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‘Lifeline’ of renewable energy can steer world out of climate crisis: Guterres
Greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rises, ocean heat levels and acidification, all set new records during 2021, while some glaciers reached the point of no return, according to the latest flagship report from the World Meteorologic...
Map: What will NATO look like with Finland and Sweden included?
Finland and Sweden have formally applied for membership of the 30-member military alliance.
New York Times wins 3 Pulitzer Prizes; Reuters wins for feature photography
The New York Times won three Pulitzer Prizes and was named as a finalist five more times on Monday, while its rival the Washington Post took the public service award and Reuters claimed the prize for feature photography.
UK to provide 1.3 billion pounds of further military support to Ukraine
Britain said it would provide a further 1.3 billion pounds ($1.60 billion) in military support and aid to Ukraine, making the pledge ahead of a planned video call on Sunday by Group of Seven leaders with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zel...
UK poised to hand further £1.3bn military package to Ukraine
Equipment will include anti-battery radar systems, plus GPS jamming and night-vision devices
A look at some of the world’s toughest abortion laws
New limits on abortion rights are being pursued in the US and other countries.
Afghanistan: Former army general vows new war against Taliban
An ex-general in the Afghan army says he and many other former soldiers and politicians are preparing to launch a new war against the Taliban.
"You're Gonna End Up In A Nuclear War!" Trump Discusses War in Ukraine
An EXCLUSIVE segment from Piers Morgan’s interview with Donald Trump where he discusses the possibility of nuclear war, how he would've kept Putin from invading Ukraine, the mishandling of Afghanistan and much more.
London Court declares investigative journalism is a crime, and orders Julian Assange's extradition to the US
A London Court decided that in the UK, investigative journalism is a crime of espionage, and has therefore approved an order for the Wikileaks' founder to face spying charges in the US for the US & UK war crimes he exposed. The British H...
As a Rwandan, I see what’s missing from the asylum debate: the voices of refugees themselves
Rwanda has a long tradition of hospitality. But many asylum seekers view this British plan with suspicion
Pope makes Easter plea for Ukraine peace, cites nuclear risk
On what is supposed to be Christianity’s most joyful day, Pope Francis made an anguished Easter Sunday plea for peace in the “senseless” war in Ukraine and in other armed conflicts raging in the world, and voiced worry about the risk of ...
UK Rwanda asylum plan against international law, says UN refugee agency
The UNHCR says the scheme to send some migrants to claim asylum in Rwanda is shifting responsibility. Leak shows that some of the money UK pay to Rwanda will be paid back to few British officials.
‘Unity and strength’: Why Finland and Sweden will join NATO
Russia’s invasion has changed the political discourse in Sweden and Finland about becoming members of the Western military alliance, analysts say.
WHO chief blames racism for greater focus on Ukraine than Ethiopia
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says world ‘is not treating the human race the same way’ amid Tigray crisis
The US froze Russia's assets because Russia invaded Ukraine.
The US has also frozen Afghanistan's assets because the US invaded Afghanistan.
The war that is changing relations, rules
Having pushed Ukraine into war, the US does not know how to save it. Having started it, Russia does not know where to end it. Having been pushed into the war, Ukraine does not know how to come out of it.
Ukraine war: Europe's new security era, faced with Russian threat
"Era defining", "new reality", "historic moment" - that's where we are right now in Europe. At least, that's what countless European politicians and commentators say, since Russian President Vladimir Putin began his invasion of Ukraine.
Russia cannot be constructive partner at G20 table says Canada’s dictator
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday that Russia cannot be a constructive partner in the G20, a group composed of most of the world's largest economies, because of its invasion of Ukraine. However, It’s not clear how t...
Lavrov on first China visit since Russian invasion of Ukraine
Russian foreign minister is in China – a key ally in Moscow’s war in Ukraine – for talks on Afghanistan.
What fantasies of a coup in Russia ignore
Let’s assume for a moment that Putin does fall. What happens next? Here are three scenarios
Trump Rally Tonight in Des Moines, IA, contained a militant speech that looked like it had been taken from Germany, 1939
The speech given by somebody in Donald Trump’s rally, in a style that leaves no room for imagination, included ridiculous claims like “America has never lost in a war”, while actually, America was defeated in the Vietnam War, lost in the...
The failed world order
Putin’s war in Ukraine has brutally exposed the flaws in Western security architecture.
Welcome to Britain … now what? Afghan families on their lives in limbo
As war in Ukraine creates millions of new refugees, many people airlifted to safety from Kabul last summer are still stuck in UK hotels. We spent six months following three families as they adjust to life in their new home
U.S. to welcome up to 100,000 Ukrainians fleeing war amid broader aid effort
The United States plans to accept up to 100,000 Ukrainians fleeing Russia's invasion and is pledging $1 billion in new humanitarian aid, the Biden administration said on Thursday after a month of bombardments touched off Europe's fastest...
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