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OPEC+ Keeps Oil Curbs Despite Russia Price Cap


North Korea's New Missile Has Shortcomings as a Weapon


Ukraine Says Russia Oil Cap Is Too Weak


China Loosens Covid Restrictions as Public Anger Simmers


Israel's President Heads to Bahrain to Address Stalled Relations


U.K. Police Raid London Home of Russian Oligarch


Deadly Missile Strike in Poland Exposed Tension Between NATO Allies, Ukraine


Russia Presses Assault in Eastern Ukraine in a Bid to Encircle Kyiv Forces


Russia to Rely on 'Shadow Fleet' of Oil Tankers


A Central Bank That Raised Rates Early Now Talks Up Recession


U.S. and Europe Gird for Trade Spat Over Washington's Push for Domestic Investment


EU, G-7 Wait on Poland to Advance Russian Oil-Price Cap


Chinese Solar Manufacturers Dodged U.S. Tariffs


Canada Pushes Canadian Content, Irking Big Tech


European Frustration Over U.S. Subsidies Mounts Ahead of Key Meeting


Ukraine Hunts the World for Parts to Fix Energy Grid


Oil Prices Rise as EU Debates $60 Russia Price Cap


Israel's Netanyahu Seals Key Coalition Deal With Ultranationalist Ally


China Missed a Window to Be Better Prepared for Covid-19 Surge


China's Zero-Covid Policy Fueled Protests. Now Chinese Protesters Wonder How Far to Push


Biden, Macron Discuss Ukraine, China at White House


Russia Says Strikes on Ukraine's Infrastructure Aimed at Slowing Delivery of Foreign Arms


Iran's President Visits Kurdish Province Amid Growing Unrest


China Clamps Down on Internet as It Seeks to Stamp Out Covid Protests


China to Bid Farewell to Jiang Zemin


EU Asks Members to Set Russia Oil-Price Cap at $60


Ships Linked to Russia's Biggest Grain Exporter Moved Stolen Ukrainian Cargo


Islamic State Says Leader Has Been Killed


China's Covid Protests Began With an Apartment Fire in a Remote Province


Jiang Zemin, Who Steered China Into New Era, Dies at 96


Pakistan Taliban Attacks Police After Calling Off Cease-Fire


American Arrested in U.A.E. Faces Deportation to Egypt


Eurozone Inflation Eased in November, but Further Rate Rises Likely


Jiang Zemin, Former China Leader, Dies at 96


Ukraine's Power Shortages Force Millions of Refugees Into Lengthier Exile


Covid Controls Hit Chinese Factories, Adding Risks to Global Growth


China Officials Soften Tone on Covid Curbs Amid Protests


Nuclear Stockpile Makes China a Growing Rival, Pentagon Says


Iraq and Iran Agree to Tighten Border Security Amid Unrest


China Covid Protesters Become Targets of Beijing's Surveillance State


Behind Chinese Covid Protests, Economic Worries Simmer Among Youth


Global Poor Lose Services as Developing Countries Face Higher Debt Payments


NATO Chief Urges Military Support for Ukraine as Russian Attacks Rage On


Inside Ukraine's Blackouts: Fraught Operations, Candlelit Concerts, Anger With Russia


Ukraine War's Economic Ripples Sow Discord Between Washington, Allies


European Differences Over a Russian Oil Price Cap Persist


Chinese Protests Put Xi Jinpingin a Bind


Fighting Rages in Eastern Ukraine as Zelensky Warns of More Russian Missile Attacks


Russia Cancels Arms-Control Talks, U.S. Says


Iran Arrests Supreme Leader's Niece Amid Crackdown on Critics


    

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