AP Top Extended International Headlines at 11:29 p.m. EDT

The Mexican banks of the Suchiate river dawned with a heavy presence of immigration agents in place to enforce Mexico’s new limits on all but essential travel at its shared border with Guatemala

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has made his first visit to Afghanistan as Pentagon chief, and he says the Biden administration wants to see “a responsible end” to America’s longest war

Residents of Paris and several other regions of France have spent their first weekend under a limited monthlong lockdown

A second Canadian citizen held for more than two years on spying charges in apparent retaliation for Canada’s arrest of a senior executive of telecoms giant Huawei has gone on trial at in Beijing

In the jungles of southeast Myanmar, the army was shooting and otherwise tyrannizing civilians long before last month’s military coup

Health care workers have marched through Myanmar’s second-biggest city, kicking off another day of countrywide protests against last month’s coup

A former top government aide in Malta who was investigated by a journalist later killed by a car bomb has been arraigned in a Maltese court on charges of money-laundering, fraud and corruption

Republic of Congo is pressing ahead with an election that is expected to extend President Denis Sassou N’Guesso’s 36 years in power

Nawal Saadawi, a renowned Egyptian feminist, psychiatrist and novelist, whose writings have stirred controversy for decades in an overwhelming conservative society, has died of age-related health problems in Cairo, officials said

A North Korean citizen was taken into U.S. custody on Saturday after being extradited from Malaysia to face money laundering charges, making him the first North Korean extradited to the U.S. to face trial