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Pope Francis asks Italians: 'More births, more children'

MATERA, Italy: In off-the-cuff remarks on September 26, Pope Francis urged Italians to have more children. While in southern Italy ...


Ireland out-produces France in cheese production, says new ranking

DUBLIN, Ireland: Ireland produces more cheese annually than does France, according to a newly released ranking.Published in International food magazine ...


Deutsche Bank analyst warns Bank of England to raise rates

FRANKFURT, Germany: Deutsche Bank analyst George Saravelos said the Bank of England must raise interest rates as early as next ...


Spain ends Covid restrictions for travelers from Ireland

DUBLIN, Ireland: Irishmen entering Spain will no longer be required to present a COVID-19 certificate, which is expected to boost ...


Labor shortages forcing UK to take in more foreign workers

LONDON, England: To tackle labour shortages in key industries, British Prime Minister Liz Truss is set to review the country's ...


Report: Tesco largest buyer of Irish food and drink products

DUBLIN, Ireland: Tesco, the British multinational groceries and general merchandise retailer with 152 locations in Ireland, has become the largest ...


Negotiations successful in swapping five British held by Russia

LONDON, England: The non-profit organization Presidium Network has announced that five British prisoners of war captured in Ukraine have been ...


Financial crisis hits Asian markets, British pound collapses

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - An extraordinary plunge in the British pound to an all-time low on Monday has spooked investors, ...


Irish march in thousands against cost of living increases

DUBLIN, Ireland: Thousands took to the streets of Dublin on Saturday to protest increases in the cost of living.Protesters met ...


Surging costs to result in vegetable shortages, says EU farmers

PARIS, France: Throughout northern and western Europe, vegetable producers are considering not planting crops due to the financial effects of ...


Ireland's opposition parties support cost-of-living march in Dublin

DUBLIN, Ireland - Thousands of people marched in Dublin's city center on Saturday, protesting rising living costs. Marchers congregated in ...


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Women, children among 25 dead after Bangladesh ferry sinks

DHAKA, Bangladesh: Jahurul Islam, district administrator of northern Panchagarh, Bangladesh, has confirmed that a boat carrying Hindu devotees sank in ...

Government of India warns students in Canada about hate crimes

NEW DELHI, India: The Indian government has advised students and other nationals in Canada to be wary of "incidents of ...

Pope Francis asks Italians: 'More births, more children'

MATERA, Italy: In off-the-cuff remarks on September 26, Pope Francis urged Italians to have more children. While in southern Italy ...

U.S. commits $56 million in humanitarian aid to Pakistan, promising more

WASHINGTON DC, USA - As floods devastate the South Asian country, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken urged Pakistan to ...

Australia weighs US offer to build nuclear submarines

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Biden Administration and the Australian government are in discussions regarding the U.S. building the island nation's first ...

Canada names first woman ambassador to China

OTTAWA, Canada: Canada has appointed Jennifer May as its first female ambassador to China, taking over a role that has ...

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Asian stock markets end mostly higher despite British pound weakness

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks in Asia made broad brush gains on Thursday despite a sudden upturn in the U.S. ...

Apple says will manufacture iPhone 14 in India by end of 2022

CUPERTINO, California: In line with its efforts to move some of its production from China, Apple has announced that it ...

Australia forced to review regulations following Optus cyber-attack

CANBERRA: Australia: After hackers targeted Optus, the country's second-largest telecoms firm, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said the country will ...

U.S. stocks shoot higher as pound stabilizes, Nasdaq gains more than 2%

NEW YORK, New York - U.S. stocks, after plunging to year lows, finally changed direction Wednesday, with investors snapping up ...

GM to spend $760 million to build parts for electric vehicles in Ohio

DETROIT, Michigan: General Motors has announced that it will invest $760 million in its Toledo, Ohio factory to build drive ...

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Pope Francis asks Italians: 'More births, more children'

MATERA, Italy: In off-the-cuff remarks on September 26, Pope Francis urged Italians to have more children. While in southern Italy ...


Labor shortages forcing UK to take in more foreign workers

LONDON, England: To tackle labour shortages in key industries, British Prime Minister Liz Truss is set to review the country's ...


Russian airlines staff receive conscription notices, media reports

MOSCOW, Russia: Employees at Russian airlines and airports have begun receiving army draft orders, as reported this week by the ...


School children gunned down by ex-student at school in Russia

MOSCOW, Russia - At least fifteen people, including 11 pupils, have been killed in a mass shooting at a school ...


Negotiations successful in swapping five British held by Russia

LONDON, England: The non-profit organization Presidium Network has announced that five British prisoners of war captured in Ukraine have been ...


Surging costs to result in vegetable shortages, says EU farmers

PARIS, France: Throughout northern and western Europe, vegetable producers are considering not planting crops due to the financial effects of ...


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