In today's Top of The World: Iran nuclear deal signatories will work to bring US and Iran back into compliance; Taiwan faces its deadliest train crash; Ethiopia's northern Tigray humanitarian crisis worsens
K-pop band Blackpink put out a climate change video expressing concern for the environment. Soon after its release, they were named cultural ambassadors to COP26, the upcoming United Nations’ climate talks in Glasgow.
On Tuesday, the heads of the Brazilian navy, army and air force jointly resigned after Bolsonaro removed the defense minister in a major Cabinet reshuffle. This comes on the anniversary of Brazil's 1964 coup that ushered in a decadeslong dictatorship.
January marked five years since the US military opened up combat arms billets to women, shifting the way women are treated within the military and the way the US government thinks about gender and security.
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