- WorldUkraine calls on world to 'show strength' after shelling near nuclear plant, article with gallery
Ukraine called for new sanctions on Russia and highlighted the consequences of catastrophe at Europe's biggest nuclear plant, where fresh shelling nearby has renewed a blame game between both sides.
- LegalU.S. Justice Dept opposes revealing evidence supporting search of Trump's home
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday said it opposes unsealing the affidavit that prosecutors used to obtain a federal judge's approval to search former President Donald Trump's Florida home, where they seized classified documents.
- INSIGHTCaste in California: Tech giants confront ancient Indian hierarchy, article with gallery
America's tech giants are taking a modern-day crash course in India's ancient caste system.
- WorldIran says Rushdie and supporters to blame for attack
Iran's foreign ministry said on Monday that no one had the right to level accusations against Tehran over Friday's attack on Salman Rushdie, and only he and his supporters were worthy of reproach and condemnation for denigrating the world's Muslims.
- Taliban mark year in power that has given Afghanistan security but little hope, article with videoWorld ·
August 15, 2022
The Taliban and their supporters waved the group's black and white flag on the streets of Afghanistan on Monday to celebrate a year since they marched into the capital and took power after a stunning series of battlefield victories.
- Australia's PM says predecessor 'undermined democracy' with secret minister roles, article with imageAsia Pacific ·
August 16, 2022 · 2:10 AM UTC· undefined ago
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said his predecessor Scott Morrison had "undermined our democracy" by secretly appointing himself minister for home affairs and treasury during the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to the health, finance and resources portfolios previously revealed.