Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ wins Toronto festival top prize

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LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Steven Spielberg's new film "The Fabelmans" earned its spot as the first Academy Awards nominee Sunday by winning the first...

US President Joe Biden addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly

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United Nations (United States) (AFP) - Pressure mounted on Vladimir Putin Wednesday after his decision to send reservists to Ukraine sparked protests, hundreds arrested...

Leclerc fastest in final wet road training for Singapore Grand Prix

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Ferrari's Charles Leclerc during final training for the Singapore Grand Prix Singapore (AFP) Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was the fastest in training for a shorter final...

AFC Asian Cup Final: Shadab Khan takes responsibility for Sri Lanka defeat

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After losing to Sri Lanka in the AFC Asian Cup Final, the multi-level player, Shadab Khan, took on some sportsmanship, taking responsibility for losing...

Midterms 2022: Republicans ahead in the House of Representatives, very tight battle for the...

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The Republicans had a good thirty seats ahead of the lower house of the American Congress on Wednesday morning, while the two parties are...
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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...

The United States should be “on the table” in the field of semiconductors: Blinken

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US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken speaks during a State Department function talk at Purdue University, on September 13, 2022, in West Lafayette, Indiana. West...

Austrians elect president: second round unlikely to be necessary

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Austria holds a presidential election on Sunday that is expected to be won by incumbent Alexander Van der Bellen, seen as a beacon of...

Far-right eyes historic victory with Italy vote

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Brussels and financial markets are watching the Italian elections closely, amid fears they may be the latest to veer to the hard right Rome (AFP)...

Street boats, cars at sea: Fort Myers beach hit by Ian

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Hurricane Ian left parts of Fort Myers Beach, Florida completely devastated FORT MYERS BEACH (United States) (AFP) - As Pete Belinda and his wife walked...
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Winter power shortage won’t worry the Swiss Valley off the grid

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Seaview (Switzerland) (AFP) - As people across Europe are urged to save energy next winter to avoid a power shortage, Switzerland's Bavuna Valley is...

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...

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...

Swiss vote on factory farm bans and pension reform

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In 2020, women in Switzerland, on average, received approximately 35% lower pensions than men GENEVA (AFP) - Switzerland voted Sunday on a number of issues,...

Ukraine: what to remember from Friday, November 18

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As the snow begins to fall on the country, Kyiv has asked for "additional support" from the EU to deal with the energy crisis...
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Blue Origin’s unmanned rocket crashes in setback for space tourism

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Blue Origin tweeted a video showing the moment the capsule fired emergency thrusters to separate from its booster Washington (AFP) - An unmanned rocket carrying...

Looking to victory, Italy’s right rallies before the vote

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The Italian brothers, led by Giorgia Meloni, were leading in the opinion polls two weeks before Election Day Rome (AFP) - Italy's right-wing parties are...

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...

Apple has been fined again in Brazil for selling phones without chargers

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In Brazil, the court awarded Apple 20 million USD on Thursday. fine for selling its iPhone smartphones without chargers, a practice the judge called...

Strong quake strikes eastern Taiwan, tsunami threat lifted

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Taipei (AFP) - A strong earthquake struck southeast Taiwan on Sunday, killing at least one person, destroying a few buildings and destroying roads -...
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Electric cars at the Detroit Auto Show? Consumers have questions

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At the Detroit Auto Show earlier this month, General Motors showed off its new electric vehicles, including the Chevrolet Silverado RST EV. DETROIT (AFP) -...

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...

Millions of tons of water flooded the streets of Spain!

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The damage is extensive and emergency crews are still on the scene. 135 l/m2 of precipitation fell in less than an hour. Firefighters were immediately involved...

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...

Iraq’s ancient ruins open to tourism after ISIS atrocities

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Five years after the defeat of ISIS, the first group of tourists visited the archaeological site of Hatra in northern Iraq Hatra (Iraq) (AFP) -...
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Silicon Valley billionaire Milner renounces Russian citizenship

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Moscow-born venture capital firm Yuri Milner has donated at least $11 million to help refugees from Ukraine San Francisco (AFP) - Silicon Valley billionaire...

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Pressure builds after World Bank chief dodges questions about climate

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World Bank President David Malpass has been accused of being a "climate denier" after refusing to answer whether he believed human-made emissions contributed to...

The European Union cuts energy use and taxation of energy companies

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The European Union plans to cut energy use by "at least five percent" during peak hours, according to a commission document seen by AFP. Brussels...

William Burns as Director of the CIA

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CIA Director William Burns (pictured in April 2021) says his life is nothing like James Bond or Jason Bourne, in the first broadcast of...
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Annual US inflation eased in August – but it probably won’t be enough

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High prices have forced Americans to spend a larger share of their income on basic goods High prices have forced Americans to spend a larger...

Apple has been fined again in Brazil for selling phones without chargers

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In Brazil, the court awarded Apple 20 million USD on Thursday. fine for selling its iPhone smartphones without chargers, a practice the judge called...

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...

Swiss vote on factory farm bans and pension reform

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In 2020, women in Switzerland, on average, received approximately 35% lower pensions than men GENEVA (AFP) - Switzerland voted Sunday on a number of issues,...

The UN summit personally returns to a world of divisions

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, speaking ahead of the General Assembly leaders summit, said the divisions in the world are "the widest since at least...
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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...

Germany seizes subsidiaries of Russian energy company

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By controlling German Rosneft's operations, Berlin can operate refineries using crude oil from countries other than Russia Berlin (AFP) - Berlin on Friday took control...

DIRECT. War in Ukraine: “We will be with you” until “Ukraine wins”, says British...

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Rishi Sunak traveled to the Ukrainian capital on Saturday to "confirm UK support" for the country. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky...

The locals are silent in mourning for her dear neighbour Queen Elizabeth

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Total silence greeted Queen Elizabeth II's motorcade as it passed through the remote Scottish village near the much-loved Balmoral Castle today, as thousands lined...

New US citizens take oath on Ellis Island

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New American citizens take an oath during a naturalization service on Ellis Island, a highly symbolic spot for the ceremony Ellis Island (United States) (AFP)...
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Ukraine: a first train from kyiv arrives in Kherson, a week after the withdrawal...

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A week after the withdrawal of Russian troops, the railway line between kyiv and Kherson resumed service on Friday, November 18. A week after the...

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...

Tunisian ‘hanging garden’ farms cling on despite drought

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High in the hills of northwest Tunisia, farmers plant thousands of fig trees with a unique system of terraces that they hope will protect...

Ukraine: what to remember from Friday, November 18

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As the snow begins to fall on the country, Kyiv has asked for "additional support" from the EU to deal with the energy crisis...

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...
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