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Hungary Severs Aid to Ukraine
Budapest is willing to anger the EU and NATO if it means closer ties with Russia.
Biden Boosts Pacific Diplomacy
But countering China’s growing regional clout is proving to be an uphill battle.
Zelensky Pleads With Washington for More War Aid
But right-wing pushback could kill Ukraine’s weapons wish list before it leaves the U.S. Congress’s floor.
Azerbaijan Clinches Cease-Fire With Armenian Separatists in Nagorno-Karabakh
Reintegration talks are slated for Thursday, but locals fear the violence may be far from over.
Day One on the U.N. General Assembly Floor
World leaders took the podium to call for greater collaboration amid global fragmentation.
U.S.-Iran Secure Key Prisoner Swap
As Washington unfreezes $6 billion in Iranian assets, a new sanctions package against Tehran is unveiled.
Zelensky Announces Surprise White House Visit After U.N. General Assembly
Ukraine’s president hopes to elicit greater foreign military aid and push his peace plan forward.
A Rare North Korea-Russia Summit on Satellites, Arms Deals
Military trade talks came amid Pyongyang’s first missile test with Kim Jong Un out of the country.
Mass Flooding Submerges Libya in Disaster
Poor governance and weak infrastructure magnified Storm Daniel’s impact.
Algeria Cracks Open Diplomatic Ties to Assist Morocco
Rabat’s deadly earthquake could be the catalyst needed to reboot Algerian-Moroccan relations.
Spanish Soccer Chief Luis Rubiales Charged With Sexual Assault
The accusations coincide with a women’s league union strike demanding more equal pay.
Biden Seeks to Woo Global South Away From China at G-20
The U.S. president hopes to present developing nations with an alternative to Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative.