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,...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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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...

France threatens to break the blockade of refineries in the face of strike

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Paris (AFP) - The French government threatened on Tuesday to forcibly break the blockade of refineries and oil depots, which have paralyzed striking workers,...

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...

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)...

Markets are falling as central banks raise interest rates

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The Bank of England said the British economy had entered a recession as it raised interest rates again to combat inflation New York (AFP) -...
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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...

Thousands evacuated as typhoon pounds Japan

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Typhoon Nanmadol brought torrential rain, high waves and strong winds to southern Japan Minamata (Japan) (AFP) - Thousands took shelter in southwest Japan on Sunday...

Stocks extend losses due to recession fears

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FedEx results gave bad news about the state of the broader economy, sending Wall Street open lower New York (AFP) - Stock markets fell further...

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

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...

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,...

Twitch blocks gambling streams as addiction fears mount

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Amazon-owned Twitch calls to avoid betting on the video game streaming platform have gone viral on Twitter with the hashtag #StopTwitchGambling SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) -...

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...
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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...

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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...

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...

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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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...

Thousands evacuated as typhoon pounds Japan

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Typhoon Nanmadol brought torrential rain, high waves and strong winds to southern Japan Minamata (Japan) (AFP) - Thousands took shelter in southwest Japan on Sunday...

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...

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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...
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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...

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...

The Magelang Regency Government encourages creativity and innovation through cultural carnival activities

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The Magelang Regency Government will continue to encourage any activities including the cultural carnival as an effort to promote creativity and innovation in the...

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,...

40% Of Republicans Prepared To Claim Voter Fraud If Their Favorite Candidates Don’t Win

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A new poll has found that 40% of Republicans are already prepared to claim that the election was stolen if their favorite candidates don't...
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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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Iran vows ‘decisive action’ in wave of women-led protests

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Iranian female protesters remove their headscarves during a demonstration in the city of Savah, in an image taken from an online video made available...

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Friday, November 18, due to lack of time and resources, justice was unable to process all the files of migrants from the Ocean Viking....

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...

“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...

Zelensky calls on the world to punish Russia as Biden seeks to court the...

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky appears on the screen as he addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly United Nations (United States) (AFP)...
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