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2018-12-06T08:05:54.882Z
'A slow-motion catastrophe': on the road in Venezuela, 20 years after Chávez's rise The Guardian travels across the nation the late Hugo Chávez dreamed of transforming, to understand its collapse The latrines at Simón Bolívar international airport in Caracas overflow with urine; the taps are bone dry Photograph: Tom Phillips for the Guardian No life has been untouched and Guevara, 53, is no exception In February his wife, Glenda, set off overland for Peru with a group of 15 relatives Additional reporting Patricia Torres and Clavel Rangel
2018-12-06T07:49:34.591Z
Koreas to verify removal of border guard posts next week SEOUL--The two Koreas will exchange inspection teams across their heavily armed border next week to The dismantled or disarmed guard posts were located inside the 248-kilometer-long Demilitarized Zone, the strip of land that bisects the Korean Peninsula U.S.-led diplomacy on North Korea's nuclear program has produced little headway in recent months as skepticism grew over North Korea's vague commitment to nuclear disarmament
2018-12-06T07:31:20.596Z
Opinion | Renewed Hope for Peace in Yemen Representatives of the Yemeni government and the Houthi movement are sitting down to talk in Sweden and offering us hope for restarting the peace process in their country. More than three years of war have killed thousands, displaced more than 500,000, created the worst cholera epidemic and brought about 14 million Yemenis to the brink of starvation Thousands of families in Yemen, who have been waiting for their missing relatives, can finally expect to be reunited with their loved ones
2018-12-06T07:06:38.455Z
Photography_ forgotten history storyteller Lee Kyu-sang, founder and publisher of the Seoul-based independent photobook publisher Noonbit Publishing, poses with his arms wide in front of a paper board featuring the timeline of the publishing house's 30-year history at SPACE 22 in southern Seoul in November Some took photos of the poorest of the poor, the homeless and market vendors struggling to make ends meet in the post-Korean War years
2018-12-06T06:55:54.651Z
Factbox: U.N.-sponsored peace talks for Yemen The United Nations is renewing efforts to end the Yemen war under a peace plan t... - Suspended on May 1 by the Yemeni government after the Houthis capture a military base north of Sanaa - Suspended on May 17 by the Yemeni government, which demanded that the Houthis first commit to withdrawing from captured cities and handing over their arms Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2018-12-06T06:48:10.585Z
Putin probing Ukrainian sealanes, sovereignty United Kingdom Deputy Ambassador Jonathan Guy Allen stated sarcastically, Russia must not be allowed to re-write history, by changing the reality on the ground He is the author of Divided Dynamism: The Diplomacy of Separated Nations: Germany, Korea, China
2018-12-06T06:40:06.025Z
How a South Korean security law is becoming obsolete amid thaw with... In downtown Seoul, some 40 young South Koreans last month braved early winter ch... Moon, who as a presidential candidate said the law should be amended to prevent abuse by authorities, has cut staff at agencies tasked with enforcing it Pyongyang’s state media on Tuesday urged repeal of the unprecedented fascist, anti-reunification legislation Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2018-12-06T06:23:59.948Z
U.S. Moves to Defy Russia Through Navy Operation The planned military exercise risks escalating tensions in an already combative region. It's unclear whether the two operations would be part of a single strategy, as ships operating in those regions fall under different Navy headquarters There are rules of procedure that must be upheld, and the Americans, lovers of democracy and legitimacy, will definitely know that all corresponding prosecutorial and investigative activities will be carried out, he said
2018-12-06T06:11:44.304Z
Yemen's warring parties to convene for fragile peace talks in Sweden Yemen's warring parties convene in Sweden on Thursday for U.N.-led peace ta... The envoy is seeking agreement on reopening Sanaa airport, swapping prisoners and securing a truce in the Houthi-held port of Hodeidah, now a focus of the war This could lead to a wider ceasefire that would halt coalition air strikes blamed for the deaths of thousands of civilians and Houthi missile attacks on Saudi cities Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2018-12-06T05:41:28.283Z
Under fire: Nigeria’s struggles for control of the northeast Women in Gwoza have been waiting for supplemental nutritional aid to arrive © Mohammed Bukar The army’s Facebook page in recent days has been filled with posts touting successes in the fighting, accompanied by graphic images of dead militants According to the Pretoria-based Institute for Security Studies, since August Iswap attacks have been promoted on Isis messaging outlets 23 times compared with just four times in the first seven months of the year
2018-12-06T05:19:40.384Z
Lego And 'Sesame Street' Unite With $100M Project To Benefit Refugee Children Lego and 'Sesame Street' unite with $100 million project to benefit refugee children. The children in the Rohingya community, she adds, are incredibly nimble and adept These children live in horrendous, deplorable and dangerous conditions that lack shelter, water and food This can help mitigate the detrimental, long-term effects of displacement and trauma, ultimately giving a generation of refugee children a path forward
2018-12-06T05:13:22.500Z
Delivering Emergency Relief Amidst Violence In South Sudan UNICEF and partners use rapid response teams to deliver emergency supplies and aid to conflict-affected areas of South Sudan. Reports that more than 150 women and girls have sought treatment for rape and other acts of sexual abuse in the past 12 days near Bentiu, the second-largest city in South Sudan, underscore the brutality of the conflict and the extent to which civilians have been targetted in the fighting
2018-12-06T05:13:21.276Z
‘Kill them’: Duterte loses patience with ‘useless fools’ at Catholic Church Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is letting everyone know he's had enough with the Catholic Church's opposition to his policies, deriding its leaders as "useless fools" who worship a "stupid" god. Duterte, like 90 percent of Filipinos, was raised Catholic, and he clarified in a later speech to government officials that he is no atheist but merely believes in a different deity than the Catholics – one who has a lot of common sense instead of the stupid God who built original sin into a perfect creation
2018-12-06T04:44:22.730Z
Huawei Responds To CFO's Arrest In Canada For Extradition To The U.S. Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou is facing extradition to the U.S. after she was arrested in Vancouver, Canada, on Saturday. Meng, who is the daughter of Huawei’s founder Ren Zhengfei, holds the positions of CFO and deputy chairman at the company. The arrest is thought to stem from violations of U.S. sanctions, according to various reports Founded by Ren in 1987, Huawei has grown to become the world’s largest provider of telecom equipment, and the world’s No. 2 seller of smartphones The company reported that is total revenue for 2017 jumped 29% to reach $92.5 billion, and just over half of that was earned inside its domestic market
2018-12-06T04:17:58.359Z