September 2022 coming to an end with severe storms.
August 15 By Natasha Frost Writer, Briefings Good morning. We’re covering Salman Rushdie’s recovery and the fallout from the F.B.I.’s search of Donald Trump’s home in Florida. A news conference held by Republican members of the House Intelligence Committee to discuss the F.B.I. raid.Anna Rose Layden for The New York Times Division in the RepublicanContinue reading “The New York Times briefings for the 3rd week of August 2022”
If you missed it previously July 19 A police officer gave water to a British soldier guarding Buckingham Palace yesterday.Matt Dunham/Associated Press Britain sizzles under a heat wave Temperatures in Britain neared a record high yesterday as blistering heat swept the country. By midafternoon, Wales had recorded its highest-ever temperature: The thermometer hit 37.1 degreesContinue reading “The New York Times looking at the world in 2022 for the last days of July”
There is growing pressure for surrogacy in the European Union. Gay couples can find a surrogate mother to give birth in the Czech capital and having one man as the father on the birth certificate.
The American Jewish Committee (AJC) wants to make a difference on the issues that matter. The challenges facing the Jewish people are great, but from the recent conference it looks like there is a large gap between the younger and older generation.
The industrial city Kremenchuk was once more attacked by the Russians who continue to terrorise the Ukrainian citizens, by aiming at civilian tagets.
From Rishi Sunak’s rescue plan to gun violence in America, it’s been an eventful week in the news.
A selection of articles to read, from The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 May 14-20
For months, the Russian President deceived the world by saying that he did not want to invade Ukraine. Today, however, on 24 February 2022, he has implemented his war plans.