since the us supreme court overturned the federal constitutional right to abortion, demand for medical abortions, done with pills and without the help of a doctor, has risen
the japanese government's calls for saving electricity appeared to be a mere formality as the whole nation swelters amid the worst heatwave on record on wednesday, with prime minister fumio kishida inching toward a restart of nuclear power.
turkey changed its position and agreed to support sweden and finland's nato membership applications on tuesday during the ongoing nato summit in madrid, while conflicts within the military bloc still remain.
tens of thousands of demonstrators marched in cities across the united states on saturday in a second day of protests over a decision by the supreme court to remove federal legal protection for abortions.
according to the united nations, africa has the youngest population in the world, with 70 percent of people in sub-saharan africa being younger than 30.
the u.s. federal reserve on wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate by 75 basis points, marking the sharpest rate hike since 1994, as data released in recent days showed no clear signs of easing in inflation.