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...

UK government lifts ban on gas fracking in England

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Protesters set up a fake gas fracking platform in front of both houses of the British Parliament in 2012 London (AFP) - Britain on Thursday...

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...

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...

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...
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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...

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 -...

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...

Germany controls Russian-owned oil refineries

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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...

India: discovering the living bridges of Meghalaya

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In the northeast of India, in a subtropical forest, men have built bridges to cross these vast, sometimes rugged spaces. Living bridges made from...
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Ukraine: Russian soldiers revolt

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

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...

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

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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...

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

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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) -...

Austrians elect president: second round unlikely to be necessary

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Austria holds a presidential election on Sunday that is expected to be won by incumbent Alexander Van der Bellen, seen as a beacon of...
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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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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...

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...

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...

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...

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)...
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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...

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....

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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...

$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...
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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...

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...

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)...

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...

William Burns as Director of the CIA

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CIA Director William Burns (pictured in April 2021) says his life is nothing like James Bond or Jason Bourne, in the first broadcast of...
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Former Congressional Security Chief on Twitter to Shareholders Supporting Musk’s Purchase

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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) -...

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)...

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...

Elon Musk reinstates the accounts of several personalities banned from Twitter, but has “not...

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The former US president was banned from the social network in January 2021, after the Capitol was stormed by his supporters. Elon Musk's Twitter account,...

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...
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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...

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...

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...

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....

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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