T/europe

  1. Foot Soldiers in a Shadowy Battle Between Russia and the West Foreign, Yesterday

    Freelance agitators promote Russia’s agenda abroad, getting their backing from tycoons and others, not the state itself....

  2. The Coat of Arms Said ‘Integrity.’ Now It Says ‘Trump.’ Business, Yesterday

    The emblem used by the Trump Organization in the United States had to be changed in Britain, since it belongs to another family....

  3. Robert Pattinson Knows What You Think, but He Can Work With That Culture, Yesterday

    “Twilight” is in the rearview mirror, but he stands by the series even as he’s celebrated at Cannes for his turn as an inept bad guy in “Good Time.”...

  4. Merkel, After Discordant G-7 Meeting, Is Looking Past Trump Foreign, Yesterday

    After President Trump declined to endorse NATO’s doctrine of collective defense and the Paris climate pact, the German leader said Europe should “take our fate into our own hands.”...

  5. The Future of European Transit: Driverless and Utilitarian Business, Yesterday

    Across Europe, some fledgling driverless projects are focused on utilitarian self-driving vehicles for mass transit that barely exceed walking pace....

  6. Melania Trump, in Supporting Role, Shows Subdued Star Power on Trip Foreign, Yesterday

    Mrs. Trump’s travels with the president were something of a coming-out party, which may offer clues to what kind of first lady she could become....

  7. British Airways Flight Disruptions Persist for 2nd Day Foreign, Yesterday

    The airline’s chief executive apologized for the delays and ruined travel plans of thousands of people after a global technological glitch....

  8. Will Russia Stick to Promise to Cut Output With OPEC? Skepticism Abounds Foreign, Yesterday

    The Kremlin has a long history of trying to jawbone up global oil prices while doing as little as possible, or nothing, to curb output....

  9. Timeline Shows Manchester Bomber’s Family’s Deep Ties to Libya Foreign, May 27

    Salman Abedi, who killed 22 people in a terrorist attack, visited North Africa with his brother and father, who worked to overthrow Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.

  10. Trump Ends Trip Where He Started: At Odds With Allies and Grilled on Russia Foreign, May 27

    Despite intense lobbying by world leaders, Mr. Trump did not endorse the Paris climate accords on the last day of his trip abroad....

  11. ‘Forgive Me’: Manchester Bomber’s Tangled Path of Conflict and Rebellion Foreign, May 27

    The life of Salman Abedi, the bomber whose attack killed 22 people in Manchester this past week, was interwoven with the tortured recent past of Libya....

  12. System Failure at British Airways Shuts Down Flights Out of London Foreign, May 27

    The airline canceled flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London on Saturday after what it said was a “major I.T. failure” caused a global system shutdown....

  13. Trump’s Hand-to-Hand Combat Editorial, May 27

    An ex-president is blissful; the new one is truculent. Even our allies are avoiding Donald’s clutches....

  14. The G-7 Statement on the Paris Accords Interactive, May 27

    In the document addressing the climate pact and other topics, six nations reaffirmed their commitment to cutting planet-warming emissions....

  15. Italian Police Search for Terrorism Suspect Who Slipped Through Border Foreign, May 27

    A Tunisian man with German residency papers who appears in Italy’s database of terrorism suspects entered the country this past week with another man in a white Citroën with a German license plate....

  16. The G-7 Statement on the Paris Accords Interactive, May 27

    In the document addressing the climate pact and other topics, six nations reaffirmed their commitment to cutting planet-warming emissions.

  17. Mild in Mideast, Trump Is All Elbows in a Europe Eager to Jab Back Foreign, May 26

    The president played the statesman in the Middle East, but has switched to a familiar role, disrupter, as he joins the Group of 7 meeting, getting headlines like “Boor in Chief.”...

  18. My Life on the Ocean Wave Op Ed, May 26

    Sailing was a childhood obsession long lost to me. Or so I’d thought....

  19. World Leaders Increase Pressure on Trump to Stay in the Paris Accord Foreign, May 26

    Negotiators for America’s partners in the Group of 7 intensified pressure on the United States not to pull out of the 2015 climate agreement....

  20. Enes Kanter Scoffs at Report on Turkish Warrant Sports, May 27

    Kanter, a vocal critic of Turkey’s president, wrote on Twitter, “I will come on my own will anyway, to spit on your ugly, hateful faces.”...

  21. Trump Says NATO Allies Don’t Pay Their Share. Is That True? Foreign, May 26

    When the president suggests that many allies “owe massive amounts of money” to the alliance, he has a point, but he mischaracterizes the way it works....

  22. U.N. Offers Regret but No Compensation for Kosovo Poisoning Victims Foreign, May 26

    Roma families had sought compensation for deaths and disabilities caused by living for years in toxic refugee camps....

  23. Britain Says It Has ‘Large Part’ of Manchester Bomber’s Network Foreign, May 26

    The bomber may have assembled enough material for a second bomb, but with eight men in custody, officials said they were making progress....

  24. Why Britain Gets Angry When America Is Casual With Secrets Op Ed, May 26

    Leaks from the investigation into the Manchester bombing risk eroding the trust on which intelligence cooperation depends....

  25. Katie Hopkins, Conservative Provocateur, to Leave Radio Show After Tweet Foreign, May 26

    Ms. Hopkins, who worked at LBC, had demanded a “final solution” to the terrorism problem, a remark some interpreted as a call for genocide....

  26. Leaks: A Uniquely American Way of Annoying the Authorities Foreign, May 25

    Is there something particularly American about leaking? Some national allergy to protecting government secrets? Yes, in fact, there is....

  27. Did the Turkish President’s Security Detail Attack Protesters in Washington? What the Video Shows Interactive, May 26

    We reviewed videos and photos to track the actions of 24 men, including armed members of the Turkish president’s security detail, who attacked protesters in Washington....

  28. For Manchester, as for Its Libyans, a Test of Faith Foreign, May 25

    Monday night’s bombing was seen not just as an attack on a concert venue, but an attack on a city’s identity as a proudly multicultural capital....

  29. In Taormina, a Playground for the Jet Set, Trump’s Worlds Will Collide Foreign, May 25

    A police state during the Group of 7 summit meeting, the city maintains its reputation as a pleasure dome for reality TV stars, aging playboys and affluent Russians....

  30. The Way They Kill Now Op Ed, May 26

    The child killers of modern Europe have no armies, no tanks or cannons at their disposal....

  31. Trump and Obama Visited Europe. One Got a Warm Welcome. Foreign, May 25

    It was a coincidence of scheduling for the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, but the difference in the receptions of the former and current presidents was telling....

  32. U.K., in Mourning, Asks if Manchester Bomber Could Have Been Stopped Foreign, May 25

    The bomber, Salman Abedi, had raised such serious concerns that acquaintances called an antiterrorism hotline to report that he held extremist views....

  33. How Michael Flynn May Have Run Afoul of the Law National, May 25

    Mr. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, faces potential legal problems over money he made from foreign entities and what he has told investigators....

  34. How to Build a Fallout Shelter Magazine, May 26

    Don’t dig deeper than 10 feet. Make room for nine square feet per person....

  35. In NATO Speech, Trump Is Vague About Mutual Defense Pledge Foreign, May 25

    The president promised to “never forsake” allies but lectured NATO members on the need to pay what he said was their fair share of the alliance costs....

  36. The Bombing, the Crime Scene Photos and the Outcry Editorial, May 25

    The smoke had barely cleared from the Manchester attack before The New York Times ran forensic-evidence images. British officials were angry. So were readers....

  37. Trump Condemns ‘Alleged Leaks,’ After Complaints From Britain Foreign, May 25

    The reproach by Britain’s prime minister suggests a striking moment of discord between two longstanding allies that share intelligence....

  38. Trump Appears to Push Aside the Leader of Montenegro National, May 25

    World leaders were gathering for a “family photo” at a NATO summit in Brussels when Mr. Trump appeared to push his way to the front of the line....

  39. Did the Turkish President’s Security Detail Attack Protesters in Washington? What the Video Shows Interactive, May 26

    We reviewed videos and photos to track the actions of 24 men, including armed members of the Turkish president’s security detail, who attacked protesters in Washington.

  40. Britain Hopes for a New Chapter at the America’s Cup Sports, May 25

    Sir Ben Ainslie, an Olympic sailing champion who helped Oracle rally to an improbable win in 2013, is mounting a serious bid for Britain’s first Cup victory....

  41. Finding Songs Hidden in Britain’s Thankful Villages Weekend, May 25

    Darren Hayman released four albums with the indie band Hefner. Now he writes songs about the communities whose soldiers all returned home safely from World War I....

  42. The Second Biggest Fashion Show in Cannes Styles, May 25

    Philipp Plein brings his cruise show to his home on the Riviera, complete with Paris Hilton and crystal-embedded booty shorts....

  43. The Philipp Plein 2018 Cruise Collection Slideshow, May 25

    The show was held in Cannes, France, piggybacking on the glamour from the nearby film festival....

  44. Ex-Premier of Greece Is Hurt When Bomb Explodes in His Car Foreign, May 25

    There was no immediate claim of responsibility, and it was not clear whether the bombing was connected to parcel bombs that were sent from the country in March....

  45. The Philipp Plein 2018 Cruise Collection Slideshow, May 25

    The show was held in Cannes, France, piggybacking on the glamour from the nearby film festival.

  46. Rioja Grapples With How to Define Its Best Wines Dining, May 25

    Weighing aging wine versus terroir in a region of vast potential, where quality cannot be taken for granted....

  47. Basking Just Below Carte Blanche Insider, May 25

    The Times’s European culture correspondent finds covering the famed Cannes International Film Festival an exercise in sleep deprivation and absurdity....

  48. Outrage Over The Times’s Publication of the Manchester Bomb Photos Letters, May 25

    A British academic asks what public interest or informational need was served....

  49. Manchester Stands Together in Grief Video, May 25

    People gathered in St. Ann’s Square in central Manchester on Thursday to observe a minute of silence in remembrance of those killed on Monday in the terrorist attack....

  50. Highlights: In Brussels, Trump Scolds Allies on Cost-Sharing, and Stays Vague on Article 5 Foreign, May 25

    President Trump, in Belgium on the fourth leg of his overseas trip, met with NATO and European Union leaders. Analysts said expectations were low....

  51. Teenage Couple, Teacher and Officer Among 22 Killed in Manchester Bombing Foreign, May 25

    The police said that they were confident they had identified all 22 people who died in the attack, bringing a measure of closure after Britain’s worst terrorist attack since 2005....

  52. Then, a Vibrant Jewish Hub. Now, a Culinary Hotbed. Travel, May 25

    Ambitious chefs and independent entrepreneurs are flocking to the gritty Portobello neighborhood on the south side of Dublin....

  53. Found at the Scene in Manchester: Shrapnel, a Backpack and a Battery Interactive, May 24

    The Times got access to evidence photographed at the crime scene, and it suggests an improvised device made with forethought and care....

  54. The Latest on the Manchester Bombing Investigation Foreign, May 24

    Eight men were in custody as British investigators continued to seek a possible bomb maker who may have helped the Manchester bomber....

  55. Young Fans Express Support for Ariana Grande Video, May 25

    Fans of the American singer Ariana Grande who were caught up in the deadly attack at Manchester Arena drew strength from and voiced moral support for their pop idol in the immediate aftermath....

  56. Trump Is Expected to Endorse NATO’s Mutual Aid Pledge, Ending Silence Foreign, May 24

    President Trump said during the campaign that the U.S. would aid only allies who pulled their weight financially, but he may now drop that caveat....

  57. The Jihadi State of Mind Op Ed, May 24

    Without real prospects for social progress, modern nations will only become more vulnerable to random acts of violence by deranged misfits....

  58. They Went to Manchester Arena as Homeless Men. They Left as Heroes. Foreign, May 24

    Chris Parker and Stephen Jones scrambled to help after the blast, comforting victims and removing nails from wounded limbs....

  59. Fact Check: Manchester Bombing Rumors and Hoaxes Foreign, May 24

    Since the attack at an Ariana Grande concert, social media users have been spreading false information about missing children and the investigation....

  60. Police Raids Targeting Moscow Director Set Off Fears of a Crackdown Foreign, May 24

    Cultural leaders voiced their support for a renowned theater director after he was questioned as part of an embezzlement inquiry....

  61. Manchester Bombing Shifts Political Narrative as U.K. Election Looms Foreign, May 24

    Before the attack, Prime Minister Theresa May’s predicted glide to victory in the June 8 elections had run into trouble. Now the focus has changed to her benefit....

  62. Found at the Scene in Manchester: Shrapnel, a Backpack and a Battery Interactive, May 24

    The Times got access to evidence photographed at the crime scene, and it suggests an improvised device made with forethought and care.

  63. What Made Theresa May Run With the Pack Op Ed, May 24

    The prime minister’s surprising decision to back fox hunting is a sop to the Tory base.

  64. Aleppo After the Fall Magazine, May 24

    As the Syrian civil war turns in favor of the regime, a nation adjusts to a new reality — and a complicated new picture of the conflict emerges....

  65. Hunt for Manchester Bombing Accomplices Extends to Libya Foreign, May 24

    Developments indicated that the bomber, Salman Abedi, was part of a wider and more sophisticated plot than was initially believed....

  66. With Gift and in Conversation, Vatican Presses Trump on Climate Change Foreign, May 24

    Pope Francis gave President Trump a copy of his encyclical on preserving the environment. In a broader meeting, the Vatican’s secretary of state urged Mr. Trump not to pull out of the Paris accord....

  67. Manchester Bombing Victims Include at Least 7 Parents Foreign, May 24

    The attack, as young fans left a pop concert, killed 22 people, making it the deadliest act of terrorism in Britain since 2005....

  68. Highlights From Trump’s Meeting With the Pope Foreign, May 24

    President Trump spoke with Pope Francis about peace and aid for immigrants. He was also scheduled to meet the Italian president....

  69. How the Manchester Arena Attack Unfolded Interactive, May 23

    A look in and around the scene of the terror attack....

  70. Mondrian’s World: From Primary Colors to the Boogie Woogie Travel, May 24

    Exploring the touchstones of Piet Mondrian’s life, as Dutch cultural institutions celebrate the 100th anniversary of the art movement he helped found....

  71. When Terrorists Target Children Editorial, May 23

    The Manchester attack must be seen as an effort to stir vengeance so intense as to destroy cherished values....

  72. Inside the Svalbard Global Seed Vault Video, May 24

    The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, a safeguard of the world’s most important crops, flooded after permafrost surrounding the entrance thawed in Norway. Look inside in 360 degrees....

  73. Five Places to Go in Zagreb Travel, May 24

    A formerly bland residential neighborhood in the Croatian capital has been transformed into a creative hub filled with cafes, bookstores and shops....

  74. Manchester’s Resilience Op Ed, May 23

    Just as the musical heart of this city beats on, so will its people pull together....

  75. In Manchester, a Loud Bang, Silence, Then Screaming and Blood Foreign, May 23

    The explosion at a concert hall in northwestern England came as a joyful crowd full of parents and children streamed toward the exit....

  76. In the Bars of Berlin, Both the Drinks and Design Are Bracing Travel, May 24

    The city’s cocktail dens offer intriguing interiors — a chic retreat, a 19th-century villa — and menus that combine classics and recent inventions....

  77. European Leaders Hope to Win Trump’s Favor Foreign, May 24

    President Trump’s visit to Brussels is an opportunity for European Union members to try to sway his opinions their way....

  78. How the Manchester Arena Attack Unfolded Interactive, May 23

    A look in and around the scene of the terror attack.

  79. Trump Administration Is Split on Adding Troops in Afghanistan Foreign, May 23

    President Trump is weighing the wisdom of pouring more soldiers into a 16-year-old conflict, and is also expected to put NATO members on the spot over the issue.

  80. At Vigil After Manchester Attack: ‘We Stand Together’ Video, May 23

    People gathered in the streets in Manchester, England, on Tuesday to honor the victims of a terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert the day before....

  81. The Bombing at a Manchester Concert Letters, May 23

    Readers express shock and disbelief, but as one says, we should not react with hatred....

  82. Insidious Twist on Terror Attack Victims: Teens and Young Girls with Mothers in Tow Foreign, May 23

    Terrorism experts said the traumatizing effects on victims, which included many young girls, had been intended to grab the adult world’s attention....

  83. Kritik: Opernfreunde, pilgert nach München zum „Tannhäuser“ Culture, May 23

    Der brillante Kirill Petrenko leitet ein unvergleichliches Ensemble in Romeo Casteluccis neuer Wagnerinszenierung an der Bayerischen Staatsoper....

  84. Kendall Jenner, Mary J. Blige and Al Gore Party at Cannes Styles, May 23

    The stars turned out for Vanity Fair’s annual A-list gathering during the film festival....

  85. Howard Jacobson: Manchester, United in Grief and Kindness Op Ed, May 23

    This was an attack on the city’s very soul, its music and its youth. But terror’s spite only redoubles people’s common decency....

  86. Why ‘Mayism’ Really Is a Thing Op Ed, May 23

    Make no mistake, Theresa May proposes a radical repudiation of the Conservative Party’s Thatcherite inheritance....

  87. German Prosecutors Search Daimler Offices in Diesel Emissions Inquiry Business, May 23

    The company is one of several European automakers that have attracted the attention of regulators on both sides of the Atlantic over environmental standards....

  88. Theresa May on ‘The Spirit of Manchester and the Spirit of Britain’ Foreign, May 23

    The British prime minister’s remarks on the deadly bombing at Manchester Arena....

  89. Terror Alert in Britain Is Raised to Maximum as ISIS Claims Manchester Attack Foreign, May 23

    Britain’s prime minister put the nation on a “critical” level of alert on Tuesday and deployed the military to work with the police over fears that another terrorist attack was imminent....

  90. How the Manchester Bombing Compares to Recent Deadly Terror Attacks in Western Europe Interactive, May 23

    There have been at least a dozen deadly terror attacks in Western Europe since 2015....

  91. Smugglers Offer Luxury Passage for Migrants, if They Can Pay Foreign, May 23

    While thousands risk their lives on the Mediterranean, the authorities in Sicily have tallied 125 migrants arriving on yachts and sailboats this year....

  92. Manchester Attack Changes the Conversation for Trump’s Trip Foreign, May 23

    White House officials said the president’s schedule would proceed as planned, but his interactions with European leaders will be dominated by talk of security and responses to extremism....

  93. Ariana Grande Manchester Concert Ends in Explosion, Panic and Death Foreign, May 22

    Videos on social media showed concertgoers running and screaming. The police said a suicide bomber appeared to be responsible....

  94. The Latest: Britain Raises Threat Level to Critical After Manchester Attack Foreign, May 22

    At least 22 people were killed and dozens of others injured in a bombing after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. Salman Abedi, 22, was identified as the attacker....

  95. The Manchester Concert Bombing in Pictures Foreign, May 23

    The deadly blast at an arena in Manchester, England, happened just as an Ariana Grande concert was ending....

  96. Manchester Bombing: What We Know and Don’t Know Foreign, May 22

    Twenty-two people were killed and at least 59 people were wounded in an explosion around 10:35 p.m. at a concert in Manchester, England. The Islamic State claimed responsibility.

  97. At Cannes, the Glam and the Grim Mix Uneasily Culture, May 22

    Organizers held a moment of silence and canceled fireworks after the bombing in Manchester, England. But in other respects, the festival is carrying on as before....

  98. How the Manchester Bombing Compares to Recent Deadly Terror Attacks in Western Europe Interactive, May 23

    There have been at least a dozen deadly terror attacks in Western Europe since 2015.

  99. Turkey Chides U.S. Envoy Over Handling of Brawl at Washington Protest Foreign, May 22

    After a fracas between Turkish bodyguards and protesters in Washington last week, tit-for-tat diplomatic complaints were made about who had mistreated whom....

  100. Venice Biennale: Whose Reflection Do You See? Culture, May 22

    This tame exhibition fails to capture the realities of a world that has changed drastically in recent months....

  101. Panic After Terrorist Bombing at Ariana Grande Concert Video, May 22

    ISIS has claimed responsibility for the deadly explosion at an arena in Manchester, England, where the American pop singer Ariana Grande had been performing on Monday night....

  102. U.K. Conservatives Retreat After Backlash Over ‘Dementia Tax’ Foreign, May 22

    Prime Minister Theresa May stepped back from a proposal that would have capped the assets of those who receive long-term care at home....

  103. N.B.A. Player Enes Kanter Blames Erdogan for Detention in Romania Sports, May 22

    Kanter, a center for the Oklahoma City Thunder, was stuck at a Bucharest airport for hours because Turkey had canceled his travel documents....

  104. A Reunion for the Lundqvist Brothers, and a Gold for Team Sweden Sports, May 22

    Henrik and Joel Lundqvist, who had not played on the same team in 12 years, joined forces in the men’s hockey world championship....

  105. In Britain, Pippa Middleton Gets Married in Giles Deacon Slideshow, May 22

    The English designer only recently moved his focus into couture....

  106. In Britain, Pippa Middleton Gets Married in Giles Deacon Slideshow, May 22

    The English designer only recently moved his focus into couture.

  107. Anarchists Fill Services Void Left by Faltering Greek Governance Foreign, May 22

    Anarchist groups are taking matters into their own hands after years of austerity policies and a refugee crisis have undermined the Greek government....

  108. Erdogan Says He Will Extend His Sweeping Rule Over Turkey Foreign, May 21

    The Turkish president said a state of emergency would continue until the country achieved “welfare and peace.”...

  109. Pippa Middleton’s Wedding Dress: What Is the Story? Insider, May 21

    Two Times pieces ahead of the ceremony attracted scorn on social media, but were also widely popular. For the wedding itself, coverage involved a series of photographs....

  110. Billy Horschel Prevails in a Playoff to Win the Byron Nelson Sports, May 21

    Jason Day failed to sink a 4-foot par putt on the first playoff hole in Irving, Tex., giving Horschel his fourth victory on the PGA Tour....

  111. In Comeback, Pedro Sánchez Is Re-elected Leader of Spanish Socialists Foreign, May 21

    Despite his unexpectedly clear-cut victory, Mr. Sánchez faces an uphill struggle to revive a party that he led to two successive election defeats....

  112. Why Send Germany a Statue of Marx? The Chinese Have Some Ideas Foreign, May 21

    Is it to reinvigorate Communism in the state that birthed, then repudiated, the idea? Or just a chance to return defective goods? Online, it’s anyone’s guess....

  113. Swiss Voters Back Plan to Phase Out Nuclear Power Foreign, May 21

    The law, which was supported by 58 percent of voters in a binding referendum on Sunday, bans new nuclear plants and subsidizes renewable energy....

  114. Taliban Launch Rocket Attack and Kill at Least 20 Afghan Police Officers Foreign, May 21

    The attacks capped another bloody week in Afghanistan, during which a German woman and Afghan guard were killed and a Finnish national was kidnapped....

  115. Pippa Middleton Marries James Matthews in England Foreign, May 20

    The wedding was attended by members of the next generation of Britain’s royal family....

  116. President Trump’s Schedule for His First Foreign Trip Interactive, May 19

    The cities Mr. Trump will visit and what events are planned....

  117. Opening First Foreign Trip, Donald Trump Tries to Leave Crisis Behind Foreign, May 19

    Mr. Trump leaves as a newly appointed special counsel begins looking into any ties between Russia and the president’s campaign....

  118. The 2017 Pritzker-Winning Architecture Video, May 20

    For the first time, a group of three architects have won the Pritzker Prize, the profession’s highest honor. In Catalonia, explore the buildings designed by the winners....

  119. Raise a Glass to Pippa! Op Ed, May 19

    The toast we’re all hoping to hear at the not-quite-royal wedding....

  120. President Trump’s Schedule for His First Foreign Trip and What’s at Stake Interactive, May 19

    The cities Mr. Trump will visit and what events are planned.

  121. Italian in Europe’s Parliament Convicted of Defamation for Racial Insult Foreign, May 19

    Mario Borghezio, of the anti-immigration Northern League, was convicted of comments based on racial hatred against Cécile Kyenge, Italy’s first black minister....

  122. A Ukrainian Comes to Washington, Urging His Nation Not Be Forgotten Foreign, May 19

    A former prime minister is warning the administration that Russia intends to “set a fire to the whole house of the free world.” Ukraine, he says, should stay on the agenda....

  123. Daily Report: Europe Gets Tough on Facebook Business, May 19

    The European Union’s antitrust chief fined the social media company about $122 million for providing misleading statements in its WhatsApp acquisition....

  124. Mr. Macron’s Next Challenge: Governing Editorial, May 19

    His cabinet reflects the political realignment he’s brought. Now he must translate that into legislative power.

  125. Julian Assange Rape Inquiry Is Dropped but His Legal Problems Remain Daunting Foreign, May 19

    The decision does not mean that Mr. Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for five years, is in the clear....

  126. The Damage Mike Flynn Has Done to American Foreign Policy Op Ed, May 18

    Don’t believe allegations that he held up the war in Syria. But he has created international headaches....

  127. Cool Cruises Around Iceland Travel, May 19

    Glaciers, fjords, wildlife, lava and Reykjavik are on the itineraries this summer....

  128. In Copenhagen, New Nordic Meets Old Italian Travel, May 19

    At Restaurant Brace the produce and techniques of New Nordic cooking are applied to traditional Italian dishes and vice versa....

  129. In Video, Erdogan Watches as His Guards Clash With Protesters Foreign, May 18

    From his Mercedes, President Erdogan watched his supporters and security forces launch a brutal attack on protesters outside his envoy’s residence....

  130. Once Cryptic, ‘The Treatment’ Now Proves Trenchantly Funny Culture, May 19

    A London revival makes a strong case for Martin Crimp’s play, while versions of “Arturo Ui” and “Salomé” fall short....

  131. Turkey’s Mr. Erdogan Does Not Get His Way Editorial, May 18

    The authoritarian Turkish president wanted the United States to abandon the Syrian Kurds, and to extradite an exiled cleric....

  132. Cannes Rolls Out the Red Carpet (Now With Metal Detectors) Weekend, May 18

    The Cannes Film Festival celebrates its 70th year with glamour, movie stars and increased security....

  133. Marine Le Pen Says She’ll Run for a Seat in France’s Parliament Foreign, May 18

    Although she lost the presidential election, Ms. Le Pen said her far-right party, the National Front, had an “essential role” to play in France....

  134. 20 Are Convicted for Sexist and Racist Abuse of Dutch Politician Foreign, May 18

    Sylvana Simons said she became the target of online hate speech after announcing her candidacy for the pro-immigrant party Denk....

  135. Berlin Truck Attacker Had Been Flagged as a High-Level Drug Dealer Foreign, May 18

    The city’s police are accused of missing a chance to arrest Anis Amri weeks before he killed 12 people at a Christmas market, and of a cover-up....

  136. Trump’s Business Ties to Middle East Precede Him Investigative, May 18

    As President Trump heads to the region during his overseas trip, critics worry that his family’s interests and diplomatic interests may become entangled....

  137. Philadelphia Museum of Art Chooses Rachel Rose for New Commission Weekend, May 18

    Ms. Rose, an artist known for her video installations, is the inaugural recipient of the Future Fields Commission in Time-Based Media....

  138. The Dutch and Looted Art Letters, May 18

    A reader cites “a stain that will not go away.”...

  139. Running Free in Germany’s Outdoor Preschools T Style, May 18

    Without toys and largely unsupervised, children climb and cook and howl like wolves in the wilderness....

  140. A Homage to Italian Arte Povera, Along the Hudson Weekend, May 18

    In late June, Giorgio Spanu and Nancy Olnick will open their self-funded exhibition space Magazzino to display works from their large collection in Cold Spring, N.Y....

  141. Theresa May Buries Thatcherism in Play for U.K.’s Working-Class Votes Foreign, May 18

    In her new party platform, the prime minister takes aim at Labour voters in promising a strong “Brexit,” money for health care and help to those “just managing.”...

  142. Swedish Town Rejects Proposal to Grant Sex Leave to Workers Foreign, May 18

    The plan suggested by Per-Erik Muskos, a politician in the northern town of Overtornea, had drawn a mixture of astonishment, glee and derision....

  143. Trump Team Knew Flynn Was Under Investigation Before He Came to White House National, May 17

    Michael T. Flynn told the transition team weeks before the inauguration that he was under federal investigation for secretly working as a lobbyist for Turkey....

  144. E.U. Fines Facebook $122 Million Over Disclosures in WhatsApp Deal Business, May 18

    The penalty is one of the largest fines against the social network and comes amid growing scrutiny of how the company gathers users’ information....

  145. Ferrante Casting Call in Naples Lets Children Dream, if for a Day Foreign, May 18

    This was not just any call, but one for HBO’s adaptation of “My Brilliant Friend,” the first of the four smash-hit Neapolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante....

  146. 36 Hours in Biarritz Interactive, May 18

    Biarritz is back in style, with a recharged dining scene, Basque art galleries and boutiques where the emphasis is local....

  147. 36 Hours in Biarritz Interactive, May 18

    Biarritz is back in style, with a recharged dining scene, Basque art galleries and boutiques where the emphasis is local.

  148. Macron’s Cabinet Gives Glimpse of How He Plans to Govern France Foreign, May 17

    By appointing equal numbers of men and women, the new French president made a statement. But whether he will be able to enact much change depends on legislative elections....

  149. JAR’s Light in the Darkness Styles, May 18

    The reclusive jeweler Joel Arthur Rosenthal emerges to play a part in a new exhibition from the Vatican and the Jewish Museum in Rome....

  150. U.S. and E.U. Confer on Possible Laptop Ban on Trans-Atlantic Flights Foreign, May 17

    Terrorist groups, a senior Trump administration official said, were pursuing various innovations, including putting explosives in consumer devices....