The US assures support for Taiwan;  war crimes trial and more |  Headlines of the world 05/24/2022

This is what stands out on the front pages of the international media, this Monday, June 6:

Putin sells stolen grain to needy world, US says

US diplomats have alerted 14 countries, most in Africa, that Russian ships full of stolen Ukrainian grain could be headed their way, posing a dilemma for countries facing severe food shortages.

Arms deal seems within reach

Senators see areas to get the deal done, but without Biden’s wish list

Nadal, the legend continues

The Spanish tennis player easily beat Casper Ruud and won his fourteenth title at Roland Garros, where he has never lost a final

Guardian / UK

Johnson’s allies accept that the motion of no confidence in the prime minister is close

Boris Johnson was booed last Friday, during the celebration of the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

The keys that will mark the debate at the ninth Summit of the Americas in the United States

The White House is expected to push through an ambitious immigration plan for the region and a new economic agenda

With a government in shock, Martín Guzmán hurries a tax that Cristina wants

President Alberto Fernández will support the Minister of Economy in this Monday’s announcement, amid tensions in the cabinet

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