WADA Asks Sports Court to Open Russia Case to Public Hearing
The World Anti-Doping Agency wants a rare public hearing for sport?s highest court to judge a four-year slate of punishments faced by Russia for persistent cheating.
Key Weinstein Accuser, Driven to Tears, Is Due Back on Stand
A key accuser in the New York City rape trial of Harvey Weinstein is due back on the witness stand for a third day of testimony after she broke down in tears Monday, halting an exhaustive cross-examination that focused on the nature of her relationship with the once-powerful movie mogul.
45 Years on,’ Lost’ Masterpieces See Light in Split Cyprus
It took more than 45 years, but 219 paintings thought lost or stolen ? artwork that includes some of the most significant works produced by Greek Cypriot artists ? have gone on display.
Lebanon’s Only English-Language Daily Stops Print Edition
Lebanon’s only English-language newspaper announced on Tuesday that it was temporarily suspending its print edition because of financial challenges as the country passes through its worst economic crisis in decades.
UN Envoy Hopes Libya Talks Will Stem Inflow of Foreign Arms
The U.N.’s special representative for Libya said he hopes cease-fire talks that officially began Tuesday between the country’s warring sides will reach a deal that can convince foreign powers to stop pouring in weapons and breaking an international arms embargo.
China’s Virus Outbreak Weighs on Global Business
Global business is catching a chill from China’s virus outbreak, with even the gaming industry taking a hit.
Meeting of Sudanese Leader, Netanyahu Stirs Debate in Sudan
A surprise meeting between Sudan’s leader and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stirred controversy in Sudan on Tuesday, with the government saying it wasn’t notified ahead of time and critics lambasting the talks on social media.
UK Unveils Plans for Climate Conference Amid Criticism
Britain says it plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035 in a bid to speed up its efforts to tackle climate change.
Sumo Coming — Well Almost — to Tokyo Olympics
Sumo is coming ? well, almost coming ? to the Tokyo Olympics.
South African Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Ex-Leader Zuma
A judge in South Africa issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for former president Jacob Zuma for failing to appear in court on a corruption case that he has sought to avoid for months ? now by asserting that he is ill.