The outgoing Iraqi parliament ahead of elections
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Rent the Runway (RENT) starting trading above its IPO price on Wednesday. The stock opened at $23 per share after the fashion rental company priced its IPO at $21 each, at the top of its marketed range.
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European Union regulators opened an investigation Wednesday into graphics chipmaker Nvidia’s $40 billion purchase of chip designer Arm over concerns it would limit competition, adding to global scrutiny of the deal. The European Commission said it's concerned the combined company would have the ability and incentive to restrict access to technology from United Kingdom-based Arm Ltd., whose chip designs power the vast majority of the world’s smartphones. Nvidia Corp., based in Santa Clara, California, said last year that it was buying Arm from Japanese technology giant Softbank.
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A decision on the bail application of an American journalist jailed for the past five months in Myanmar has been delayed because the judge broke his arm, the journalist's lawyer said Wednesday. Danny Fenster was detained at Yangon International Airport on May 24 as he was about to board a flight to go to the Detroit area in the United States to see his family. Fenster has been charged with incitement -- also known as sedition -- for allegedly spreading false or inflammatory information.
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A powerful nor’easter storm knocked out power for hundreds of thousands in eastern Massachusetts as wind gusts “over hurricane force” pummeled the area on Wednesday, October 27, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.John Luck posted video on Twitter showing some of the downed trees in the Bridgewater area on Wednesday morning.The NWS reported its highest wind gust at 94 mph in Edgartown. A total of 407,535 customers were without power as of 6:30 am on Wednesday. Travel was not recommended for residents in the affected areas. Credit: John Luck via Storyful
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Could protecting Britain’s peatlands be pivotal in its fight to slow climate change?Conservationist Christopher Dean believes so.“It's important as keeping this in the ground here as it is important not mining coal and putting coal back into the atmosphere."Peatlands take carbon dioxide - or CO2 - out of the atmosphere as the vegetation on top builds plant structures and carbon settles in the layers of peat which have developed over thousands of years.Rising global temperatures are drying them out, making them susceptible to wildfires and turning what should be carbon sinks into carbon sources. Dean and his team are constructing dams in natural gullies to stop the moorland from drying out and eroding. They are also planting sphagnum moss which holds 20 times its own weight in water to keep the peat moist.Dean is confident this could be an easy fix.“If we invest in turning this landscape into good ecological condition, it will take CO2 out the atmosphere for us. Lock it up in the peat and it will be a fantastic good news story for climate change. And it's, it's something that we could do very quickly.”In England’s marshy Fenlands, a pilot project is testing new types of sustainable crops that can grow in re-wetted peatlands.The “Water Works" project is run by the Wildlife Trust, alongside scientists and academics from the UK’s Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and from the University of East London.Lorna Parker is the project’s restoration manager.“What we're trying to do here is demonstrate a new way that we could form peat soils and still bringing economic income for farmers, but actually trap that carbon in the soil with a new form of crops."The team hope that sustainable crops, such as wild celery, typha and reeds, could be used in a range of industries including food, construction and medicine.
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