AP Top Extended International Headlines at 10:19 p.m. EST

Iran has officially started restricting international inspections of its nuclear facilities, a bid to pressure European countries and U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration to lift crippling economic sanctions and restore the 2015 nuclear deal

Authorities in Ecuador say 62 people have died in riots at prisons in three cities as a result of fights between rival gangs and an escape attempt

Muslims who were injured, burned out of their homes and threatened during India’s worst communal riots in decades are still shaken and fear they may never see justice

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says his country is doing better than the United States in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, even though Mexico’s per capita death rate is probably higher and the country has vaccinated less than 1% of its population

China says its Tianwen-1 spacecraft has entered a temporary parking orbit around Mars in anticipation of landing a rover on the red planet in the coming months

President Joe Biden’s choice for United Nations ambassador, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, has been confirmed by the Senate

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam is giving her clear support to electoral changes that would likely further exclude opposition voices and cement Beijing’s control over the city’s politics

Italian Carabinieri experts were joining U.N. and Congolese authorities in investigating the killings of the Italian ambassador, his bodyguard and their driver in eastern Congo

A year into the coronavirus pandemic, doctors are striving to better understand and treat patients who lose their sense of smell

Demonstrators have set up tents outside Georgia’s parliament building and blocked the capital’s main avenue to protest the arrest of the leader of the country’s main opposition party