By Amy Kazmin & Giuliana Ricozzi | Financial Times (free)
A coalition led by Giorgia Meloni’s arch-conservative Brothers of Italy has won a decisive victory in Italy’s snap election, putting it in position to form the country’s first government led by the far-right since the second world war.
By Kareem Fahim & Babak Dehghanpisheh | The Washington Post
Protests continued in Tehran and other Iranian cities Sunday for a 10th day, with videos emerging of large demonstrations despite tightening internet restrictions and an expanding clampdown by security forces, monitoring groups said.
By Choe Sang-Hun | The New York Times
North Korea launched a short-range ballistic missile off its east coast Sunday in its first ballistic missile test in nearly four months, the South Korean military said.
By Chris Megerian | Associated Press (free)
Attending funerals on behalf of the United States is normally a straightforward assignment for a vice president, but Kamala Harris will confront controversy at nearly every turn as she visits Asia for the memorial honoring former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
By Matthew Lee | Associated Press (free)
A U.S. warship sailed through the strait separating Taiwan and China on Tuesday, the navy said, the first such passage since leaders from the two rival superpowers held a video summit.
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