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Group set to devote more time to discussing approach to Beijing than any other topic as West seeks to reassert its role as a global leaderGuests at the meeting include several key Indo-Pacific nations, including Australia, India and South Korea
LONDON (Reuters) - Nearly 20 million more people faced food crises last year amid armed conflict, the COVID-19 pandemic and weather extremes, and the outlook for this year is again grim, according to a report by the Global Network Against Food Crises (GNAFC).
BERLIN (Reuters) -Germany said on Wednesday it was banning Ansaar International, an Islamic organisation which Berlin says has financed terrorism around the world, and police raided affiliates of the group.
EDINBURGH, Scotland (Reuters) -The Scottish National Party's bid to win a clear mandate for having another independence referendum was balanced on a knife edge on the eve of Thursday's parliamentary election, with polls showing the expected result was too close to call.
Coal consumption has already reached a plateau and power and steel industries are expected to reach peak emissions by 2025At the same time, about half of the country’s cities and provinces are moving over to renewable sources of energy
KUALA LUMPUR: Oil and gas (O&G) stocks are among the most active counters on Bursa Malaysia in early trade Wednesday on stronger Brent crude oil price.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose nearly 2% on Tuesday after more U.S. states eased lockdowns and the European Union sought to attract travellers, though soaring COVID-19 cases in India capped gains
NEW YORK/LONDON: World equity indexes slid and U.S. Treasury yields fell on Tuesday as low trading volume, a lull in economic news and lack of a catalyst to lift stocks higher sparked a sell-off by investors worried further upside in markets is limited.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden said on Tuesday he would like to hold his proposed summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin during his June trip to Europe.
PARIS (Reuters) - Franco-Italian chipmaker STMicroelectronics sees no reason to join a potential European Union semiconductors alliance, its chief executive said on Tuesday, as the European Commission is seeking to boost Europe's independence in microchips.