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There is no set script in France for how things will now unfold as Macron and Ensemble will seek to find a way forward to avoid paralysis
289 seats needed for absolute majority; initial projections show Macron falls well short
It is one of the deadliest such attacks in recent memory as ethnic tensions continue in Africa's second most populous country
The planemaker and airline plan to invest as much as $200 million to accelerate the adoption of SAF in the country, they said Sunday
The Apple retail workers in Towson, Maryland, voted 65-33 to seek entry into the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
The 44-year-old centrist even took time ahead of an official visit to eastern Europe to discuss the vote
Brin's earlier marriage to 23andMe co-founder Anne Wojcicki ended in divorce in 2015
Germany will reduce gas consumption in the power sector and industry and push the filling of storage facilities, Habeck said, adding that the government is ready to take further measures if needed
Putin said the United States considered itself "God's emissary on Earth", and that Russia was taking its place in a new world order
Troops fired in Visuvamadu, 365 kilometres (228 miles) north of Colombo, on Saturday night as their guard point was pelted with stones
The vanishing gains suggest long-term owners are coming under pressure, a potentially worrying sign for a market known for its hodlers
It was one of the most dramatic weeks in the short history of the cryptocurrency market
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday that she expects the US economy to slow in the months ahead, but that a recession is not inevitable. Yellen offered a dose of optimism even as economists grow increasingly worried about a recession fuelled by skyrocketing inflation and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. She also expressed an openness, during an interview on ABC's This Week, to a federal gas tax holiday to help give motorists some relief at the pump. Several lawmakers have floated the idea as the average price of gasoline hovers around $5 per gallon; the tax is 18.4 cents per gallon. That's an idea that's certainly worth considering, Yellen said when asked if the administration is weighing it. She added that President Joe Biden wants to do anything he possibly can to help consumers. And Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said it's one of the tools, but told CNN's State of the Union that part of the challenge with the gas tax, of course, is that it funds the roads. Yellen sa
Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President said she was not predicting a recession despite slowing growth
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said supplying state-of-the-art weaponry to Ukrainian troops would boost the chance of freeing its eastern region of Donbas from Russian control
She did not list any specific tariffs and declined to say when the Biden administration may make a decision
Market volatility and a rapidly changing macroeconomic landscape have clouded metrics that investors typically use to value stocks
Of these cases, a whopping 99 per cent are reported in men, and "most self-identify as men who have sex with other men", the UN agency said
Projections from voting expected at 1800 GMT; Macron needs 289 seats for absolute majority in parliament * pollsters say he may fall short as smaller parties make gains
Several blasts tore through Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Kabul's Bagh-e Bala neighbourhood on Saturday
Sri Lanka will resume flights from the northern Jaffna peninsula to India next month, Aviation Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said, asserting the move would support the nation's tourism industry
Federal Reserve Guv Christopher Waller became the latest US central banker to pledge a whatever-it-takes approach to fighting inflation, three days after the Fed raised interest rates by 75 bps
The head of NATO said on Sunday the war in Ukraine could last years and Ukrainian forces faced intensified Russian assaults
White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan has tested positive for Covid-19, according to the White House
US lawmakers asked tech giant Google to fix abortion searches that mislead users to "anti-abortion fake clinics"
North Korea's new suspected Covid-19 cases dropped below 20,000, according to its state media
Due to the increase in the petroleum prices, the inflation rate measured by the Sensitive Price Index (SPI) in Pakistan increased by 3.38 per cent in comparison to the previous week
The decision could spark a wider unionization movement among Apple store workers, similar to the first Starbucks union vote last year
US President Joe Biden called the announcement of the CDC to recommend the first Covid vaccines for kids under the age of five, a monumental step forward in the nation's fight against the virus
A senior Russian military official said on Saturday that Ukrainian forces shot fake war footage in the southern city of Mykolaiv with the help of 40 actors
Russian gas giant Gazprom has announced that it will stop gas delivery via both strings of the Turkish Stream pipeline from June 21 to June 28 due to scheduled annual maintenance.
Pakistan said it was working closely with the FATF to schedule an early on-site visit to verify the progress made by the country in countering financing of terrorism and money-laundering
India will not allow any unilateral attempt by China to change the status quo or alter the Line of Actual Control (LAC), External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Saturday,
Officials warned of wildfires across the western Mediterranean region as high temperatures and a long dry spell made for combustible conditions.
When Sri Lanka's Agriculture Minister Mahinda Amaraweera attempted to inquire, chaos broke out forcing the minister to flee the premises, the report added.
India's representative to the UN Ambassador Tirumurti said that India is the greatest victim of terrorism. "It is underlying strength that has withstood radicalisation over time'', he said
President Joe Biden fell when he tried to get off his bike at the end of a ride Saturday at Cape Henlopen State Park near his beach home in Delaware, but said he wasn't hurt.
Amidst the unprecedented economic turmoil in the country, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Friday said that steps will be taken to mitigate the food crisis in the island nation.Addressing a meeting of the Committee of Food Security, Wickremesinghe said that around four to five million people will be directly impacted by the food crisis in Sri Lanka, and measures will be taken to contain it, reported the Daily Mirror newspaper.The MPs will take charge of food security programmes in 225 divisions, he added.He ordered the formation of a committee under Parliamentarian Nimal Lansa to look into the mitigation measures and demanded the strategy preparation within two weeks.Wickremesinghe directed the officials to prioritise the fishing community in terms of providing them with food, gas, and fuel.Food security for children's homes, nursing homes, and homes for persons with disabilities was given special emphasis, including the need to formulate a long-term plan for a modern
Sri Lankan government has announced a shut-down of public sector offices from next week, beginning Monday due to severe fuel shortages as the nation continues to reel under its worst economic crisis
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar condemned the "cowardly attack" on a Gurudwara in Kabul and said that India is closely monitoring developments in the Afghan capital.Taking to Twitter, the External Affairs Minister also expressed concern over the welfare of the Sikh community in Afghanistan."The cowardly attack on Gurudwara Karte Parwan should be condemned in the strongest terms by all. We have been closely monitoring developments since the news of the attack was received. Our first and foremost concern is for the welfare of the community," Jaishankar tweeted today.At least two civilians, including a Sikh man and a Muslim security guard, died after unidentified assailants attacked a Gurudwara in Afghanistan's Kabul city today morning.Afghanistan Ministry of Interior (MoI) in an earlier statement said that a number of unknown armed individuals in the early morning entered a Dharmashala. The attackers used a grenade that resulted in injuring two people.Abdul Nafay Takor, a ...
The vibrant nightlife in Pakistan's biggest city Karachi has been hit with the Sindh province govt directing all shopping malls, markets, wedding halls and restaurants to close down early to save fuel
Goyal said they were here to relaunch the negotiations for a fair, equitable and balanced free trade agreement (FTA) between the EU and India
"Surging recession fears are crippling appetite for risky assets and that has crypto traders remaining cautious about buying Bitcoin at these lows," said Edward Moya
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized emergency use of the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months, the first for kids in this age group
Afghanistan has halted the export of onions to meet the demands of its internal markets as the prices have recently surged
Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country was not threatening the world with nuclear weapons, but warned that Moscow "will use such weapons to defend its sovereignty"
At least two civilians were killed and three security personnel injured after three explosions ripped through a gurdwara in Kabul on Saturday, according to multiple sources
Pakistan is blindly following Sri Lanka's path which will lead the country to fall into the Chinese debt trap
An attack on passengers inside a San Francisco International Airport terminal on Friday left three with cuts and scrapes before the suspect was arrested, authorities said
Italy's coronavirus infection rate has been climbing for two weeks in a row after a period of decline, according to data released by the country's High Institute of Health