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Salman Rushdie on ventilator, may lose eye

Salman Rushdie's official Andrew Wylie said in a statement that his health condition is not very well and Rushdie, author of The Satanic Verses, may lose an eye. Read More...

FBI recovers ‘top secret’ documents from Trump’s house

Regarding the seizure of documents, the former president said he did not commit any crime. There is nothing hidden in the documents. He would have willingly given anything if they asked him. Read More...

Gunmen killed after trying to breach FBI office

The Guardian also reported that the police still tried to talk to the man, but he refused to surrender. When the suspect pointed his weapon at the police, the security officers opened fire and he waws shot dead on the spot. Read More...

Pelosi: US cannot allow China’s ‘new normal’ over Taiwan

House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Wednesday the United States could not allow China to normalize the new level of pressure on Taiwan it asserted with days of military drills following her visit to the Chinese-claimed island. Read More...

LNG traders absorb huge losses after supply outages

Major energy traders are taking hundreds of millions of dollars in losses as they scramble to plug a liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply gap after several outages hampered efforts to fill European storage ahead of the winter heating season. Read More...

Ukraine says 9 Russian warplanes destroyed in Crimea blasts.

Ukraine said Wednesday that nine Russian warplanes were destroyed in a deadly string of explosions at an air base in Crimea that appeared to be the result of a Ukrainian attack, which would represent a significant escalation in the war. Read More...


Ukraine says 9 Russian warplanes destroyed in Crimea blasts

Ukraine said Wednesday that nine Russian warplanes were destroyed in a deadly string of explosions at an air base in Crimea that appeared to be the result of a Ukrainian attack, which would represent a significant escalation in the war. Read More...

China withdraws promise not to send troops to Taiwan if it takes control of island

China has withdrawn a promise not to send troops or administrators to Taiwan if it takes control of the island, an official document showed on Wednesday, signalling a decision by President Xi Jinping to grant less autonomy than previously offered. Read More...

US inflation will likely stay high even as gas prices fall

Americans may finally be catching a break from relentlessly surging prices — if just a slight one — even as inflation is expected to remain painfully high for months. Thanks largely to falling gas prices, the government’s inflation report for July, to be released Wednesday morning, is expected to show that prices jumped 8.7% from a year earlier — still a sizzling pace but a slowdown from the 9.1% year-over-year figure in June, which was the highest in four decades. Read More...

Sri Lanka to raise electricity price by a massive 264%

Sri Lanka's state-run electricity monopoly will raise tariffs by a stinging 264 percent for people consuming the least, it announced Tuesday, while higher users will face a smaller increase. Read More...

What legal woes does Trump face?

Former US President Donald Trump said on Monday that FBI agents raided his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Law enforcement officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Trump's claims. Read More...

Taiwanese foreign minister warns China preparing for invasion

Taiwan's foreign minister said on Tuesday that China was using the military drills it launched in protest against US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit as an excuse to prepare for an invasion of the self-ruled island. Read More...

Air traffic around Taiwan returning to normal despite new Chinese drills

Air traffic around Taiwan is gradually returning to normal after airspace surrounding the island reopened, Taiwan's Ministry of Transportation and Communications said on Monday, although China later announced fresh military drills in the area. Read More...

Climate change compensation fight brews ahead of COP27 summit

Tensions are mounting ahead of this year's UN climate summit; as vulnerable countries ramp up demands for rich countries to pay compensation for losses inflicted on the world's poorest people by climate change. Read More...

Ukraine power plant shelled again, Zelenskiy rails at Russian ‘nuclear terror’

Ukraine said on Sunday that renewed Russian shelling had damaged three radiation sensors and hurt a worker at the Zaporizhzhia power plant, in the second hit in consecutive days on Europe’s largest nuclear facility. Read More...

Food prices soared by up to 30% in Pakistan: WB

The World Bank has said the prices of food items in Pakistan had increased by 5% to 30%. This was stated in the "World Food Security Update Report" released by the WB. According to the report, the war between Russia and Ukraine has caused the poor countries to suffer from food and debt crises. Read More...