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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte criticized rich nations at the U.N. General Assembly for hoarding COVID-19 vaccines while much of the developing world continues to suffer shortages. The Philippines' vaccination campaign started in March after repeated delays, and has been plagued by shortages, delivery delays and hesitancy, including from those who prefer Western brands.
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South Africa coach Jacques Nienaber has gone for experience in naming his side for the Springboks' historic 100th test match against New Zealand on Saturday. Nienaber recalled the veteran trio of Lood de Jager, Elton Jantjies and Frans Steyn for the match at Townsville in north Queensland state as the Springboks look to recover from two losses in a row to Australia in the Rugby Championship.
Stock futures opened lower Tuesday evening as investors anxiously awaited the arrival of the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy decision after a volatile start to the week.
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The second and final batch of 1.75 million Moderna COVID-19 vaccines gifted to Mexico by the United States arrived at the Toluca International Airport on September 21, Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Relations said.These 1.75 million doses follow a previous shipment of 1.75 million Moderna doses that arrived in Mexico on August 24, making a combined total of 3.5 million doses.In a press release on September 21, the secretary said Mexico has had 111,451,615 vaccine doses and counting from various providers available since December 23 and aims to have administered at least one dose to every person aged 18 and older by October 31.Mexico has authorized the “emergency use” of nine different vaccines, including AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Sinopharm and Covaxin, according to the Secretary of Foreign Relations.“Since May 25, almost 80,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have been given to more than 73,000 Mexicans on the border between [Mexico and the United States]. About 30,000 more doses will be given there,” the secretary said in a press release on August 24, following the first Moderna shipment from the United States.Video released by Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Relations shows the Moderna shipment arriving in Toluca on Tuesday morning, via a FedEx aircraft originating from Memphis, Tennessee, the secretary said. Credit: Marcelo Ebrard via Storyful
On a day that has been remarkably good for music companies on stock markets, Warner Music Group — which saw its stock climb thanks in part to Universal Music’s lofty IPO — on Tuesday announced the sale of an aggregate of 2,340,000 shares of the company’s common stock by affiliates of Access Industries to Morgan […]
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A military jet plane was seen flying over Manhattan on Tuesday, September 21, as world leaders gathered at the United Nations for the 76th General Assembly.Defense officials confirmed that a US F-16 was involved in intercepting a Cessna that flew into restricted airspace near the UN on Tuesday, according to reports. The plane was subsequently escorted away from restricted airspace.Social media users in Manhattan shared footage on Tuesday showing at least one jet flying over the borough. This footage, taken in Manhattan, shows the jet streaking across the sky. Credit: @koreanjohndoe via Storyful
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Stocks on Wall Street couldn’t manage to sustain a morning rally Tuesday, closing nearly flat following Monday’s steep sell-off. Default fears over property developer China Evergrande and uncertainty ahead of the Federal Reserve’s comments on its bond purchase tapering program coming on Wednesday capped the gains. Trader Jeff Tomasulo of Vespula Capital says the markets could head further south. “Can it continue? Absolutely. I think we could get a much deeper sell off, but the key is to see how the market reacts after the Fed tomorrow.”Tomasulo noted that the S&P failed to climb back above a key technical level that had served as a floor of sorts this year. The S&P and Dow finished roughly flat while the Nasdaq inched a fifth of a percent higher. Uber shot up nearly 12%. The ride hailing company said it could post its first adjusted profit for the current quarter, citing a recovery in ride bookings and a surge in online food orders. Shares of Johnson & Johnson rose a half percent. The drug maker said Tuesday a booster shot given two months after the first significantly increased protection against the coronavirus. And U.S. Bancorp shares gained nearly 3%. The parent of U.S. Bank is buying MUFG Union Bank for $8 billion.
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The largest banks are asking regulators to give them the space to grow their crypto asset exposures, sparking debate over where guardrails should be placed on the emerging asset class.
Inter Milan underlined their desire to retain the Serie A title on Tuesday after coming back from a goal down to win 3-1 at Fiorentina and move top of the pile.
More than 200 buildings were destroyed and 6,000 people evacuated by September 21 amid the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma, Spain, Telecinco reported.The first eruption was reported at around 3:30 pm local time September 19 and sent smoke and lava spewing out of several fissures.This timelapse video, taken by Valean Claudiu Marius from Tazacorte, shows the volcano erupting on September 19 as the moon rose above the mountains behind it. Credit: Valean Claudiu Marius via Storyful