Women in power across Europe

PARIS (Reuters) - Italian far-right leader Giorgia Meloni appears ready to join a group of more than a dozen European women occupying their country's top political posts after her party…

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Malaysian defense contractor Fat Leonard seeks asylum in Venezuela | News

Local media reported that Leonard Glenn Francis requested to remain in Venezuela for health and political reasons.runaway malaysian defense The contractor nicknamed "Fat Leonard" who masterminded a massive bribery scheme…

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Police, 12, said she shot her father and then herself in a murder pact with another girl | US news

Police say a 12-year-old girl shot her father and then herself in a murder pact she made with a friend to kill their family and pets.The Parker County Sheriff's Office…

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Tunisia promises democratic reform in UN speech

Why the death of Mahsa Amini will deepen the isolation of Iran's secular Kurdish minority LONDON: Since Mahsa Amini's death after being arrested by Iran's notorious morality police, protests have…

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Japan lodges protest after Russia arrests diplomat in Vladivostok | politics news

Tatsunori Motoki, accused of espionage by the Russian Federal Security Service, was held for a few hours before being released and ordered to leave the country.Japan accused Russia of "unreasonable"…

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Ukraine war: Pictures show 10 miles of queues as Russians flee Vladimir Putin call-up | world News

New satellite images have been released showing large numbers of Russians fleeing to Georgia and Mongolia after Vladimir Putin ordered hundreds of thousands of reservists to mobilize for the conflict…

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Official says European Central Bank is looking to blockchain to settle bank transactions

Article author:ReutersMonday, 2022-09-26 23:44 Frankfurt: European Central Bank Governing Council member Fabio Panetta said Monday that the European Central Bank is studying ways to settle interbank transactions on the blockchain…

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Connecting the Church to Abe’s Killing and Political Turmoil in Japan | politics news

Shinzo Abe was not the preferred target of his killer. investigators Say Tetsuya Yamagami, who murdered Japan's longest-serving prime minister on July 8, initially wanted to kill the leader of…

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NASA crashes a spacecraft into an asteroid seven million miles from Earth in the “Planetary Defense” experiment | science and technology news

NASA has successfully crashed a spacecraft into an asteroid seven million miles from Earth.The last image from a "vending machine-sized" collider showed the surface of the asteroid Demorphos seconds before…

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Oman calls during the UN speech for peace and progress in Yemen and Palestine

Why the death of Mahsa Amini will deepen the isolation of Iran's secular Kurdish minority LONDON: Since Mahsa Amini's death after being arrested by Iran's notorious morality police, protests have…

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