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Sudan to establish counter-terrorism force — Sovereign Council

The demonstration of the families of the victims of the Beirut explosion immobilizes the Palace of Justice BEIRUT: Relatives of victims of the explosion that destroyed the port of Beirut in August 2020 staged a new protest in the city on Monday, amid growing anger and frustration over what they …

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Olympics icon loses contact with dad in Tonga following tsunami disaster

Tongan Olympian Pita Taufatofauthe, the Tongan flag bearer who captured international attention at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, has revealed he has not heard from his father and his family since the Tongan tsunami on Saturday evening. “Still no news from my father or …

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North Korean hackers stole $400 million in cryptocurrency in 2021: Chainalysis

North Korean hackers stole around $400 million worth of cryptocurrency through cyberattacks on digital currency outlets last year, blockchain data platform Chainalysis said Thursday. Pyongyang is under multiple international sanctions for its atomic bomb and ballistic missile developments, but analysts say the North has also bolstered its cyber capabilities with …

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Russian bank owner Tinkoff acquires Swiss digital asset company

TCS Group, owner of major Russian private bank Tinkoff, is exposing itself to digital assets. The company has invested in Swiss digital asset services provider Aximetria, which is set to become the first major crypto-related company, local news agency The Bell said. reported Wednesday. Source: Aximetry Continue reading on Coin …

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Asia-Pacific stocks seek rebound against omicron

Amber Sinha, senior portfolio manager of global equities at CIBC Asset Management, said that during previous waves of Covid, Asia has generally lagged behind other regions. “This is in large part because of their approach to the pandemic,” he said in an interview. Since the start of 2020, the MSCI …

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The efforts of Yokohama National Univ. to support international students during a pandemic

Chinese and Japanese students chat in the activity space of YNU105, a student group that supports international students at Yokohama National University, Yokohama, on December 13, 2021. The name of the group is derived from the initials of the name of the university and room number of the class where …

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Sony turns to electric cars for next big hit

The Sony Corp logo. is displayed outside the company’s showroom in Tokyo, Japan. Akio Kon | Bloomberg | Getty Images Japan’s Sony group plans to launch a company this spring to examine entry into the electric vehicle market, looking to harness its entertainment and sensor strengths to play a larger …

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Supergirl star Azie Tesfai reflects on writing ‘blind spots’

Last fall Super girl star Azie Tesfai became the first Arrowverse actor to write an episode of her own series when she co-wrote the episode “Blind Spots” with writer J. Holtham. The episode saw Tesfai’s character Kelly Olsen face a rapidly escalating tragedy for an underserved community, but the situation …

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Bilibili Hosts Annual New Years Gala “The Most Beautiful Night of 2021”

This year, the platform launched a “parallel performance” model, offering an innovative viewing experience. Members of the public who signed up for the livestream before 4:30 p.m. on the 31st of December, could choose to watch the gala via the themed versions, “Fantasy Space” or “Magical Space”. Both formats of …

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