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The number of initial jobless claims in the United States drops to the lowest level since 1969 | Unemployment News

[ad_1] If claims remain at pre-pandemic levels, it may increase the Fed’s chances of accelerating the reduction of bond purchases…

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Protests in Bangladesh after former prime minister Zia’s health deteriorates | News

[ad_1] Opposition supporters staged a protest, demanding that Khaleda Zia be allowed to go abroad for treatment. Dhaka, Bangladesh –…

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Could a COVID-19 vaccine patch be better than injections? | Doctor’s Note

[ad_1] According to a study in mice conducted by researchers at the University of Queensland and Griffith University in Australia,…

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What happens to the refugees stranded between Belarus and Poland? | Immigration News

[ad_1] Since fleeing southern Iraq in July, Ali and his six family members have been held in a detention center…

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Palestinian families face new threat of Israeli demolition in Silwan | The International News Occupied East Jerusalem

[ad_1] Sylvan, occupied East Jerusalem– In the Wadi Yasoul community of Silwan in occupied East Jerusalem, about 84 Palestinian houses…

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The Swedish Parliament elects Magdalena Anderson as its first female prime minister | Political News

[ad_1] The leader of the Social Democratic Party was confirmed as the successor of the outgoing prime minister Stefan Lovewen.…

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NASA launches “suicide” spacecraft to kick asteroids out of orbit

[ad_1] NASA has launched a mission to deliberately crash a spacecraft into an asteroid-if humans need to prevent huge space…

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JPMorgan Chase CEO joked that banks will live longer than the Chinese Communist Party

[ad_1] Jamie Dimon joked in the comments, reiterating his bank’s commitment to doing business in China. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie…

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Tensions between Myanmar military and insurgents rumble in Rakhine State | Conflict News

[ad_1] Since the Myanmar military launched a coup d’etat against Aung San Suu Kyi’s democratically elected government on February 1,…

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Samsung announced to spend 17 billion US dollars to build a chip factory in Texas | Technology

[ad_1] South Korean technology giant Samsung Electronics said it will spend $17 billion to build a chip factory outside of…

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