British teachers and civil servants join mass strike on ‘Walkout Wednesday’

British teachers and civil servants join mass strike on ‘Walkout Wednesday’

Up to 500,000 people are expected to take part in the British strikes The government says large wage increases will fuel inflation Schools are closed, most trains are not running More strikes involving health workers will follow next week LONDON, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – Up to half a million British teachers, civil servants and machinists … Read more

Suspects arrested after explosion at Pakistani mosque, police focus on how bomber entered

Suspects arrested after explosion at Pakistani mosque, police focus on how bomber entered

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – Police investigating a suicide bombing that killed more than 100 people at a Pakistani mosque said on Tuesday that several people had been arrested and they could not rule out the possibility that the terrorist internal aid had evaded security checks. The bombing was the deadliest in a decade, … Read more

Adani loses Asia’s richest crown as the price drop deepens to $84 billion

Adani loses Asia’s richest crown as the price drop deepens to  billion

BENGALURU, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – Shares in Indian magnate Gautam Adani’s conglomerate plunged again on Wednesday as defeat in his companies deepened to $84 billion in the wake of a US short-seller report, which also saw the billionaire lose his title. as Asia’s richest lost person. Wednesday’s stock losses dropped Adani to 15th on the … Read more

Intel slashes employee and exec pay during PC market downturn

Intel slashes employee and exec pay during PC market downturn

31 Jan. (Reuters) – Intel Corp. (INTC.O) said on Tuesday it had made significant cuts to employee and executive compensation, a week after the company issued a lower-than-expected sales forecast due to a loss of market share to rivals and a downturn in the PC market. The cuts will range from 5% of base pay … Read more

Two years later, Myanmar coup takes ‘catastrophic toll’

Two years later, Myanmar coup takes ‘catastrophic toll’

Jan 31 (Reuters) – Two years after the military coup in Myanmar, a young factory worker turned resistance fighter mourns the loss of his leg in combat. A former diplomat has not seen his family for four years. A beauty queen adjusts to a new life in wintry Canada. And an exiled teacher dreams of … Read more

Exxon crushes Western oil company profits by $56 billion by 2022

Exxon crushes Western oil company profits by  billion by 2022

HOUSTON, Jan. 31 (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) posted a net profit of $56 billion for 2022, the company said Tuesday, taking home about $6.3 million an hour last year and not just a company record but also a historic high point for the Western oil industry. Oil companies are expected to break their … Read more

US requests Tesla driver-assist documents; company raises capex forecast

US requests Tesla driver-assist documents;  company raises capex forecast

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 (Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) announced on Tuesday that the US Justice Department has sought documents related to its Full Self-Driving (FSD) and Autopilot driver assistance systems as regulations tighten. The automaker said in a filing that it has “received requests from the DOJ for documents related to Tesla’s Autopilot and FSD … Read more

Turkey’s advance in Iraq brings with it a deeper conflict

Turkey’s advance in Iraq brings with it a deeper conflict

SARARO, Iraq, Jan. 31. (Reuters) – Three Turkish military outposts, towering over the abandoned village of Sararo in northern Iraq, pierce the skyline, part of a raid that forced residents to flee after days of shelling last year. The outposts are just a few of dozens of new military bases Turkey has established on Iraqi … Read more

Australian nuclear body joins search for missing radioactive capsule

Australian nuclear body joins search for missing radioactive capsule

MELBOURNE, Jan. 31 (Reuters) – Australia’s nuclear safety agency said on Tuesday it had joined the hunt for a small radioactive pod that went missing somewhere in the outback, sending a team of specialist car-mounted and portable detection equipment . Authorities have now spent a week searching for the capsule believed to have fallen from … Read more

Scholz’s bid to rally Ukraine’s support in South America fails

Scholz’s bid to rally Ukraine’s support in South America fails

SANTIAGO/BRASILIA, Jan. 30 (Reuters) – German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s bid this week to rally support for Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion on his first South American tour fell through, with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva reiterated his view of both sides shared guilt. Scholz has attempted to project unity in … Read more