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Month: August 2022

German minister vows to back Ukraine ‘no matter what voters think’ — RT World News

German minister vows to back Ukraine ‘no matter what voters think’ — RT World News German FM Annalena Baerbock says supporting Kiev matters more than expected winter unrest Even if Germans take to the...

Olympics attack victims’ families agree on deal with Germany

Olympics attack victims’ families agree on deal with Germany BERLIN — The families of 11 Israeli athletes killed by Palestinian attackers at the 1972 Munich Olympics have reached a deal with Germany over a...

U.N. Experts Plan Perilous Visit to Ukrainian Nuclear Plant Thursday

ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine — An international team of nuclear experts on Wednesday approached the combat zone in Russia’s war on Ukraine, preparing to cross over the front lines on Thursday to inspect the imperiled, Russian-occupied...

IAEA experts arrive in Zaporizhzhia ahead of mission to nuclear plant — Global Issues

IAEA experts arrive in Zaporizhzhia ahead of mission to nuclear plant — Global Issues Speaking to reporters, agency chief Rafael Mariano Grossi expressed confidence that they will be able to safely conduct their technical...

Onset of northern winter could see spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths — Global Issues

Onset of northern winter could see spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths — Global Issues Speaking on Wednesday, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus again beat the drum for vaccination to reduce spread of the disease. ...

‘A very low glass ceiling’: sexism and harassment rife in Australian music, long-awaited report finds | Australian music

More than 50% of respondents to a long-awaited report on sexism and discrimination in Australia’s music industry have experienced sexual harassment or harm in the workplace, with the report’s authors describing their findings as...

WFP helps alleviate stress of pregnancy amidst skyrocketing food prices — Global Issues

WFP helps alleviate stress of pregnancy amidst skyrocketing food prices — Global Issues An ongoing economic crisis and political turmoil have pushed food price inflation to above 90 percent, with a shortage of fuel...

The Time to See Ourselves Only as Climate Victims is Over — Global Issues

The Time to See Ourselves Only as Climate Victims is Over — Global Issues A worker carries trees to be planted during a reforestation project in Nova Mutum, Brazil, 2020. Latin America is one...

Spokesman: Vessel runs aground, briefly blocking Suez Canal

Spokesman: Vessel runs aground, briefly blocking Suez Canal CAIRO — An oil tanker ran aground Wednesday in Egypt’s Suez Canal, briefly blocking the global waterway, an official said. The Singaporean-flagged Affinity V vessel had...

India quarterly growth rises to 13.5% after pandemic slump

India quarterly growth rises to 13.5% after pandemic slump NEW DELHI — India’s economy grew by 13.5% in the April-June quarter from a year earlier, pushed up by a boost in agriculture and manufacturing...