Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/18/23)

Today is . . . Wednesday.

Ukraine’s minister for internal affairs and at least three children are killed in a helicopter crash near Kyiv. (NYT)

Assailants Shoot Dead 30-Year-Old Female Afghan Politician in Her Home (Vice)

Vietnam president quits amid anti-corruption drive (The Guardian)

Two Years Behind Bars, Unbroken Navalny Says Russia's 'Murk Will Disappear' (RFE)

Turkish medical group leader sentenced to prison after urging chemical weapons probe (NPR)

China's population falls for first time since 1961 (BBC)

James Webb Telescope Confirms the Existence of Its First Exoplanet (Smithsonian)

California’s Devastating Storms Are a Glimpse of the Future (New Yorker)

Citizen research sheds light on Black history in the Monadnock Region (NHPR)

A mass exodus from Christianity is underway in America. Here’s why. (Grid)

And some longer reads:

Moscow’s war in Ukraine brought harsh tactics against gay Russians at home (WaPo)

China's authorities are quietly rounding up people who protested against COVID rules (NPR)

How Biden’s and Trump’s classified document cases compare, according to a former top classified records overseer (Grid)

‘There are so many unsolved murders’: the true-crime podcasters reviving cold cases (The Guardian)

The Portrait Hung in Joan Didion’s Home. But Who Painted It? (NYT)

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