Prices at the pump fall, and consumption stabilizes

by Jessica Adamson 18 August 2022

  Americans kept their spending in check in July as lower gasoline prices allowed them to buy other goods, which will be a factor when the central bank...

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The death of the famous director Wolfgang Petersen

by Aviva Smadja 18 August 2022

  The successful director Wolfgang Petersen died at the age of 81. Revealed by the German film "Das Boot - The Boat," the filmmaker then made a career...

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Manchester United attracts billionaires from all over the world

by Dan Smadja 18 August 2022

  The list is getting longer. The British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe is now interested in the famous English club. According to several sources, the American Glazer family, which...

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Eastern European countries stand up better to the economic crisis

by Nicolas Misk 18 August 2022

  Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovenia continued to grow faster in the second quarter than the EU average, although they stalled due to the war in Ukraine. In...

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Bulgaria would be the first home of the Panda, but 6 million years ago

by David Smadja 17 August 2022

  A Bulgarian researcher and paleontologist from Sofia have just announced the existence of a giant panda, a cousin of the Chinese, in western Bulgaria. It disappeared at...

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Wall Street soars, and the Nasdaq stagnates

by Jessica Adamson 17 August 2022

  Wall Street regained confidence in the consumer on Tuesday, August 16, buoyed by better-than-expected results in the retail sector, which pushed up the Dow Jones at the...

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Brussels to deliver Moderna vaccines with precise logistics

by Aviva Smadja 17 August 2022

  Brussels and Moderna have agreed to better meet EU countries' needs for Covid-19 vaccines for the late summer and winter period; the EC said Aug. 9. "This...

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Hearing aids to be sold without a prescription in the US

by givantuto sangria 17 August 2022

  Within two months, hearing aids for mild to moderate hearing problems will be available directly from stores without a prescription in the United States, the country's health...

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Sharks remain extremely dangerous in Florida

by Jessica Adamson 17 August 2022

  His family said that a 10-year-old boy had amputated part of his leg after being bitten by a shark in Florida's Keys. Jameson Reeder Jr. was attacked...

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Ash Champion in the Pokemon Journeys Master Tournament

by Aviva Smadja 16 August 2022

After wrapping up its quarterfinals for the Master's Tournament with a new poster, Pokemon Journeys is already looking ahead to the next episode by promoting Ash Ketchum's showdown...

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A treatment against cancer thanks to camels

by Jessica Adamson 16 August 2022

  At Israel's Ben Gurion University, Professor Niv Papo has discovered that tiny antibodies called nanobodies, found only in camels and sharks, can penetrate hard cancerous tissue to...

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The world is not prepared for the successive climate crises

by Aviva Smadja 16 August 2022

  PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) scientists warned of the potential for a series of global warming disasters "dangerously unexplored" by the international community. They...

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COVID-19 increases dramatically in Malaysia

by Eric 15 August 2022

  The COVID-19 pandemic remains dramatic in Malaysia. Kementerian Kesihatan, the Malaysian Ministry of Health, announced that the country had recorded 3,045 new cases of COVID-19 in the...

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NASA’s exceptional mission to the Moon

by Jessica Adamson 15 August 2022

  NASA will launch a rocket - the most powerful in the world - that will propel a habitable capsule into orbit around the Moon before returning to...

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Bullet Train stays in the station but keeps the lead at the U.S. box office

by Aviva Smadja 15 August 2022

  Sony Studios' Bullet Train continues to lead the North American box office in its second week of release, according to estimates on Sunday, August 14, by Exhibitor...

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The outbreak of monkeypox in the US

by Aviva Smadja 14 August 2022

  Officials in New York City declared a public health emergency due to the spread of the monkeypox virus, calling the city "the epicenter" of the outbreak. People...

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In the US, employers are struggling to find employees

by Jessica Adamson 14 August 2022

  Domestic workers, waiters, teachers, mailmen... Job ads are swarming in the United States, as the number of workers has decreased since the pandemic between retirements, immigration restrictions,...

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The Bulgarian government wants to create a 600 million Leva fund to help SMEs recover from the COVID-19 crisis

by Jessica Adamson 12 August 2022

  With its Bulgarian Ministry of Innovation and Growth, the Bulgarian government said it plans to make 600 million leva, or about 306.8 million euros, from the European...

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Nezuko Kamado is the main character of Demon Slayer

by Aviva Smadja 12 August 2022

  Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles (also known as Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles) has introduced Nezuko Kamado, the newest downloadable character for the anime...

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The UN’s courageous declaration against cryptocurrencies in developing countries

by David Smadja 12 August 2022

  Decisions must be taken to curb the rise of cryptocurrencies in developing countries, the United Nations said, calling them "an unstable financial asset that can lead to...

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