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Matthew Smith

Finland’s Presidential Election Heads to Runoff Amid Russia Threat

Finland's presidential election has advanced to a runoff as no candidate secured a majority in Sunday's closely watched vote, occurring against the backdrop of...

Advertising Exodus Could Cost X Up to $75 Million in Revenue

X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, is facing a potential loss of up to $75 million in advertising revenue by the...

Republican Party Selects Steve Scalise for Speaker Nomination, Delays Full Vote

On Wednesday, Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise just garnered enough Republican support to become his party's pick to head the House, but serious disagreements within...

Hong Kong Stock Market Enters Bear Territory, Adding to Growing Concerns About China’s Economic Situation

As investors became more concerned that the poor position of China's real estate industry may leak over into the wider economy, Hong Kong stocks...

North Korea Launches 2 Short-Range Ballistic Missiles Following Arrival of US Submarine in South Korea

The launches occurred only hours after the South Korean military reported the arrival of the USS Annapolis, a nuclear-powered US submarine, to a port...

Former Senator Kelly Ayotte Declares Candidacy for New Hampshire Governor

On Monday, Republican former Senator Kelly Ayotte joined the campaign for governor of New Hampshire after Democratic incumbent Chris Sununu said last week that...

Manchester City and Real Madrid Must Eventually Return to Their True Identities

The orders were clear for Erling Haaland. Haaland was not paying attention as his Manchester City colleagues patiently worked the ball from the centre...

The political party of Aung San Suu Kyi is dissolved by the military regime in Myanmar

Two years after the military conducted a coup in Myanmar, the political party of the country's imprisoned opposition leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi,...

US to Provide Ukraine with $350 Million in Ammunition and Equipment to Aid in Conflict with Russia

The United States announced on Monday that it will be sending Ukraine $350 million worth of weapons and equipment, as the conflict between Ukrainian...

Closer Than Ever: China and Russia Strengthen Ties Amid Shared Interests and Opposition to US Dominance

In recent years, the relationship between China and Russia has grown stronger than ever, with both countries showing a willingness to work together on...

Kim of North Korea oversaw military exercises that simulated a nuclear counterstrike

According to the state news agency KCNA, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw two days of drills "simulating a nuclear counterattack." These drills...

Credit Suisse to be acquired by UBS in a deal

UBS, the biggest bank in Switzerland, reached an agreement on Sunday to purchase its troubled and longstanding competitor Credit Suisse for around $3.2 billion....

Australia Plans to Purchase Up to 220 Tomahawk Missiles from the United States

The United States will sell up to 220 Tomahawk cruise missiles to Australia, according to the plans that country has disclosed. The sale, which...

Xi Jinping, the President of China, is scheduled to travel to Russia and visit the country from March 20th to 22nd.

China is promoting a proposal to end the grinding war in Ukraine, which has gotten a tepid welcome from both sides of the conflict....

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