The New York Times
A magnitude 7.8 quake was followed hours later by a separate powerful earthquake. The death toll appeared likely to keep rising.
By Helena Smith | The Guardian (free)
The race to become the eighth president of Cyprus will extend into a second week after the Mediterranean island’s former foreign minister Nikos Christodoulides emerged as the frontrunner but failed to gain enough support to win outright.
By Tiffany May & David Pierson | The New York Times
Forty-seven defendants, including well-known figures like Joshua Wong, are charged with subversion under the national security law that China imposed in 2020.
By Helene Cooper & Edward Wong | The New York Times
Navy divers were searching for debris from the Chinese spy balloon that a U.S. fighter jet shot down off the coast of South Carolina, defense officials said Sunday, as the fallout from the dramatic confrontation between the world’s two great powers showed no signs of easing.
By Dan Lamothe & Azi Paybarah | The Washington Post
The Defense Department has notified Congress of several previous incursions of U.S. airspace by Chinese surveillance balloons, with earlier sightings near Texas, Florida, Hawaii and Guam, U.S. officials said Sunday, as Republicans criticized the Biden administration for allowing a suspected surveillance balloon to track across much of the United States over the last week.
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