The capital of Ukraine goes into survival mode

Comment on this story Comment KYIV, Ukraine — Residents of Ukraine’s bombed capital clutched empty bottles in search of water and huddled in cafes for power and warmth a day after fresh Russian missile strikes plunged the city and much of the country into darkness. . In scenes hard to believe in the sprawling city … Read more

Taiwan elections: Allegations of Chinese interference, candidate beatings, vote-buying scandals

Taiwan’s local by-elections generated plenty of drama and intrigue on Saturday as more than 11,000 positions in 22 cities and counties will be decided. Physical beatings of candidates, vote-buying scandals and allegations of foreign plots are out of this election cycle. Sky News Asia Correspondent Brent O’Halloran reports that some have argued the results will … Read more

Russian parliament passes ‘LGBT propaganda’ law to further restrict expression – National

Russia’s parliament on Thursday approved a bill that expands the ban on “LGBT propaganda” and restricts the “demonstration” of LGBT behavior, making any expression of the LGBT lifestyle nearly impossible. Under the new law, which still needs approval from the upper house of parliament and President Vladimir Putin, any act or information deemed to promote … Read more

10 people died in an apartment fire in Xinjiang, northwest China

BEIJING (AP) — Ten people have been killed and nine others injured in a fire at an apartment building in northwest China’s Xinjiang region. The fire broke out on Thursday night in the regional capital Urumqi, where temperatures dropped below freezing after dark. It took about three hours to extinguish the fire. All of the … Read more

The 1,527 stolen records signed by Cortes will be returned to Mexico

For nearly 30 years, a 16th-century purchase order signed by conquistador Hernán Cortés, who led the overthrow of the Aztec empire for the Spanish crown, has disappeared from Mexico’s national archives, instead making its way to private auction blocks. United States. The 1527 document was stolen from the archives of the General de la Nación … Read more

U.S. bills targeting care for trans youth concern advocates

Last week, hundreds of people packed into the Ohio Statehouse to share testimony with one goal in mind: stopping a bill that would strip health care that many see as life-saving from trans youth. One Ohio parent told lawmakers that her 14-year-old trans child had “heightened anxiety” at the prospect of this legislation … Read more

Bio-based and Synthetic Dimethyl Ether Market Size to Grow at 9.4% CAGR to US$22.9 Billion by 2030 – Exclusive Report by Acumen Research and Consulting

Acumen Research and Consulting has recently published a report titled “Bio-based and Synthetic Dimethyl Ether Market Report and Regional Forecast, 2022 – 2030”. BEIJING, Nov. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Bio-based and synthetic dimethyl ether market The size was USD 10.3 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach a market size of USD … Read more

Brazil’s Neymar has a sprained ankle and will be examined in the next 48 hours

Posted by: 25/11/2022 – 00:44 Brazil captain Neymar sprained his ankle during his team’s World Cup win over Serbia on Thursday and will undergo a medical in the next 48 hours, the national team doctor said after the match. Doctor Rodrigo Lasmar said that the Brazilian superstar was injured after a collision with an opponent. … Read more

Ukraine is struggling to regain power in the first winter of a nine-month war

KYIV: Much of Ukraine was left without heat and power after Russia’s most devastating airstrikes on the power grid on Thursday (Nov 24) and Kyiv residents were warned to prepare for further attacks and stockpile water, food and heating. clothing. Thursday marked nine months since Moscow launched a “special military operation” to protect Russian-speakers. Ukraine … Read more