Taz Ali, i newspaper

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Recent articles by Taz:

Why space officials want to give the moon its own time zone

Establishing a lunar time zone will not be an easy mission as clocks run faster on the moon than on Earth → Read More

A year of living in wartime Ukraine, with air raids, blackouts and constant fear of death

'People have learned how to endure the war, because life continues' → Read More

Where was hit by the earthquake? Locations in Turkey and Syria, and fault lines map explained

Turkey sits on the Anatolian tectonic plate between two major fault lines, making the area particularly prone to large quakes → Read More

China balloon: US insists suspected spy device flew over sensitive military sites as Beijing threatens action

People photograph a suspected Chinese spy balloon as it floats off the coast in Surfside Beach, South Carolina, before it is shot down (Photo: Randall Hill/Reuters) → Read More

Boris Johnson makes another dig at Rishi Sunak over jets to Ukraine and says Brexit helped steer UK's response

The former prime minister said he did not buy the argument that Ukraine should not be sent warplanes because they won't know to use them, in an apparent reference to comments made by Downing Street → Read More

Taliban calls for Prince Harry to face ‘international court’ for revealing he killed 25 people in Afghanistan

The Taliban has criticised the duke's comments and has called for him to face 'accountability' for his 'crimes' → Read More

Ukrainian servicemen prepare cannon shells before firing them towards positions of Russian troops in Donetsk region

Russia's defence ministry confirmed the attack in Makiivka but said 63 of its recruits had been killed → Read More

Donald Trump should face criminal insurrection charges, Capitol riot panel recommends

The criminal referral does not mean charges will be brought against the former president, but could prove a major blow as he campaigns to take power again in 2024 → Read More

As Covid rules ease across China photos show people enjoying shopping trips and ice skating

Malls, restaurants and public transport reopen in many areas after days of protests → Read More

Will the Elgin Marbles be returned to Greece? What British Museum has said after George Osborne 'secret talks'

Museum chair George Osborne and Greek prime minister were said to be in the "advanced stage" of negotiations over the possible return of the Parthenon Sculptures → Read More

'Lost everything except our lives': Pakistan flood victims owed a lifeline from richer nations

The intensity of this year's deadly floods has made calls for a loss and damage fund too big to ignore, but it may come too late for the hidden victims of the disaster - the elderly → Read More

Artillery units deployed on the Kherson fronts provide intense fire support to the Ukrainian army??????????????

The Ukrainian army deployed in Kherson, where Russian troops are said to be retreating (Photo: Metin Aktas/Anadolu Agency via Getty) → Read More

When are the US midterms 2022? What the elections mean, latest polls and if the Democrats could lose Congress

The midterm elections will determine the American political landscape for the remainder of President Joe Biden's term, and set the scene for the 2024 presidential election → Read More

The biggest war today is not in Ukraine but Tigray, where WWI tactics are causing ‘unbelievable carnage’

An estimated one million troops are engaged in the battlefields of the northern Ethiopian region, with as many as 100,000 believed to have been killed in recent weeks → Read More

British Prime Minister Liz Truss attends the 77th United Nations General Assembly at the United Nations headquarters in New York City

Financial markets have responded well to the Government's decision to not go ahead with the tax cut for high earners, but experts say the UK's credibility has been damaged → Read More

Ukraine celebrates after retaking Lyman, a day after Russia claimed city as its own territory

Just a day after Moscow celebrated the illegal annexation of the Donetsk - and other - regions in Ukraine, Kyiv's troops retook one of its key cities and drove out Russian troops → Read More

Koh-i-Noor diamond's return to India and royal apology could 'heal' past, campaigners say

Set in the crown of the Queen Mother, the 105.6-carat diamond is said to have been sifted from the sands of the Indian alluvial mines hundreds of years ago (Photo: Alastair Grant/AP) → Read More

Ships warned of danger after gas from Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline leaks into Baltic Sea near Denmark

Operator of Nord Stream 1 pipeline also reveals pressure drop, amid soaring energy prices sparked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine → Read More

Ukrainian teenager who built landmine-detecting drone while sheltering in basement wins global prize

Igor Klymenko, 17, won the Global Student Prize for his drone that can spot mines without setting them off, potentially saving lives → Read More

The Queen’s funeral guest list: Where world leaders could stay, from royal townhouse to luxury hotel

Winfield House in Regent's Park, London, with tables laid for a dinner hosted by US President Donald Trump. The townhouse is regularly visited by US presidents (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) → Read More