Month: April 2023


Dozens of Yemeni rebels fly from Saudi Arabia in prisoner swap

The flight takes off from the southern Saudi city of Abha, headed for Sanaa, with 120 Houthi rebel prisoners.

Leak suspect yearned to join US military but then regretted it

Teixeira, 21, was charged on Friday in US District Court in Boston with unauthorised removal of classified documents.

US intel leaks and the war in Ukraine

Washington does damage control after leak of classified documents reveals sensitive information about Ukraine war.

Heavy gunfire, blasts heard in Sudan’s capital Khartoum

Witnesses reported explosions and gunfire near a base held by the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.

Can the World Bank’s new president fix the institution?

World leaders are pushing for 'fundamental' reform of the World Bank to better tackle climate change.

Zaw Min Tun: Myanmar’s army is in power, but is it in control?

Myanmar's deputy information minister discusses military rule, anti-coup forces, and continuing ethnic conflict.

Japan PM unharmed after ‘smoke bomb’ at campaign event

Crowd at fishing harbour in western Japan scattered in panic after explosion as police subdued a man at the scene.

Pence booed at NRA meeting in US as he tries to outflank Trump

Republican presidential hopefuls are courting the US's powerful gun lobby even as mass shootings continue.

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 416

As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 416th day, we take a look at the main developments.

S Korea, Japan, US to deepen security ties amid N Korea threat

Allies condemn 'in the strongest terms' Pyongyang's latest weapons test, and urge end to 'destabilization'.