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Should the West be ner­vous about Turkey’s close ties with Rus­sia?
Ankara and Moscow are shoring up their co­op­er­a­tion as Rus­sia faces iso­la­tion and sanc­tions.
17 Aug 2022
Ser­bia and Koso­vo set for talks in Brus­sels amid ten­sions
NATO chief calls for calm and says the or­gan­i­sa­tion’s peace­keep­ers were ready to in­ter­vene if nec­es­sary.
17 Aug 2022
Flori­da pros­e­cu­tor re­moved for abor­tion stance sues De­San­tis
The elect­ed pros­e­cu­tor has said that his re­moval from of­fice is a re­sult of his will­ing­ness to crit­i­cise De­San­tis.
17 Aug 2022
El Sal­vador ex­tends state of ex­cep­tion as ar­rests hit 50,000
Gov­ern­ment de­fends mea­sure as help­ing to dis­man­tle ‘ter­ror­ist struc­tures’ amid crit­i­cism from hu­man rights groups.
17 Aug 2022
OPINION
Afghanistan’s cri­sis start­ed well be­fore Au­gust 2021
I worked for Afghanistan’s gov­ern­ment. Now I recog­nise we, too, bear re­spon­si­bil­i­ty for the coun­try’s strug­gles.
Sami­ra Sayed-Rah­man
17 Aug 2022
Liz Ch­eney, Trump’s biggest Re­pub­li­can crit­ic, los­es Wyoming seat
Ch­eney los­es pri­ma­ry for midterm elec­tions, promis­es to do ‘what­ev­er it takes’ to stop Trump be­com­ing pres­i­dent again.
17 Aug 2022
‘Sur­vival at any cost’: Myan­mar gen­er­als move to ce­ment pow­er
Min Aung Hlaing fir­ing mil­i­tary chiefs, se­nior politi­cians and mov­ing against ty­coons amid chaos trig­gered by 2021 coup.
17 Aug 2022
Biden signs $740bn health, cli­mate, tax ‘In­fla­tion Re­duc­tion Act’
The sweep­ing leg­is­la­tion in­cludes the largest in­vest­ment to fight cli­mate change in US his­to­ry.
16 Aug 2022
Lula holds lead as Brazil’s elec­tion cam­paign of­fi­cial­ly be­gins
Po­larised pres­i­den­tial cam­paign kicks off with for­mer left-wing leader hold­ing 12-per­cent lead over Jair Bol­sonaro.
16 Aug 2022
Wyoming and Alas­ka votes test Trump pow­er, Ch­eney braces for loss
Liz Ch­eney, Sarah Palin are among those run­ning in Tues­day’s US pri­maries seen as con­tin­u­ing test of Trump’s in­flu­ence.
16 Aug 2022
EXPLAINER
Es­pi­onage, af­fi­davits, pass­ports: What’s new in US probe of Trump
FBI raid of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago es­tate has kicked off a po­lit­i­cal mael­strom and raised ques­tions over the 2024 elec­tion.
16 Aug 2022
OPINION
Root­ing for Kenya and Fer­rari: frus­trat­ing, but worth it
Both have a habit of let­ting sup­port­ers down. But as Kenya tries to move be­yond its lat­est elec­tion, there is hope.
Patrick Gath­ara
16 Aug 2022
Truss, Sunak set Chi­na in their sights amid UK lead­er­ship race
Con­ser­v­a­tive hope­fuls vy­ing to re­place Boris John­son as PM have pledged to con­front Bei­jing if elect­ed.
16 Aug 2022
EXPLAINER
Now that Ruto is Kenya’s pres­i­dent-elect, what hap­pens next?
Le­gal bat­tles and po­lit­i­cal in­trigue are ex­pect­ed in the com­ing days, now that William Ruto has won the Kenyan elec­tion.
16 Aug 2022
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