Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is asking Britain, France, the United States and others to donate to an international fund to protect the Amazon rainforest, a bulwark against climate change, Lula advisers said on Tuesday.
Squelching through thick mud on Tuesday, Petro, a Ukrainian soldier dug in not far from Russian positions in the Donbas, recounted matter-of-factly how his unit had to use buckets to clear out water-logged trenches.
Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro will enter upcoming talks with the South American country's opposition in a strengthened position that could be bolstered further by a deal to release more than $3 billion in humanitarian funds, analysts said.
China's nuclear arsenal to more than triple by 2035: Pentagon
UK police arrest man over 2021 deaths of 27 migrants
China sent a spacecraft carrying three astronauts to its space station for the first in-orbit crew rotation in Chinese space history, launching operation of the second inhabited outpost in low-Earth orbit after the NASA-led International Space Station.
Britain summoned China's ambassador on Tuesday to raise the treatment of a British journalist whose employer, the BBC, said had been assaulted by Chinese police while he was covering a protest in Shanghai.
Christians now a minority in England and Wales
Macron courts Central Asian strongmen in quest for influence
The man had developed the habit of swallowing coins.
When 27-year-old Ariadna Lopez was found dead beside a highway in the central Mexican state of Morelos in October
The mummies were discovered at the Quweisna necropolis in Egypt.
World Cup pitch invader defends 'breaking the rules'
Western allies to help Ukraine brave winter of war
A man was killed and his friend was injured in a bus stop attack in Chulakana village in Panipat district, India.
Italy's ruling rightist parties are preparing to vote on allowing the government to continue sending weapons to Ukraine throughout 2023, a draft amendment and a parliamentary motion seen by Reuters showed on Tuesday.
Some animals died of exhaustion, hunger and thirst, according to animal rights groups.
Less than half of population is Christian: UK census