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Thousands demonstrate against Prime Minister Orban’s government, “galloping inflation”

BUDAPEST, Oct 23 (Reuters) – Thousands of Hungarians, including teachers and students, marched in Budapest on Sunday to protest against the government, demanding higher salaries for teachers and a curb on soaring inflation that erodes revenue.


Macron will meet on Sunday with the new Italian Prime Minister Meloni

PARIS, Oct 23 (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron, currently on an official visit to Italy, will meet with new Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni on Sunday, the French presidency said, without giving further details.



Trump not ‘man enough’ to testify at Jan. 6 inquest, Pelosi says

WASHINGTON, Oct 23 (Reuters) – Former President Donald Trump is too cowardly to obey a U.S. Congressional subpoena requiring him to testify before a special commission investigating his role in the Capitol attack. Jan. 6, 2021. Representatives, Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested on Sunday.


Salman Rushdie lost sight in one eye after attack, officer says

Oct 23 (Reuters) – Salman Rushdie lost sight in one eye and the use of one hand following an onstage attack at a literary event in western New York in August, a said his agent.



Neuralink’s “show & tell” delayed by a month, says Elon Musk

Oct 23 (Reuters) – Billionaire Elon Musk said in a tweet on Sunday that the date for Neuralink’s “show & tell” event was pushed back to November 30 by a month and did not provide further information.


Italian Illycaffe will pay global bonus to employees, says CEO

MILAN, Oct 23 (Reuters) – Italian premium coffee maker Illycaffe will pay a cash bonus to its employees to help them cope with increasingly tight finances, its chief executive told Il Corriere newspaper on Sunday. della Sera.



Newcastle in the top four after victory at Tottenham

LONDON, Oct 23 (Reuters) – Newcastle United produced their biggest result of an already impressive season with a deserved 2-1 victory at Tottenham Hotspur to enter the Premier League top four on Sunday.


Bochum stuns Bundesliga leaders Union Berlin 2-1

BOCHUM, Germany, Oct 23 (Reuters) – Relegation-threatened VfL Bochum scored once in each half to stun Union Berlin 2-1 on Sunday, leaving the Bundesliga leaders with just a narrow lead in top and earning a second win of the season to leave the bottom of the table.




edited version-In electricity-starved Gaza Strip, discarded batteries pose environmental risk

Thousands of tons of old batteries are piled up in scrapyards across Gaza, slowly leaking pollutants into the surrounding area and providing a stark example of the environmental catastrophe facing the enclave after 15 years of blockade.

October 24


Meeting of the WHO Regional Committee for the Western Pacific

The seventy-third session of the World Health Organization Regional Committee for the Western Pacific will be held from 24 to 28 October 2022 in Manila.

October 24 01:00 ET / 01:00 GMT


Climate activists fear their voice will be reduced at COP27 in Egypt

The decision to hold next month’s COP27 climate summit at a highly secure tourist resort in Egypt, along with a selective accreditation process, are hampering civil society participation in the event, campaigners say.

October 24 07:00 ET / 07:00 GMT



Activists call on Ecuador to approve vote to ban mining near Quito

Ecuadorians in northern Quito will present the country’s national electoral authority with some 400,000 signatures in favor of a referendum to ban mining development in the biodiversity zone.

October 24


Opponents of the U.S. Carbon Pipeline are learning lessons from past pipeline fights.

October 24


A Singles Day without live superhosts leaves Alibaba in a dilemma When Alibaba kicks off its Singles Day extravaganza on Monday, it will for the first time in five years eschew the use of selling mega-stars, casting a veil over the China’s biggest business event and keeping brands guessing on how they’ll do.

October 24


Poker legend Annie Duke explains why quitting can be a good thing

Instead of blindly following the “never quit” philosophy, maybe we should learn how to quit our jobs more often and better. Poker legend Annie Duke has released a new book on the subject, simply titled “Quitting: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away”.

October 24 04:00 ET / 04:00 GMT


Cotton exporter, Benin is developing a local textile industry

Benin is Africa’s leading cotton producer, but exports almost all of its raw cotton. Today, an initiative is underway to create jobs and income by processing cotton locally in several new textile mills, with the aim of exporting garments to consumer markets in Europe, Asia, Africa and the United States.

October 24 09:30 ET / 09:30 GMT



October 24 11:00 a.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. GMT


ADM and Bunge set to post strong earnings on tight grain supplies

Global grain traders Archer-Daniels-Midland Co and Bunge Ltd likely continued their recent run of strong quarterly profits, supported by tight global grain supplies and strong demand for food and fuel, analysts said ahead of the release. of the quarterly results of the two companies this week.

October 24 11:00 a.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. GMT



African Union-led Ethiopia peace talks set to begin

Peace talks on the Ethiopian war began in South Africa on Monday, the African Union said on Friday, following pledges by the Tigray government and forces to participate. The Ethiopian government and its allies, including the Eritrean army, have been intermittently fighting Tigray forces in the north of the country since late 2020.

October 24



Everything revolves around Bibi; Netanyahu’s return dominates Israel’s elections

Was the “end of the Netanyahu era” in 2021 just a brief hiatus? On trial for corruption, Netanyahu is seeking to win the prime minister’s office for the sixth time in Israeli elections on November 1, which his rivals have presented as a battle for Israeli democracy.

October 24


French President Emmanuel Macron visits Rome and the Vatican

The French president will meet Italian officials and the pope during a two-day visit.

October 24


What happens if a candidate cries foul in the US midterm elections?

Challenges to election results are nothing new in the United States, but former President Donald Trump’s campaign to overturn the 2020 election result – based on false allegations of voter fraud – has escalated those efforts to a new level. unprecedented. What if some losing candidates, inspired by Trump, decide to cry foul this year? Here’s how the challenges could unfold after November’s midterm elections.

October 24


Trump Organization tax evasion trial launched in New York

Donald Trump’s family business is set to face a tax evasion criminal trial in New York that could result in fines and further complicate the real estate firm’s ability to do business. Jury selection is due to begin Monday in Manhattan state court.

October 24


A Belgian town organizes a pumpkin race just in time for Halloween

The Belgian town of Kasterlee holds its annual Pumpkin Boat Race. Competitors start the day by carving giant pumpkins – the contents of which will be used for soup. They then turn them into boats which they use for a relay race.

October 24


EU environment ministers prepare mandate for COP27

EU environment ministers will seek to endorse two sets of conclusions which will serve as the EU’s overall negotiating mandate for the 27th UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) and for the 15th UN Conference on biodiversity (COP 15).

October 24 08:00 ET / 08:00 GMT


German-Ukrainian Business Forum in Berlin

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal open the 5th German-Ukrainian Business Forum, where business involvement in Ukraine’s reconstruction process is to be discussed.

October 24 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Visit of the Swedish Minister of Defense to Finland

Visit to Finland by new Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson

October 24 10:45 a.m. ET / 10:45 a.m. GMT



Teen charged in Michigan school shooting expected to plead guilty

Ethan Crumbley, 16, is scheduled to appear before Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Kwame Rowe at 8:30 a.m. local time. Prosecutors expect him to plead guilty to 24 counts against him. He is accused of opening fire at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan on November 30, 2021, killing four students and injuring seven others.

October 24


Trump ally Barrack set to testify in his own defense ‘foreign agent’ trial

Tom Barrack, a former fundraiser for former US President Donald Trump, is expected to testify in his own defense on Monday at his trial for being a foreign agent for the United Arab Emirates.

October 24 1:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 p.m. GMT

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