Outages could last days after shootings at substations | World News

Two power substations in a North Carolina county were damaged by gunfire in what is being investigated as a criminal act, causing damage that could take days to repair and leaving tens of thousands of people without electricity, authorities said Sunday. In response to ongoing outages, which began just after 7 p.m. Saturday across Moore … Read more

US plans end to mpox public health emergency in January | World News

The federal government plans to end in January the public health emergency it declared earlier this year after an outbreak of mpox infected more than 29,000 people across the U.S. Mpox cases have plummeted in recent weeks, with just a handful of new infections being reported every week in the month of November, according to … Read more

G20 not a ‘magic forum’ to solve the war in Ukraine: US diplomat | World News

New Delhi:The G20 is not a “magic forum” for finding a solution to the Ukraine war, though the crisis triggered by the Russian invasion is not solely a European problem since it has implications for food and energy security around the world, the senior-most US diplomat in India said on Friday. In the context of … Read more

QUAD summit goes to Sydney in mid-2023 | World News

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has selected his home-town Sidney for hosting the QUAD summit mid-2023 even as Japan has expressed serious concerns this week to China and Russia over joint air patrols over Sea of Japan and scrambled fighters in response. While the dates of the QUAD summit are still to be worked out, … Read more

5 Leading Newspapers Urge US To Drop Hunt For Julian Assange

Assange, 51, has been held in a high-security jail in London since 2019. London: Five of the Western world’s leading newspapers issued a joint call Monday for the United States to drop its prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Australian publisher remains in custody in Britain pending a US extradition request to face trial … Read more