Four more ships loaded with grain set off from Ukrainian ports on Sunday, as Moscow and Kyiv blamed each other for a new strike at a Russian-occupied nuclear plant.
On Saturday morning, Taiwan’s defence ministry said multiple Chinese ships and planes conducted missions in the Taiwan Strait, with some crossing the median line, an unofficial buffer separating the two sides, movements that Taiwan’s military believes were part of a simulation attack on the main Taiwan island.
Officials said three more ships with Ukrainian corn have left Ukraine’s ports. UK intelligence says Russia is behaving at the height of irresponsibility around the Zaporizhzhia plant. Follow DW for the latest.
Shippers rerouted vessels as China began its most provocative military drills in decades around Taiwan, with at least one owner barring ships from transiting the strait.
Chinese warplanes buzzed the line dividing the Taiwan Strait on Tuesday shortly before the expected arrival in Taipei of US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi for a visit that has pushed…
In a case involving Italy and the German migrant rescue organization Sea Watch, Europe’s top court has ruled that port authorities must demonstrate a threat to "safety, health or the environment" when detaining a ship.