The two candidates will compete in the first televised debate on Wednesday night. Boston mayoral candidates Annissa Essaybi George and Michelle Wu are set to fight in the first televised debate on Wednesday night, both of which have a high chance of winning ordinary voters who are just starting to
MADRID — In a letter to Mexican bishops last month, Pope Francis called for a revisiting of the country’s history, especially the role of the Roman Catholic Church, and urged clergy members to “recognize the painful errors committed in the past.” Yet it wasn’t in Mexico where his remarks drew
The three candidates hoping to succeed Angela Merkel as German chancellor, and the four leaders of the other parties currently in parliament, have clashed over a variety of topics during the last televised debate before Sunday’s election By KIRSTEN GRIESHABER Associated Press September 23, 2021, 8:15 PM • 3 min
WASHINGTON — The sunrise missile strike that shredded the leader of Al Qaeda on the balcony of a house in Kabul finally validated President Biden’s decision to withdraw from Afghanistan. Or perhaps the strike discredited it. Or maybe some combination of both. The coming anniversary of the chaotic American withdrawal
TOKYO — Four candidates vying to lead Japan’s governing Liberal Democratic Party — and replacing outgoing Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga — held their first main debate on Saturday, discussing plans to tackle key issues such as China, the COVID-19 measures, the pandemic-hit economy and climate change and energy. The vote
Kono said energy conservation, minimizing fossil fuel and bolstering renewables were his main strategy to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. If that’s insufficient, safely restarting nuclear reactors is unavoidable, he said. Kono said the nuclear industry doesn’t have much future, and supported phasing out nuclear plants. He opposes Japan’s insistence
Placeholder while article actions load SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The end of constitutional protections for abortions in the United States on Friday polarized activists around the world, emboldening abortion opponents even as advocates of abortion rights worried it could threaten recent moves toward legalization in their countries. The U.S.