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home : national/world : new york times January 25, 2015

Yemeni Parliament Cancels Meeting on President’s Resignation
The cancellation of the meeting extended the political deadlock and exacerbated tensions in the streets of the capital, Sana.... More >>

Obama Lands in India, With Aim of Improving Ties
During his three-day trip, President Obama will try to forge agreements with India on climate change and nuclear cooperation.... More >>

Joe Franklin, Local Talk Show Pioneer, Dies at 88
Mr. Franklin, one of local television’s most enduring personalities, was on the air in New York from 1951 to 1993 as the host of a compellingly low-rent parade of has-beens and yet-to-bes.... More >>

Prepping for 2016, a Gathering of Republicans in Iowa Leans Hard to the Right
The more centrist potential nominees for the party, such as Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney, were barely represented at Saturday’s forum.... More >>

Meant to Keep Malaria Out, Mosquito Nets Are Used to Haul Fish In
The nets, with holes smaller than mosquitoes, trap much more than traditional fishing nets do and could wipe out stressed fish populations in Africa.... More >>

Video Appears to Show Decapitated Body of a Japanese Hostage of ISIS
Japan’s prime minister on Sunday condemned the apparent killing by the Islamic State of the hostage as an “outrageous and unforgivable act of violence,” and demanded the immediate release of a second hostage.... More >>

Belgium Confronts the Jihadist Danger Within
The thwarted terrorist operation highlighted the dangers posed by a well-developed underground pipeline that has made Belgium the biggest per capita contributor in Europe of fighters to Syria.... More >>

N.F.L. Roundup: Belichick Offers Details on Footballs and Again Denies Wrongdoing
The N.F.L. is investigating why the footballs used by the Patriots in their victory in the A.F.C. championship game were insufficiently inflated.... More >>

Obama to Request Research Funding for Treatments Tailored to Patients’ DNA
President Obama’s budget will seek hundreds of millions of dollars for “personalized medicine,” a proposal that is expected to receive bipartisan support in Congress.... More >>

Republican Governors Buck Party Line on Raising Taxes
There are proposals for raising the sales tax in Michigan, a tax on e-cigarettes in Utah and gas taxes in South Carolina and South Dakota, to name a few.... More >>

Atlanta Airport Reopens After No Bombs Are Found on Threatened Planes
The authorities found no explosives on the Delta and Southwest planes targeted in posts on Twitter, a scare that led the military to scramble fighter jets.... More >>

North Korea’s Forbidden Love? Smuggled, Illegal Soap Operas
Despite a crackdown on smugglers, South Korean soap operas are sneaking visions of a comfortable lifestyle into North Korea, causing some to defect.... More >>

As Vatican Revisits Divorce, Many Catholics Long for Acceptance
Pope Francis has begun a debate about the church’s treatment of divorced Catholics, and in October, a group of bishops will decide whether to recommend changes to him.... More >>

Belichick on Deflated Balls: 'We Try to Do Everything Right'
Saying his team "followed every rule to the letter," New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick described in detail how his team prepares its footballs on game day and defended his players from chatter that they made it to the Super Bowl by cheating.... More >>

FBI: No Bombs Found on Planes in Atlanta After Threat
Law enforcement officials found no bombs on two planes at Atlanta's main airport after authorities received what they considered credible threats, FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett said.... More >>

Snubbed by U.S. and Europe, Kremlin Looks to Asia at Davos
Russian businessmen said privately that their meetings this year were almost exclusively with Chinese, Indian and Middle East partners or potential investors.... More >>

European Soccer Clubs Take Breaks, Heading to Warmer Climates to Train
Soccer teams throughout Europe keep their players sharp by heading for training camps in warmer climates when their leagues shut down for winter breaks.... More >>

After Long Legal Fight, Inquest Is Set to Begin in Death of Putin Critic
Hearings will start this week in London on the 2006 death of Alexander V. Litvinenko, a former K.G.B. officer in self-exile, who accused President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia of ordering his murder.... More >>

Despite a Crackdown, Use of Illegal Drugs in China Continues Unabated
For all the reported successes of China’s constantly expanding antidrug campaigns, the police appear to be winning few significant victories in what the authorities have called a “people’s war.”... More >>

Queens Father Killed 3 and Himself, Police Say
Jonathon Walker fatally shot his 7-year-old daughter, her mother and her grandmother and then killed himself, authorities said. His 12-year-old daughter was also wounded.... More >>

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