After the collapse of his national unity government, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy went to the president to step down again, deepening the country’s political crisis.
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Gazprom sent natural gas through Nord Stream 1 on Thursday after 10 days of planned maintenance. The reliance of Germany, and much of the rest of Europe, on Russian energy has come to haunt officials.
Record heat and rampant fires are raising grim questions about the world’s ability to withstand a new era of climate change.
A Ukrainian brigade surprised Russian forces to score a rare success in the east and send a signal to other units that the Russians can be routed in this region, too.
As the heat wave rolled out, it left behind fears about how Northern European cities can cope with extreme weather driven by global warming.
The two emerged as the final candidates after five rounds of voting, and now will try to win over an electorate that had wearied of Mr. Johnson’s seemingly endless scandals.
The city of Buenos Aires banned gender-neutral language in schools, reigniting off a debate that is reverberating across the world.
Britain’s record-breaking heat has mostly abated, but fires are still raging in Greece, Portugal and Spain.
A trilateral meeting of the leaders of Iran, Russia and Turkey seemed to suggest a new anti-American alliance. But there are major fissures between the countries, too.
Does poetry have any place in a war zone? For one correspondent, it is indispensable.
Europe is ill prepared for extreme heat fed by global warming. For the first time on record, parts of Britain hit 40 degrees Celsius — 104 Fahrenheit — as did Paris for only the third time.
Opponents of the coup in Myanmar have flocked to a new online game that lets players shoot virtual soldiers while raising money for the real-life resistance.
Days after he tendered his resignation, the Italian leader offered a way out of political crisis. Now it depended on the parties to accept or reject it.
Warning of possible further disruptions to Russian fuel exports, including “a complete stop of Russian gas deliveries,” the European Commission is asking E.U. member states to adopt a strict energy consumption plan. The plan would need the backing of national governments to move forward.
Despite being endangered, green sea turtles are not protected by the country’s conservation laws. They often get tangled in nets, to the annoyance of fishermen.
Despite clamor for change amid the country’s economic collapse, Ranil Wickremesinghe, who is tied to the exiled former president, was elected by lawmakers to replace him.
Two wildfires have ravaged nearly 80 square miles of forests, forcing 37,000 people to evacuate. The flames were fanned by a heat wave also feeding blazes in Greece, Portugal and Spain.
Thirty-three men, part of a larger group, were given 11 months in prison after a deadly border-crossing effort.
Ukraine repelled the effort to capture its second-largest city, but the artillery attacks did not stop. Many residents who left have returned but fear that a new offensive is imminent.
The emergence of more infectious subvariants of the coronavirus has triggered mass quarantines, including 2,000 tourists stranded in a popular beach resort town.