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Recent articles by Jamey:

Climate to conflict, Davos' post-COVID return has full plate

Davos — the hub of an elite annual gathering in the Swiss Alps — is back, more than two years after the coronavirus pandemic kept its business gurus, political leaders and high-minded activists away. There’s no shortage of urgent issues for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting to tackle. → Read More

Britain, Rwanda defend asylum-seekers plan at UN agencies

Britain and Rwanda on Thursday faced down two United Nations agencies that have sharply criticized their controversial plan in which Britain expects to send some asylum-seekers from the U.K. to the African country. → Read More

EXPLAINER: What might happen to 100s of Ukrainian POWs?

Breaking its recent silence on prisoners of war, the Red Cross said Thursday it has registered “hundreds” of Ukrainian prisoners of war who left the giant Azovstal steel plant in the southern city of Mariupol after holding out in a weeks-long standoff with besieging Russian forces. → Read More

UN floats plan to boost renewables as climate worries mount

The United Nations chief on Wednesday launched a five-point plan to jump-start broader use of renewable energies, hoping to revive world attention on climate change as the U.N.’s weather agency reported that greenhouse gas concentrations, ocean heat, sea-level rise, and ocean acidification hit new records last year. → Read More

EXPLAINER: 'Neutral' Europe recedes as NATO set to expand

Finland and Sweden are inching closer to joining NATO → Read More

'Neutral' Europe recedes as Finns, Swedes edge toward NATO

With Finland and Sweden taking steps to join NATO, the list of “neutral” countries in Europe appears poised to shrink → Read More

'Neutral' Europe recedes as Finns, Swedes edge toward NATO

With Finland and Sweden taking steps to join NATO, the list of “neutral” countries in Europe appears poised to shrink. → Read More

Easy out from steel mill seen as unlikely for Ukraine troops

With the evacuation of some civilians from a steel mill besieged by Russian forces in the port of Mariupol, attention is turning to the fate of hundreds of Ukrainian troops still inside after weeks in the plant's warren of underground tunnels and bunkers. → Read More

Switzerland's top lawyer seeks tools to curb financial crime

Switzerland's new attorney general is pushing parliament to give his office more tools to fight white-collar crime → Read More

WTO: War in Ukraine to curb trade, economic growth this year

The World Trade Organization predicted Tuesday that trade in goods will grow much less than previously expected this year, saying prospects for the global economy have darkened since the onset of Russia’s war in Ukraine. → Read More

Air quality today: WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

Air pollution is leading to millions of preventable deaths each year, the World Health Organization says. → Read More

WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

The U.N. health agency says nearly everybody in the world breathes air that doesn’t meet its standards for air quality → Read More

US to seek Russia's suspension from Human Rights Council

The United States plans to seek a suspension of Russia from its seat on the U.N.’s top human rights body amid increasing signs that Russian forces may have committed war crimes in Ukraine, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield said Monday. → Read More

WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

The U.N. health agency says nearly everybody in the world breathes air that doesn’t meet its standards for air quality → Read More

WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

GENEVA (AP) — The U.N. health agency says nearly everybody in the world breathes air that doesn’t meet its standards for air quality, calling for more action to reduce fossil-fuel use, which generates pollutants that cause respiratory and blood-flow problems and lead to millions of preventable deaths each year. → Read More

WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

GENEVA (AP) — The U.N. health agency says nearly everybody in the world breathes air that doesn’t meet its standards for air quality, calling for more action to reduce fossil-fuel use , which generates pollutants that cause respiratory and blood-flow problems and lead to millions of preventable deaths each year. → Read More

WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

The U.N. health agency says nearly everybody in the world breathes air that doesn’t meet its standards for air quality, calling for more action to reduce fossil-fuel use, which generates pollutants that cause respiratory and blood-flow problems and lead to millions of preventable deaths each year. → Read More

Nearly Everyone in the World is Breathing Polluted Air

The U.N. health agency's data highlights the need to reduce harmful pollution from industry, energy, and transport → Read More

UN seeks record $4.4B for Afghans struggling under Taliban

The U.N.'s aid coordination office, backed by Britain, Germany and Qatar, is launching its biggest-ever appeal for funds for a single country in hopes of collecting $4.4 billion to help Afghanistan, a decidedly ambitious call to assist the impoverished country again run by Taliban militants when much of the world’s attention is on Russia's war in Ukraine. → Read More

4 million refugees have now fled Ukraine, UN agency says

The U.N. refugee agency said Wednesday more than 4 million refugees have now fled Ukraine since Russia launched its war in the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II. → Read More