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Markets experience hangover after Christmas rally

The first week of January proved to be a rollercoaster for financial markets, as conflicting economic data left investors grappling with uncertainty. After a robust Christmas rally, the markets faced a series of mixed signals, prompting a reevaluation of expectations for the year ahead. As the week concluded, the focus …

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A nation under sanctions: What Iran’s experience can tell us about Russia’s fight against Western pressure

The whirlwind of sanctions directed against Russia has intensified to such an extent that the fallout is being felt far beyond the government agencies involved in Russia’s military offensive in Ukraine. Oil prices have soared in anticipation of shortages, businesses have announced boycotts, athletes are being excluded from competitions, and some Russians are …

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‘The experience caught up with me’: Brit teen Raducanu opens up on Wimbledon exit after row erupts over ‘sexist’ McEnroe remarks

Raducanu was unable to continue her match with Australian-Croatian star Ajla Tomljanovic on Monday after leaving the court for a medical timeout while trailing 4-6 0-3. Raducanu, 18, appeared to suffer from stomach cramps and hyperventilation, with medical staff heard telling the youngster to “take deep breaths” as they reassured …

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A new film explores the stereotype that ‘black people don’t swim,’ but in my experience it’s more than a stereotype, it’s a truth

Women can’t parallel park. Gays are fastidiously neat and tidy. White men can’t dance. Ordinarily, airing such dubious stereotypes in public, even under the free speech auspices of RT, would get me cancelled faster than Jordan Peterson doing stand-up at a transgender comedy show. But working the cultural cliché shill …

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‘You don’t know what it’s like to experience totalitarianism,’ says the North Korean defector running for election in Britain

Award-winning human rights activists tend not to join Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party. It’s for the elite, the rich, the upper class. You also wouldn’t expect one to stand up for the prime minister, who embodies privilege, having attended Eton College and Oxford University. But Jihyun Park is different. “Sometimes I …

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