World news refers to information on events that occur throughout the world. News from abroad is often called international news. It may be about a single country or a global subject. Journalism deals with news reported by foreign correspondents or news agencies, as well as information gathered via distance communication technology. In the United States, the term “national” news refers to news regarding the government, national institutions, and international events. In general, news pertaining to foreign affairs is considered international news.
World News Day is an annual event that aims to improve access to news, especially in developing countries. The World Editors Forum is one organization that supports World News Day. The event is an opportunity for the world’s media to come together to support journalists and news organizations and advocate for fact-based journalism. While this event is a day to celebrate journalism in general, it has particular significance in climate news. In 2022, the day will highlight the importance of climate journalism.
In the past week, the United Kingdom announced a deal with Rwanda to help combat the influx of migrants into the country. The deal has drawn condemnation for being inhumane, but the United States has praised the deal. The Russians, meanwhile, recently invaded Ukraine, resulting in the death of four Americans. Meanwhile, in January 2014, a meteor crashed into Papua New Guinea, killing five people and injuring over 100.