More than 100 world leaders, including President Biden, attended the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, and Britons lined the streets for a procession that took her to her final resting place at Windsor Castle.
Missile Strikes Hydropower Station at Ukraine’s Second Biggest Nuclear Site
The Russian missile caused power outages far from the front lines as Moscow increasingly targets Ukraine’s infrastructure.
Updates: Queen Elizabeth II’s Coffin Arrives at Windsor, Her Final Resting Place
After a funeral service for the queen at Westminster Abbey and a procession across central London, her coffin has been transferred to Windsor Castle, outside the capital.
Guest List for Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral Includes Everyday Honorees
Among those invited to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral are almost 200 people who were honored for various forms of public service this year.
In South Korea, President Yoon Treads Fine Line Between U.S. and China
Yoon Suk Yeol has aligned his country more closely with the United States, but there are limits to how far he can go without angering China or provoking North Korea.
Is Choosing Medically Assisted Death Too Easy in Canada?
Since the government expanded the eligibility for assisted death last year to include those with disabilities, critics have been saying there should be more checks and balances.
Strikes and Fighting in Ukraine’s South Put Pressure on Russian Forces
Ukraine has been pushing a counteroffensive in the Kherson region, but Russia had been preparing for weeks and there was no indication of a mass withdrawal.
Japan Warns ‘Violent Typhoon’ Nanmadol Could Hit on Sunday
The storm, called Nanmadol, was expected to carry gales and heavy rain as it crept up nearly the entire length of the country.
What’s Behind the Success of the Far-Right Sweden Democrats?
Campaigning on issues like immigration, religion, crime and the cost of environmental rules, the Sweden Democrats, a party with neo-Nazi roots, built its support.
Russia Closes In on Critical City in Ukraine’s East
Recent setbacks haven’t deterred Putin’s forces from advancing on the city of Bakhmut and claiming all of the mineral-rich Donbas region. President Biden told the CBS News program “60 Minutes” that any such action would turn Russia into “more of a pariah” than it has ever been.