James Mcauley The Washington Post


'James Mcauley The Washington Post' - 14 News Result(s)

  • In Barcelona, Five Minutes Of 'Pure Panic' And 'Absolute Terror'

    In Barcelona, Five Minutes Of 'Pure Panic' And 'Absolute Terror'

    It was another mellow summer afternoon on a world-renowned boulevard, a site of teeming crowds and bustling cafes. Then there was a flash of white.

  • Spanish Probe Points To Wider Network In Attacks; American Among Dead

    Spanish Probe Points To Wider Network In Attacks; American Among Dead

    Spain was seized Friday with the realization that it had incubated a large-scale terrorist plot, as authorities across Europe engaged in a manhunt following the deadliest attacks to strike the country in more than a decade: two vehicle assaults in Barcelona and a Catalan coastal town.

  • Hot, Still, Silent: Paris Is A Ghost Town In August

    Hot, Still, Silent: Paris Is A Ghost Town In August

    At certain hours of the day, traffic slows to a trickle on Paris's grand Haussmannian boulevards. Handwritten signs in the windows of neighborhood bistros and boulangeries ask you - usually politely - to come back in September.

  • 'Thank You, Dear Donald': Why Emmanuel Macron Invited Trump To France

    'Thank You, Dear Donald': Why Emmanuel Macron Invited Trump To France

    "France is America's first and oldest ally. A lot of people don't know that," he said. "It was a long time ago, but we are together. And I think together, perhaps, more so than ever. The relationship is very good."

  • A Political Boy Wonder, Emmanuel Macron Is France's Youngest Leader Since Napoleon Bonaparte

    A Political Boy Wonder, Emmanuel Macron Is France's Youngest Leader Since Napoleon Bonaparte

    Three years ago, hardly anyone knew his name.

  • ISIS Claims Attack On French Police That Left 1 Dead, 2 Wounded

    ISIS Claims Attack On French Police That Left 1 Dead, 2 Wounded

    A gunman opened fire on French police Thursday on Paris' best-known boulevard, killing one officer and wounding two others before being fatally shot himself in an incident that raised the specter of renewed terrorism just three days before voters go to the polls to elect a new president.

  • Italian Town Known For Its Pasta Dish 'Is No More' After Earthquake

    Italian Town Known For Its Pasta Dish 'Is No More' After Earthquake

    The town of Amatrice -- one of the areas hit by a strong earthquake early Wednesday that killed at least 73 people across Italy -- is known for more than the picturesque tranquility of the Italian countryside.

  • Attacker In Nice Is Said To Have Radicalised 'Very Rapidly'

    Attacker In Nice Is Said To Have Radicalised 'Very Rapidly'

    The Islamic State on Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack that killed 84 in this coastal French city, according to the organization's news agency, as France's top cop announced for the first time that investigators think the attacker had been "radicalized."

  • ISIS Claims Responsibility For France Attack In Nice

    ISIS Claims Responsibility For France Attack In Nice

    The Islamic State on Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack that killed 84 in this coastal French city, the organization's news agency said Saturday, as French prosecutors took four more people into custody in connection with the attack.

  • France Declared War On Prostitution, Not On Prostitutes

    France Declared War On Prostitution, Not On Prostitutes

    After more than two years of slow-simmering social drama, the French Parliament passed a bill Wednesday that makes it illegal to pay for sex in France. Prostitution, however, remains legal: The point of the bill is to discourage the practice by penalizing clients instead of prostitutes.

  • In A Divided Nation, Muslims Say They're More Belgian Than Ever

    In A Divided Nation, Muslims Say They're More Belgian Than Ever

    In a country where wearing a headscarf or having an Arab-sounding name can often spell joblessness and suspicion, many Belgian Muslims are doubling down on national spirit even as they fear renewed discrimination from their fellow citizens.

  • Brussels On High Alert After Explosions At Airport, Metro Station

    Brussels On High Alert After Explosions At Airport, Metro Station

    More than a dozen people were killed and many others injured after apparently coordinated explosions rocked Brussels' airport and a metro station Tuesday, raising fears that attackers carried out retaliatory strikes after the arrest of a key suspect in last year's Paris massacre.

  • Europe's Harsh New Message To Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

    Europe's Harsh New Message To Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

    A senior European Union official carried a stark warning Thursday to the front lines of the migrant crisis, telling those seeking to flee poverty and unrest that Europe is no longer the answer, even as nearly 1 million migrants have now poured into Europe in the past year.

  • France May Pass A Law Allowing People To Ignore Work Emails At Home

    France May Pass A Law Allowing People To Ignore Work Emails At Home

    Liberty, equality, fraternity - and now, the "right to disconnect."

'James Mcauley The Washington Post' - 14 News Result(s)

  • In Barcelona, Five Minutes Of 'Pure Panic' And 'Absolute Terror'

    In Barcelona, Five Minutes Of 'Pure Panic' And 'Absolute Terror'

    It was another mellow summer afternoon on a world-renowned boulevard, a site of teeming crowds and bustling cafes. Then there was a flash of white.

  • Spanish Probe Points To Wider Network In Attacks; American Among Dead

    Spanish Probe Points To Wider Network In Attacks; American Among Dead

    Spain was seized Friday with the realization that it had incubated a large-scale terrorist plot, as authorities across Europe engaged in a manhunt following the deadliest attacks to strike the country in more than a decade: two vehicle assaults in Barcelona and a Catalan coastal town.

  • Hot, Still, Silent: Paris Is A Ghost Town In August

    Hot, Still, Silent: Paris Is A Ghost Town In August

    At certain hours of the day, traffic slows to a trickle on Paris's grand Haussmannian boulevards. Handwritten signs in the windows of neighborhood bistros and boulangeries ask you - usually politely - to come back in September.

  • 'Thank You, Dear Donald': Why Emmanuel Macron Invited Trump To France

    'Thank You, Dear Donald': Why Emmanuel Macron Invited Trump To France

    "France is America's first and oldest ally. A lot of people don't know that," he said. "It was a long time ago, but we are together. And I think together, perhaps, more so than ever. The relationship is very good."

  • A Political Boy Wonder, Emmanuel Macron Is France's Youngest Leader Since Napoleon Bonaparte

    A Political Boy Wonder, Emmanuel Macron Is France's Youngest Leader Since Napoleon Bonaparte

    Three years ago, hardly anyone knew his name.

  • ISIS Claims Attack On French Police That Left 1 Dead, 2 Wounded

    ISIS Claims Attack On French Police That Left 1 Dead, 2 Wounded

    A gunman opened fire on French police Thursday on Paris' best-known boulevard, killing one officer and wounding two others before being fatally shot himself in an incident that raised the specter of renewed terrorism just three days before voters go to the polls to elect a new president.

  • Italian Town Known For Its Pasta Dish 'Is No More' After Earthquake

    Italian Town Known For Its Pasta Dish 'Is No More' After Earthquake

    The town of Amatrice -- one of the areas hit by a strong earthquake early Wednesday that killed at least 73 people across Italy -- is known for more than the picturesque tranquility of the Italian countryside.

  • Attacker In Nice Is Said To Have Radicalised 'Very Rapidly'

    Attacker In Nice Is Said To Have Radicalised 'Very Rapidly'

    The Islamic State on Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack that killed 84 in this coastal French city, according to the organization's news agency, as France's top cop announced for the first time that investigators think the attacker had been "radicalized."

  • ISIS Claims Responsibility For France Attack In Nice

    ISIS Claims Responsibility For France Attack In Nice

    The Islamic State on Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack that killed 84 in this coastal French city, the organization's news agency said Saturday, as French prosecutors took four more people into custody in connection with the attack.

  • France Declared War On Prostitution, Not On Prostitutes

    France Declared War On Prostitution, Not On Prostitutes

    After more than two years of slow-simmering social drama, the French Parliament passed a bill Wednesday that makes it illegal to pay for sex in France. Prostitution, however, remains legal: The point of the bill is to discourage the practice by penalizing clients instead of prostitutes.

  • In A Divided Nation, Muslims Say They're More Belgian Than Ever

    In A Divided Nation, Muslims Say They're More Belgian Than Ever

    In a country where wearing a headscarf or having an Arab-sounding name can often spell joblessness and suspicion, many Belgian Muslims are doubling down on national spirit even as they fear renewed discrimination from their fellow citizens.

  • Brussels On High Alert After Explosions At Airport, Metro Station

    Brussels On High Alert After Explosions At Airport, Metro Station

    More than a dozen people were killed and many others injured after apparently coordinated explosions rocked Brussels' airport and a metro station Tuesday, raising fears that attackers carried out retaliatory strikes after the arrest of a key suspect in last year's Paris massacre.

  • Europe's Harsh New Message To Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

    Europe's Harsh New Message To Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

    A senior European Union official carried a stark warning Thursday to the front lines of the migrant crisis, telling those seeking to flee poverty and unrest that Europe is no longer the answer, even as nearly 1 million migrants have now poured into Europe in the past year.

  • France May Pass A Law Allowing People To Ignore Work Emails At Home

    France May Pass A Law Allowing People To Ignore Work Emails At Home

    Liberty, equality, fraternity - and now, the "right to disconnect."

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