Zelensky Pleads to Congress for More Ukraine Aid: “Your Money is Not Charity”

"We have artillery, yes, thank you. Is it enough? Honestly, not really," he said.

Vladimir Putin Cancels Annual News Conference Amid Setbacks in Ukraine

Putin has held the hours-long news conference every year he has been president since 2005.

Bolsonaro Supporters Attack Brazil Police Headquarters Amid Clashes

Bolsonaro rallied his supporters on Friday in his first public statement in 40 days.

Chinese Government-Linked Hackers Stole $20 Million in Covid Relief Aid

The scope of pandemic fraud is far larger than previously reported.

Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against Saudi Crown Prince Over Khashoggi Killing After Biden Intervention

The Biden administration said MBS is immune while in office.

Drone Strikes Hit Inside Russia for Second Straight Day After Ukraine Launched New Attack

Ukraine strikes deep inside Russia with Soviet-era drones.

China Cracks Down Amid Rare Mass Protests Over Covid Restrictions

Security forces descended ahead of planned protests on Monday.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Challenges Election Loss, Calls For Results to Be “Invalidated”

The complaint alleges "malfunctions" with certain voting machines and calls for those votes to be thrown out.

European Lawmakers Vote to Declare Russia a State Sponsor of Terrorism

The US meanwhile has resisted adding Russia to its state sponsor of terrorism list.

Biden Administration Pushes Immunity for MBS Over Jamal Khashoggi Murder

The State Department says Saudi Crown prince should be immune from federal lawsuit from Khashoggi's fiance.

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