The New York Times
Twenty children were among those killed, according to local media, in the deadliest mass shooting in Thailand ever carried out by a lone perpetrator.
By Roger Cohen | The New York Times
Ever restless in his quest to forge a Europe of independent strength, President Emmanuel Macron of France has a new brainchild, the 44-nation European Political Community, which will convene for the first time Thursday in Prague.
By Amanda Coletta | The Washington Post
Canada’s top court is set to hear arguments Thursday on whether the United States is a safe destination for people seeking asylum.
By Patricia Garip, Vivian Salama & Kejal Vyas | The Wall Street Journal
The Biden administration is preparing to scale down sanctions on Venezuela’s authoritarian regime to allow Chevron to resume pumping oil there, paving the way for a potential reopening of U.S. and European markets to oil exports from Venezuela, according to people familiar with the proposal.
By Karen DeYoung | The Washington Post
The Biden administration is having “ongoing conversations” with the Cuban government on “the humanitarian needs of the Cuban people” in the wake of the devastation on the island caused by Hurricane Ian, a senior State Department official said Wednesday.
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