The EU on Sunday said it was “particularly concerned” about worsening conditions for women and girls in Afghanistan after the country’s ruling Taliban violently broke up a women’s rally.
The US House speaker praised President Tsai Ing-wen for her "leadership" in "one of the freest societies in the world." Pelosi’s visit has attracted the wrath of Beijing, which warned of "serious consequences."
Berlin said that journalists should not be "persecuted and imprisoned" for their work after India detained Muslim reporter Mohammed Zubair. But Delhi said uninformed comments were not helpful.
German national team manager Oliver Bierhoff has raised concerns over the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar given gender inequality in the country. Meanwhile, the German FA has made its own statutes more inclusive.
Russia expressed “serious concern” on Wednesday to Israel’s ambassador about air strikes that shut down Syria’s Damascus International Airport last week, the foreign ministry said in a statement.
India on Monday (local time) expressed concern regarding clashes at the holy places of Jerusalem and appealed to all parties to stop the provocation and incitement which could worsen the situation.
The White House declined to comment on billionaire Elon Musk’s deal on Monday to buy Twitter Inc, but said that President Joe Biden has long been concerned about the power of social media platforms.
As Ukraine’s cultural heritage and art faces destruction by Russian shelling and bombs, Ukrainian curators are sending a strong message through the Ukraine pavilion and a special open-air exhibition space.