By Mary Ilyushina | The Washington Post
The operator of the Nord Stream pipelines built to carry Russian gas to Europe on Tuesday reported “unprecedented” damage to the system, raising suspicions of sabotage after mysterious leaks caused sudden drops in pressure to three underwater lines in the Baltic Sea.
Al Jazeera (free)
Trucks loaded with aluminum and medications have crossed a bridge linking Colombia and Venezuela for the first time in seven years, as the neighboring countries continue to mend relations after years of political conflict.
By Steven Lee Myers | The New York Times
The parent of Facebook and Instagram said that it had taken down what was the first targeted Chinese campaign to interfere in U.S. politics and that the effort was limited.
By Michael Stott | Financial Times (free)
The governors of the biggest multilateral bank focused on Latin America have voted to remove its president after an external investigation found that he had conducted an undisclosed intimate relationship with a subordinate to whom he gave two large pay rises.
By Zach Montague | The New York Times
The White House announced Monday that it would host President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife, Brigitte Macron, in December in the first state visit of President Biden’s administration.
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