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G7 leaders are expected to announce on Wednesday a ban on Russian diamonds and measures to manage some 300 billion euros ($323.58 billion) in immobilised Russian central bank assets and the G7 oil price cap, sources familiar with the matter said. G7 leaders are having a virtual meeting later on Wednesday. One source specified that the G7 was expected to announce a direct ban as of Jan. 1 and then an indirect ban with a phase in period from March 1 until Sept. 1.
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Trafigura looked into whether staff colluded with Indian businessman Prateek Gupta, whom it accuses of substituting nickel with low-value metals, but was satisfied by their denials, a court document shows. Geneva-based commodity trader Trafigura filed a lawsuit against Gupta in February, alleging seven companies that it said were controlled by him carried out a systematic fraud involving nickel cargoes. Gupta has said in his defence that Trafigura staff devised the scheme at the centre of the case.
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy told Ukrainians on Wednesday that Kyiv would defeat Russia and win a fair peace "against all odds" as the future of vital U.S. military and financial aid hung in the balance. Zelenskiy delivered his defiant message in an unusual early-morning video that showed him walking through Kyiv on his way to pay his respects to fallen soldiers on what Ukraine marks as Armed Forces Day. "It has been difficult, but we have persevered," said Zelenskiy, who filmed himself on a mobile phone as he walked from his office down the central Hrushevskoho street towards central Kyiv's "wall of remembrance".
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A lawsuit by a group of Colorado voters trying to disqualify former President Donald Trump from the state’s ballot next year over his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol heads to the state Supreme Court on Wednesday. The voters, backed by the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, are challenging Trump’s eligibility to return to the presidency under an amendment to the U.S. Constitution passed after the Civil War that bars public officials from holding federal office if they have engaged in “insurrection.” The Colorado lawsuit, which will be heard by the state Supreme Court beginning at 1 p.m. MT (2000 GMT), has been viewed as a test case for a wider campaign to contest Trump’s 2024 candidacy under the constitutional provision, Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.
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Donald Trump has said that he will become a dictator for a day if he is re-elected.
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Reuters photographers were on the ground in the country throughout 2023 to show the world how Ukrainians experience the war. Two men visit the Wall of Remembrance, where rows of photos give a human face to the rising death toll. On a dismal January day in Bakhmut - soon to be the focus of months of brutal combat - three children laugh as they try out a skateboard on the roadside.
Exeter boss Rob Baxter says he will not put too much pressure on his young side for their European Champions Cup trip to Toulon.
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Analysts see less upside for the Canadian dollar than previously thought over the coming year as recent data showing a slowdown in the domestic economy brings forward the expected start of Bank of Canada interest rate cuts, a Reuters poll found. The median forecast of 35 foreign exchange analysts surveyed in the Dec. 1-5 poll was for the Canadian dollar to strengthen 0.4% to 1.3533 per U.S. dollar, or 73.89 U.S. cents, in three months, compared with 1.3450 in a November poll. "Our view is the Canadian dollar is going to face a difficult next three months as the data starts to look like the Canadian economy is teetering on the edge of recession if not in a mild recession," said Simon Harvey, head of FX analysis for Monex Europe and Monex Canada.
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Inquiry counsel Hugo Keith KC presses Mr Johnson on mistakes made
Competing factions are lobbying to influence Rishi Sunak in the days before he publishes his flagship Rwanda legislation.
US ‘maximum pressure’ sanctions have slashed wages for state workers leading to a brain drain hitting the Revolution’s ‘pillars’