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...

China doubles down on coal as energy crunch bites

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Coal loading onto trains at a coal plant in Huaibei, east China's Anhui Province, on June 23, 2022 - Coal power still makes up...

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...

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...

US Federal Reserve raises key interest rate as recession fears escalate

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The US Federal Reserve announced its interest rate decision as concerns grow that aggressive measures could push the economy into recession next year. Washington (AFP)...
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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) -...

United States: an independent prosecutor appointed to investigate Donald Trump

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The American billionaire reacted on Friday, denouncing a "political" and "unfair" appointment. Donald Trump, in Palm Beach (Florida), November 15, 2022. (AFP) US Attorney General...

China: despite the resumption of Covid-19, Beijing regains its marathon after three years of...

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Between 15,000 and 20,000 people took the start of the Beijing marathon on Sunday, November 6, in Tiananmen Square. Apart from the parenthesis of...

Portugal: a short-lived upturn

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"European Micro" examines a social phenomenon in Portugal today, the theft of food in hypermarkets. Families with young children and elderly people cannot feed...

Russia-Ukraine war: Poland summons Russian ambassador after saying ‘Russian-made missile’ caused explosion – live

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Poland says ‘Russian-made missile’ caused explosion The Polish foreign ministry has said that a “Russian-made missile” was responsible for killing two people in the...
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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...

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...

Former Congressional Security Chief on Twitter to Shareholders Supporting Musk’s Purchase

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Peiter "Mudge" Zatko, Twitter's former head of security, says company executives have ignored warnings he's raised about the safety of user data. Washington (AFP) -...

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...

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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Western arms production ramps up as Ukraine burns stockpiles

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The use of artillery in the Ukraine war is depleting Western ammunition stocks Washington (AFP) - Western governments are mobilizing arms manufacturers to ramp up...

Portugal: a short-lived upturn

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"European Micro" examines a social phenomenon in Portugal today, the theft of food in hypermarkets. Families with young children and elderly people cannot feed...

Russia bombards Ukraine before G7 meeting, Kyiv calls for air defences

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Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - Russia said on Tuesday it had launched mass strikes on Ukraine, hours before a meeting of G7 leaders whom Kyiv...

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...

Russia-Ukraine war: Poland summons Russian ambassador after saying ‘Russian-made missile’ caused explosion – live

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Poland says ‘Russian-made missile’ caused explosion The Polish foreign ministry has said that a “Russian-made missile” was responsible for killing two people in the...
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New Age Alcaraz wins the US Open and becomes the youngest player in the...

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New York (AFP) - Spain's Carlos Alcaraz won his first Grand Slam title at the US Open on Sunday, becoming the youngest player to...

Judge Smacks Down Steve Bannon’s Lawyers’ Attempts To Slow Roll Trial

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Steve Bannon's attorneys tried to get a judge to delay the upcoming trial in New York for the We Build The Wall fraud scheme,...

Xi and Putin look to challenge global order at regional summit

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping called for global order change at a summit challenging Western influence.Samarkand (Uzbekistan) (AFP) Russian President...

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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Eurozapping: Inflation hits UK and Germany, Spain remembers oil spill

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In England, the BBC is interested in the inflation that affects precarious families. In Bristol, Samuel lives alone with his two children on the...

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...

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 -...

The best way to take care of health

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The term health care is frequently repeated, and is often associated with eating healthy food and avoiding smoking, but the concept of health care...

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,...
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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...

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,...

Marjorie Taylor Greene Threatens Kevin McCarthy To Give Her ‘A Lot Of Power’ After...

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In a recent interview with The New York Times, Marjorie Taylor Greene issued what could easily be seen as a threat against Republican leader...

Pakistan gets Shaheen Afridi fitness boost ahead of World Cup

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Pakistan will boost their T20 World Cup finals with bowler Shaheen Afridi's return from injury Karachi (AFP) - Pakistan's captain, Shaheen Shah Afridi, will be...

$10,000 Reward Offered For Locating Woman That Lured Migrants Onto Martha’s Vineyard Flights

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The League Of United Latin American Citizens is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone that can locate Perla Huerta, the woman that lured the...
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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...

Afghan women demand action at UN

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GENEVA: Afghan women made an impassioned appeal at the United Nations on Monday for strong international action to tackle "gender apartheid" in their country...

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...

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,...

Hurricanes: have the coasts of Florida become unlivable?

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Florida is frequently hit by successive hurricanes. Do the thousands of inhabitants still want to rebuild and live again with this risk? Trip Valigorsky's house,...
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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...

Lawsuit Claims Biden’s Student Loan Debt Relief Plan Is Somehow Racist

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A new lawsuit has been filed to stop President Biden's student loan debt relief program, and the taxpayer group that initiated the suit claims...

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...

United States: Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos and fallen star of Silicon Valley, sentenced...

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The 38-year-old entrepreneur claimed to have developed a revolutionary machine for performing blood tests. The scam was exposed in 2015. Elizabeth Holmes, on November 18,...

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...
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