Oil Rebounds as Key Pipeline Remains Shut and China Eases Curbs

Following the imposition of the price cap and related curbs, a backlog of tankers waiting to haul oil through Turkey’s vital shipping straits built up amid a dispute over insurance cover. That now appears to be clearing, with a port agent tally on Sunday showing 19 tankers waiting to pass through the Bosphorus and Dardanelles … Read more

Eye Opener: Hurricane Ian intensifies as it heads toward Florida

Eye Opener: Hurricane Ian intensifies as it heads toward Florida – CBS News Watch CBS News Mandatory evacuations are ordered as Hurricane Ian becomes a major Category 3 storm while it makes its way to Florida. Also, protests spread amid a deadly crackdown in Iran following the death of a woman in police custody. All … Read more

Canada ending all COVID-19 restrictions at border as of Oct. 1

Canada is lifting its testing, quarantine and vaccination requirements at the border, a step in rolling back pandemic restrictions designed to stave off the spread of COVID-19, the government announced Monday. Starting Oct. 1, international travelers will be able to enter Canada without providing proof of vaccination, taking a pre-arrival test or undergoing quarantine, according … Read more

G7 leaders condemn ‘sham’ referendums in occupied Ukraine – POLITICO

Leaders of the G7 condemned the “sham” Russian referendums being carried out in occupied Ukraine as a “phony” pretext to illegally grab territory. In a statement on Friday evening, the group of the wealthiest nations said that the votes organized by Moscow were in breach of the U.N. Charter and international law and had no … Read more