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Incoming Taiwan president Lai to pledge steady approach to relationship with China

Taiwan’s next president, Lai Ching-te, will pledge to secure stability by maintaining the status quo in the island’s relationship with China in his inauguration speech...

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Invest $10,000 in This Dividend Stock for $1,500.50 in Passive Income

If you have $10,000 to invest, then you likely want a core asset you can set and forget. Which is why this investment is the...

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Operation Smiling Buddha: All You Need to Know About India’s 1st Nuclear Test in 1974; Top 10 Quotes

About 50 years ago, in a secret mission, India made history when it became the first country outside the five permanent members of the United...

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Throwing cash in the air – Nigeria’s wedding dilemma

Spraying money - flinging cash at the happy couple - is a highlight of many ceremonies but is...

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Throwing cash in the air – Nigeria’s wedding dilemma

Spraying money - flinging cash at the happy couple - is a highlight of many ceremonies but is...

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Hug between Putin and Xi comes as ‘no surprise’ to John Kirby

White House national security communications adviser John Kirby reacted Friday to a hug shared between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Kirby offered...

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Premier Ford asks federal government to pause safe supply programs

‘Due to Health Canada’s siloed approval process, the province is completely in the dark about where these federally approved sites are operating,’ premier writes The federal...

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Recall of Indian spices abroad: Ethylene Oxide not pesticide, says spice federation

Recently, the Ministry of Commerce, while reiterating guidelines for EtO treatment to exporters, had said in a statement, “The Spice Board India has taken steps...

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Putin tightens war machine

Putin named economist Andrei Belousov as Moscow’s defense chief, replacing long-serving Sergei Shoigu. Shoigu, in turn, was made secretary of Russia’s security council, replacing ousted...

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What do Biden’s tariffs mean for the energy transition?

“What Biden has done is to underscore that he prefers trade protectionism to decarbonizing the economy,” Robert Lawrence, head of the trade policy program at...

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New Star Wars Plan: Pentagon Rushes to Counter Threats in Orbit

The Pentagon is rushing to expand its capacity to wage war in space, convinced that rapid advances by China and Russia in space-based operations pose...

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Canada exploring higher tariffs on Chinese EVs, Bloomberg News reports

Canada’s Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development Mary Ng speaks at a Lunar New Year celebration in Ottawa (Reuters) -Canada is...

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Jordanians in custody for breach at Quantico Marine base

Two Jordanians who may have been doing a “dry run for Al Qaeda or ISIS” have been arrested after allegedly trying to scam and then...

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Biden’s Chinese EV tariffs don’t address national security concerns

President Biden’s move to quadruple tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles isn’t meant to head off any potential national security threats posed by internet-connected vehicles made...

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Alleged crypto scammers arrested in ‘pig butchering’ scheme

The Justice Department said on Friday that it arrested two alleged scammers for laundering “at least” $73 million through shell companies connected to “pig butchering”...

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Biden’s tariffs will make us pay more for cars we don’t want, but are forced to buy

Not long ago, President Biden promised to transform the American auto industry — “first with carrots, now with sticks” is the analogy The Washington Post...

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China Dominance Fears Over Electric Car Battery That Charges In 10 Minutes

A revolutionary car battery that charges in 10 minutes and powers a car for hundreds of miles has been developed in China, raising concerns about...

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Ultimate Guide To The Gloster Gladiator: The RAF’s Last Biplane Fighter

Summary Gloster Gladiator was the RAF’s last biplane fighter and first enclosed cockpit fighter. Noteworthy aces like Pat Pattle achieved significant air-to-air victories in the Gladiator. The...

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Kirby on Putin-Xi hug: ‘That’s nice for them’

White House national security communications adviser John Kirby weighed in on footage of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping embracing Friday in...

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The quiet Japanese island paradise on the frontline of growing Taiwan-China tensions

In the minds of many Japanese people, Yonaguni is a sleepy paradise of crystal-clear sea and pristine beaches, where miniature horses graze on clifftops and...

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The transition from the U.S.-led global order will be rocky

Robert Muggah is a co-founder of the Igarapé Institute and the SecDev Group and a senior adviser to the United Nations. Misha Glenny is a...

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On Hamilton, a family dynasty bets there’s more money in islands

“Since COVID, people are looking to get away from the bigger hotels and getting more intimate smaller areas,” says Sandy, 72, Bob’s son. Despite potential buyers...

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Putin’s Finance Minister Forced to Take the Bus During China Visit: ‘No Space’

Accompanying Russian President Vladimir Putin on an official state visit to China this week, a top Kremlin official was bumped from the presidential motorcade to...

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Russia-China ties: ‘Exchanging hugs?’ White House jokes about Putin, Xi meeting

The White House said Friday that it had not seen any surprising advance in relations between China and Russia despite Vladimir Putin exchanging a hug...

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Indian companies should reduce dependence on China, reiterates Jaishankar

External affairs minister S Jaishankar on Friday emphasized the importance of Indian companies gradually reducing their dependence on Chinese imports and shifting towards local procurement. Speaking...

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Kenya: Bekele & Kipchoge – Will Paris 2024 Be Final Showdown?

Nairobi -- One of the great athletics rivalries of all time will be renewed at Paris 2024 after Kenenisa Bekele was named in...

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‘Worst morning of my life’ Alison Healy on tricky tourists

A visitor wrote that the Grand Canyon was a ‘cluster of ugly looking rocks and a gorge that runs for miles. Boring is an understatement’....

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Ethiopia: Govt Intensifying Efforts to Expand Solar Water Pump for Irrigation Development

Addis Ababa -- The government of Ethiopia has been exerting efforts to expand solar water pumps for irrigation development in an effort to raise...

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Ethiopia: Nation Earns Over 2.5 Billion USD From Export Trade in Nine Months

Addis Ababa -- The Ministry of Trade and Regional Integration disclosed that the country has obtained more than 2.5 billion USD in the past...

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Ghana: National Roaming Policy to Boost Mobile Coverage Across – Communication Minister

The government is implementing a National Roaming Policy that will allow network operators to leverage each other's...

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