Historic Monza stun troubled Juve, Atalanta return to summit with Roma win

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Christian Getkear (2ndR back) celebrates after scoring his first Serie A goal Monza (Italy) (AFP) - Monza plunged Juventus into a new crisis on Sunday...

Casper Ruud in the US Open final after his victory over Karen Khachanov

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Casper Ruud qualified this Friday evening for the final of the US Open. The Norwegian dominated Russian Karen Khachanov 7-6 (7/5), 6-2, 5-7, 6-2. After...

Ford electric motor reinvents historic Michigan plant

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The cab is lowered onto the tire of a battery-powered F-150 Lightning truck at Ford's Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan. Dearborn (United States)...

Ethiopia’s Tigray rebels say they are ready for African Union-led peace talks

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Both sides accused each other of violating the armistice that has been in place since late March Nairobi (AFP) - Ethiopia's Tigray rebels said Sunday...

Worcester boss fears for crisis rugby club’s future

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Worcester warning - Rugby manager Steve Diamond says the future of the cash-strapped Premier League club is in the balance. London (AFP) - Worcester's rugby...
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The dollar extends its rally in 2022 as the market awaits key US inflation...

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New York (AFP) - The dollar extended its notable run for 2022 on Monday, a bullish push after the latest strong US jobs data...

Cypriot carob farmers harvest ‘black gold’

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Theophanes Christo, 20, and his grandfather Christos Charalambos, 79 (above the tree) harvest carob from a tree in the village of Asgata, southern Cyprus ASGATA...

He waited 23 years and now he will know if he is the son...

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“This goes back to a small town, Santa Rosa de Leales, 50 kilometers from San Miguel from Tucuman. And, as in all small towns, gossip...

Bank of England expands measures on UK ‘financial stability’ concerns

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The Bank of England is responding to high UK bond yields since the government unveiled debt-driven tax cuts London (AFP) - The Bank of England...

Scotland beat Ukraine to boost Nations League bid

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Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes celebrates after scoring against Ukraine Glasgow (AFP) - Scotland boosted their bid for promotion to the United Nations League and got...
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Ukraine condemns Russia as a “terrorist state” at UN meeting

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The UN General Assembly was scheduled to discuss Russia's annexation of four Ukrainian regions, but the deadly Russian air attack on several cities in...

Ukraine: Russian soldiers revolt

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Of the 570 Russian soldiers sent to the front near Luhansk, Ukraine, only 40 members of this battalion are said to have survived. In...

Dream come true’: Japan reopens to tourists

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Japan reopens its doors to tourists after two and a half years of tough Covid restrictions, and travelers flock to it TOKYO (AFP) - Japan...

Young hacker tricks his way into the Uber system

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A hacker claiming to be 18 has posted screenshots taken from inside Uber computers San Francisco (AFP) - Uber said Friday it is investigating a...

North Korea fires ballistic missiles for the fourth time this week

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South Korean and US officials have warned for months that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is preparing to conduct another nuclear test Seoul (AFP)...
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Ford electric motor reinvents historic Michigan plant

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The cab is lowered onto the tire of a battery-powered F-150 Lightning truck at Ford's Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan. Dearborn (United States)...

Ligue 1 – 11th day: Lens wins with difficulty against Montpellier (1-0) and takes...

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LIGUE 1 – It wasn't their best game of the season, but RC Lens still managed to take the three points. Driven by a...

The Swedish right prepares to win elections with the gains of the far right

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Swedish Democrats and anti-immigration supporters cheer during the party's election night rally in Nacka, near Stockholm - the party looked set to score its...

Elizabeth II: trouble, strife and family life

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Queen Elizabeth II gave birth to Prince Charles in 1948 when she was a 22-year-old princess London (AFP) - As queen, Elizabeth II’s family life...

Queen Elizabeth II dies, Charles III succeeds

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Elizabeth II became queen in 1952 and was Britain's longest-reigning Ballater (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in Britain's history and...
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Fed raises rates again, warns anti-inflation cannot be ‘pain free’

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank "will continue to do so" until inflation falls Washington (AFP) - The US Federal Reserve announced,...

Russian forces “besieged” near the main town of Ukraine in the annexed area

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Russian President Vladimir Putin held a grand ceremony in the Kremlin Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - Ukraine announced Saturday that it has cordoned off several thousand...

Imran Khan suggests army chief’s term should be ‘extended until elections’

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Former Prime Minister and Chief of PTI Imran Khan on Monday proposed extending the term of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed...

After destroying Florida, Hurricane Ian began to recede

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An aerial photograph taken on September 30, 2022 shows destroyed homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Florida FORT MYERS (United...

Hong Kong leader says he “mocks” US sanctions

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The arrival of the mega yacht owned by the Russian oligarchs in Hong Kong has sparked controversy over sanctions HONG KONG (AFP) - Hong Kong's...
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Eastern Canada looks to clean up as Storm Fiona calms

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Damage caused by Fiona in the Burnt Islands in Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada MONTREAL (AFP) - Parts of eastern Canada woke up to damage...

Steep Fed rate hike seen as certainty after ugly inflation data

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said policy makers must continue to act aggressively to curb the raging price pressures that are putting pressure on...

German bakeries struggle to survive as costs rise

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Bakeries in Germany were among the businesses hit hard by the economic fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine BEILITZ (Germany) (AFP) - Faced with an...

Craig Ervine returns for the T20 World Cup

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Irvine returns from a hamstring injury. © Getty Zimbabwe on Thursday (September 15, 2022) announced its 15-member squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup in...

Biden visits queen’s coffin as UK counts down to funeral

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London (AFP) - US President Joe Biden paid his last respects in London to Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday, as it was time for...
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How the Queen’s death followed the evidence of misinformation

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People walk past a giant portrait of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II at Spitfields Market, London, on September 16, 2022 Washington (AFP) - The death of...

Stocks and oil prices fall on recession fears

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Fear is growing that further large interest rate increases will push economies into a deep recession. The mood also prevailed, with the worsening war...

Oregon ignites the last major wildfires that swept the western United States

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CalFire firefighters move away from the fire to monitor any stray embers during the firing process to build a Fairview fire containment line near...

Mixed day for stocks as European inflation rises

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A woman holds a torch during a demonstration against rising energy prices and the increasing cost of living during a national demonstration in Brussels...

Woman Killed by Shark While Snorkeling on Vacation

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A family vacation ends in tragedy when a Pennsylvania mother is attacked and killed by a bull shark. Caroline Deplacido and her family arrived...
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Chan Masoud was chosen for the T20 World Cup. Fakhar Zaman is missing

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Pakistan has called up left-back Shan Masood for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Masoud, 32, will replace Fakhar Zaman, who will be in reserve...

North Korean law allows first nuclear strike and makes program irreversible!

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KCNA photo of North Korean Hwasong-15 ballistic missiles during a military parade in Pyongyang Seoul (AFP) - North Korea has passed a law allowing it...

Facebook whistleblower launched a non-profit organization to deal with big tech

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The first project of a new non-profit organization launched by Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen will be to create an open source database of the...

Eurozapping: inflation pushes to fly in the UK, Banksy paints in Ukraine

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In the United Kingdom, it is one of the consequences of inflation, at its highest for 40 years. Filmed by a CCTV camera: thefts...

United States: the special prosecutor “will not investigate impartially”, accuses Donald Trump

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The US Attorney General on Friday appointed a prosecutor to independently investigate the former US president, three days after he announced his intention to...
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Military coup in Burkina Faso as military officers overthrow the leader of the junta

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In Ouagadougou, protesters demanded the departure of junta leader Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaugo Damiba. Ouagadougou (AFP) - Military officers have seized control of Burkina Faso, claiming...

Japan to lift COVID restrictions on foreign tourists from October

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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida (2-L) poses with John Tuttle (R), Vice Chairman of the NYSE Group, before the closing bell at the New...

UK government lifts ban on gas fracking in England

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Protesters set up a fake gas fracking platform in front of both houses of the British Parliament in 2012 London (AFP) - Britain on Thursday...

Elon Musk reinstates the accounts of several personalities banned from Twitter, but has “not...

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The former US president was banned from the social network in January 2021, after the Capitol was stormed by his supporters. Elon Musk's Twitter account,...

Stocks plummet, dollar jumps as US inflation picks up

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Despite the welcome decline in US gasoline prices, food, housing and car prices continued to rise New York (AFP) - Stock markets fell while the...
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