Tag: Power

Erdogan Amassed Power in Turkey. He Could Still Lose This Election.

ISTANBUL, Turkey — As President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey approaches the toughest election of his career on Sunday, he has marshaled many of the resources of the state to tilt the playing field to his advantage. Mr. Erdogan, who has come to increasingly dominate the country over the past two decades, tapped the Treasury […]

Power Outage Sweeps Pakistan, Dropping Millions Into Darkness

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Millions of Pakistanis lost electricity Monday as major power outage swept across the country, the longest in recent years and a breakdown that put the focus back on the country’s battered and poorly maintained power grid. Pakistan has been plagued by frequent outages and blackouts in recent years, and the latest to […]

Biden and Kishida to Bolster U.S.-Japan Alliance Amid China’s Growing Power

WASHINGTON — As their nations grapple with growing challenges from China, President Biden and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan are meeting on Friday to discuss how to transform Japan into a military power and bolster the alliance between the two nations as the linchpin for maintaining their security interests in Asia. Mr. Kishida is […]

Kyiv Workers Find Their Way Online Even as Ukraine Faces Power Outages

KYIV, Ukraine — Artem Kudria lounged on a blue beanbag chair, his laptop plugged in, hoodie up and his feet — clad in orange socks — stretched out in front of him. He was hard at work as a designer for a technology company. But this wasn’t his living room or even an office lounge […]

Storm Batters Canada, Leaving Thousands Without Power

Every province and territory in Canada issued an emergency weather warning on Saturday, as winter storms left thousands without power, grounded hundreds of flights and caused the pileup of dozens of cars on a highway in Ontario. Even Canadians accustomed to the cold and the vagaries of Arctic weather systems found themselves contending with a […]

Congress Votes to Expand U.S. Power to Prosecute International War Crimes

WASHINGTON — Congress gave final approval on Thursday to a bill to expand the U.S. government’s power to prosecute international war crimes suspects who are in the United States, allowing them to be tried in a federal court regardless of the nationality of the victim or the perpetrator, or where the crime was committed. Experts […]

Russian Shelling Cuts Power to Kherson as Lavrov Defends Strikes: Live Updates

Waiting at a food stand operating on a generator in a darkened city after a wave of Russian missile strikes on energy facilities across Ukraine last week.Credit…Brendan Hoffman for The New York Times As Ukrainian officials warned that Moscow was preparing to launch yet another wave of missile strikes aimed at destroying the nation’s energy […]

Ukraine Says Nuclear Power Plants Are Back Online: Live Updates

An oil tanker in Novorossiysk, Russia, last month.Credit…Associated Press Diplomats from the European Union did not agree Thursday on final details of a policy to help limit Russia’s revenue from oil, after a setback the day before to efforts led by the United States and Ukraine’s allies to curb the flow of cash financing Russia’s […]

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