Queen Elizabeth II dies, Charles III succeeds

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Elizabeth II became queen in 1952 and was Britain's longest-reigning Ballater (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in Britain's history and...

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...

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...

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...

Turkey calls for a truce between Russia and Ukraine before Erdogan and Putin meet

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Russian President Vladimir Putin meets Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in September Istanbul (AFP) - Turkey called Tuesday for a ceasefire in Ukraine, just days...
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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,...

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) -...

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...

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...

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...
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Fed raises rates again, warns anti-inflation cannot be ‘pain free’

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank "will continue to do so" until inflation falls Washington (AFP) - The US Federal Reserve announced,...

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...

In Nigeria finding value in waste recycling

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There is money in the trash: scrap metal at the Romco recycling plant in Lagos Lagos (AFP) - Heaps of garbage scattered along roads and...

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...

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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)...

Imran Khan suggests army chief’s term should be ‘extended until elections’

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Former Prime Minister and Chief of PTI Imran Khan on Monday proposed extending the term of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed...

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...

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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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...

Midterms 2022: an uncertain election night in the United States

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The suspense lasts in the midterm elections in the United States. For now, each side retains its traditional strongholds. Will the Democrats save their...

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...

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) -...

A strong US dollar is an unstoppable force that puts other currencies at risk

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The US dollar made amazing gains against other currencies amid rising interest rates, bringing back memories of the Asian financial crisis New York (AFP) -...
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Ocean Viking: legal chaos for migrants

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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....

After destroying Florida, Hurricane Ian began to recede

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An aerial photograph taken on September 30, 2022 shows destroyed homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Florida FORT MYERS (United...

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...

Cypriot carob farmers harvest ‘black gold’

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Theophanes Christo, 20, and his grandfather Christos Charalambos, 79 (above the tree) harvest carob from a tree in the village of Asgata, southern Cyprus ASGATA...

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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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...

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...

United States: the special prosecutor “will not investigate impartially”, accuses Donald Trump

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The US Attorney General on Friday appointed a prosecutor to independently investigate the former US president, three days after he announced his intention to...

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...

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) -...
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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...

Ocean Viking: legal chaos for migrants

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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....

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...

Prince Harry Banned From Wearing Military Uniform At The Queen’s Funeral

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Prince Harry has reportedly been banned from wearing his military uniform at events leading up to Queen Elizabeth's funeral, and on the day of...

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...
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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...

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...

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...

The Swedish right prepares to win elections with the gains of the far right

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Swedish Democrats and anti-immigration supporters cheer during the party's election night rally in Nacka, near Stockholm - the party looked set to score its...

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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