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Societyone month ago
More than 7,000 flights canceled, disrupting Memorial Day holiday weekend
Travelers were left stranded on Memorial Day weekend that marks the start of the busy summer travel season​​​​​​​ after airlines worldwide canceled more than 7,000 flights.
More than 7,000 flights canceled, disrupting Memorial Day holiday weekend
Germanyone month ago
German inflation highest in nearly 50 years amid soaring energy prices
The inflation rate in Germany has climbed to a new record of 7.9 percent in May, the highest figure in nearly half a century, according to an official estimate.
German inflation highest in nearly 50 years amid soaring energy prices
Societyone month ago
WHO calls for quick action against monkeypox in non-endemic countries
The World Health Organization (WHO) has called on countries around the globe to take quick action to contain the spread of monkeypox in non-endemic countries.
WHO calls for quick action against monkeypox in non-endemic countries
Chinaone month ago
China congratulates Australia’s new PM after three-year freeze in ties
China has congratulated newly-elected Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, ending three-year freeze in diplomatic contact between the two countries.
China congratulates Australia’s new PM after three-year freeze in ties
Egyptone month ago
Egypt warns food insecurity triggered by Ukraine war could kill 'millions' globally
Staggering food prices triggered by the war in Ukraine could kill “millions” of people globally, Egypt’s finance minister has warned, echoing similar warnings made by the UN and G7 countries.
Egypt warns food insecurity triggered by Ukraine war could kill 'millions' globally
EUone month ago
WHO set to hold emergency meeting on ‘monkeypox’ virus outbreak
The World Health Organization (WHO) is set to hold an emergency meeting on the outbreak of the rare monkeypox virus.
WHO set to hold emergency meeting on ‘monkeypox’ virus outbreak
Politicsone month ago
UK police finish probe into Johnson's partygate scandal with 126 fines
​​​​​​​British police have finished their investigation into COVID-19 lockdown parties held at Downing Street office, issuing a total of 126 fines, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson receiving no further fines.
UK police finish probe into Johnson's partygate scandal with 126 fines
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