Sabotage suspected on Baltic gas pipeline

European leaders and experts suspect possible sabotage of gas pipelines in the Baltic amid the energy standoff with Russia.

Russia claims wins in ‘sham’ referendums over Ukraine regions

Moscow has paved the way to annex more of Ukraine by claiming large majorities in occupied areas want to join Russia in votes the West dismisses as a “sham”.

US to deliver more resources to Ukraine

The United States will deliver the first two advanced NASAMS anti-aircraft systems to Ukraine over the next two months.

Oath Keeper sedition trial underway

Stewart Rhodes, founder of the far-right Oath Keepers extremist group, is facing trial charged with seditious conspiracy over the Jan. 6 riot.

Jan 6 House hearings postponed

The US House committee investigating the Capitol riots has postponed its final hearing because of Hurricane Ian.

Starmer attacks Tories over crashed economy

Sir Keir Starmer has pledged a fairer, greener, more dynamic nation as he promotes Labour as an alternative to “Tory failure”.

Berlusconi makes political comeback

Silvio Berlusconi, the colourful and controversial former Italian prime minister, has won a Senate seat at Sunday’s election.