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After sanctions, Russia says will build own aircraft, not rely on west

MOSCOW, Russia: Russia's state-owned engineering firm Rostec has said that the country's aviation industry will continue operating without the West, ...


Mobile networks could go out this winter in Europe, says experts

LONDON, England: This winter, energy shortages could mean that mobile phones could lose signals in Europe due to power cuts ...


EU mulls exemption from sanctions on Moscow Bloomberg

Brussels reportedly wants to allow maritime pilots to be hired for tankers with Russian oilThe EU has proposed exempting the ...


NATO not obliged to assist Ukraine, German ambassador tells kids

Berlin's envoy to the military bloc clarifies that NATO won?t actively stick up for a non-member stateGermany's permanent representative to ...


Russian Rocket causes stir with coaching switch

Alexandra Trusova has parted ways with respected trainer Eteri TutberidzeRussian figure skater Alexandra Trusova has triggered debate in her homeland ...


Xi propagates "new era" discourse to strengthen his personal power

Beijing [China], October 3 (ANI): Ahead of the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), President Xi Jinping ...


Russian scientists discover huge asteroid heading towards Earth

The half-kilometer-across celestial body does not pose an immediate danger to the planet, howeverRussian scientists have discovered a new massive ...


Death toll rises to 43 in suicide bombing at education centre in Kabul

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 3 (ANI): The death toll from a suicide bombing at the Kaaj Educational Center in Afghanistan's capital ...


Is this the beginning of the end for Vladimir Putin?

Vladimir Putin's bizarre ceremonies formalising Russia's annexation of some 15% of Ukraine once again revealed the yawning chasm between Kremlin ...


Pentagon weighs risk of Taiwan invasion

Lloyd Austin has said China is trying to establish a ?new normal? around Taipei, but he doesn?t expect a near-term ...


Erdogan voices principled position on NATO expansion

The US national security advisor has traveled to Istanbul to discuss accession of Sweden and Finland to the blocUS national ...


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Stocks in Asia quiet, but Japan's Nikkei 225 advances 279 points

MELBOURNE, Victoria, Australia - Stocks in Asia on Monday were mostly lower, following substantial falls on Wall Street on Friday.Trading ...

Lyft taxi service puts hold on hiring due to US recession

SAN FRANCISCO, California: Ride-hailing firm Lyft said it is freezing all U.S. hiring through the end of the year, in ...

Ford to spend $700 million in Kentucky truck plant, add 500 jobs

DETROIT, Michigan: Ford Motor Co. has announced that it will invest $700 million in its Kentucky plant, which will assemble ...

German politicians agree on need for $194 billion energy shield

BERLIN, Germany: As Germany grapples with surging gas and electricity costs caused largely by a collapse in Russian gas supplies ...

After Covid, US struggles to process Indian visa applications

WASHINGTON D.C.: U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. is working to reduce the backlog in visa applications ...

US 50 states agree to standardized connections at EV charging stations

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Department of Transportation has approved the electric vehicle charging station plans in all 50 American states, ...

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US acts to reduce risks from space debris

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted 4-0 last week to enforce new rules to address the issue of ...

Prosecutors to decide on charging actor Alec Baldwin in fatal shooting

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico: New Mexico district attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies has said that actor Alec Baldwin and up to four others ...

US again returning money to victims of Bernie Madoff, 88% recovered

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Department of Justice has announced that after nearly 14 years, the victims of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi ...

After sanctions, Russia says will build own aircraft, not rely on west

MOSCOW, Russia: Russia's state-owned engineering firm Rostec has said that the country's aviation industry will continue operating without the West, ...

US claims American-JetBlue alliance is anti-competitive

BOSTON, Massachusetts: The U.S. Justice Department has asked a Boston judge to force American Airlines and JetBlue Airways to scrap ...

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German politicians agree on need for $194 billion energy shield

BERLIN, Germany: As Germany grapples with surging gas and electricity costs caused largely by a collapse in Russian gas supplies ...


After Covid, US struggles to process Indian visa applications

WASHINGTON D.C.: U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. is working to reduce the backlog in visa applications ...


Class of Irish Naval Service recruits poached by private sector

DUBLIN, Ireland: A class of five Naval Service apprentices has agreed to leave the service after one year of training ...


With eye on competition, Tata Motors selling $10,000 EV in India

NEW DELHI, India: As it seeks to attract more buyers, Tata Motors, the country's only electric vehicle maker, has introduced ...


EU mulls exemption from sanctions on Moscow Bloomberg

Brussels reportedly wants to allow maritime pilots to be hired for tankers with Russian oilThe EU has proposed exempting the ...


NATO not obliged to assist Ukraine, German ambassador tells kids

Berlin's envoy to the military bloc clarifies that NATO won?t actively stick up for a non-member stateGermany's permanent representative to ...


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