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Russia says more Ukrainian fighters have surrendered in Mariupol

Ukrainian soldiers, many of whom were wounded, moved to Russian-controlled towns The United States reopens the Kyiv embassy Ukraine says saboteurs targeted a Russian armored train Kyiv/MARIPOL, Ukraine, May 19 (Reuters) – Nearly 700 additional Ukrainian fighters have surrendered in Russia-controlled Mariupol, Moscow said, as it consolidated major gains in the south, while the United … Read more

Asian stocks follow Wall Street’s inflation-driven decline

Tokyo (AFP) – Shares in Asia fell sharply on Thursday after a broad decline on Wall Street triggered by dismal results from major retailers renewed concerns about the impact of high inflation. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng led the declines, dropping 3.1%, while Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 was down 2.7%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged more … Read more

Facts: How the EU plans to abandon Russia’s fossil fuels

Pictures of solar panels are taken at a solar park in Saelices, Spain, May 11, 2022. The image was taken with a drone. Photograph: Guillermo Martinez/Reuters Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register (Reuters) – The European Union published plans on Wednesday to end its dependence on Russian gas, oil and coal … Read more

Stocks rebound fades, dollar rises as growth fears return

LONDON (Reuters) – A stock rally ran out of steam on Wednesday as concerns about the outlook for economic growth and rising inflation dampened sentiment, while the UK’s 9% inflation reading underlined how far higher interest rates could go. European stocks were mostly lower and Wall Street futures point to a weaker open. Several analysts … Read more

India’s wheat export ban: Why I backed away from the offer to help fix the global food crisis

New Delhi CNN Business – a month ago, p Russia’s war in Ukraine Push the world to the edge of a food crisis, India Prime Minister Narendra Modi has offered to help countries facing shortages. “We already have enough food for our people but it seems our farmers have made arrangements to feed the world,” … Read more

Stocks rebound and Treasury yields rise on stronger data

Stocks gain from retail sales, China optimism Dollar falls as risk appetite returns Crude oil dips amid fears of Fed tightening Powell keeps a hawkish message from the Fed NEW YORK (Reuters) – Global stock markets rebounded and Treasury yields rose on Tuesday, as strong retail sales in April signaled economic growth could strengthen, as … Read more

Stock markets struggle as worries grow about the economy

LONDON (Reuters) – European shares fell on Monday and Wall Street headed for a lower open, as investor sentiment struggled to recover from last week’s heavy selling amid fears of slowing economic growth. Global stocks hit an 18-month low last week, as investors worried that higher interest rates to counter high inflation would hurt the … Read more

Ukraine claims to have made battlefield successes in the northeast as the Russians retreat

Ukraine says its forces have moved across the Russian border Russia warns of consequences for Finland and Sweden NATO move NATO Secretary General says Russia’s attack will not be planned The situation is still difficult in the south RUSSKA LOZOVA (Ukraine/Kyiv) (Reuters) – Ukrainian forces in a counterattack against Russian forces in the country’s northeast … Read more

The battle for Ukraine’s Donbass region rages

Russian forces make some progress in Donbass – Ukrainian army Ukraine says it is in a state of attack near Izyum Finland’s president confirms candidacy for NATO membership The Russian Donbass Campaign Lost Its Momentum – British Army RUSSIA LOZova, Ukraine (Reuters) – Russia bombed positions in eastern Ukraine on Sunday as it sought to … Read more

COVID-19 outbreak in North Korea: What we know and don’t know

North Korea mentioned 15 More deaths and 296,180 new “fever cases” between Friday evening and Saturday, according to state media, the central news agency, although it did not specify the number of deaths and cases linked to Covid, likely due to the country’s very limited testing capacity. But given the opaque nature of the regime … Read more