World News is a category of news reporting that covers events outside the borders of a single country. It is often distinguished from “national” news, which covers events related to the internal affairs of a nation and its government, such as foreign wars, or summits of international organizations that affect the interests of a particular region.
At the dawn of modern journalism, the distinction between world and national news was not clear: even in 17th-century Europe, where nation-states were still emerging, most daily newspapers carried a large proportion of foreign news. This can be seen in the courants of that time, which included the likes of the Daily Courant (England), the Nieuwe Tijudinger (Antwerp), the Relation or Zeitung (Strasbourg) and the Avisa Relation oder Zeitung (Wolfenbuttel).
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In Russia, Yevgeny Prigozhin’s Wagner mercenary group pulled back from a march on Moscow after his mutiny was defused by talks with the government. The move revealed cracks in Russia’s leadership as the mercenary group’s boss challenged Putin’s authority. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the failed uprising was a “direct challenge” to the Russian president.
Meghan Markle’s public image as the new royal wife has been a source of controversy. The former actress is reportedly struggling to find her feet at the Palace. But a PR expert says she should focus on building her future as an individual rather than doing it as part of a couple.
A rollercoaster accident at a Stockholm amusement park has killed one person and injured nine others. The accident is being investigated by police.
The US is preparing for a military offensive in Ukraine, but Russian forces are already in the country, ready to fight. An analyst explains why Washington’s strategy has so far failed.