- Drone Attacks Hit Russia for 2nd Straight Dayby The New York Times on 6th December 2022 at 1:36 pm
A blast at a Russian airfield came a day after Ukraine used drones to target two military bases deep inside Russia, demonstrating a willingness to bring the conflict closer to […]
- In New Law, Indonesia Criminalizes Sex Outside of Marriageby Sui-Lee Wee on 6th December 2022 at 12:50 pm
Parliament approved laws that criminalize sex outside of marriage, criticism of the government and protesting without a permit, among other offenses.
- China’s Xi Emphasizes Unity at Jiang Zemin’s Funeralby Chris Buckley on 6th December 2022 at 12:02 pm
Paying tribute to President Jiang Zemin, China’s leader, Xi Jinping, urged the nation to rally around himself, a week after protests tested his authority.
- A Clash of Rightsby German Lopez on 6th December 2022 at 11:39 am
The Supreme Court will decide a case over gay rights and free speech.
- Exiled Russian TV Station’s Reference to Troops Causes Fury in Latviaby Anatoly Kurmanaev on 6th December 2022 at 10:44 am
A news host’s comment about helping troops prompted the Latvian authorities to revoke the license of TV Rain, a major independent outlet, putting a focus on the public role of […]
- Argentina’s Most Powerful Politician Faces a Verdict in Corruption Trialby Ana Lankes and Natalie Alcoba on 6th December 2022 at 10:00 am
If found guilty, the country’s vice-president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, could face 12 years in prison for steering public works contracts to a family friend.
- Global Car Supply Chains Entangled With Abuses in Xinjiang, Report Saysby Ana Swanson on 6th December 2022 at 10:00 am
A new report on the auto industry cites extensive links to Xinjiang, where the U.S. government now presumes goods are made with forced labor.
- Putin Inspects Crimean Bridge Damaged By Explosionby Matthew Mpoke Bigg and Ivan Nechepurenko on 6th December 2022 at 9:59 am
When the bridge opened in 2018, it was a powerful symbol of the connection the Kremlin was attempting to forge between Russia and Crimea, a Ukrainian region illegally annexed by […]
- Putin Signs Law Banning Expressions of LGBTQ Identity in Russiaby Emma Bubola on 6th December 2022 at 9:21 am
The law makes it illegal to spread “propaganda” about “nontraditional sexual relations” in all media, including social, advertising and movies.
- Peru’s President Pedro Castillo Faces Impeachment Attemptby Mitra Taj and Genevieve Glatsky on 6th December 2022 at 5:24 am
The president of Peru, Pedro Castillo, faces a third impeachment attempt in Congress, the latest crisis for the leader who rose to power promising to address the country’s […]
- Your Tuesday Briefingby Whet Moser on 6th December 2022 at 4:38 am
Ukraine strikes military bases deep in Russia.
- Her Baby Needs Heart Surgery. But She Is Demanding ‘Unvaccinated’ Blood.by Emanuel Stoakes on 6th December 2022 at 2:22 am
New Zealand’s health service is seeking to take temporary custody of a critically ill infant so it can perform a lifesaving operation.
- In Liberated Ukrainian City of Kherson, Ecstasy Gives Way to Despairby Jeffrey Gettleman on 6th December 2022 at 1:59 am
Kherson has been whipsawed by occupation, liberation and now dread. It’s a lonely place. And cold.
- Ukraine Drones Target Military Bases Deep in Russia, Showing Expanded Reachby Andrew E. Kramer, Michael Schwirtz and Marc Santora on 6th December 2022 at 1:26 am
Launching drones at air bases 300 miles from its own territory, Ukraine changed the geography of the war. It said it had developed drones with a range of over 600 miles.
- ‘Important Step’ Toward Addressing Toxic Legacy of Huge Mineby Yan Zhuang on 6th December 2022 at 1:07 am
Residents of Papua New Guinea have accused the mining company Rio Tinto of violating their human rights by despoiling the land where they live.
- Cyril Ramaphosa Unlikely to Face Impeachment in South Africaby John Eligon on 5th December 2022 at 11:29 pm
Leaders of the governing African National Congress said they opposed holding an impeachment hearing for President Cyril Ramaphosa over a scandal involving cash stolen from a couch […]
- What to Know About Iran’s Morality Policeby Cora Engelbrecht and Farnaz Fassihi on 5th December 2022 at 11:05 pm
The unit responsible for enforcing the country’s strict Islamic dress code for women has been shut down, a concession to protesters. But the hijab law remains in place.
- EU Embargo of Russian Oil and G7’s Price Cap Take Effectby Stanley Reed on 5th December 2022 at 10:40 pm
An immediate impact on oil supplies in Europe was not expected, partly because the embargo has been in the works for months.
- China Protests Raise Hopes of Activists Abroadby Tiffany May and John Liu on 5th December 2022 at 8:42 pm
People opposing Beijing over issues like Hong Kong, Taiwan or the persecution of Uyghurs see the moment as an opportunity to find common cause.
- Russia’s Economy Is Threatened by War and Sanctionsby Valerie Hopkins and Anatoly Kurmanaev on 5th December 2022 at 7:27 pm
While Russia’s economy has not collapsed, an exodus of Western companies is eroding hard-won progress, and experts say the worst may be yet to come.
- Despite Sanctions, Russian Cruise Missiles Were Made Recentlyby John Ismay on 5th December 2022 at 7:02 pm
Weapons investigators in Kyiv found that at least one Russian Kh-101 cruise missile used in widespread attacks there on Nov. 23 had been made no earlier than October.
- Iran Has Abolished Morality Police, Official Suggests, After Months of Protestsby Vivian Yee and Farnaz Fassihi on 5th December 2022 at 5:21 pm
The move, which the government did not confirm, might be a concession to the protest movement that erupted after the death of a young woman in the custody of the morality police.
- Brussels Terrorist Attack Trial Opens, Reviving Painful Memoriesby Monika Pronczuk on 5th December 2022 at 5:09 pm
The proceedings against 10 men linked to the 2016 bombings at an airport and a subway station are the largest ever organized in Belgium and are expected to last up to eight months.
- Photos: Indonesia’s Mount Semeru Erupts, Displacing Nearly 2,000by The New York Times on 5th December 2022 at 2:46 pm
When the volcano erupted late last year, more than 50 people were killed, and hundreds more were injured.
- Sudan Military and Pro-Democracy Coalition Sign Peace Dealby Abdi Latif Dahir on 5th December 2022 at 1:44 pm
The agreement, which was boycotted by some political forces, comes more than a year after a coup that scuttled the country’s transition to democratic rule.
- China Stems Wave of Protest, but Ripples of Resistance Remainby Chang Che, Chris Buckley, Amy Chang Chien and Joy Dong on 5th December 2022 at 1:32 pm
Students, residents, lawyers and workers are still challenging the country’s Covid-19 restrictions, even though the intensity of the political chants has been dialed back.
- The End of a Presidential Launchpadby Peter Baker on 5th December 2022 at 11:49 am
Democrats stripped Iowa of its first-in-the-nation status.
- He returned a dazed soldier to the Russians. Ukraine calls it treason.by Jeffrey Gettleman and Finbarr O’Reilly on 5th December 2022 at 10:40 am
- Omega X Members Say Their K-pop Agency Mistreated Themby John Yoon and Mike Ives on 5th December 2022 at 9:32 am
A public dispute between band members and the head of their agency has revived concerns about whether South Korean entertainment agencies exploit young musicians.
- Skyrocketing Prices in Turkey Hurt Families and Tarnish Erdoganby Ben Hubbard on 5th December 2022 at 9:09 am
Annual inflation is around its highest level in decades, devaluing salaries and devouring savings less than a year before President Recep Tayyip Erdogan runs for re-election.