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2 key UK Cabinet ministers quit Boris Johnson’s government
Europe · London

2 key UK Cabinet ministers quit Boris Johnson’s government

46% Left coverage: 88 sources
Two of Britain’s most senior Cabinet ministers have quit, a move that could spell the end of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s leadership after months of scandals. Treasury chief Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid resigned within minutes of each other. Javid said “I can no longer continue in good conscience.” See the Story
EU parliament backs labelling gas and nuclear investments as 'green'
Europe · Brussels

EU parliament backs labelling gas and nuclear investments as 'green'

46% Left coverage: 44 sources
The European Parliament on Wednesday voted in favor of a proposal regarding labeling natural gas and nuclear power plants as climate-friendly investments. A motion to block the proposal received 278 votes in favor and 328 against, while 33 lawmakers abstained. The proposal was initially met with resistance among EU member states, with one camp led by France strongly backing the green label. The EU aims to reach climate neutrality by 2050 and to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030.See the Story
UN: 2.3 billion people severely or moderately hungry in 2021
US & Canada · New York

UN: 2.3 billion people severely or moderately hungry in 2021

47% Center coverage: 30 sources
World hunger rose in 2021, with around 2.3 billion people facing difficulty obtaining enough to eat. Ukraine war has sparked increases in the cost of grain, fertilizer and energy. Ukraine and Russia together produced almost a third of the world's wheat and barley. U.N. development goals call for ending extreme poverty and hunger by 2030.See the Story

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Business · Washington

Fed: Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation

58% Center coverage: 28 sources
Minutes of the June 14-15 Federal Reserve meeting were released on Wednesday.Federal Reserve officials were concerned at their meeting last month that consumers were starting to anticipate higher inflation. They signaled that much higher interest rates could be needed to restrain it. The policymakers also acknowledged, in minutes from their June 14-15 meeting, that their rate hikes could weaken the economy. But they suggested that such steps were necessary to slow price increases back to the Fed's 2% annual target.See the Story
Business · Harare

Zimbabwe to introduce gold coins as local currency tumbles

36% Left coverage: 14 sources
Central bank governor John Mangudya announced the move on Monday. It comes as the country's 15 million people struggle with shortages and soaring inflation. Annual inflation hit almost 192% in June, casting a shadow over President Emmerson Mnangagwa's bid to revitalise the economy.See the Story
Ursula Von Der Leyen · Eu

EU preparing emergency plan to cope with Russian gas cutoff

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Common action plan to be presented by mid-July, as European Commission head reiterates Putin is using energy as weapon - Anadolu AgencySee the Story
Boris Johnson

FATAH: Boris Johnson scandal shows the need for political courage

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
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Lisbon, Portugal · Lisbon

PSD questions Government about failures of CTT's postal service in the interior

PSD deputy questioned the Government about the failures of CTT's postal distribution services. Cláudia André says that the regulator “of communications received an average of 79 complaints a day”.See the Story
Lisbon, Portugal · Lisbon

Moedas says Feira Popular project “disappeared by itself” due to lack of investors

The Mayor of Lisbon, Carlos Moedas (PSD), said, this Wednesday, that the Popular Fair project in Carnide “disappeared by itself” due to the lack of promoters interested in investing in an amusement park in the city center.See the Story
Lisbon, Portugal · Lisbon

Chega ao Governo motion of censure failed

This Wednesday, the Assembly of the Republic failed a motion of censure against the Government presented by Chega. A result that was already expected, given the absolute majority of the PS and the voting sense already announced by the remaining parliamentary benches.See the Story
Google · Lisbon

A New Kind of Relationship

Last June 12, it was news that Blake Lemoine, a senior engineer at Google, had stated that the chatbot he had been working with since the fall of last year, had gained consciousness and soul. Although Google was quick to deny his collaborator's version and based on the assumption that technologies intelligent do not yet possess such attributes, a matter of maintaining.See the Story

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