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BEIRUT- Lebanese pro-Iranian militant party Hezbollah and its ally the Amal movement said Saturday they were ready to return to government meetings after three months of political deadlock that has exacerbated the country's economic crisis. The groups, which back several ministers in a government...
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On this day in 1822, Haiti became the first country to recognise Greece’s independence from the Ottoman Empire and the Greek people’s right to self-determination. Haiti’s recognition was made through a powerful letter by President Jean-Pierre Boyer to renowned Greek scholar...
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> England’s top order went down in flames once again as they limped to 124 for six in the final Ashes Test in Hobart. After bowling the hosts out for 303, the tourists began their innings in some of the best batting conditions of the series but could not shake the bad habits that have dogged them...
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Given the roaring adoption of cryptocurrency—it’s no surprise that more cyber criminals are using cryptocurrency. With more countries learning to take advantage of the uncensored transparency that blockchain offers, the criminal usage of cryptocurrencies will drop around the world, claims a new...
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Rising interest rates are going to be good for banks. Someday. JPMorgan Chase reported record annual profit in 2021 on Friday. But a combination of that being driven in part by releases of set-asides for bad loans, plus uncertainty about 2022, will have many investors immediately looking past that...
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BERLIN, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- A brace from Thomas Meunier and Erling Haaland helped second-placed Borussia Dortmund put pressure on Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich after easing 5-1 past fourth-placed Freiburg in the opener of the 19th round on Friday. The "BVB" dominated the proceedings from the...
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BERCK-SUR-MER, France (Reuters) – Some 30 migrants whose dinghy capsized in the English channel as they tried to reach Britain were rescued on Friday, while one man who was on board died, French authorities said. A coast guard vessel reached the dinghy, which had set off from a beach near...
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Calls have been made for Prince Andrew to lose the title linking him to the city of York. A senior member of City of York Council has begun a campaign to strip him of his Duke of York title after the Queen removed his honorary military roles and he gave up his use of the HRH style following the...
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By Pavel Polityuk KYIV (Reuters) – A massive cyberattack warning Ukrainians to “be afraid and expect the worst” hit government websites on Thursday night, leaving some websites inaccessible on Friday morning and prompting Ukraine to open an investigation. Ukraine’s foreign ministry spokesperson told...

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