Jay Powell and Janet Yellen testifying before the House
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Jay Powell and Janet Yellen testifying before the House
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer and Home Secretary Priti Patel laid flowers on October 16, outside the church where Conservative MP David Amess was killed while holding meetings with constituents on Friday.Photographs released by the prime minister’s office show the leaders paying tribute to the late MP at Belfairs Methodist Church in the Leigh-on-Sea area of Essex.Johnson said Amess was a “a much loved colleague and friend,” adding, “My thoughts are with his wife, children and friends.”Starmer said the 69-year-old was “a dedicated public servant, a husband and a father.”“We will all cherish our memories of your kindness, love and affection,” Patel said in a statement on Twitter. Credit: UK Prime Minister via Storyful
Police and local residents can be seen in Leigh-on-Sea following the fatal stabbing of MP Sir David Amess yesterday.
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The Taliban will announce a framework that allows girls to attend school in Afghanistan "soon," a senior United Nations official said, after four weeks in which Afghan boys have been allowed a secondary education but girls have not.
Texas Republicans on Saturday were set to approve redrawn U.S. House maps that would shore up their eroding dominance as voters peel away from the GOP in the state's booming suburbs. After passage in the Texas House, the maps will go to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who is expected to sign them into law. The redrawn congressional districts map make it easier for incumbents to hold their seats and may blunt Black and Hispanic communities' political influence, even as those voters drive Texas' growth.
Mohamed Salah scored another brilliant individual goal and Roberto Firmino hit a hat-trick as Liverpool ruined Claudio Ranieri's first match as Watford manager with a 5-0 victory on Saturday.
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The expressive and bubbly Marci was announced after the upper bracket final of TI10.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 — Federal police today said that two investigation papers have been initiated on two individuals believed to be anti-vaxxers. In a statement this evening, Bukit Aman Criminal...
Horne was the first Black footballer to win the English Football League. Protocols have since changed on who receives medals, however, and City asked the EFL for the four to be awarded them. The club said Horne, Kennedy and the sons of Hince and Dowd would receive nine-carat yellow gold medals - replicas of those their team mates received in May 1968 after City sealed their second league title - at half time when City host Burnley at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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DC Comics fans will gain access to a flurry of panels, performances and trailers during the DC FanDome event, taking place on Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. PT/ 1 p.m. ET. The free event gathers stars and creators of DC properties — across feature films, TV series, games and comics — and offers attendees breaking […]
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Radio station Urooj once teemed with journalists producing news bulletins, but since the Taliban came to town, Ebrahim Parhar sits alone, broadcasting hours of religious sermons.
Like other ranchers across the country, Rusty Kemp for years grumbled about rock-bottom prices paid for the cattle he raised in central Nebraska, even as the cost of beef at grocery stores kept climbing. Federal data show that for every dollar spent on food, the share that went to ranchers and farmers dropped from 35 cents in the 1970s to 14 cents recently. It led Kemp to launch an audacious plan: Raise more than $300 million from ranchers to build a plant themselves, putting their future in their own hands.
The leader of the military junta that has ruled Myanmar since its coup will not be invited to a top diplomatic summit for the region, and it represents a rare snub for the leader from the Southeast Asian country.The Association of Southeast Asian Nations - or ASEAN - agreed to the move at an emergency meeting on Friday (October 16).The move is seen as unprecedented. Myanmar's Army chief Min Aung Hlaing led the coup against the country's elected civilian government in February. But the ASEAN bloc is consensus-driven, and Friday's decision marks a rare bold step for it. ASEAN traditionally favors a policy of engagement and non-interference.The bloc says it will invite a non-political representative from Myanmar instead. Singapore's foreign ministry said on Saturday the move to sideline Myanmar's military chief was a "difficult but necessary decision to uphold ASEAN’s credibility."The statement went on to cite the lack of progress made on a roadmap to restore peace in Myanmar that the military had agreed to with the bloc in April.ASEAN's current chair Brunei said some member states had received requests from Myanmar's National Unity Government, formed by opponents of the army, to attend the summit.The bloc has faced increasing international pressure to take a tougher stand against Myanmar. It was criticized in the past for its ineffectiveness in dealing with leaders accused of rights abuses, subverting democracy and intimidating political opponents.More than 1,000 civilians have been killed by Myanmar security forces and thousands arrested, according to the United Nations, amid a crackdown on strikes and protests.The military says those estimates of the death toll are exaggerated and blames "foreign interference" for their exclusion.
An undersea cable linking the electricity grids of Cyprus and Egypt could be key to helping both countries transition to a green economy and meet their commitments on battling climate change, the Cypriot energy minister said Saturday. Minister Natasa Pilides said a memorandum of understanding she signed with Egypt’s Electricity Minister Mohamed Shaker El-Markabi sketches out the project’s planning, development and implementation.
Ronald Koeman said on Saturday Barcelona will have a team to win La Liga once their injured players have recovered.