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The Best Backstage Photos from Milan Fashion Week Spring 2022
Acielle Tanbetova is shooting backstage at Milan Fashion Week's spring 2022 shows. Don't miss her daily digests of off-the-cuff images.
Joe Biden To Get Covid Vaccine Booster Shot: White House
Joe Biden will "receive a Covid-19 booster shot in line with" US government health authorities' guidelines, the White House said.
Jordan's Crown Prince Tests Positive For Covid, King, Queen In Quarantine
King Abdullah and Queen Rania will be subject to a precautionary home quarantine for a period of five days.
Poor Nations On UK 'Red List' Warn Of Visa Headaches For Climate Talks
The UN conference, meant to spur countries to make bigger commitments to slash greenhouse gas emissions, is due to start in Glasgow on Oct. 31.
UK to offer more than 10,000 foreign workers temporary visas to tackle supply chain crisis
Up to 10,500 lorry drivers and poultry workers are to be offered temporary UK visas in an attempt to avoid supply chain disruptions ahead of Christmas, the government has said in a statement.
United States of America - President Addresses UN General Debate, 76th Session
Joe Biden, President of the United States of America addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (New York, 21-27 September 2021). “US military power must be our tool of last resort, ...
China - President Addresses United Nations General Debate, 76th Session (English)
Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China, addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the UN (New York, 21-27 September 2021). Chinese President Xi today told the General Assembly, “Democ...
Huawei Executive Gets Hero's Welcome In China, Hails "Strong Motherland"
Meng Wanzhou was released from legal detention in Canada after striking a deal with the US prosecutors over a bank fraud case
Semiconductor chip shortage to cost global automakers $210 billion this year – report
A new report by consulting firm AlixPartners has suggested the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage is expected to cost the global automotive industry an estimated $210 billion in revenue in 2021.
Apple CEO Tim Cook hunts for leakers just like in a Mafia
Cook emphasized that leakers constitute a 'small number of people' who 'do not belong' at Apple
US, India Call For A Swift Return Of Democracy In Myanmar
US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at called for the urgent implementation of the ASEAN Five Point consensus on Myanmar.
Fendi's Spring/Summer 2022 Show Kicks Off Milan Fashion Week
Kim Jones celebrates his first live runway show Fendi with a disco-inspired collection.
FTX Crypto Exchange Moves Headquarters From Hong Kong To Crypto Friendly Bahamas
FTX, the crypto derivative exchange, has officially moved its headquarters from Hong Kong to the Caribbean Island nation Bahamas, the firm announced. It remains incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda.
This Caribbean island is open...but only to the rich
A holiday on the volcanic island requires a $70,000 salary and an open calendar, but things are about to change.
'China Won't Care About Their Ties With US...': Chinese Media On Quad
The editorial in the Chinese Communist Party-backed Global Times comes on a day when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to hold a bilateral with US President Joe Biden
U.S. Charges 138 Medical Workers for US$1.4 Billion Fraud
The Department of Justice last week announced criminal charges against 138 doctors, nurses and licenced medical professionals for their alleged involvement in fraud schemes worth around US$1.4 billion.
Australia's International Student Return Plan Likely To Exclude Chinese
Though Chinese nationals make up most of Australia's international students, they are unlikely to return due to ineligibility of China's Covid vaccines.
"Carry On As Normal": UK Urges Public Calm Over Shut Fuel Stations
Reports said with the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit triggering an ongoing crisis in the haulage industry.
COVID-19 Is the Worst Pandemic in US History, Now That Deaths Have Surpassed the 1918 Spanish Flu
The COVID-19 pandemic just became the worst pandemic in US history, surpassing the death toll from the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic.
Dangerously mutated R.1 COVID variant detected in 35 countries
First detected in Japan, the variant contains a mutation that could enable it to bypass the antibody protection present in those who are fully vaccinated.
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 against the government-mandated Covid-19 passports.
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.
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.
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