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The Vatican has protested to Italy over a draft law to combat homophobia, saying that in its present form it could restrict the religious freedom of the Catholic Church in Italy. The protest, which was first reported by the Corriere della Sera on Tuesday and confirmed by a Vatican official, was delivered on June 17 by the Vatican foreign minister to Italy's embassy to the Holy See. The protest is over the so-called "Zan bill," named for Alessandro Zan, a gay legislator of the centre-left Democratic Party.
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Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has dropped plans to work with BT’s TV division to develop broadcasting for some of News UK’s properties.
Stock futures rose Tuesday morning to build on gains from a day earlier, with equities recovering from concerns over the path forward for monetary policy last week.
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Silver Lake will invest the amount in convertible notes and its chairman, Ken Hao, will join Splunk's board, making him the eleventh member. San Francisco-based Splunk expects to use the proceeds to fund growth initiatives and manage its capital structure, including a newly authorized share buyback program of up to $1 billion.
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The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday as oil prices fell and attention turned to testimony by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, with the loonie giving back some of the previous day's rally. The loonie was trading 0.2% lower at 1.2391 to the greenback, or 80.70 U.S. cents. Powell will testify in a congressional hearing likely to focus on how the U.S. central bank is balancing rising inflation risks with its promise to ensure the economy recovers all the jobs lost after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Danish police are investigating the defacing of a monument to Ukrainian national poet Taras Shevchenko in Copenhagen before Monday's Euro 2020 match between Denmark and Russia. The Ukrainian embassy on Monday posted a picture on Facebook showing the monument painted in the colours of the Russian flag. "We strongly condemn this act of vandalism and provocation against Ukraine," the Ukrainian embassy said.
SiFive Inc on Tuesday released a new computing chip design that aims to challenge Arm Ltd's dominance in smartphone chips and said it would pair with Intel Corp's factories to make the design available to hardware makers. SiFive introduced what it calls its P550 computing core design. Computing cores are the engines of most chips, and companies like SiFive and Arm sell their core designs to other companies, who in turn integrate the cores into their chips.
More than 40 countries led by Canada voiced grave concerns at the UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday about China's actions in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Tibet -- triggering a fierce backlash from Beijing.
The fight for newsletter supremacy is officially on, with Twitter and Facebook recently unveiling new features that, just by launching, threaten the supremacy of Substack, the reigning king of the industry. Despite the tech giants’ built-in advantages, though, professional newsletter writers tell TheWrap it’ll be difficult to unseat Substack as the go-to platform for reaching readers through their inboxes. One key factor working in Substack’s favor? Only four years after its founding, the compan
JOHOR BARU, June 22 — The leaders of Johor Baru Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia’s Srikandi women’s wing leaders, who resigned from their posts on Sunday, today pledged their support as members...
Former Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott has criticised the Education Select Committee report into failures among white working class children as "crudely partisan" and "divisive". "The Tory MPs on the committee seem to be arguing that you have to take resources away from other people to give it to white children," she said.
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A male bottlenose dolphin calf was admitted to the Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi on June 18 after being found stranded north of Goose Island State Park.The calf had injuries consistent with malnutrition and evidence of pneumonia, Texas State Aquarium said.The aquarium said the calf was receiving 24-hour critical care with feeds every three hours. This clip shows staff feeding the calf in a pool.“So far, we are seeing some improvement in blood values, which is encouraging," head veterinarian Dr Carrie Ullmer said.The aquarium said that while they remained hopeful for the dolphin’s future, there were no plans yet for its release or transfer to another facility. Credit: Texas State Aquarium via Storyful
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