Rescuers work during a rescue and evacuation operation following a landslide

Landslide At Malaysia Campground Kills 18, Leaves 15 Missing

More than 90 people were sleeping on an organic farm when dirt tumbled from a road about 100 feet above the site and covered about 3 acres.

 | AP

Debris lay in front of a hotel in Berlin, Germany

Huge Berlin Aquarium Bursts, Unleashing Flood Of Devastation

The 82-foot-tall AquaDom was described as the biggest cylindrical tank in the world and held more than a thousand tropical fish before the incident.

 | AP

A demonstrator holds a paper saying, "End zero-COVID. End dictatorship. Free China."

What The Historic Protests Against Xi Jinping Could Mean For China

As Xi Jinping begins his third term, widespread protests and the response to "zero-COVID" could give a look into China's future and Xi's legacy.

 | Scripps News Staff

Patriot missles are seen at the Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport

U.S. Poised To Approve Patriot Missile Battery For Ukraine

The Patriot would be the most advanced surface-to-air missile system the West has provided to Ukraine.

 | AP and Haley Bull

Peruvian soldiers patrol the streets.

Peru's New Government Declares Police State Amid Protests

The declaration includes the suspension of the rights of “personal security and freedom,” including the rights of assembly and freedom of movement.

 | AP

Police at the scene of a fatal shooting in Australia.

Australian Police Investigate Extremist Views Of 3 Who Killed Officers

One of the family members who ambushed police officers Monday in Queensland may have posted in online conspiracy theory forums.

 | AP

Members of a lifeboat return after a large search and rescue operation.

4 Confirmed Dead After Boat Capsizes In English Channel

The U.K. Maritime and Coastguard Agency coordinated a rescue operation involving the Royal Navy, border officers, Kent police and the French navy.

 | AP

Faces of the War

Newsy Tonight Presents: Faces of the War Part III

Faces of the War returns to tell the stories of orphans, fighters and animal lovers in Ukraine's war.

 | Jason Bellini

A TV screen shows Jin, the oldest member of K-pop supergroup BTS

BTS Member Jin Begins Military Duty At Front-Line Boot Camp

BTS' military enlistment prompted a fierce domestic debate over whether it's time to revise South Korea's conscription system to expand exemptions.

 | AP

Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Cornered In Ukraine, Putin Ditches Annual News Conference

Russian President Vladimir Putin won't hold the annual news conference for the first time in 10 years.

 | AP

Police search teams investigate where four children fell through an icy lake.

3 Children Die After Fall Into Icy U.K. Lake

Three children have died and a fourth is in critical condition after falling into an icy lake about 100 miles north of London.

 | AP

The Qatar 2022 World Cup logo.

Report: Second Journalist Dies While Covering The World Cup

Al Kass TV photojournalist Khalid al-Misslam "died suddenly" while covering the World Cup, according to the Doha-based Gulf Times.

 | Scripps News Staff

A security guard in Beijing keeps watch inside a booth displaying a temperature scan device and a travel QR code.

China To Drop Some Travel Tracking As It Relaxes COVID Rules

China recently said it's ending many of its COVID measures. It has enforced some of the world's tightest virus restrictions over the last three years.

 | AP

Demonstrators protesting Iran's government.

Iran Publicly Hangs Man From Crane Amid Protests

The execution of Majidreza Rahnavard came less than a month after he allegedly fatally stabbed two members of a paramilitary force.

 | AP

A monitor at a basketball game reads, "Welcome Home Brittney Griner," alongside a photo of the WNBA player.

'I Want To Talk': Brittney Griner Opened Up During Her Long Trip Home

Griner made connections with the people responsible for getting her home, spending time getting to know them and sharing details about her time away.

 | AP

A Ukrainian Captain who goes by "Vakula"

Ukraine’s 63rd Brigade Moves East – With Trench Family Of Wartime Pets

Newsy’s Jason Bellini reports the front in Ukraine has moved East. Ukraine’s 63rd Brigade has moved with it, bringing the pets they've adopted along.

 | Jason Bellini

An illustration provided by researchers depicts Kap Kobenhavn, Greenland, two million years ago

Oldest DNA Reveals Life In Greenland 2 Million Years Ago

Researchers were able to get genetic information out of the small, damaged bits of DNA to reveal what life was like 2 million years ago in Greenland.

 | AP

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

NATO Chief Fears Ukraine War Could Become A Wider Conflict

The head of NATO has expressed worry that the fighting in Ukraine could spin out of control and become a war between Russia and NATO.

 | AP

Signs and pictures of those killed, including journalist Brent Renaud, are displayed on a fence during a protest

67 Journalists, Media Workers Killed On The Job This Year

The International Federation of Journalists says that 67 journalists and media staff have been killed around the world so far this year.

 | AP

Smiling photo of Marc Fogel

There Are Still Detained Americans In Russia After Griner's Release

Anne Fogel’s brother Marc and another American Paul Whelan weren’t part of the exchange — a huge blow to their families.

 | Maritsa Georgiou

A worker installs power lines in a Puerto Rican town.

Puerto Rico Is Still In An Energy Crisis

As Americans are frustrated with high electricity bills, other U.S. territories are seeing double the costs coupled with less accessibility to power.

 | Scripps News Staff

Russian President Vladimir Putin is shown.

Vladimir Putin Says Ukraine Fight Is Taking Longer Than Expected

Russian President Vladimir Putin reiterated his claim that he had to send troops into Ukraine nine months ago.

 | AP

Alleged Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout looks out from inside a detention center.

Who Is Viktor Bout, The Arms Dealer In The Swap For Brittney Griner?

Bout was convicted in 2011 on terrorism-related charges, including conspiring to kill Americans.

 | Ben Schamisso

People protest in front of the Iranian embassy in Berlin, Germany.

Iran Executes First Known Prisoner Arrested During Protests

Mohsen Shekari was executed for allegedly blocking a street and attacking security with a machete during protests against Iran's morality police.

 | AP

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's controversial documentary being aired on Netflix

Duke, Duchess Of Sussex Share Their Story In New Netflix Series

A new Netflix series about Harry and Meghan puts added pressure on the monarchy, already under strain after a recent racism controversy.

 | Julia Chapman

Former Peruvian President Pedro Castillo.

Peru's President Ousted By Congress In Political Crisis

Lawmakers voted 101-6 to remove President Pedro Castillo from office after he tried to dissolve the legislature to prevent an impeachment vote.

 | AP

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy seen during his visit to Kherson, Ukraine

Zelenskyy: Time's Person Of The Year; Courage 'As Contagious As Fear'

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was celebrated with two accolades in the same week, one from Time magazine and another from Financial Times.

 | Jason Bellini

German police escort a suspect from a helicopter.

Germany Police Arrest 25 People On Suspicion Of Planning Armed Coup

Federal prosecutors said some 3,000 officers conducted "anti-terrorism" raids at 130 sites across 11 of Germany's 16 states.

 | AP and Trent Murray

A resident pulls away a mask during COVID test in Beijing.

China Eases Anti-COVID Measures Following Protests

China is the last major country still trying to stamp out transmission of the virus while many nations switch to trying to live with it.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo walks during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match

Ronaldo Loses Portugal Spot To Sully World Cup Journey

The 2022 World Cup has been a turbulent and bruising few weeks for soccer's most prolific modern-day scorer Cristiano Ronaldo.

 | AP