23 May, 2024
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Deadly Shelling Claims Civilian Lives in Eastern Ukraine Amidst Renewed Russian Takeover Concerns

Two civilians lost their lives, while one sustained injuries as Russian forces assaulted a café in a vital front-line zone of northeastern Ukraine over the weekend, as confirmed by local authorities. The shelling occurred close to the city of Kupiansk just as U.K. officials voiced concerns about Russia’s potential efforts to regain control of the […]

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Oil Prices Maintain Equilibrium Despite Lingering China Woes

Oil prices showed minimal movement on Tuesday, reflecting the prevailing pessimism surrounding China’s economic outlook and its impact on demand from the world’s foremost crude importer. By 0816 GMT, Brent crude was down 43 cents to $84.03 per barrel, while the more active US West Texas Intermediate October contract was down 37 cents to $79.95 […]

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North Korea Plans Satellite Launch Over Yellow Sea, Confirms Japan Coast Guard

North Korea has said it will launch a satellite between Aug. 24-31 in the direction of the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea, the Japanese Coast Guard said on Tuesday. Japan would cooperate with South Korea and the United States to monitor the launch, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s office said in a posting on […]

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Typhoon Khanun Hits South Korea After Impacting Japan

SEOUL/TOKYO, Aug 10 (Reuters) Authorities in South Korea sprang into action, evacuating over 14,000 residents and shuttering schools in flood-ravaged zones as tropical storm Khanun traversed the peninsula on Thursday, following its impactful course across southern Japan in the previous week. Having been downgraded from a typhoon to a tropical storm, Khanun made its presence […]

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Antarctica’s Unprecedented Sea Ice Decline: A Troubling Sign for Humanity

In Antarctica, it is currently deep winter, a time when the continent is covered in darkness and surrounded by a vast frozen ocean for millions of square miles. As the Antarctic winter approaches, the ice begins to regrow, covering an area equivalent to the size of Antarctica itself, effectively doubling the continent’s size. This cycle […]