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By Associated Press
In our news wrap Thursday, Los Angeles voters elected Karen Bass as the city's first female mayor, air raid sirens blared across Ukraine as Russian missiles struck more power and gas plants and civilians, a Dutch court convicted three men…
Experts say this summit's success or failure centers on the issue. And most of the negotiators and public faces of the issue are women.
By Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Diplomats say they are far from reaching a deal everyone can agree on at climate negotiations in Egypt, which are scheduled to end on Friday.
By Seth Borenstein, Samy Magdy, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, CIA Director William Burns met with his Russian intelligence counterpart to convey the consequences if Moscow were to use a nuclear weapon in Ukraine, police arrested a Syrian woman suspected of carrying out the bombing…
For 27 years, the United Nations has held annual gatherings of world leaders to discuss how to combat climate change. Yet progress towards the goal of stopping global warming has been elusive, and this year’s summit is happening against the…
By Wanjohi Kabukuru, Associated Press
Battling droughts, sandstorms, floods, wildfires, coastal erosion, cyclones and other weather events exacerbated by climate change, the African continent needs to adapt, but it needs funds to do so, leaders and negotiators from the continent said at the U.N. climate…
By Samy Magdy, Associated Press
Egypt, the host of this year's U.N. climate talks, is racking up a number of deals to green its energy and transport systems still heavily reliant on heavily polluting fossil fuels.
In our news wrap Tuesday, Ukraine's President Zelenskyy suggested he is open to peace talks with Russia and urged the world community to force Moscow into real negotiations, Iran's judiciary announced more than 1,000 people in Tehran Province alone have…
By Nick Schifrin, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
Global leaders are meeting at a pivotal conference in Egypt to discuss climate change, but human rights are overshadowing the beginning of the COP27 summit. The family of one of Egypt's most prominent political prisoners could die in detention within…
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