2 men missing in floods in northwest Turkey
Heavy rains affecting six provinces, caused rivers to overflow and bridges to collapse on Monday. Authorities evacuated stranded locals and said a potentially deadly disaster was averted because residents followed meteorological warnings.
Explainer: Nato holds summit with gaze on Russia — and China
Russia is Nato's dominant issue and main adversary, and the Madrid summit will be dominated by how to support Ukraine and bolster defenses along the bloc's eastern borders, where countries from Romania to the Baltic states worry they may be next in Russian President Vladimir Putin’s sights.
Japan tells millions to save electricity as record heat wave strains power supply
Japan is asking some 37 million people living in and around Tokyo to use less electricity and ration air conditioning even amid a record heat wave that has seen temperatures in some parts of the country pass 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).
Regrettable that still no agreement on Constitutional basis for holding elections in Libya: India
International: Counsellor in India’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations said at the Security Council briefing and consultations on Libya that New Delhi notes with concern that the progress seen after the signing of the Ceasefire Agreement is not only in danger of coming to a halt, but there are also indications of risk of backsliding.
'Australian PM warns China to learn from Putin’s mistakes'
When asked what message the Chinese government should take from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, particularly for its ambitions toward Taiwan, Australian PM Anthony Albanese said the war “had shown attempts to impose change by force on a sovereign country meet resistance.”
North Korea on alert for downpour damages amid Covid crisis
North Korea said Tuesday it is making all-out efforts to prevent potential damages caused by heavy rains this week that outside observers worry could aggravate the country’s economic hardships amid its Covid-19 outbreak.