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Pakistanis told to drink less tea as nation grapples with economic crisis

Pakistanis have been urged to drink less tea to keep the economy afloat, as the world's largest tea importer grapples with soaring inflation and...

El Salvador’s Bitcoin investment suffers amid crypto meltdown

El Salvador has embraced Bitcoin like no other country, with the government purchasing hundreds of coins last year as it announced that the cryptocurrency...

Ukraine war ‘perhaps in some way either provoked or not prevented,’ says Pope

Pope Francis has said that the war in Ukraine "was perhaps in some way either provoked or not prevented" in remarks published by Italian...

Alexey Navalny transferred to maximum-security prison

Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny has been transferred from the penal colony where he was serving his term to a higher security prison facility. ...

US expects announcements of more weapons to Ukraine in meeting of nearly 50 countries

The US expects more announcements of weapons and equipment packages to be sent to Ukraine to help in its fight against Russia at a...

How a new library sheds light on the US ‘secret war’ in Laos

Most Americans learn something about the Vietnam War at school. Fewer learn about the shadow war that was being fought alongside it. ...

A hostel that housed Rwanda genocide survivors prepares to take in people deported by the UK

Hope Hostel is not a 5-star hotel. But it isn't a dump, either. The renovated 50-room facility in Kigali's Kagugu neighborhood has a new...

11 years after Fukushima nuclear disaster, residents return to their village

More than 11 years after Japan's worst nuclear disaster, the government lifted evacuation orders in a section of a village previously deemed off limits...

Blinken says US is prepared to make adjustments to military posture in response to North Korea

The Biden administration is "prepared to make both short and longer-term adjustments to our military posture" to respond to provocations from North Korea, Secretary...

Japan makes ‘online insults’ punishable by one year in prison in wake of reality TV star’s death

Japan's parliament on Monday passed legislation making "online insults" punishable by imprisonment amid rising public concern over cyberbullying sparked by the suicide of a...

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The surprising group that flooded stores over the holiday shopping weekend

There's at least one group of shoppers excitedly hitting malls this holiday season — and they don't seem to be too bothered about pesky...

Is the worst over for bitcoin and the rest of crypto?

The meltdown of FTX has sent the price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies tumbling more than 60% this year...and the carnage has spread to...

Another OPEC? Indonesia hopes for a cartel for battery metals

Indonesia produces more nickel than any other country. As demand soars for batteries to power the energy transition, that presents a huge opportunity, and...

The West just scrambled the oil market. What happens next is up to Russia

Most Russian crude oil exports to Europe are now banned, marking the boldest effort yet by the West to pile financial pressure on President...

Investors cheer as Chinese cities relax Covid restrictions

Global traders are increasingly feeling more bullish on China, as they bet the country will gradually unwind Covid restrictions following widespread protests.
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