AP Top Extended International Headlines at 10:32 p.m. EST

The northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula has been the departure gate for thousands of Honduran migrants trying to reach the United States in recent years

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ripped into the performance of his Cabinet and fired a senior economic official he appointed a month ago, saying they’d failed to come up with new ideas to salvage an economy in decay

Yoshiro Mori was expected to resign as the president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee following sexist comments implying women talk too much

A British judge has ruled that a newspaper invaded the Duchess of Sussex’s privacy by publishing a personal letter to her estranged father

China has banned BBC World News from airing in China, a week after threatening to retaliate for the revocation of the British broadcasting license for China’s state-owned CGTN

Rare witness accounts are illuminating the toll of the shadowy conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region as fighting enters a fourth month

The Biden administration’s push for peace in Yemen faces a tough road ahead

Members of Myanmar’s ethnic minorities marched through streets in traditional dress and floated on wooden long boats in a scenic lake to protest last week’s coup

A leader of the Polish Women’s Strike, the movement that has led mass nationwide protests against a near total abortion ban in Poland, has been charged with criminal felonies

Workers in a boat were seen hacking away at ice to create a watery perimeter around the Dutch prime minister’s office, while others in the Netherlands tested the frozen surfaces of lakes and canals to see if they were safe to skate on