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Kim Jong-Un · Pyongyang
North Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of U.S. VP Harris visit
North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile Sunday toward its eastern seas. The missile flew 600 kilometers (370 miles) cross-country on a maximum altitude of 60 kilometers (37 miles) U.S. Indo-Pacific Command said the launch did not pose an immediate threat. The launch came as the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrived in South Korea.See the Story
53% Center coverage: 114 sources
Europe · Moscow
More than 1,300 arrested at anti-mobilisation protests across Russia
More than 1,000 people have been arrested at demonstrations across Russia against President Vladimir Putin's announcement of a partial mobilisation of civilians to fight in Ukraine, a police monitoring group said Wednesday.See the Story
44% Left coverage: 80 sources
Europe · Zurich
Credit Suisse to split investment bank: Report
Credit Suisse is planning to reveal the new strategy at its third-quarter results on Oct 27. The bank has racked up losses as it deals with the fallout from the implosion at Archegos Capital Management as well as the collapse at Greensill Capital. Ulrich K�rner was appointed chief executive during the summer to shake-up the bank after a number of scandals rocked the bank's public image.See the Story
62% Center coverage: 16 sources
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Eurozone Consumer Confidence Index declined to -28.8 in September, worse than expected
Seasonally adjusted consumer confidence index increased by 0.3% in September compared to the previous month. The index became 72.4 in September while it was 72.2 in August. It is calculated from the results of the consumer tendency survey carried out in cooperation with the Turkish Statistical Institute and Central Bank of the Republic of T�rkiye.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
United Nations · Ukraine
China and India call for negotiated end of Ukraine war
China and India called for a negotiated end to the Ukraine war at the United Nations on Saturday, stopping short of robust support for traditional ally Russia. Russia's foreign minister took the General Assembly rostrum to deliver a fiery rebuke to Western nations for what he termed a grotesque campaign against Russians.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Minister Van Quickenborne placed under increased security after serious threat
The federal prosecutor's office announced that a possible threat to the person of Justice Minister Vincent Van Quickenborne (Open VLD) was reported last week. The minister was placed under increased security.See the Story
What Will This Energy Crisis Cost, in Numbers?
ZeroHedge - On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zeroSee the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Economy · Ukraine
New sanctions against Russia: Is it Gazprombank's turn now?
The European Union is currently negotiating new measures for a further package of sanctions against Russia. Among other things, Gazprombank is to be disconnected from the Swift banking network, demand Poland and the Baltic countries.See the Story
Economy · Brussels
Jury composition: terror trial postponed
The terror process about the attacks in Brussels had to start on 10 October with the jury composition. But that hearing is canceled. This is confirmed by the spokeswoman for the Brussels Court of Appeal. A new accused box has to be built and the hearing is therefore postponed.See the Story
Politics · Belgium
Flemish budget talks suspended
22:15 Negotiations on the Flemish budget were stopped on Saturday evening after Minister of Welfare Hilde Crevits (CD&V) became unwell.See the Story