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U.A.E. Shifts Working Week to Mirror West

DUBAI—The United Arab Emirates said Tuesday it would shift its workweek to match much...

Russia, India Cement Military Ties Despite U.S. Pressure

The two countries said delivery of a Russian missile system to India is proceeding despite U.S. sanctions threats. Source link

U.S. Plans Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics

WASHINGTON—The Biden administration won’t send U.S. officials to attend the coming 2022 Winter Olympics...

China Increasingly Obscures True State of Its Economy to Outsiders

China’s Communist Party has long maintained tight control over information, and the effort has...

Venezuela’s U.S.-Backed Opposition Movement in Danger of Breaking Up

The political movement the U.S. has backed in Venezuela to challenge the country’s authoritarian...

WSJ News Exclusive | China Seeks First Military Base on Africa’s Atlantic Coast, U.S. Intelligence Finds

BATA, Equatorial Guinea—Classified American intelligence reports suggest China intends to establish its first permanent...

Russia, India to Reinforce Defense Ties as U.S. Considers Sanctions

Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to extend his country’s close defense ties with...

Pope Francis Calls On Europe to Welcome Migrants During Refugee Camp Visit

Pope Francis visited a refugee camp in Greece on the frontier of Europe’s migration...

France’s Macron Secures Saudi Pledge to Re-Engage With Lebanon

DUBAI—French President Emmanuel Macron said Saudi Arabia’s crown prince had agreed to re-engage with...

In Russia’s ‘Death Valley,’ Putin’s Pledge to Become Carbon Neutral Rings Hollow

KISELYOVSK, Russia—In October, President Vladimir Putin pledged Russia would become carbon neutral by...

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