BBC News with Neil Nunes.
Ethiopia, Guinea and Mali have been dropped from an African trade preference agreement with the U.S. government.
The move has been recommended by the U.S. trade representative because of human rights concerns.
She cited alleged violations in Ethiopia's war in Tigray and coups in Guinea and Mali.
South Korea's military says it's carried out a search operation after a South Korean man crossed the border into North Korea.
The circumstances of the apparent defection are unclear.
The office of the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff said it could not confirm whether the person was still alive, but it'd asked Pyongyang to ensure his protection.
Vietnam has asked China to take urgent action to ease traffic at border crossings, saying anti-Covid measures are holding up thousands of lorries.
It says the closure of frontier points with China’s Guangxi province is damaging trade and letting fruit and vegetables go to waste.
Israel's military says it's to attack Hamas's targets in Gaza after Palestinian militants launched rockets towards Israel on Saturday.
The military said it had warned the Gaza residents to stay away from the targeted areas, including a compound used to make rockets.
Severe storms and floods in the American state of Kentucky have prompted a state of emergency.
Eastern Kentucky and parts of five nearby states are under a tornado watch.
Denmark says it plans to end the use of fossil fuels in all its domestic flights by 2030.
The Prime Minister acknowledged the task would be difficult but said it could mark a breakthrough for the world.
It's reported that Greece plans to deport a prominent Turkish Armenian writer who's been seeking asylum there.
Sevan Nisanyan had escaped from a Turkish prison where he was jailed on charges including blasphemy.