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Stamp honors Alaska's indigenous Tlingit culture
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For the first time ever, The Masked Singer is set to introduce a special guest mask for one night only. Source: Channel 10
Nearly half of all survivor entries this week are on one team. Are we about to witness the first bloodbath of the season?
Angela Merkel's exit from the stage is sparking fears of a hole at the heart of the European Union during challenging times -- but there are also hopes for a wind of change.
Dressed in a rainbow-coloured unicorn costume, Kathrin Henneberger once camped on a beech tree, trying to save a forest from destruction. Come Monday, she hopes to be one of Germany's newly elected MPs.
She was called "the leader of the free world" as authoritarian populists were on the march in Europe and the United States, but Angela Merkel is wrapping up a historic 16 years in power with an uncertain legacy at home and abroad.
Turkey's central bank has begun setting the stage for an interest rate cut long sought by President Tayyip Erdogan, although most analysts don't think it will pull the trigger this week after inflation jumped and the lira took a slide. The bank has kept its benchmark rate at 19% since March, when Erdogan installed Sahap Kavcioglu as its latest governor.
Crises have a knack for felling leaders. Not Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Germany goes to the polls on Sunday in an election that will see Angela Merkel step down after 16 years in power, sparking a knife-edge race to lead Europe's biggest economy.
A father who caused a head-on car crash that killed himself and two other men in northern Tasmania was high on the drug ice and driving with his two children unrestrained.Adam Robertson, 35, hadn't slept for days when he veered onto the wrong side of the Bass Highway on February 26 last year, killing Shane Williamson and Rodney Rowe who were on their way to work.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the country's largest lender, accused Apple Inc on Thursday of uncompetitive behaviour over control of payments on its phones, which have grown to about a third of all consumer payments. The remarks come after the competition regulator told the Australian Financial Review newspaper this month that it was reviewing whether Apple's iPhone architecture breached competition laws. Matt Comyn, chief executive at the Sydney-based bank, urged lawmakers to boost scrutiny of technology giants, saying payments through digital wallets developed by Apple and Alphabet's Google formed about 45% of all consumer payments.
The delta variant is causing a surge in infections among kids in the U.S. and elsewhere, but experts say there are no strong signs yet that it is causing more severe disease for young patients
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Global automakers could lose $210 billion in revenue this year because of supply chain disruptions, nearly double a forecast earlier this year, consulting firm Alixpartners said Thursday. A shortage of semiconductors is just part of the problem, Alixpartners said in a new forecast. High prices and tight supplies of commodities such as steel and plastic resin are driving up costs and forcing automakers to curtail production.
Japan will double its COVID-19 vaccine donations to about 60 million doses intended for needy countries, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga says.The pledge adds to a previous agreement to provide 30 million doses and $US1 billion ($A1.
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The 72-year-old was rushed to hospital after suffering 'agonising pain'.Source: Channel 10
The former husband of a woman who alleges she was sexually abused by ultra-orthodox school principal Malka Leifer says she spoke "positively" of encounters they had in Israel.Dassi Erlich and her sisters Nicole Meyer and Elly Sapper have given evidence in a Melbourne court hearing about the abuse they allegedly suffered at the hands of their former school principal.
The judge in Washingon, D.C, criticized Facebook for failing to hand over information to investigators seeking to prosecute the country for international crimes against the Muslim minority Rohingya, the outlet said. Facebook had refused to release the data, saying it would violate a U.S. law that bars electronic communication services from disclosing users' communications. But the judge said the posts, which were deleted, would not be covered under the law, according to the Wall Street Journal.
“All the people around me and all the money and the sponsors, they won’t let me get away from fighting,” Diaz said.