India starts mass cremation of monsoon flooding victims

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 27, 2013

India cleans up after devastating floods, Obama arrives in Africa, and Turkey asks for tighter rein over Twitter. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Egypt’s Mursi to address the public ahead of massive protests

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 26, 2013

Mursi’s political survival is on the line, World Cup spending stokes Brazil protests, and Australia gets a new prime minister. Today is Wednesday, June 26, the 50th anniversary of JFK’s “Ich bin ein Berliner” address. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Taliban attack near presidential palace deals blow to peace talks

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 25, 2013

Peace talk prospects take a hit after Taliban attacks in Kabul, Brazil’s Rousseff makes surprising call for referendum, and Obama has big boots to fill in Africa. Today is Tuesday, June 25, and we wish Mozambique a very happy Independence Day. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Where in the world is Edward Snowden?

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 24, 2013

No sign of Snowden on flight out of Moscow, Berlusconi sex trial wraps up with guilty verdict, and Mandela’s health worsens. Today is Monday, June 24, one year after Egypt inaugurated its first democratically-elected president, Mohamed Mursi. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

One million Brazilians participate in anti-government protests

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 21, 2013

Protests escalate in Brazil, Chinese dissident’s spat with NYU now involves spyware, and ethnic rifts deepen in Syria. Today is Friday, June 21, the longest day of the year for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Pakistan helps persuade Taliban to meet Americans

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 20, 2013

Pakistan plays part in Taliban talks, Syria’s Islamists govern desert city, and the Panama Canal could get a run for its money. Today is Thursday, June 20, a somber World Refugee Day as forced displacement hits an 18-year high. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Karzai balks at U.S. talks with Taliban

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 19, 2013

Karzai puts a damper on U.S.-Taliban peace talks, Islamists seize control in Syria, and Brazil’s president salutes protesters. Today is Wednesday, June 19, 151 years since the U.S. abolished slavery. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Putin sticks with Assad despite G8 pressure

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 18, 2013

Putin holds his ground on Assad support, Turkey’s “standing man” steps up, and public anger boils over in Brazil. Today is Tuesday, June 18, the 65th anniversary of the UN’s International Declaration of Human rights. Here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Meet Iran’s new president

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 17, 2013

Iran picks new president, Putin and Obama prepare to face off, and Greek PM feels the heat from TV shutdown. Today is Monday, June 17, a good day to celebrate Iceland, and here’s the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.

Farewell, Ahmadinejad

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner
June 14, 2013

Iran votes for a new president, U.S. mulls no-fly zone for Syria, and wife spying roils Czech government. Today is Friday, June 14, a good time to #FF our Reuters colleagues covering Iran, @yjtorbati and @Maxigy. Here is the World Wrap, brought to you by @dwbronner and @clarerrrr.