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,...

$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...

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...

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...

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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Merrick Garland Urged To Do SOMETHING As Trump Announces He’ll Defy Subpoena

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Attorney General Merrick Garland is being urged to take some kind of action - possibly even issuing a warning - as Donald Trump says...

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...

Covid-19: China is not done with the virus… and with the restrictions

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In China, the Covid-19 is starting again: the epidemic is even at its highest level for six months. No more question therefore of relaxing...

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...

US sues Boeing with misleading investors over 737 Max Safety, fined $200 million

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US regulators say Boeing and its ex-CEO have 'put the profits on people', misleading the public about the safety of the 737 MAX New York...
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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...

Tennis. ATP Ranking: Carlos Alcaraz beats Daniel Medvedev, world number two Casper Rudd

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Spain's Carlos Alcaraz (19) is the new world number one in the ATP rankings after winning the US Open. The throne was deposed by...

Top Democrat urges US to block arms sales to Riyadh

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US Senator Bob Menendez (Democrat of New Jersey) called on Washington to freeze cooperation with Saudi Arabia over its decision to "guarantee" the Russian...

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...

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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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...

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...

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)...

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...

Viking: Faced with legal chaos, migrants are virtually all free

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Justice is overwhelmed, Friday, November 18, because of too many migrant files to process after the Ocean Viking arrived in Toulon a week ago....
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Category 4 Hurricane Ian in Southwest Florida

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At least 125 people have been reported killed as a result of the storm – 120 of them in Florida and five in North...

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...

Death toll rises in Iran protests as internet services are cut off

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The killing of Mahsa Amini, 22, in the custody of the Iranian morality police, sparked a wave of violent demonstrations. Paris (AFP) - At least...

“Ocean Viking”: the Council of State rejects the request to close the temporary waiting...

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The 234 people rescued by the humanitarian boat in the Mediterranean had been transferred to this area, created in a holiday center on the...

The UK housing market has been affected by the budget fallout

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Analysts expect UK house prices to lead into prolonged stagnation London (AFP) - Britain's housing market has been battered by the British government's extravagant budget,...
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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...

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...

Ukraine: what we know about the acts of torture reported in Kherson and described...

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Since the liberation of this large city in the south of the country, testimonies have multiplied, after eight months of occupation by Russian forces. A...

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...

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...
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Canada launches review to legalize cannabis after four years

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Canada has launched a review of its cannabis law, four years after it legalized its recreational use - celebrated by thousands including this man...

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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) -...

Stocks rise, dollar falls before US inflation data

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The dollar fell from its recent highs against the euro, the pound and the yen London (AFP) - Stock markets rose slightly and the dollar...

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...
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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,...

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,...

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...

Canada launches review to legalize cannabis after four years

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Canada has launched a review of its cannabis law, four years after it legalized its recreational use - celebrated by thousands including this man...

Putin vows more ‘heavy’ attacks after Russian missiles hit Ukraine

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Police examine a destroyed car after a rocket attack on the center of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - President Vladimir Putin on...
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No Terminator: Musk provokes ‘helpful’ robots

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Elon Musk says Tesla's human-developed Optimus robot could cost less than $20,000 and end up doing most of the work while people reap the...

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...

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) -...

Matsuyama avoids LIV and sticks to the PGA Tour on the eve of Zozo’s...

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Hideki Matsuyama returns to Japan to play in this week's Zuzu Tournament as the defending champion Enzai (Japan) (AFP) - Hideki Matsuyama said Tuesday that...

Asian markets sway on recession fears as inflation data looms

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Traders look to Tokyo as the yen dips towards the 145.90 level it touched last month, triggering a massive intervention to support the currency. Hong...
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