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France's glass manufacturer Duralex suspends operation for 5 months due to surging electricity bills
"Our bill (for gas and electricity) has gone from 3 to 13 million euros per year, or 46% of our turnover," the CEO of Duralex said.
20-Year-Old Man Who Threw Egg At King Charles Arrested: UK Police
In York on November 9, eggs were thrown at Charles and Queen Consort Camilla by a man heard shouting "this country was built on the blood of slaves" and "not my king".
Watch: Albanian Leader Punched In Face While Leading Protest
Thousands of opposition supporters gathered in the city on Tuesday as Albania hosts its first EU-Balkans summit.
US Says "Not Encouraging" Ukraine To Strikes Into Russia
Russia-Ukraine War: The State Department spokesman Ned Price said that the US is not encouraging Ukraine to strike beyond its border but supporting Kyiv's independence.
Confusion over Iran’s Religious Police as Women Drop Hijab
Confusion over the status of Iran’s religious police grew as state media cast doubt on reports the force had been shut down. Despite the uncertainty, it has appeared for weeks t...
China Pays Its Respects to Late Leader Jiang Zemin
Sirens wailed out across China at the beginning of a public memorial service for former leader Jiang Zemin on Tuesday, who died last week at the age of 96.
French Prosecutors Name Ukrainian Suspect in Lebanese Central Bank Probe
French prosecutors said on Monday they have put a Ukrainian woman linked to the governor of Lebanon's central bank under formal investigation as part of a cross-border probe int...
Oil Prices Climb after Russian Crude Sanctions Kick in
Oil rebounded on Tuesday after plunging by more than 3% in the previous session, as the implementation of sanctions on Russian seaborne crude oil eased concerns about oversupply...
Beijing Drops COVID Testing Burden with Wider Easing Eyed
People in China's capital Beijing on Tuesday were allowed to enter supermarkets, offices and airports without having to show negative COVID tests, the latest in a mix of easing ...
'Misleading' ads appearing on Instagram and Facebook potentially fraudulent, Which? says
The Online Safety Bill is "desperately needed" to crack down on paid-for scam advertising, Which? says.
Tampa police chief Mary O’Connor has resigned after a deputy's bodycam footage showed her using her police badge to get out of a traffic stop before telling the deputy, "If you ...
Women Sue Apple Saying AirTag Lets Stalkers Track Victims
Privacy experts and law enforcement have said some people use Airtags for criminal or malicious purposes.
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