Mugabe Will Continue Living in Zimbabwe, Spokesman Says

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Robert Mugabe, the longtime leader of Zimbabwe who was ousted in a military intervention last week, will continue to live in the country with his wife,...

South Korea’s Leader Credits Trump for North Korea Talks

SEOUL, South Korea — President Moon Jae-in of South Korea warned on Wednesday that North Korea would face stiffer sanctions if it resumed weapons tests, while crediting President Trump...

Simultaneous Attacks Hit Burkina Faso, a Growing Target of Al Qaeda

Gunmen mounted simultaneous attacks on Friday morning in Burkina Faso against the military headquarters and the French Embassy, the governments of Burkina Faso and France said. There were unconfirmed reports...

C.I.A., Russia, F.C. Barcelona: Your Thursday Briefing

Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • C.I.A. goes into damage control. The agency is turning to the F.B.I. to investigate the disclosure of documents, released by WikiLeaks this week,...

China’s Answer to Tesla Is Hopeful Entrant to Global Car Market

BEIJING — ON a windswept lot near Beijing’s main airport, Lu Qun talks up the electric sports car he hopes will transform him into China’s Elon Musk. “This is a...

Somali Pirates Release Hijacked Tanker and Crew

MOGADISHU, Somalia — Somali pirates who seized an oil tanker earlier this week have released the ship and its crew without conditions, officials said late Thursday. The pirates left the...

Bright Lights, Big Shoulder Pads: A Timid Japan Recalls Its Bubble Era

TOKYO — Kaori Masukodera remembers, barely, riding as a child with her mother, her hair teased and her lips bright red, in the family’s convertible to the beach. It...

Huawei, Failing to Crack U.S. Market, Signals a Change in Tactics

SHANGHAI — For Huawei’s longstanding efforts to crack the United States market, it’s the end of an era. Last week, the Chinese telecom giant laid off five American employees, including...

Russia Threatens to Target U.S. Warplanes Over Syria

MOSCOW — Russia condemned on Monday the American military’s downing of a Syrian warplane and suspended the use of a military hotline that Washington and Moscow have used to...

Marina Sturdza, Romanian Princess and Humanitarian, Dies at 73

Marina Sturdza, who fled Romania as a 3-year-old princess and returned after its repressive Communist government was routed to become one of her country’s leading humanitarians, died on Sunday...