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US and UK discuss measures to reduce risk of war with China over Taiwan

According to the Financial Times, the US and the UK conducted high-level talks about the "Chinese danger" to Taiwan. It is alleged that the two sides first discussed a contingency plan. They also discussed what role Britain might play "if the United States ended up in a conflict with China over...

EU announces biggest in 20 years legislation revamp for IT giants

To safeguard user information security, the EU has agreed on new standards for transnational IT businesses. After nearly 16 hours of negotiations, EU parliamentarians have agreed on a new Digital Services Act (DSA) to safeguard users' information security online, reports The Financial Times....

IMF sees no need to curtail energy transition because of crisis

The energy crisis has put the world before the choice between energy security and the green transition in the energy sector, say analysts of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the Global Financial Stability Report. The expansion of renewable energy sources is hampered not only by fossil fuel...

Italy and Angola sign declaration of intent to supply gas

According to the Italian Foreign Ministry, Italy and Angola signed a declaration of intent on natural gas supplies on Wednesday, with the goal of increasing shipments to the Apennines among others. Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio, environmental transition minister Roberto Cingolani, and the...

Wealthy Chinese citizens are fleeing because of COVID lockdowns

Fearing enforcement of severe lockdowns in a number of locations, wealthy Chinese citizens have begun to actively depart from the country. Those who are subjected to the restrictions in Shanghai are becoming increasingly dissatisfied, reports The Financial Times. According to polls conducted in a...

Mexico's largest refinery completely shut down due to fire

According to Reuters, operations at Pemex's largest national and regional oil refinery complex in Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, have been completely halted since Friday owing to an ongoing fire in one of the gasoline tanks. "The fire at the Petroleros Mexicanos (Pemex) Antonio Dovali Jaime refinery in the...

UN reports 1,892 Ukrainian civilians already killed

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has published new data on civilian casualties in Ukraine. The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has recorded 1,892 Ukrainian civilians killed since the start of Russia's invasion until 11 April. The dead count...

Cyprus, Greece and Israel plan to build LNG station in Cyprus

The energy ministers of Greece, Cyprus, and Israel met in Jerusalem on Monday and resolved to look into the possibility of creating an LNG station in Cyprus to manage natural gas fields in the Eastern Mediterranean, said Minister of the Environment and Energy of Greece Kostas Skrekas. The...

China hits new COVID-19 infections record

A record 27,595 cases of the coronavirus infection were detected in China on Sunday, with most of the new cases occurring in Shanghai, according to data from China's State Health Affairs Committee. According to the committee, 1,184 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 26,411 asymptomatic cases were...

Times: Sweden and Finland intend to join NATO this summer

According to the British Times, citing unnamed sources, Sweden and Finland aim to join NATO as soon as this summer. Unnamed US officials told the newspaper that the alliance's membership of these countries has been "a topic of discourse" during NATO foreign ministers' meetings. The Times claims...
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