How Taliban may run Afghanistan after US troops withdraw
As President Biden sets to formally announce the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, CNN's Nick Paton Walsh takes a look at Musa Qala -- a Taliban stronghold-- which gives a glimpse of what life could be like after the US troops leave.
UN rights chief fears Myanmar heading to 'full blown conflict' with echoes of Syria
The United Nations high commissioner for human rights, Michelle Bachelet, has warned Myanmar is heading toward a "full blown conflict" with "clear echoes" of Syria in 2011, unless the international community steps in to stop the violence.
New Zealand bill would require banks to disclose climate risks, in a world first
New Zealand is set to consider legislation that would require banks, insurers and asset managers to disclose the impacts of climate change on their businesses as the country tries to slash its carbon emissions.
42 migrants dead after boat from Yemen capsizes off Djibouti coast
At least 42 migrants have died after a boat they were travelling in from Yemen capsized off the coast of Djibouti, East Africa, during the early hours of Monday morning, the United Nations' International Office for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday.
WHO calls for 'reality check' as global Covid-19 cases surge for seventh week
The World Health Organization has warned that the world needs a "reality check" on the state of the pandemic, as countries abandon restrictions despite four weeks of rising deaths and seven weeks of rising cases globally.
Espionage and interference within Canada hits Cold War levels, intelligence agency says
Foreign spying and interference in Canada last year hit levels not seen since the Cold War, in part because of vulnerabilities caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the main Canadian spy agency said on Monday,
Fox has no problem with Tucker Carlson's 'replacement theory' remarks, says Lachlan Murdoch
Fox Corporation chief executive Lachlan Murdoch dismissed the Anti-Defamation League's demand that the company fire host Tucker Carlson, telling the organization in a letter that his company saw no problem with comments Carlson made about the racist "great replacement" theory.