Israel Politics Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's reforms would shake up how Israeli judges are selected.
Netanyahu softens focus of Israels judicial overhaul

After months of nationwide protests, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has softened the pace and focus of his plan to overhaul the judiciary.

China’s Xi in Russia to discuss Ukraine war with Putin

China’s President Xi Jinping has arrived in Moscow to meet with Vladimir Putin as both countries denounce an arrest warrant for the Russian president.

The good and the bad in the latest climate report

A snapshot of the good and bad news in the latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

French government narrowly survives no-confidence vote

A no confidence motion against the government of French President Emmanuel Macron has fallen nine votes short of the 287 needed in parliament for it to succeed.

US aid worker freed six years after kidnapping in Niger

US hostage Jeff Woodke has been released after more than six years in captivity in Africa, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says.

Yemen’s warring sides agree on prisoner exchange

The two sides in Yemen’s conflict say they have agreed to exchange about 880 detainees after talks in Switzerland facilitated by the United Nations.

South African marches demand Ramaphosas resignation

Protests have erupted in South African cities against the ANC government, over unemployment and severe power cuts.