Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/17/23)

Today is Tuesday and wow, the news is off to quite a dense start this year.

Italy's most-wanted Mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro arrested in Sicily (BBC)

Germany’s Baerbock proposes special tribunal to prosecute Russian leadership (Politico)

Expanded U.S. training for Ukraine forces begins in Germany (NPR)

The U.N. confirms civilian deaths in Ukraine have surpassed 7,000, but says the real toll is far higher. (NYT)

Republican ex-state House candidate arrested for allegedly orchestrating shootings at homes of Democrats in New Mexico, police say (CNN)

So McCarthy just gave away... everything. House Republicans prepare emergency plan for breaching debt limit (WaPo)

UGH: Rishi Sunak blocks Scotland’s gender recognition legislation (The Guardian)

Telehealth and mail-order medications expand abortion access in NH (NH Bulletin)

Excavators say they've found a previously unknown Egyptian royal tomb in Luxor (NPR)

Unraveling the Secrets of the Sarcophagi Found Beneath Notre-Dame Cathedral (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

‘Fear Still Remains’: Ukraine Finds Sexual Crimes Where Russian Troops Ruled (NYT)

What the January 6th Report Is Missing (New Yorker)

China’s covid explosion: How the country went from ‘zero-covid’ to millions of cases a day (Grid)

Like Uber, but for Militias (The Atlantic)

Crime and the City: Karachi (CrimeReads)

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