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IOC gives green light for Russian and Belarusian athletes to compete in Paris

The International Olympic Committee has been criticised after it further paved the way for Russian and Belarusian athletes to compete at the 2024 Olympic...

Cash-strapped Pakistan’s rupee plunges amid talks with IMF

Cash-strapped Pakistan’s currency has plunged against the dollar after the government indicated it is ready to comply with tough conditions set by the International...

China rings in Lunar New Year with most Covid rules lifted

People across China rang in the Lunar New Year on Sunday with family gatherings and crowds visiting temples after the government lifted its strict...

Israel’s Netanyahu fires Cabinet ally following court ruling

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fired a key Cabinet ally, heeding a Supreme Court ruling ordering him to do so and deepening a...

Indian wrestlers end protest over sexual harassment claims

Leading Indian wrestlers have called off a sit-in protest near the parliament building after a government assurance that an investigation into their allegations of...

Elon Musk in court to defend Tesla buyout tweet in civil case

Elon Musk was summoned to court on Friday to defend a 2018 tweet claiming he had lined up the financing to take Tesla private...

Romanian judge grants 30-day extension of Andrew Tate detention

A judge in Romania has granted prosecutors another request to extend the arrest of Andrew Tate by 30 days. The social media personality has been...

Jacinda Ardern announces shock resignation as New Zealand prime minister

Jacinda Ardern has announced her shock resignation as New Zealand prime minister, saying she “no longer has enough in the tank” to do the...

Strikes and protests test French plan to raise retirement age

French workers angry over proposed changes to retirement rules are halting high-speed trains, disrupting electricity supplies and taking to the streets in a day...

US fines Virgin Atlantic $1m for flights over Iraq

The US Transportation Department has fined British airline Virgin Atlantic up to $1.05 million (€970,000) for flying over restricted airspace in Iraq while operating...

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