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Charles III Reads Labour's Economic Plans in UK's State Opening of Parliament

Following the landslide victory of the Labour Party in the United Kingdom’s general election earlier this month, British Prime Minister Sir Keir Starmer laid out the government’s plans to reinvigorate..

Russia's Plot to Assassinate CEO of German Arms Firm Supplying Ukraine Thwarted by US, Germany

Russia's attempted assassination plot targeting Armin Papperger, CEO of Rheinmetall AG, a major German arms manufacturer supplying Ukraine, was thwarted by US and German authorities...


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US Sanctions Several Firms in Hong Kong, UAE for Involvement in Russian Gold Trade
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Surge of Chinese EVs in Australia Sparks Dumping Concerns, Up to 50 Brands Expected by 2030
The influx of Chinese electric vehicles into the Australian car market, potentially reaching up to 50 brands by 2030.
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