Belarusian Olympic runner who feared going home lands in Vienna
Sports/Olympics/Summer Sports/Track and Field/Track: Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who said a feud with team officials made her feel she could not safely return home, arrived in Austria on Wednesday, part of a journey that could see her settle in Europe to avoid reprisals from her authoritarian government.
Pope resumes public audiences a month after major surgery
Pope Francis resumed his routine of holding weekly audiences with the general public a month after he underwent bowel surgery, and during the much-awaited appearance Wednesday he recalled the anniversary of the devastating Beirut port explosion and expressed the desire to visit Lebanon.
Pakistan criticises India for refusing permission to five foreign journalists to visit PoK
International: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry and National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf in separate tweets alleged that free speech and independent journalism was shrinking in India.
Man in his 20s becomes one of Australia's youngest Covid-19 deaths
The unnamed man in his 20s, who had no underlying health issues and was unvaccinated, died at his home, authorities said. It was unclear if the Sydney man had the Delta coronavirus variant but most of the latest cases in New South Wales have been that type.