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Latest in Business

  • Hong Kong stocks near 2-month lows as absence of policy support makes investors edgy
  • Southeast Asia is a top choice for firms diversifying supply chains amid U.S.-China tensions
  • Kraken says hackers turned to 'extortion' after exploiting bug for $3M
  • European markets tick higher as investors look ahead to fresh data
  • Asian Buyout Firm Shortlists Bidders for $800 Million Malaysia Hospital Sale
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Latest in Culture

  • Janis Paige, enduring 'Silk Stockings' star from Hollywood's Golden Age, dies at 101
  • How Chengdu became China's unofficial 'gay capital' despite uncertain LGBTQ rights
  • Taylor Swift Joined Onstage in London by Boyfriend Travis Kelce for Special Song
  • Netflix's No 1 film continues undesirable review streak for Jessica Alba
  • Chinese dissident recalls secretive jet-ski escape across the Yellow Sea
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Latest in Environment

  • 'Time is life': the Delhi clinic treating the city's heat stroke victims
  • UK's drive to install heat pumps stymied by 'lack of demand and skill shortage'
  • Huge fire erupts on UK industrial estate as vast plume of smoke billows over Glasgow
  • Malaysia's coral reefs at risk of dying off with most already bleached
  • Urgent UK hot weather 96-hour warning as 'heatwave' turns weather maps dark red
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Latest in Health

  • bonanza : PM Christopher Luxon says it with Pharmac: from cancer drug delivery failure to medicines boost
  • Delhi water crisis: AAP says Atishi's health deteriorating due to fast, lost 2kg weight, doctors have advised hospitalisation
  • US is 'flying blind' with bird flu, repeating mistakes of COVID, health experts say
  • Russian region of Dagestan holds a day of mourning after attacks kill 19 people
  • Israeli air attack kills Gaza emergency health chief

Latest in the United States

  • Apple hit by first charges under new European tech law
  • Apple found in breach of EU competition rules
  • CBS revised economic growth figures, Q1 contraction was 0.5%
  • Apple's App Store policies charged under new E.U. competition law
  • Apple is first company charged with violating EU's DMA rules

Latest in Politics

  • Labour's budget hopes rest on overly optimistic forecasts, say economists
  • Israeli PM reiterates claim that the US is withholding weapon deliveries
  • Donald Trump Talks About Taking Off His Shirt To Show 'Wounds.' Internet Can't Even.
  • EU devises legal loophole to bypass Hungary veto on support for Ukraine
  • Ukraine-Russia war live: Moscow blames US for Crimea strike as UN warns against attacks near nuclear plant
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Latest in Research

  • China faces backlash over toxic rocket debris crash
  • German bank Baader to launch 'AI-enhanced' active ETF
  • India's AI boom fuels chatbot adaptation for diverse languages
  • Apple found in breach of EU competition rules over App Store
  • SpaceX successfully replaces booster on Starlink mission
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