Sky’s foreign affairs editor Dominic Waghorn assesses the protests that have swept through several Chinese cities in response to tough COVID lockdowns. Do they pose a threat to President Xi Jinping and the Communist Party rulers? #china #covid19 #zerocovid19 SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews Like us
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US country music star Jake Flint has died unexpectedly at the age of 37, just hours after getting married. The Oklahoma-based singer/songwriter died in his sleep after he tied the knot with wife Brenda on Saturday. His heartbroken bride posted on Facebook: “We should be going through wedding photos but instead, I have to pick
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The Prince and Princess of Wales’ first overseas trip since the Queen’s death has been overshadowed by controversy at home. William and Kate arrived in Boston yesterday for a three-day visit before the Earthshot Prize, the prince’s environmental awards ceremony, on Friday. Hours earlier, the prince’s godmother resigned from her duties at Buckingham Palace after
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Chicago-headquartered NanoGraf Technologies, which claims it has enabled the world’s most energy dense 18650 lithium-ion cell, today announced that it will open the first large-volume silicon oxide factory in the United States. At peak production, NanoGraf will produce 35 tons per year. NanoGraf’s new US high-performance silicon anode materials factory, which is under construction, is in Chicago’s
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The Taihuttu family in November, days after moving back to Phuket. Didi Taihuttu Confidence is quickly eroding in the crypto sector, as it faces a wave of bankruptcies and investigations into Sam Bankman-Fried and his failed exchange, FTX, for losing and misspending billions of dollars in user deposits. But Didi Taihuttu; his wife, Romaine; three daughters,
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Winter has arrived in Ukraine, with Kyiv blanketed in snow and temperatures set to plummet in coming weeks. In scenes that recall the horror of trench warfare in World War I, Professor Michael Clarke anticipates the cold will “favour the Ukrainians” as they are “better equipped and better organised”. #Ukraine #russia #ukrainerussiawar #analysis #donbass SUBSCRIBE
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In this article FTT.CM= Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Tom Williams | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images Striking a contrite tone, former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried said he “didn’t do a good job” at upholding his responsibilities to regulators, customers, and investors in a hotly anticipated conversation with CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin at
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