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After Vladimir Putin Meets Xi Jinping, Russia and China Establish Payment Alternatives to Evade US Sanctions for Now

Russia's President Vladimir Putin's visit to China last month reportedly secured alternative payment methods for the two nations.


Russian Hackers Demand $50 Million Ransom After NHS Hospital Cyberattack

Following a cyberattack on Synnovis that disrupted NHS hospitals, Russian hacker group Qilin has demanded a $50 million ransom while threatening to release stolen data obtained during the breach...

Italy Arrests Russian Businessman Accused of Helping Son of Putin Ally Escape From House Arrest

Italian authorities have arrested a Russian businessman accused of assisting the son of a Putin ally in escaping house arrest in Italy...

Germany Urges China to Make 'Serious' Move on Issue of EV Tariffs

Germany is urging China to take decisive steps regarding tariffs on imported electric vehicles (EVs)...


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Tesco Delays Pay Rise for a Month, Angering Employees
Tesco employees have expressed frustration on a month-long delay in a promised pay raise.
UK Rail Regulator Allows Grand Union Trains to Open a London-Scotland Route
Grand Union will receive approval to operate trains from London to Stirling by 2025, increasing passenger options as the government aims for more competition in the rail sector.
Russia-North Korea Partnership: What Kind of Weapons Technology Is Moscow Sending to Pyongyang?
Experts said Russia has a range of military technologies that it could offer to North Korea in exchange for weapons to sustain its war in Ukraine.
UK Scraps 'Non-Dom' Tax Status, Aims to Raise £2.7 Billion Annually
UK Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt plans to eliminate the "non-dom" status in the UK, aiming for a fairer, more competitive global tax system.
Russia and China Are Planning to Build a Nuclear Power Plant on the Moon
Russia and China are planning to build a nuclear power plant on the moon by 2035.
EU Exploring Potential Transition of Weapons Industry to ‘War Economy Mode'
The European Commission will propose strengthening the EU's armaments industry and entering "war economy mode" in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
France Urges EU To Finance New Defense Strategy Amid Struggles Brought By Russia-Ukraine Conflict
France, Poland, and Estonia are calling on the European Union to secure funding for defense programs in response to vulnerabilities exposed in the EU's defense capabilities during the Russia-Ukraine w
Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Some Other OPEC+ Producers to Prolong Oil Production Cuts Until June
Saudi Arabia, Russia, and some other key members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Plus (OPEC+) have decided to prolong their voluntary crude supply cuts until June.
Man Killed by Vitamin D Supplements He Took for 9 Months; Coroner Calls for Side Effect Warning to Supplement Labels
An 89-year-old man died due to complications arising from excessive intake of vitamin D supplements.
Google Sued by Axel Springer, 31 Other Media Groups in Europe for $2.3 Billion Over Digital Ad Practices
Google is facing a 2.1 billion euros ($2.3 billion) lawsuit filed by 32 media organizations in Europe, including Axel Springer and Schibsted, over alleged financial losses due to the company's digital
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