Pope, Archbishop to meet victims of war in South Sudan

The Pope’s “pilgrimage of peace” to South Sudan with leaders of the Anglican and Reformed traditions is the first of its kind in Christian history.

POLESTAR 2 The Polestar2 has adopted a sleek and minimalist approach to design and layout.
Volvo stablemate takes early pole position in EV race

Offering an admirable range, with spunky Scandinavian style and an online showroom, Polestar makes a strong case in the electric vehicle market.

Tens of thousands of Israelis protest against justice reform plans

Tens of thousands of Israelis braved heavy rain on Saturday for a fifth week of protests against judicial reform plans by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new government that critics say threaten democratic checks on ministers by the courts.

Indonesia ASEAN Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi says Indonesia will host negotiations on the stalled code of conduct.
ASEAN chair Indonesia to drive talks on South China Sea

ASEAN chair Indonesia plans to step up negotiations to finalise a code of conduct to help tackle territorial and maritime disputes in the South China Sea.

Florida Bolsonaro Brazil Brazil's right-wing former president Jair Bolsonaro has spoken to supporters at an event in Florida.
Bolsonaro ponders Brazil poll defeat from Trump hotel

Former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has spoken to hundreds of supporters at a property owned by former United States president Donald Trump.

China’s ‘deeper trust’ with Russia after envoy’s visit

A visit to Russia by China’s Vice Foreign Minister Ma Zhaoxu has underlined the two countries strategic partnership, announced a year ago.

US Alaska A skull found in Alaska in 1997 has now been traced to a New York man who went hunting there.
Skull found in Alaska suspected ‘bear-mauling victim’

Alaskan authorities say a skull found in 1997 has been been identified as belonging to a hunter, suspected to have died after being mauled by a bear.