Trump, and said he plans to praise the administration for its “respectful treatment” of Mexicans. nyti.ms/3e4lE0d

SocialFlow : Ivan Safronov, a Russian space official, was accused of working for the intelligence service of an unspecified NATO country, passing on “classified information about military-technical cooperation, defense and the security of the Russian Federation.” nyti.ms/3e6ULIQ

SocialFlow : Brazil's president, Jair Bolsonaro, has tested positive for Covid. More than 65,000 Brazilians have died of the disease.  nyti.ms/3f9cO2z

SocialFlow : Looming legal fights could determine whether Hong Kong falls behind China’s digital Iron Curtain or becomes a hybrid where online speech and communications are selectively policed nyti.ms/2O3iJtW

SocialFlow : Britain added individuals from Russia, Saudi Arabia and Myanmar to a blacklist, along with 2 North Korean organizations nyti.ms/2AAqowH