FOXNews : world
27  novembre     20h08
Afghan prime minister defends Taliban’s rule amid crisis
Bryan Llenas    Afghanistan’s Taliban prime minister defended the group’s rule in a public address Saturday, saying it was not to blame for a worsening economic crisis and is working to repair the corruption of the ousted government
Father-son Afghan refugees reunite in NYC after five years apart, with help from Fox
Audrey Conklin    A famous Afghan musician has been reunited with his son in New York City after Fox Corp. helped his family evacuate Afghanistan following a Taliban threat made against them.
WHO skips over Greek letters ’nu’ and ’xi,’ names new variant ’omicron’
Peter Aitken    WHO confirmed it skipped the Greek letters nu and xi in naming its new COVID-19 variant, which it dubbed the omicron variant.
26  novembre     23h56
Will flight restrictions help as new virus variant emerges?
Peter Aitken    A new coronavirus variant identified in South Africa is leading to a new round of travel restrictions just as many had finally begun to ease.
Iranian police crack down as protests over dry river turn violent
Caitlin McFall    Protests in Iran turned violent as police cracked down on thousands of people who turned out to demand the revival of a river the government diverted to factories.
France, Britain spiral into crisis in wake of migrant deaths
Caitlin McFall    The already fractious relationship between France and Britain spiralled further downward into anger and incomprehension Friday, with the two erstwhile European partners at loggerheads about how to stop migrants from embarking on dangerous crossings of the English Channel that killed at least 27...
Chinese media applauds Interpol appointment, dismisses international concern over ’Operation Fox Hunt’
Peter Aitken    Beijing state-backed media celebrated the appointment of a top Chinese public security official to Interpol’s executive committee despite widespread international concern over China’s potential abuse of the global policing organization.
NATO chief warns Russia against invading Ukraine
   NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned Russia Friday that any attempt to invade Ukraine would have costs, as concern mounts about a Russian military buildup near its former Soviet neighbor’s borders.
Violence in Solomon Islands recedes despite the government showing no signs it will address the problems
   Violence receded Friday in the capital of the Solomon Islands, but the government showed no signs of addressing the underlying grievances that sparked two days of riots, including concerns about the country’s increasing links with China.
UK experiences new normal amid pandemic while neighboring countries see COVID surges
   The bars are shut in Vienna, and the Christmas market is empty in Munich, as several European nations tighten up or even lock down to combat a spike in coronavirus infections.
25  novembre     09h26
Coal mine fire in Russia’s Siberia kills 11, dozens trapped
   A fire at a coal mine in Russia’s Siberia killed 11 people and injured more than 40 others on Thursday, with dozens of others still trapped, authorities said.
24  novembre     22h09
Thirty-one migrants perish trying to cross Channel to Britain
   Thirty-one people, including five women and a little girl, died on Wednesday after their rubber boat capsized while crossing the English Channel from France to Britain, in the worst disaster on record involving migrants in the waters separating the countries.
Ethiopia prime minister throws himself on front lines as civil war escalates
   Ethiopia’s prime minister has thrown himself onto the front lines as violence nears the capital city of Addis Ababa, the government announced Wednesday.
Sweden’s first female prime minister Magdalena Andersson resigns after a few hours
   Hours after being tapped as Sweden’s prime minister, Magdalena Andersson resigned Wednesday after suffering a budget defeat in parliament and coalition partner the Greens left the two-party minority government.
New Russian module blasts off into space
   A Russian rocket blasted off successfully on Wednesday to deliver a new docking module to the International Space Station.
Putin reveals he took experimental COVID nasal vaccine
   President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday he has taken an experimental nasal vaccine against the coronavirus, three days after he received his booster shot.
China, Russia bolster ties to counter US as tensions rise
   China and Russia have bolstered their defense ties in a move to counter what they claim is a growing military threat from the U.S.
Germany: Parties reach deal to form new government coalition that ends Merkel era
   Three German parties have reached a deal to form a new government that will end the era of longtime Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to Olaf Scholz, who is poised to replace her.
Chinese official claims tennis star’s case ’maliciously hyped up’
   A Chinese official slammed Western media and organizations for maliciously hyping tennis star Peng Shuai’s situation in a rare comment by Beijing on the matter.
Man who became bargaining chip in US-China talks finally home after 4 long years
   Daniel Hsu, a U.S. citizen, fought for four years to escape China.