After destroying Florida, Hurricane Ian began to recede

0
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...

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

0
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) -...

The locals are silent in mourning for her dear neighbour Queen Elizabeth

0
Total silence greeted Queen Elizabeth II's motorcade as it passed through the remote Scottish village near the much-loved Balmoral Castle today, as thousands lined...

Ethiopia: First UN food aid convoy to Tigray since ceasefire

0
Fifteen trucks entered this region on Wednesday, where 5.4 million people are in food distress according to the World Food Programme. A truck chartered by...

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

0
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...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

White lines in the body causes and treatment

0
White lines are one of the most important problems that a very large group of girls and women suffer from at the present time,...

US Federal Reserve raises key interest rate as recession fears escalate

0
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)...

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

0
Paris (AFP) - The French government threatened on Tuesday to forcibly break the blockade of refineries and oil depots, which have paralyzed striking workers,...

The American trio, including former Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke, won the Nobel Prize in...

0
Stockholm (AFP) - The US trio, including former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, who played a key role in fighting the 2008 financial crisis,...

Facebook whistleblower launched a non-profit organization to deal with big tech

0
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...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

Annual US inflation eased in August – but it probably won’t be enough

0
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...

Steep Fed rate hike seen as certainty after ugly inflation data

0
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said policy makers must continue to act aggressively to curb the raging price pressures that are putting pressure on...

The US gets a voice in an epic battle with Apple

0
Lawyers for Epic Games and Fortnite maker Apple will face off in an appeal hearing over strict App Store censorship, and lawyers for the...

He waited 23 years and now he will know if he is the son...

0
“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...

Germany seizes subsidiaries of Russian energy company

0
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...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

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

0
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) -...

Nuclear: Greenpeace denounces the “scandalous” continuation of the uranium

0
The NGO calls in particular for the termination of contracts with the Russian group Rosatom and its subsidiaries. The Rosatom group stand at the World...

Asian markets sway on recession fears as inflation data looms

0
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...

Russia begins mobilizing forces to fight Ukraine

0
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, or surrendered, urging Russians to resist Vladimir Putin's partial mobilization. Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - Moscow began a mandatory troop recall...

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

0
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...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

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

0
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...

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

0
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...

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

0
In England, the BBC is interested in the inflation that affects precarious families. In Bristol, Samuel lives alone with his two children on the...

Ford electric motor reinvents historic Michigan plant

0
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)...

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

0
Justice is overwhelmed, Friday, November 18, because of too many migrant files to process after the Ocean Viking arrived in Toulon a week ago....
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

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

0
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,...

Ethiopia’s Tigray rebels say they are ready for African Union-led peace talks

0
Both sides accused each other of violating the armistice that has been in place since late March Nairobi (AFP) - Ethiopia's Tigray rebels said Sunday...

Ukraine: Russian soldiers revolt

0
Of the 570 Russian soldiers sent to the front near Luhansk, Ukraine, only 40 members of this battalion are said to have survived. In...

Ukraine regains more territory as Russia responds

0
KRAMATorsk (Ukraine) (AFP) - Ukraine said on Monday its forces had retaken more territory in the past 24 hours and recaptured an area seven...

Japan to lift COVID restrictions on foreign tourists from October

0
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...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

Germany controls Russian-owned oil refineries

0
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...

Top Democrat urges US to block arms sales to Riyadh

0
US Senator Bob Menendez (Democrat of New Jersey) called on Washington to freeze cooperation with Saudi Arabia over its decision to "guarantee" the Russian...

The losses caused by Hurricane Ian, in the billions, will slow down growth in...

0
Residents of mobile homes clean up debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida, on September 29, 2022 New York (AFP) -...

Ukraine: nearly half of the national energy system is “out of order”, warns kyiv

0
As the snow begins to fall on the country, Ukraine on Friday asked for "additional support" from the EU to deal with this energy...

Casper Ruud in the US Open final after his victory over Karen Khachanov

0
Casper Ruud qualified this Friday evening for the final of the US Open. The Norwegian dominated Russian Karen Khachanov 7-6 (7/5), 6-2, 5-7, 6-2. After...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

The best way to take care of health

0
The term health care is frequently repeated, and is often associated with eating healthy food and avoiding smoking, but the concept of health care...

Cypriot carob farmers harvest ‘black gold’

0
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...

UN urges ‘complete transformation’ of global energy system

0
The Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River in Arizona has been suffering from drought for several years amid fears of affecting local water...

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

0
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...

Pressure builds after World Bank chief dodges questions about climate

0
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...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ

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

0
The US dollar made amazing gains against other currencies amid rising interest rates, bringing back memories of the Asian financial crisis New York (AFP) -...

Drop KL Rahul and other changes India’s team will have to make in play...

0
(Image source: Twitter) India's Rohit Sharma ended with the 2022 AFC Asian Cup. It was a disastrous campaign but every disaster comes with its fair...

Swiss vote on factory farm bans and pension reform

0
In 2020, women in Switzerland, on average, received approximately 35% lower pensions than men GENEVA (AFP) - Switzerland voted Sunday on a number of issues,...

The European Union cuts energy use and taxation of energy companies

0
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...

Chan Masoud was chosen for the T20 World Cup. Fakhar Zaman is missing

0
Pakistan has called up left-back Shan Masood for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Masoud, 32, will replace Fakhar Zaman, who will be in reserve...
- Advertisement -

MUST READ