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U.S. to sell parts and equipment for fighter jets to Taiwan

According to a statement from the US Department of Defense, sale of aircraft components and associated equipment to Taiwan for around $330 million has received approval from the US State Department. "The State Department has issued a decision authorizing potential overseas military sales to...

Iranian authorities promise to change Hijab Law after protests

The country's attorney general declared that Iran will do away with the morality police and amend the rule requiring women to wear the headscarf. Iran will amend its law requiring the hijab, according to Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, the country's attorney general. The attorney general stated that...

Risk Of Drying Up Of Crypto Political Funding In The US After FTX Collapse

Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), the founder of the collapsed crypto exchange FTX, was a major political donor in the United States. His once deep pockets primarily supported Democratic candidates and campaigns, but that may be changing now.   The landscape of pro-crypto candidate funding in the...

US Senate approves bill to protect same-sex and interracial marriages

The US Senate approved The Respect for Marriage Act. It makes sure that interracial and same-sex marriages are recognized by federal law. With 49 votes in favor, the Democratic Party provided the majority of the support for the bill. Twelve senators from the Republican Party supported it. The...

China May Reopen In March, But Zero-Covid Has Rattled Supply Chain Confidence, Say Economists

While Chinese authorities may gradually ease restrictions in March, zero-Covid policies are beginning to erode global trust in the country's industrial supply chains, according to Li Daokui, Mansfield Freeman professor of economics at Tsinghua University in China.   According to Li, a former...

UN proposes record amount for humanitarian aid

According to papers on its website, the UN has suggested allocating the greatest sum ever for humanitarian needs next year. $51.5 billion, a 25% increase from the start of this year, could be set aside for this purpose, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs paper....

Demonstrations Against Covid Restrictions Erupting Throughout China

Rare uprisings happened all across China during the weekend as people let out their displeasure with the zero-Covid policy of the Chinese government.   The unrest occurred as infections increased, necessitating increased local Covid controls, while a central government policy...

NYT: Two-thirds of NATO countries ran out of weapons for Ukraine

Small NATO members are no longer able to provide Ukraine with weaponry, a source told The New York Times. He claimed that while the stockpiles of 20 of the alliance's 30 member countries are "nearly at zero," the remaining 10 can still produce further weapons. France, Germany, Italy, and the...

New York State restricts cryptocurrency mining

The first US state to impose restrictions on cryptocurrency (mining) was New York. A bill that would put a two-year embargo on the issuing of new permits, as well as renewal and expansion of current licenses for mining companies to utilize the premises of nearby fossil-energy power plants was...

Critics Of Qatar Accused Of Hypocrisy By FIFA Chief Prior To Launch Of Football World Cup

Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, stated on Saturday that engagement was the only means of advancing human rights and called hypocrites who criticized the treatment of migrant workers by World Cup host Qatar.   On the eve of the tournament, Infantino took aim at European critics of...
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