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Chief of Stock Market Regulation Dismissed Amid China's Stock Plunge
The stock market is showing signs of recovery; however, the high hopes of the Beijing administration have been dashed.
Unexpected Twist in the Ranking of Asia's Wealthiest Families – Here are the Top 5
Bloomberg has compiled the latest rankings of the wealthiest Asian families, reflecting the financial standings as of January 19. The list excludes first-generation billionaires such as Jack Ma, owner of Alibaba Group Holding, Gautam Ada...
United Nations Secretary-General Calls for Recognition of Palestinian Statehood
The United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, emphasized the necessity for the international community to acknowledge the Palestinians' right to statehood. Speaking at the summit of non-aligned countries in Uganda on Saturday, ...
Upcoming EU Leadership Changes Spark Early Speculation
As Charles Michel prepares to vacate his position as President of the European Council to pursue an EU lawmaker role, speculation is rampant about who will succeed him.
Unprecedented New World Record: The Ultimate Slothfulness Exemplified in September 2023
In an unusual display of idleness, a new world record for laziness was set in September 2023 at the resort town of Brezna in northern Montenegro. A 21-year-old competitor from Serbia spent 30 days continuously lounging in bed, surpassing...
"10+1 Astonishing Facts About Our World That Circulate the Internet and Are All True
In a world where reality can sometimes be more astonishing than the wildest of tales, certain facts seem unbelievable at first hearing. Yet, they are not fiction, but real, verified truths.
EU Green Fund Cuts Threaten Renewable Energy Progress
EU leaders are considering reallocating billions in funds from renewable energy to immigration and defense. At a summit in Brussels, President Charles Michel suggested decreasing a €10 billion fund for future energy infrastructure to €1....
China's Tech Sector Focuses on AI Race with US Titans like Google and Microsoft
China's tech sector is focusing on competing with US titans like Google and Microsoft in the global artificial intelligence race.
China's Baidu AI Surpassed ChatGPT On Multiple Key Metrics
The Chinese Tech Giant’s Latest AI Offering Makes Strides in Comprehensive Abilities and Performance in Chinese Language Tasks
The Disney Downturn: A Near Billion-Dollar Box Office Blow for the House of Mouse
A disheartening financial spell for Disney as it faces nearly $900 million in losses amid a series of films; Analyst highlights choices and missed opportunities.
Simon Cowell 'breaks rules' after Bruno Tonioli left fighting back tears
Simon Cowell admitted breaking the rules on Britain's Got Talent when an emotional performance left all the judges tearing up.
King Charles III Coronation fashion: Best outfits from the day
Pomp, politicians and powder blue was the order of service, as thousands gathered in their finery to celebrate King Charles III
What it was really like inside the Abbey
This was history in the making - and you had to pinch yourself to think you were seeing it close-up, inside Westminster Abbey.
The New Finance Rich List
The world of finance is a constantly changing landscape, with new players emerging and old ones falling by the wayside. In 2023, the list of the world's richest people in finance has seen some major changes.
Twitter blue tick cull - The Pope, JK Rowling and Ant and Dec among hundreds of thousands losing their verification
Twitter has finally started removing "legacy" blue ticks from verified accounts, with some of the world's best-known figures losing the verification sign.
UN says leaving Afghanistan would be ‘heartbreaking’
The United Nations is ready to take the “heartbreaking” decision to pull out of Afghanistan in May if it can’t persuade the Taliban to let local women work for the organization, the head of the UN Development Program said.
The Financial Times reported that SoftBank has moved to sell almost all of its remaining shares in Alibaba
The Japanese investor has already sold about $7.2 billion worth of Alibaba shares this year, according to the newspaper
Alibaba to roll out ChatGPT rival
Chinese technology giant Alibaba has announced plans to roll out its own artificial intelligence (AI) ChatGPT-style product called Tongyi Qianwen.
China's Alibaba invites businesses to trial AI chatbot
Tech giant Alibaba is seeking companies to test its Tongyi Qianwen AI chatbot, business publication STAR Market Daily reported on Friday, joining the rush to emulate the explosive success of ChatGPT.
Simon Cowell arrives at America's Got Talent in surgical corset
Simon Cowell was seen wearing a surgical corset as he arrived to film the new series of America’s Got Talent, three years after his bike crash.
Alibaba: China tech giant shares jump after breakup plan announced
Shares of Chinese technology giant Alibaba have jumped after it announced a plan to break up the company.
Alibaba to split into six units, explore IPOs
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is planning to split its business into six main units covering e-commerce, media and the cloud, the company said on Tuesday, adding that each of the units will explore fundraising or initial public offerings.
China's top tech firms, including Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu, NetEase, and JD.com, are developing their own versions of Open AI's AI-powered chatbot, ChatGPT
This comes after ChatGPT, backed by Microsoft, became the fastest-growing consumer app in history since its launch in November.
SoftBank's Vision Fund posts fourth straight quarter of losses as tech slump hits Japanese giant
SoftBank's flagship investment arm, the Vision Fund, has been hit by a slump in technology valuations over the past year.
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Farmers break through police barriers in Brussels.
Ukraine Arrests Father-Son Duo In Lockbit Cybercrime Bust
US Offers $15 Million For Info On Leaders Of Cybercrime Group Lockbit
Apple warns against drying iPhones with rice
Alexei Navalny: UK sanctions Russian prison chiefs after activist's death
German economy is in 'troubled waters' - ministry
In a recent High Court hearing, the U.S. argued that Julian Assange endangered lives by releasing classified information.
Tucker Carlson says Boris Johnson wants "a million dollars, in Bitcoin or cash, from Tucker Carlson to talk about Ukraine.
Russia is rebuilding capacity to destabilize European countries, new UK report warns
EU Commission wants anti-drone defenses at Brussels HQ
Von der Leyen’s 2nd-term pitch: More military might, less climate talk
EU Investigates TikTok for Child Safety Concerns
EU Launches Probe Into TikTok Over Child Protection Under Digital Content Law
EU and UK Announce Joint Effort on Migration
Ministers Confirm Proposal to Prohibit Mobile Phone Usage in English Schools
Avdiivka - Symbol Of Ukrainian Resistance Now In Control Of Russian Troops
"Historic Step": Zelensky Signs Security Pact With Germany
"Historic Step": Zelensky Signs Security Pact With Germany
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny has died at the Arctic prison colony
Tucker Carlson grocery shopping in Russia. This is so interesting.
France and Germany Struggle to Align on European Defense Strategy
‘A lot higher than we expected’: Russian arms production worries Europe’s war planners
Greece Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage and Adoption Rights
Russia "Very Close" To Creating Cancer Vaccines, Says Vladimir Putin
Hungarian Foreign Minister: Europeans will lose Europe, the Union's policy must change drastically
Microsoft says it caught hackers from China, Russia and Iran using its AI tools
US Rejects Putin's Ceasefire Offer in Ukraine
The Dangers of Wildfire Smoke and Self-Protection Strategies
A Londoner has been arrested for expressing his Christian beliefs.
Chinese Women Favor AI Boyfriends Over Humans
Greece must address role in migrant vessel disaster that killed 600: Amnesty
Google pledges 25 million euros to boost AI skills in Europe
Hungarian President Katalin Novák Steps Down Amid Pardon Controversy
Activist crashes Hillary Clinton's speech, calls her a 'war criminal.'
In El Salvador, the 'Trump of Latin America' stuns the world with a speech slamming woke policing after winning a landslide election
Trudeau reacts to Putin's mention of Canadian Parliament applauding a former Ukrainian Nazi in his interview with Tucker Carlson.
The Spanish police blocked the farmers protest. So the farmers went out and moved the police car out of the way.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy fires top Ukraine army commander
Tucker Carlson's interview with Vladimir Putin raises EU concerns
Finnish Airline, Finnair, is voluntarily weighing passengers to better estimate flight cargo weight
Russia's Economy Expands by 3.6% Due to Increased Military Spending
Ukraine MPs Vote To Permit Use Of Dead Soldiers' Sperm
German Princess Becomes First Aristocrat To Pose Naked On Playboy Cover
UK’s King Charles III diagnosed with cancer
EU's Ursula von der Leyen Confronts Farmer Protests Amid Land Policy Debates
Distinguishing Between Harmful AI Media and Positive AI-Generated Content: A Crucial Challenge for the EU
Tucker Carlson explains why he interviewed Putin
Dutch farmers are still protesting in the Netherlands against the government, following the World Economic Forum's call for 'owning nothing.'
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stands up for European farmers and says, 'Brussels is suffocating European farmers.
This farmer seems to understand science a bit more than the event organizer, Klaus Schwab.