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Philippe Naughton is a former foreign correspondent who works as a copy-editor for The Daily Beast.
Sultan al-Jaber’s appointment as director of COP28, hosted by the United Arab Emirates, had been blasted as inappropriate. It turns out the critics were right all along.
New Zealand was going to be the first country to introduce a lifetime ban on smoking, but new right-wing government says it needs the extra tax revenue.
A source cited by the AP said he was handed over to U.S. authorities in China.
Ukraine had said Admiral Viktor Sokolov died when his HQ was blown up in a missile strike.
Attorney-General accused of “shocking overreach” after warning editors their stories could prejudice any criminal trial.
The strike was confirmed by the Russian-appointed governor of Sevastopol.
It took just 24 hours for Azerbaijan to overpower Russia’s close ally Armenia and seize control of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh enclave.
The world’s richest man drew a rebuke from Taiwan’s foreign ministry just days after being called out by Ukrainian officials.