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US Approves $61 Billion Military Aid Package for Ukraine — And Russia Warns of More Damage and Deaths

US Approves $61 Billion Military Aid Package for Ukraine — And Russia Warns of More Damage and Deaths

The US House of Representatives' approval of a $61 billion military aid package for Ukraine has garnered mixed reactions internationally, including a warning from Russia.

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Taiwan Seeks US Funding as Chinese Warplanes Slowly Approach the Country

Taiwan's military engages in talks with the United States over newly allocated funding following reports of Chinese military aircraft breaching the sensitive median line of the Taiwan Strait.

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Philippines Wants US, Japan to Fund Freight Railway Project After It Drops Funding Talks With China

Philippines Wants US, Japan to Fund Freight Railway Project After It Drops Funding Talks With China

The Philippines is seeking alternative financing deals for a freight railway project after funding talks with China were dropped.

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IMF: Russia's Economy to Grow Faster Than US, Other Advanced Economies Despite International Sanctions Over Ukraine

IMF: Russia's Economy to Grow Faster Than US, Other Advanced Economies Despite International Sanctions Over Ukraine

Despite international sanctions over its war in Ukraine, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has forecasted that the economy of Russia will grow quicker than all of the advanced economies in the world, including the United States, in 2024.

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US Steel Shareholders Approve Sale of the Iconic American Firm to Japan's Nippon Steel Despite Joe Biden's Opposition

US Steel Shareholders Approve Sale of the Iconic American Firm to Japan's Nippon Steel Despite Joe Biden's Opposition

US Steel shareholders have overwhelmingly approved the firm's sale to Japan's Nippon Steel for a cash payment of $14.1 billion.

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Wealthy Americans Are Increasingly Applying for Second Passports as They Prepare to Flee the US

Wealthy Americans Are Increasingly Applying for Second Passports as They Prepare to Flee the US

A prominent law firm reveals that wealthy Americans are increasingly applying for second citizenships and national residences.

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US Approves Ukraine's Emergency Request to Buy $138 Million Worth of Hawk Missile Parts, Repair Services

US Approves Ukraine's Emergency Request to Buy $138 Million Worth of Hawk Missile Parts, Repair Services

The US has approved Ukraine's emergency request to purchase spare parts and repair services for its HAWK missile systems.

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Russia, China Agree to Boost Economic and Security Ties to Counter US Dominance in Europe and Asia

Russia, China Agree to Boost Economic and Security Ties to Counter US Dominance in Europe and Asia

Russia and China have announced plans to deepen their security cooperation in Asia and Europe to counter the US' attempts to exert dominance on these regions.

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Dutch Government Set to Comply With US Demands on Chip Exports to China

Dutch Government Set to Comply With US Demands on Chip Exports to China

The Dutch government is reportedly set to comply with the US demand to tighten restrictions on semiconductor-related exports to China.

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China's Xi Jinping Warns Joe Biden on Tech Export Restrictions, Says Beijing Will Not 'Sit Back' if US Continues to Impose Them

China's Xi Jinping Warns Joe Biden on Tech Export Restrictions, Says Beijing Will Not 'Sit Back' if US Continues to Impose Them

President Joe Biden and China's President Xi Jinping clashed in a telephone call on Tuesday about US restrictions on high-technology exports.

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China Slams US for Tightening Chip Export Rules

China Slams US for Tightening Chip Export Rules

The Chinese government has slammed the US for tightening regulations about semiconductor exports, claiming they have created trade barriers and heightened uncertainty in the chip industry.

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China's Xi Jinping Meets American CEOs to Woo Back Foreign Investors, Mend Strained Relations With US

China's Xi Jinping Meets American CEOs to Woo Back Foreign Investors, Mend Strained Relations With US

China's President Xi Jinping met with more than a dozen American CEOs and academics on Wednesday in an effort to mend strained relations with the US.

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US, South Korea Form New Task Force to Block North Korea Oil Shipments

US, South Korea Form New Task Force to Block North Korea Oil Shipments

The US and South Korea have set up a new task force to prevent North Korea from obtaining illegal oil.

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American Retirees To Soon Gain Reliable Income Stream Via BlackRock Fund Amid Savings Crisis

BlackRock CEO Larry Fink advocates urgent action to address the US retirement crisis, proposing initiatives like the LifePath Paycheck fund to provide retirees with a reliable income stream.

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Biden Administration Is Considering Blacklisting Huawei-Linked Chinese Chipmakers: Report

Biden Administration Is Considering Blacklisting Huawei-Linked Chinese Chipmakers: Report

Many Chinese semiconductor companies associated with Huawei are reportedly being considered for blacklisting by the Biden administration.

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