Month: May 2022

EU leaders agree on Russian oil embargo

EU leaders agreed late Monday night on a political deal to impose sanctions on Russian oil imports. “Agreement to ban…

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<div>How Elon Musk's Twitter takeover may help change stock market rules</div>

How Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover may help change stock market rules

Elon Musk’s apparent breach of stock-disclosure rules in his Twitter takeover bid is putting pressure on regulators to revamp decades-old…

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5 things to know about Germany’s historic military investment fund

Germany has spent months touting its epochal shift toward a more muscular military policy. Now the country finally has a…

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<div>The Biden Administration Is in No Rush to Help Ukraine Negotiate an End to the War</div>

The Biden Administration Is in No Rush to Help Ukraine Negotiate an End to the War

Almost all knowledgeable observers believe the war in Ukraine will have to end with a negotiated agreement. Yet the US,…

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Latvian PM: ‘Russia has to lose’

“Russia has to lose” in its war with Ukraine, and EU leaders should not make the mistake of pursuing “peace…

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Boris Johnson in danger as MPs conclude he’ll cost them votes

LONDON — Boris Johnson’s luck may finally be running out — or at least waning. The British prime minister has…

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Dutch and Danish gas buyers warn of Russian shutoff

Gas buyers in Denmark and the Netherlands warned on Monday that they expect Russia’s Gazprom to stop delivering gas as…

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Why Trump Isn’t to Blame for the Nation’s Toxic Political Tribalism

Why Trump Isn’t to Blame for the Nation’s Toxic Political Tribalism

In 2008, in an increasingly politically polarized country, both presidential candidates attempted to present themselves as post-partisan choices. John McCain…

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<div>Turkey’s War Against the Kurds Exposes NATO’s Aggression</div>

Turkey’s War Against the Kurds Exposes NATO’s Aggression

With all eyes on the war in Ukraine, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is planning a fresh invasion of northern…

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French journalist killed in Ukraine

French journalist Frédéric Leclerc-Imhoff was killed in eastern Ukraine where he was covering Russia’s ongoing invasion, French President Emmanuel Macron…

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Glyphosate not carcinogenic, says EU chemicals agency

Glyphosate not carcinogenic, says EU chemicals agency

The controversial herbicide ingredient glyphosate does not cause cancer in humans, according to a scientific opinion published by the European…

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Glyphosate not carcinogenic, says EU chemicals agency

German chancellor accused of comparing climate activists to Nazis

Climate activists are accusing German Chancellor Olaf Scholz of comparing them to Nazis, something his spokesperson called “absurd.” Scholz was…

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<div>Joe Biden Is Ramping Up the US’s Forever War in Somalia</div>

Joe Biden Is Ramping Up the US’s Forever War in Somalia

The Biden administration recently announced that it’s redeploying troops to Somalia and green-lighting drone strikes in the East African country….

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Champions League final 2022: A night I’d rather forget

Deepmala Sok Appadu is a Liverpool fan who attended the European Champions League Final. Below, she recalls a night she’d…

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<div>A Better Foreign Policy Abroad Requires a Strong Labor Movement at Home</div>

A Better Foreign Policy Abroad Requires a Strong Labor Movement at Home

Polling shows that most Americans oppose their country’s forever wars, but this dispersed opposition has done little to alter the…

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Glyphosate not carcinogenic, says EU chemicals agency

Orbán demands further exemptions from Russian oil sanctions

Hungary is demanding further exemptions from a Russian oil ban in case its pipeline supplies are disrupted, Hungarian Prime Minister…

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