Cleanup From Maui Fires Complicated by Island’s Logistical Challenges, Cultural Significance
By Michael Casey
Much of Lahaina is still littered with torched vehicles, blackened rubble, crumbled metal roofs, shattered glass, propane tanks, and the foundations of what were homes and businesses.
Lawyers of Imran Khan Oppose His Closed-Door Trial Over Revealing Official Secrets
By Munir Ahmed
Khan's lawyers say the closed trial is a gambit to ensure a quick conviction and sentencing of the former premier ahead of parliamentary elections.
Mysterious Border Protocol Signed Between Kyrgyz and Tajik Security Chiefs
By Catherine Putz
The details of “Protocol No. 44” are unknown, but both sides clearly want to portray some kind of progress in their drawn-out border negotiations.
China, Europe, and the Great Electric Vehicle Race
By Valeria Fappani and Blanca Marabini San Martín
Chinese EVs are gaining market share around the world, but Europe is putting on the brakes.