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National Geographic has unveiled the highest 'Pictures of the Yr' showcasing probably the most stunning images from all over the world that were captured in 2022.  One striking image is of massive pale blue icebergs jutting out...
An elaborate United States-led plan to limit what Russia can charge for its oil exports is ready to cap the value of Russian crude at $60 a barrel, the Group of seven nations agreed on Friday....

IMF sounds alarm on UK tax cut plans

The UK government proposals will work at "cross purposes" with the cost-of-living fight, the IMF says.

Nasa DART mission live: ‘No cause for alarm’ as asteroid crash test set for impact

<img class="i-amphtml-fill-content i-amphtml-replaced-content" decoding="async" alt="An artist’s illustration of Nasa’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission because it closes in on the asteroid Dimorphos" src="https://static.independent.co.uk/2022/09/23/22/dart_2.jpg?quality=75&width=982&height=726&auto=webp"...

How Sri Lanka’s economic collapse raises alarm bells for other emerging markets

In the course of the 2010s, Sri Lanka had one in every of the fastest-growing economies in Asia. Things took a 180-degree turn at the tip of...

Global financial CRASH: Recession ‘IS coming’ –economist’s alarm in latest forecast and chart

A GLOBAL recession IS "coming", a number one economist has warned amid signs global manufacturing is "grinding to a halt".

What Is the Yield Curve? Wall Street’s Recession Alarm Is Ringing.

Wall Street’s most talked about recession indicator is sounding its loudest alarm in twenty years, intensifying concerns amongst investors that the U.S. economy is...

Euro crisis could return: Top European economist sounds alarm after ECB panic meeting

THE EU could possibly be poised for a repeat of the Eurozone crisis following a hastily-convened meeting of the European Central Bank, a top...

London faces ‘increasing danger of drought’ over water scarcity: ‘Sound the alarm’ | Science | News

Based on a latest report, lower than three percent of the planet’s water is suitable for drinking, most of which is currently trapped in...

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