Ø  Developing Nations Have a Message at Global Climate Talks: Polluters, Pay UpØ  Tracking the Climate Toll as Leaders Meet

Ø  At COP27, flood-battered Pakistan leads push to make polluting countries pay

Ø  Pakistan FM seeks compensation for damages caused by floods

Ø  The U.S. and China might resume climate talks soon, Jerry Brown says

Ø  Pakistan Leads Charge for Climate Justice at COP27

Ø  INSIGHT: Iran’s Transfer of Weaponry to Russia for Use in Ukraine

Ø  In Afghanistan, Was a Loss Better than Peace?

Ø  Treaty against fossil fuels floated at U.N. climate summit

Ø  IAEA ensures nuclear safety and stability amid global crises: General Assembly President

Ø  COP27: ‘Zero tolerance for green washing’, Guterres says as new report cracks down on empty net-zero pledges

Ø  ‘Cooperate or perish’: At COP27 UN chief calls for Climate Solidarity Pact, urges tax on oil companies to finance loss and damage

Ø  Climate change much deadlier than cancer in some places, UNDP data shows

Ø  UNDP Climate Data Base: Human Climate Horizons


Ø  EU asylum applications reach ‘new high’ since 2015Ø  India’s foreign minister touches down in Moscow for key trade talks

Ø  Russian ambassador welcomes US move to lift financial restrictions on Russian diplomatic missions

Ø  Russia to fill Taliban in on outcome of Moscow’s Afghan consultations, says Lavrov

Ø  US to buy S Korea artillery shells for Ukraine, adds $400m in aid

Ø  Russia is coming under ‘heavy pressure’ in Ukraine, NATO chief says

Ø  Russia abandons Kherson city and digs in farther east

Ø  Russia’s security chief discusses Ukraine, trade on visit to Iran

Ø  Turkey demands Sweden take concrete steps prior to NATO approval

Ø  Hungary to oppose sanctions against Russian nuclear energy, says top diplomat

Ø  North Korea dismisses claims of weapons shipment to Russia

Ø  Russia to present ideas on gas cooperation with Turkey, grain supplies at G20

Ø  Putin says 50,000 Russian reservists deployed

Ø  Russian mercenary force Wagner opens first official headquarters

Ø  European Parliament approves Croatia’s admission to Schengen zone

Ø  Ukraine boosts political ties in Southeast Asia with peace treaty


Ø  SBP Weekly Data ReportØ  Exports to swell following exit from FATF grey list

Ø  Deepening crises

Ø  Pakistan likely to receive $450m loan from World Bank

Ø  Explainer: How will a transition to interest-free banking work?

Ø  On growing hope and despair

Ø  RDA inflows fall in October

Ø  Federal deficit widens to Rs1tr

Ø  China, Saudi Arabia to provide $13bn financial package: Dar

Ø  Dar’s dilemma: challenges on external front persist

Ø  Govt mulls measures to improve revenues, end rupee volatility ahead of IMF meet

Ø  Potential of renewable energy in Pakistan is yet to be fully explored

Ø  Phase out subsidies to bring efficiency to agri-food system: WB

Ø  World Bank to extend $3bn for power sector development

Ø  Internally Displaced People: A social-cultural-technical challenge

Ø  Oil jumps by about 2% as China eases COVID curbs

Ø  Pakistan at COP27 demands climate aid, says ‘dystopia’ already here

Ø  Pakistan needs $348bn for climate and development challenges: WB

Ø  Climate change: time is running out

Ø  COP27: world stage for impactful climate change?

Ø  At COP27 summit, PM Shehbaz seeks climate compensation, debt relief for Pakistan

Ø  Climate change adaptation requires significant infrastructure investment: WTO

Ø  Vulnerable nations publish climate spending wish-lists