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China’s economy: what’s its weak spot?
The number of working-age people in China is shrinking. Could this threaten the country’s rise as an economic superpower?
Swiss police use rubber bullets, teargas and water cannons to disperse Bern protest against Covid passports
Police in Switzerland’s de facto capital of Bern fortified the parliament building and used water cannons, teargas and rubber bullets to forcibly disperse a crowd protesting aga...
One charger to rule them all? EU announces plan to impose universal phone cable in blow to Apple
In a setback for Apple, the European Union has announced plans to standardize chargers for smartphones and other small electronic devices, giving manufacturers a two-year transi...
Bolivian Police rescue two babies sold by their mothers
Bolivian authorities are investigating both cases. Both babies are in good condition.
Myanmar Facing 'Alarming' Risk Of Escalating Civil War: UN Rights Chief
Myanmar has been in turmoil since Aung San Suu Kyi's government was ousted by the military in February, sparking a nationwide uprising that the junta has tried to crush.
Energy crisis, labour shortages and supply chain issues hitting the UK - here's what we're short of and the industries under threat
From "cancelled" Christmas dinners to numerous energy suppliers collapsing and items missing from supermarket shelves, many industry experts claim Britain is in crisis.
European Union To Decide On Covid Booster Shot Next Month
An European Medicines Agency expert also said the "evidence was becoming clearer" on the need for boosters shortly after the first jabs for people with weakened immune systems.
Energy crisis 'a worry' for UK car sector as it eyes shift to electric
An industry body expresses concerns for the competitiveness of the UK's auto manufacturing sector as it faces damage from multiple challenges including the rising cost of energy.
Bank of England ramps up inflation forecast again but takes no action to help cool prices
The Bank cuts its expectations for UK growth and sees a greater risk to inflation from next spring as increased energy costs filter through.
Way Out Of Crisis Over Submarine Deal Will Take Time: France Tells US
France's top diplomat told Antony Blinken that a phone call between the of presidents of US and France had been a "first step" towards repairing relations, according to a French...
Window Open For Iran Nuclear Talks, But Won't Be Forever, Says US
An US official declined to set a deadline, saying this depended on technical progress in Iran's nuclear program and a wider judgment by US and its partners on whether Iran was w...
Look past the headlines and Bank of England's governor seems ready to flex his eyebrows
The Bank of England has announced that it's leaving interest rates and its quantitative easing programme unchanged. In practical terms, the Bank has done nothing to counter infl...
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