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France begins nationwide strike amid soaring inflation

The country’s trade unions demand for higher salaries, posing President Emmanuel Macron one of his stiffest challenges since his reelection in May French students block the entrance of the Lycee…

India’s Reliance Jio to launch 4G enabled low-cost laptop at $184

Reliance Jio will launch a budget laptop priced at $184 (15,000 Indian rupees) with an embedded 4G sim card, aiming to replicate the success of its low-cost JioPhone in India’s…

US consumer prices increase more than expected in September; weekly jobless claims rise

US consumer prices increased more than expected in September and underlying inflation pressures continued to build up, reinforcing expectations that the Federal Reserve will deliver a fourth 75-basis points interest…

UK’s King Charles, stepping back from campaigning, will not go to Egypt climate summit

Britain’s King Charles will not attend a world leaders’ climate change summit in Egypt next month, a royal source said on Sunday, as the new monarch steps back from his…

Benzema misses late penalty as Real Madrid held by Osasuna

Karim Benzema missed a late penalty as Real Madrid dropped their first points this season after being held to a 1-1 draw at home by Osasuna, who had a man…

Ukraine and Russia: what you need to know right now

Ukraine claimed full control of Russia’s eastern logistics hub Lyman, its most significant battlefield gain in weeks, setting the stage for further advances aimed at cutting Russia’s supply lines to…

India beat South Africa by 16 runs to clinch T20 series

India beat South Africa by 16 runs in a high-scoring Twenty20 international in Guwahati on Sunday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series as David Miller and…

Several French cities to ban Qatar World Cup fan zones, giant screens

Several major French cities including Lille, Strasbourg and Bordeaux said they will not organise fan zones or put up giant outdoor screens to show Qatar World Cup football matches in…

UN agency warns of recession linked to ‘imprudent’ monetary policy

A United Nations agency warned on Monday of the risk of a monetary policy-induced global recession that would have especially serious consequences for developing countries and called for a new…

Lack of funding in focus as Congo hosts pre-COP27 climate talks

High-level speakers at climate talks in Kinshasa called out rich nations on Monday for failing to honour a $100 billion per year funding pledge to developing countries, warning that fair…