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Algeria is celebrating 60 years of independence from France on Tuesday with nationwide ceremonies, a pardon of 14,000 prisoners and its first military parade in years. The events mark the country's official declaration of independence on July 5, 1962, after a brutal seven-year war which ended 132 years of colonial rule. The war, which killed at least 1.5 million people, remains a point of tension in relations between Algeria and France.
Boris Johnson said the Government was ‘firmly on the side of the British people’.
Ex-Foreign Office permanent secretary Lord McDonald said the PM was told ‘in person’ about an inquiry into the former deputy chief whip.
Dublin, July 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "The Global Market for Carbon Nanomaterials in Energy Storage 2022-2032" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. With global energy demands ever-increasing, allied to efforts to reduce the use of fossil fuel and eliminate air pollution, it is now essential to provide efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly energy storage devices. The growing market for smart grid networks, electric vehicles (EVs), and plug-in hybri
The energy sector is shifting to sustainable and green resources; as a result, the share of renewables in the power generation mix is rising. However, this presents another challenge for the power industry; renewable sources are intermittent, which pressurizes the power transmission and distribution (T&D) industry to maintain power supply in line with demand.New York, July 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Recent Innovations and Developments and F
NEW YORK, July 05, 2022--The 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12) held by the World Trade Organization (WTO) took place from June 12 to 15 in Geneva. Justin Sun, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Grenada to the WTO, led the Grenada delegation to attend the conference and spoke on the first day of the event about multilateral trade, e-commerce, and digital economy, among other topics.
Congo's President Felix Tshisekedi will meet with his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame in Angola amid rising tensions between the two neighboring countries, a Congolese government spokesman said. The two leaders on Wednesday will discuss bilateral relations and the armed conflict in eastern Congo, where M23 rebels last month took a town near the Uganda border, Congo spokesman Patrick Muyaya told The Associated Press Tuesday.
Customer behaviour is changing with pressure on household budgets set to increase, supermarket says.
Greece will extend subsidies to power bills at a cost of more than 700 million euros in July to shore up households and businesses following many months of rising energy prices, its energy minister said on Tuesday. Greece, like many other EU countries, is wrestling with a sharp rise in power bills driven by sky-rocketing gas prices, as the Ukraine war and European sanctions on Russia deepen worries over security of gas supplies. On top of soaring energy costs, Russia has cut off supplies to some EU countries, triggering a further rise in natural gas prices.
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Israel's caretaker prime minister left Tuesday for a day-long visit to Paris to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron. It was the first overseas trip by Yair Lapid since he took office last week. Lapid said one of the main objectives of his meeting with Macron was to convey Israel's position concerning the Iranian nuclear deal currently being negotiated between world powers and Iran.
The euro slumped to a two-decade low on Tuesday as the latest surge in European gas prices added to worries about a recession, while there was no stopping the dollar as U.S. Treasury yields staged a rebound. MUFG's head of global markets research, Derek Halpenny, said the risks of Europe backsliding into a recession looked to be growing after another big 17% jump in natural gas prices in both Europe and in Britain. Concerns about how the European Central Bank will react were also gnawing at sentiment after German Bundesbank chief Joachim Nagel had hit out at the ECB's plans to try and shield highly indebted countries from sharp rises in borrowing rates.
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Joao Santos, the agent of Chelsea midfielder Jorginho, has admitted the player’s “priority” is to stay at Stamford Bridge and revealed talks over his future will start in September. The Italian international has entered the final year of his contract in west London and will be able to talk to foreign clubs in January as things stand. While the 30-year-old remains a key figure under Thomas Tuchel, making 47 appearances across all competitions last season, there is a recent precedent in Chelsea losing key players for free.
Multiple evacuation orders and warnings were in place for areas in and around Sydney on July 5, as some 50,000 people were affected by severe flooding.Fire and Rescue New South Wales said its crews had played a major role in some 249 flood rescues since the weekend.“There were 101 flood rescues, mainly in Sydney’s southwest last night between 5pm and 9pm,” the service said, “including 50 rescues from homes and stranded vehicles in a half-hour period.” Over two dozen more rescues followed into the early morning, they said.The Bureau of Meteorology said heavy rain would persist into Wednesday for the Mid North Coast and parts of the Northern Tablelands. Credit: Fire and Rescue New South Wales via Storyful
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We aren’t out of the woods yet. Flights are still being cancelled and the problem looks set to continue through the summer as airlines go on strike, staff shortages continue to cause disruptions and British Airways prepares to cancel up to 650 flights through July. If it happens to you, the quicker you act, the better the chance of mitigating the consequences.
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