@nytimesworld - Twitter Profile Analysis

Analysis of 200 tweets by New York Times World, from 09 Jan 2022 to 15 Jan 2022.

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New York Times World

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Global news from The New York Times Lee en español: https://t.co/le10ZtxEIP 阅读中文新闻简报: https://t.co/IIyOdYzPgn Lisez en français: https://t.co/ooipOXGX3T

280,023 tweets
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33 tweets per day
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796 following
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Top Tweets by @nytimesworld

New York Times World
Why is Prince Andrew in trouble? What does his situation mean for the royal family? Here’s what you need to know. https://t.co/hjR0b193gr
15 Jan, 2022 - 06:16 PM UTC
New York Times World
Many who lived through Lebanon’s civil war wonder how their adult lives would be better if their childhoods had been different. “I could have been a better person, a stronger person, maybe wiser, with less fear,” said one survivor who still fears the dark. https://t.co/Ra1LuivmlH
15 Jan, 2022 - 06:06 PM UTC
New York Times World
Critics say the new internet gateway in Cambodia will deepen the clash over the future of the web and whether it is controlled by authoritarian states or free to use by all citizens. https://t.co/wZa1PH4Xd6
15 Jan, 2022 - 05:06 PM UTC
New York Times World
Eleven months after the coup in Myanmar, the military appears so desperate for cash that its soldiers have begun acting as debt collectors. https://t.co/BrcMJaSG9E
15 Jan, 2022 - 04:06 PM UTC
New York Times World
The most likely source of a gas explosion in Wheatley, Ontario, are two 19th-century gas wells under the town’s center. But the threat of another explosion has slowed the investigation, frustrating those left out of their homes, writes @ianrausten https://t.co/EzDqhKD5eg
15 Jan, 2022 - 03:11 PM UTC
New York Times World
A four-foot tsunami wave was reported to have hit Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa, on Saturday, sending people rushing to higher ground. https://t.co/LLhULkadsv
15 Jan, 2022 - 02:50 PM UTC
New York Times World
For the generation who grew up in Beirut during the civil war, emotional minefields can surround the most mundane activities even 32 years later. “I don’t do well in romantic settings,” said a 40-year-old survvor. “Candles give me anxiety.” https://t.co/HP96r5ywfj
15 Jan, 2022 - 02:18 PM UTC
New York Times World
Government surveillance is already robust in Cambodia. But critics say a new law will make it easier for the authorities to monitor digital content and that recent arrests are meant to intimidate citizens into self-censorship. https://t.co/vS0VzIMvtU
15 Jan, 2022 - 01:31 PM UTC
New York Times World
Teachers and students in the Philippine capital are being placed on what officials describe as a weeklong “health break” to recover from Covid or care for loved ones infected with the virus. https://t.co/A1nJ03LLzS
15 Jan, 2022 - 12:39 PM UTC
New York Times World
More than 60 people in Cuba have been put on trial this week for protesting last year. Some face up to 30 years in prison. https://t.co/KSJZ18cPlh
15 Jan, 2022 - 11:29 AM UTC
New York Times World
When the European Film Academy gave Jasmila Zbanic the award of best director and selected “Quo Vadis, Aida?” as Europe’s best film, why didn’t Bosnian officials celebrate? “I was disobedient. I was not making the narrative they were expecting,” she said. https://t.co/T4QT9aG9pd
15 Jan, 2022 - 10:02 AM UTC
New York Times World
A trial in Zimbabwe of a freelance reporter for The New York Times has been adjourned until next month. So far, however, the trial has only accentuated weaknesses in the government’s case, which accuses Mr. Moyo of fabricating accreditation documents. https://t.co/dyNBiT8d6D
15 Jan, 2022 - 09:03 AM UTC
New York Times World
In response to U.S. calls to crack down on criminal hacker groups, Russia says it has shut down REvil, a notorious ransomware operation. https://t.co/dChbf28NRl
15 Jan, 2022 - 07:04 AM UTC
New York Times World
The Dutch royal family will stop using a horse-drawn golden coach dating from the 19th-century that has long drawn criticism for its painted panels glorifying the Netherlands’ history of colonialism. https://t.co/jwH3k49fUx
15 Jan, 2022 - 05:37 AM UTC
New York Times World
Michael Parks, foreign correspondent and one-time editor of The Los Angeles Times, has died at 78. He covered the war in Vietnam, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of apartheid in South Africa. Obit by @kseelye https://t.co/SNLtR8rSs0
15 Jan, 2022 - 04:10 AM UTC

Top Retweets by @nytimesworld

Damien Cave
More analysis from me on the Djokovic affair after today's cancellation of his visa. It's moved beyond a battle over vaccination or health. Now it's about what pandemics perhaps end up being about: right and wrong; judgment and exclusion. https://t.co/MGMlOCRAW9
14 Jan, 2022 - 11:55 AM UTC
suhasini raj
“The verdict is a big, big shock for us,” Father Vattoly said. “But we will continue the fight against the notorious system of the church, which throws its weight behind perpetrators of injustice like Franco Mulakkal.” https://t.co/x5q47KUwkB
14 Jan, 2022 - 10:15 AM UTC
Shashank Bengali
It's Friday night in Australia, and Novak Djokovic doesn't have a visa (again). Follow the latest in this saga from NYT reporters in Melbourne, Sydney, Belgrade and all other points in the tennis firmament. https://t.co/XIXQY6FUod
14 Jan, 2022 - 09:57 AM UTC
Constant Méheut
Nearly 80,000 of teachers, other school personnel and parents took to the streets on Thursday to protest shifting, confusing Covid-19 rules in classrooms. It was one of France’s biggest school protests in decades. https://t.co/4ZW3o70Cmw
14 Jan, 2022 - 09:01 AM UTC
Christopher Clarey 🇺🇸 🇫🇷 🇪🇸
Our live briefing on Australian government's decision to revoke No. 1 Novak Djokovic's visa a second time, which could carry a three-year ban from the country https://t.co/h6qqxJunqf
14 Jan, 2022 - 07:21 AM UTC
Michael Slackman
Sorry, World: Famous Apologies by High-Profile Figures https://t.co/UwmIR3TrAU
13 Jan, 2022 - 01:54 PM UTC
Ben 😷 Hubbard
Why was a former Syrian official tried in Germany? Partly because of its own WW2 history, Germany has put effort into prosecuting crimes against humanity, even those committed far from its borders. @kbennhold https://t.co/Nb3F2qq5AE
13 Jan, 2022 - 11:11 AM UTC
Shashank Bengali
A watershed moment for survivors of the Syrian war: A German court convicted a former security officer of crimes against humanity for overseeing torture at a detention center in Damascus. Follow live updates from @NYTBen @kbennhold and the NYT team: https://t.co/MZReH5Q0ZT
13 Jan, 2022 - 09:56 AM UTC
Ben 😷 Hubbard
Today, a court in Germany will announce the verdict in a landmark Syria war crimes case and your friendly neighborhood NYT reporters have you covered. Live updates to follow as the verdict and sentence are announced. @kbennhold @CFSchuetze @hwaida_saad https://t.co/8LMPd4IXUo
13 Jan, 2022 - 08:57 AM UTC
Amy Qin
More than 20 million people are in lockdown in China, as officials race to put out outbreaks just 3 wks before the Olympics begin. “If they can pull this off w/o causing any major outbreaks, it'd be another gold medal that China would be happy to claim." https://t.co/s5gUfecnYc
12 Jan, 2022 - 10:48 AM UTC
Keith Bradsher
Holding the Winter Olympics during a pandemic was always going to be a challenge. With Omicron, it will be even more difficult. @amyyqin https://t.co/xZtk0sHmeD
12 Jan, 2022 - 10:01 AM UTC
Anton Troianovski
Follow our live coverage led by @StevenErlanger in Brussels of today's Russia-NATO talks: https://t.co/l1PjBBVetN
12 Jan, 2022 - 09:57 AM UTC
Anton Troianovski
Distilling this week’s talks to perhaps their fundamental unknown: even his diplomats cannot be certain whether Putin is prepared to launch a new war or what concessions would satisfy him. https://t.co/iWiR0MC7TK
11 Jan, 2022 - 10:27 PM UTC
Farnaz Fassihi
He was a renowned poet. A documentary filmmaker. A prisoner. Baktash Abtin died of covid in custody. https://t.co/UCqxvEp0C3
11 Jan, 2022 - 08:12 PM UTC
Matina Stevis-Gridneff
From @Pontifex to the @Europarl_EN interns, David Sassoli's death caused a groundswell of mourning. A presenter on Italian state TV had to be replaced as she couldn't stop crying mid-broadcast. Our @nytimes obituary with @MonikaPronczuk https://t.co/t1sqka56Vt
11 Jan, 2022 - 07:55 PM UTC



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