Ukrainians in Kherson wait for loved ones to cross the frontline river

KYIV, Dec. 4 (Reuters) – Ukrainian families waited on Sunday in bitter cold for their loved ones to cross from the Russian-occupied bank of the Dnipro River to Kherson, a city that has been under siege since Ukraine’s recapture from Russian forces last month. fire is. heavy shelling. Military officials in southern Ukraine’s Kherson region … Read more

“We are not your enemy,” say South Korean truck drivers striking for minimum wage protection

UIWANG, South Korea, Dec. 5 (Reuters) – In five white tents outside the Uiwang container depot near Seoul, about 200 striking truck drivers huddle around gas heaters in an attempt to combat the bitter cold and government narrative that they are well-paid “labor aristocracy”. .” They are all too aware of the impact their strike … Read more

Protesters storm governor’s office in southern Syrian city, two killed in clashes

Protests in Sweida over deteriorating economy Mob storms the governor’s office and sets fire to the building Authorities say armed “bandits” also tried to take over the police station One police officer killed, Interior Ministry says Hospital source says one protester died of injuries AMMAN, Dec. 4 (Reuters) – Dozens of protesters, angered by deteriorating … Read more

G7 begins to pressure Russia over Ukraine with an oil price cap

Russia says it will not export oil with a limit Zelenskiy says the price cap will do little to deter Russia Ukrainian regions are resorting to planned blackouts Ukrainian troops hold positions along the frontline – Zelenskiy Russia says troops are conducting successful operations in Bakhmut KYIV, Dec 5 (Reuters) – A Group of Seven … Read more

Iran’s top legal cleric says morality police are closed

Protesters are calling for an economic boycott Monday through Wednesday Raisi visits Tehran University on Wednesday for Student Day The Ministry of the Interior is silent on the status of the vice squad DUBAI, Dec. 4 (Reuters) – Protesters in Iran on Sunday called for a three-day strike this week, ramping up pressure on authorities … Read more

El Salvador sends 10,000 troops to a gang-run capital

SAN SALVADOR, Dec. 3 (Reuters) – El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele on Saturday announced the deployment of 10,000 security forces to a suburb of San Salvador known as a gang stronghold. The move is the latest escalation in a crusade against gang violence that began in March and is marred by unjust detentions, according to … Read more

Mexico and the US are planning a pitch in early 2023 to attract companies from abroad

MEXICO CITY, Dec. 2 (Reuters) – Mexico’s Economy Minister Raquel Buenrostro and US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo agreed on Friday to develop a plan for the relocation of companies from Asia to North America by early 2023, the agency said. Mexican government. On her first visit to Washington since taking office in October, Buenrostro met … Read more

Chinese cities are easing COVID sidewalks as the virus continues to spread

BEIJING, Dec. 2 (Reuters) – Some communities in Chinese cities where COVID-19 is still spreading are easing testing requirements and quarantine rules in anticipation of an expected shift in virus policies across the country following widespread social unrest. However, the uneven easing of COVID restrictions is fueling fears among some residents who suddenly feel more … Read more

World Bank chief says poorest countries owe $62 billion in bilateral debt

WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (Reuters) – The world’s poorest countries now owe $62 billion in annual debt service to official bilateral creditors, a 35% increase over the past year, World Bank president David Malpass said on Thursday . increase the risk of payment defaults. Malpass told the Reuters NEXT conference in New York that two-thirds of … Read more

China is set to ease COVID sidewalks after a week of historic protests

China allows home quarantine, stops mass testing – sources Top official says virus weakening serious Shift comes after series of demonstrations Largest demonstration of public resistance in a decade BEIJING, Dec. 1 (Reuters) – China will announce a relaxation of its COVID-19 quarantine protocols and a reduction in mass testing in the coming days, sources … Read more