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North Korea suffers major spike in ‘fever’ outbreak

North Korea has reported a massive surge in a mysterious “fever” outbreak, including almost two dozen additional deaths and tens of thousands of new cases. Kim Jong-un called the epidemic one of the greatest “turmoils” in the nation’s history. Health officials confirmed 174,440 “new cases of fever” nationwide and 21 …

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US consumer prices spike even worse than expected

Prices of consumer goods continue to soar across America, the latest official print of the Consumer Price Index confirmed on Wednesday, showing price growth at 8.3% over the last 12 months as of April. This marks the eleventh straight month of inflation registering over 5% and exceeds the 8.1% expected by …

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Trade body predicts who will suffer most from gas price spike

Prospects for the global economy have darkened since the outbreak of conflict in Ukraine, the World Trade Organization (WTO) said in a new report published on Tuesday. It has forecast that record-breaking prices for natural gas would hurt Europe the most. According to the report, the most immediate economic impact …

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Anti-Semitic hate crimes spike to record high in European country

The Community Security Trust’s (CST) Antisemitic Incidents Report for 2021 found that anti-Jewish hate crimes hit the highest annual total ever recorded, with a 34% spike in cases.   On Thursday, the antisemitism monitoring group reported 2,255 incidents, marking the first time it has recorded more than 2,000 cases in a …

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UN names threat that may cause global spike in prices

“The current surge in freight rates will have a profound impact on trade, and undermine socioeconomic recovery, especially in developing countries, until maritime shipping operations return to normal,” UNCTAD Secretary-General Rebeca Grynspan explained, as cited by Reuters. In its Review of Maritime Transport 2021, published on November 18, UNCTAD stated …

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