- WorldIgnoring Ukraine setbacks, Putin touts 'superior' Russian weapons exports, article with gallery
President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Russia was ready to sell advanced weapons to allies globally and cooperate in developing military technology, nearly six months into the Ukraine war in which his army has performed worse than expected.
- WorldKenya's Ruto declared president-elect in chaotic scenes
Kenya's elections chief declared Deputy President William Ruto the winner of a tight presidential race on Monday but some senior election officials disowned the result, fuelling fears of widespread violence like that seen after previous disputed polls.
- WorldSon of New Mexico murder suspect in area of killing -prosecutors, article with image
The son of the primary suspect in the killings of four Muslim men in New Mexico was in the area of an Aug. 5 murder at the time it took place based on cellphone data, federal prosecutors said on Monday.
- WorldIran says Rushdie and supporters to blame for attack
No one has the right to level accusations against Iran over Friday's attack on Salman Rushdie, for which he is to blame after denigrating the world's Muslims, the foreign ministry in Tehran said on Monday.
- Taliban mark year in power that has given Afghanistan security but little hope, article with videoWorld ·
August 15, 2022 · 3:21 PM UTC
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.
- AmericasBrazil economic activity much brisker than expected in June
Economic activity in Brazil rose more than expected in June, a central bank index showed on Monday, contributing to a second-quarter rally helped by a service sector rebound following the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.