Belarus election: Opposition leader Tikhanovskaya ‘safe’ in Lithuania 0 (0)

Image copyright EPA Image caption Ms Tikhanovskaya says she won the election Opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has left Belarus and is “safe” in Lithuania, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius says. Ms Tikhanovskaya’s departure came as protests went on for a second day over Sunday’s disputed presidential poll. Her campaign team said she was avoiding the […]

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Will Smith & Warner Bros Settle Suit Over ‘King Richard’ Film Based On Serena & Venus Williams’ Father’s Life – Update 0 (0)

UPDATE, 10:56 PM: The tennis rackets and tensions have come down in the lawsuit over Will Smith’s film about the life and legacy of Serena Williams and Venus Williams’ father. Less than two months after TW3 Entertainment and Power Move Multi Media filed a breach of contract complaint against Smith’s loan-out company, Richard Williams, his […]

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Federal Reserve’s Expected Inflation Ramp-Up Drives Institutional Investors to Hedge With Bitcoin 0 (0)

The U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to ramp up inflation by keeping interest rates low. As the U.S. dollar falls sharply and gold’s price soars, institutional investors are moving their money into alternative investments, including bitcoin. Fed Policies Drive Demand for Bitcoin The Federal Reserve is completing a year-long policy review and “is expected to […]

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‘I’d Rather Stay Home and Die’ 0 (0)

MEXICO CITY — A gray Suzuki stopped outside the General Hospital of Mexico and deposited a heaving Victor Bailón at the entrance. He had refused to come to the hospital for days, convinced that doctors were killing coronavirus patients. By the time he hobbled into the triage area and collapsed on the floor, it was […]

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Beirut, Hong Kong, Belarus Elections: Your Monday Briefing 0 (0)

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. We’re covering clashes in Belarus after a presidential election, anger reaching the boiling point in Beirut and Europe’s illegal raves. ImageDemonstrators filled the streets on Sunday in Minsk, Belarus, after polling stations closed in the country’s presidential election.Credit…Tatyana Zenkovich/EPA, via Shutterstock Clashes after […]

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Go-Yunnan Launches 17 Themed Cultural Tourism Products 0 (0)

KUNMING, China, Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — On July 18, sponsored by Yunnan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism and organized by Yunnan Tengyun Information Co., Ltd., the “Friends of Yunnan” — Yunnan’s new cultural tourism products release press conference and the 2nd Campaign of the “Go-Yunnan” Global Experience Officer Program opening ceremony were held […]

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Google – Australiassa on nyt malli Facebookin ja Googlen pakottamiseksi maksamaan uutisista 0 (0)

Australian kilpailu- ja kuluttajakomissio (ACCC) on julkaissut yksityiskohdat ensimmäisestä läpikäynnistä.. Aiheena Google ja Facebook. Julkaissut: Techcrunch Australia lopettaa oikeudellisesti sitovan kehyksen pakottaakseen adtech-jättiläisiä Facebookia ja Googlea maksamaan mediayrityksiä ansaitsemaan uutissisältönsä, kun se on julkaistu heidän sosiaalisen median alustoilleen tai muuten koottu ja kaupallistettu. Maan hallitus ilmoitti jo huhtikuussa hyväksyvänsä pakollisen säännöstön, jonka mukaan tekniikkajättiläiset jakavat […]

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Beirut explosion: Before-and-after images 0 (0)

Image copyright Reuters The explosion at a portside warehouse in Beirut sent devastating shockwaves across the Lebanese capital, decimating seafront buildings and causing widespread destruction. At least 137 people died and about 5,000 others have been injured. Satellite and aerial images show the extent of the physical damage to a city more accustomed to such […]

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