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Mateusz Morawiecki · Poland
Poland to stop supplying weapons to Ukraine over grain row
One of Ukraine's staunchest allies, Poland, has announced it will no longer supply weapons to the country as a diplomatic dispute over grain escalates. The nation's prime minister said it would instead focus on arming itself with more modern weapons.See the Story
36% Center coverage: 91 sources
Antonio Guterres · Geneva
UN chief warns of 'gates of hell' in climate summit, but carbon polluting nations stay silent
The head of the United Nations warned Wednesday that the “gates of hell” are at hand as climate change intensifies, and top international officials said the world’s leaders still aren’t doing nearly enough to curb pollution of heat-trapping gases. They pleaded with major emitting nations to do more.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 50 sources
Middle East Politics · Iran
Iran's parliament passes a stricter headscarf law days after protest anniversary
Iran’s parliament on Wednesday approved a bill to impose heavier penalties on women who refuse to wear the mandatory Islamic headscarf in public and those who support them. See the Story
44% Center coverage: 32 sources
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'Republicans close the door to Francia Márquez because of her skin color': Democratic leader
Gregory Meeks, the highest-ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, accused his Republican colleagues of having closed the door on Colombian Vice President Francia Márquez just because of her skin color. The vice president, who is in Washington, attended this Thursday a forum organized by the Black Caucus Foundation in which Meeks also participated.See the Story
New York City · New York
'45 billion euros have been mobilized for European investment in Latin America'
In an exclusive interview with EL TIEMPO, a media outlet that belongs to Grupo Diarios América (GDA), Spanish Foreign Minister José Manuel Albares spoke from New York about Spain's plans to put Latin America back at the center of the European agenda. '45 billion euros have been mobilized for European investment in Latin America', said the Spanish Foreign Minister in a dialogue with this newspaperSee the Story