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US Russia debt payment exemption

The United States will end an exemption allowing Moscow to pay foreign debt held by American investors with funds held in Russia, the US Treasury said Tuesday, a move that could push Vladimir Putin’s country closer to default. The escape...

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state of emergency Orban war

Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday imposed a new state of emergency in the country, citing the challenges posed by the ongoing war in neighbouring Ukraine. Hungary is already under a state of emergency, linked to the Covid...

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The United Arab Emirates became the first Gulf country to announce a case of monkeypox on Tuesday, insisting it was “fully prepared” to handle any outbreak. The UAE is believed to be just the second Middle Eastern country after Israel to...

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The Czech Republic, Austria and Slovenia have registered their first cases of monkeypox, health authorities said Tuesday. In the Czech Republic, the disease was detected in a man at Prague’s Military University Hospital, according to Pavel...

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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the first African to head the WHO, was re-elected on Tuesday, tearfully accepting a second term as he recalled his humble upbringing as “a child of war” and pleading for peace. His re-election was announced to...

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Gunmen killed 10 people in an attack on a hotel and two bars in Mexico’s central city of Celaya, with calling cards claiming the massacre left behind by a known criminal group, authorities said Tuesday. The attack late Monday claimed the lives...

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