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...

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) -...

UN accuses Taliban of harassing female employees in Afghanistan

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The Taliban have imposed strict rules on the behavior of women in Afghanistan since their return to power in 2021, particularly with regard to...

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)...

“It will take decades to clear everything”: in Ukraine, painstaking work to neutralize the...

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An area equivalent to a third of France is polluted by the deadly traps represented by mines and other remnants of the fighting. The...
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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...

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...

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...

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,...

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...
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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...

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...

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 -...

Oprah’s ‘Sidney’ shows how Poitier redefined Hollywood

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The late Sidney Poitier forever changed the concept of what a black man could be on the world stage, Oprah Winfrey and Reginald Hudlin...

Tutankhamun: 100 years of fascination and mysteries around the young pharaoh

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Exactly 100 years ago, the British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered, on November 4, 1922, the tomb of Tutankhamun. A site that continues to fascinate.It...
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White lines in the body causes and treatment

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White lines are one of the most important problems that a very large group of girls and women suffer from at the present time,...

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...

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...

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...

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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$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...

France’s Total Energy pumps $1.5 billion into Qatari gas

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France's Total Energy plans to pump $1.5 billion into boosting gas production from Qatar's huge North Field, on top of more than $2 billion...

Rainy weather does not dampen the enthusiasm of Indonesian visitors

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The rainy weather did not prevent the public from crowding into the Borobudur temple area to enjoy the third day of the Indonesian Speaking...

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...

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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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)...

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...

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...

UN urges ‘complete transformation’ of global energy system

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The Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River in Arizona has been suffering from drought for several years amid fears of affecting local water...

Gabon: a forest monitored and protected by the inhabitants

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Gabon is 90% forest. Hundreds of men watch and protect her. While the animals are victims of poaching, the trees are threatened by timber...
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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...

US stocks drop, dollar gains as Federal Reserve unveils latest major interest rate hike

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell vowed to do what it takes to control inflation as the central bank raised interest rates again New York (AFP)...

UN raises death toll from Kabul classroom bombing to 35 as women protest ‘genocide’

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The death toll of the United Nations mission in the attack on the Kaj Higher Education Center is much higher than the death toll...

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...

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...
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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...

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...

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 -...

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...

Meloni motivates his supporters as the right looks to Italy for a historic victory

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Matteo Salvini, Silvio Berlusconi and Georgia Meloni appear poised to win Sunday's election in Italy as part of a right-wing coalition Rome (AFP) - Georgia...
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Gabon: a forest monitored and protected by the inhabitants

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Gabon is 90% forest. Hundreds of men watch and protect her. While the animals are victims of poaching, the trees are threatened by timber...

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...

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...

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...

African Union condemns recent coup in Burkina Faso

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Troops are still guarding the National Television Center after Burkina Faso's second coup this year Ouagadougou (AFP) - The African Union on Saturday condemned the...
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