China to Sanction U.S. Weapons Makers Over Sales to Taiwan

WSJ World - 28m

China said it will sanction three American defense contractors over proposed arms sales to Taiwan, retaliating against U.S. efforts to deepen security ties with the island democracy that Beijing claims as its territory.


Chile Votes to Change Pinochet-Era Constitution

WSJ World - 3h

The referendum’s outcome sets in motion a process that could upend the political landscape in one of Latin America’s wealthiest nations.


Covid-19 Vaccine Makers See Egypt as Crucial Launchpad

WSJ World - 6h

With a population of nearly 100 million and an established vaccine-manufacturing capacity, Egypt is emerging as a critical proving ground for global powers seeking to export a vaccine to the developing world.


Pandemic Fatigue Is Real---And It's Spreading

WSJ World - 7h

From the corridors of Washington to the cobblestones of Paris, the coronavirus is roaring back and authorities are ramping up restrictions again. This time around, however, everyone is tired.


Armenia and Azerbaijan Agree to Cease-Fire After Talks in Washington

WSJ World - 19h

A cease-fire between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which have spent nearly a month engaged in a violent conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, will take effect at 8 a.m. local time on Monday.


Why Protesters in Belarus Continue to Take to the Streets

WSJ World - yesterday

Fed up with an economic crunch, worsening repression and a dismissive approach to the coronavirus, Belarusians from all walks of life have united, hoping to pressure President Alexander Lukashenko to step down.