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US designates Nordic neo-Nazi group as terrorists
  + stars: | 2024-06-14 | by ( Jennifer Hansler | )   time to read: +4 min
CNN —The US State Department on Friday designated a Nordic neo-Nazi group and three of its top officials as terrorists. It’s the second time in history that the US has designated a foreign White supremacist organization and its leaders as terrorists. The department designated the Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) and three of its top officials – Tor Fredrik Vejdeland, Pär Öberg, and Leif Robert Eklund – as Specially Designated Global Terrorists on Friday, according to a statement from spokesperson Matthew Miller. The Trump administration in 2020 designated the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM) and its leaders as Specially Designated Global Terrorists. NRM is a transnational neo-Nazi organization founded in Sweden in 1997, with branches in Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Finland, according to the State Department.
Persons: – Tor Fredrik Vejdeland, Pär Öberg, Leif Robert Eklund –, Matthew Miller, Biden, Trump, ” Miller, , , Harris Administration’s, , Ian Moss, Donald Trump Organizations: CNN, US State Department, Nazi, White, Nordic Resistance Movement, Terrorists, Russian Imperial Movement, State Department, United, US Intelligence Community, Biden, Department, Bureau, Counterterrorism Locations: Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, United States, Europe, South America, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, U.S
London CNN —King Charles III was in his element this week as he celebrated a very special moment for his foundation at St. James’s Palace in London. On Tuesday, the 75-year-old monarch attended the inaugural awards of his King’s Foundation, so we thought, why not take our Royal News readers along with us? Now, to rewind for just a moment – King Charles set up the charity back in 1990 when he was still the Prince of Wales. King’s Foundation chief executive Kristina Murrin told CNN that the charity is underpinned by the monarch’s philosophy of working in concert with nature to “build sustainable thriving communities.”King Charles III presents the Harmony Award to Ban Ki-moon, left, the former United Nations secretary-general, at the King's Foundation awards. King Charles III smells a wool sample at the King's Foundation awards.
Persons: London CNN — King Charles III, James’s, King Charles, Prince of Wales, Kristina Murrin, ” King Charles III, Ban, Kirsty Wigglesworth, ” Murrin, Rod Stewart, Penny Lancaster, David Beckham, Sienna Miller, Edward Enninful, Naomi Campbell, Raymond Blanc, King Charles III, we’ve, , Charles, King, Alan Titchmarsh, , Isabelle Pennington, I’d, Beckham, “ we’ll, Murrin Organizations: CNN’s Royal, London CNN, Foundation, Royal News, King’s Foundation, CNN, United Nations, King's Foundation, Dumfries House, King Charles III Harmony, UN, Pipers, National Piping Centre, Rock Choir, King’s, England, Royal Locations: London, St, United Kingdom, Korean, James’s, Edmead, Caribbean, Germany, Iceland
The hostIt’s fair to say expectations for the German national team are not high within the host country. Expectations are low for the German national team. Didier Deschamps has been in charge of the national team since 2012 and last January extended his contract until 2026. After winning the World Cup and Nations League, Mbappé wants to add the Euros to his resume. That’s the only one that missed me with the national team after I did everything with the national team,” Mbappé told CNN recently.
Persons: , Lars Baron, Hansi Flick, Julian Nagelsmann, Nagelsmann, Christian, hasn’t, Henri Delaunay, Les, Didier Deschamps, Deschamps, Kylian Mbappé, Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann, Bradley Barcola, Warren Zaïre, Emery, Eduardo Camavinga, France’s, Mbappé, Matthias Hangst, ” Mbappé, it’s, Harry Kane, Phil Foden, Saka, Declan Rice, Jude, Gareth Southgate, fthe, Southgate, Alex Grimm, ” Southgate, , you’ve, Dominik Szoboszlai, ” Szoboszlai, “ It’s, Rafal Oleksiewicz, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Andriy Lunin, Mykhailo Mudryk, Artem Dovbyk Organizations: CNN, British, soccer’s, England, Serbian, Guardian, German Police, Policing Unit, UEFA, Serbian Football Federation, Serbian Ministry of Interior, Russia, Reuters, German, Bayern Munich, ARD, German national, Getty, Nations League, English Football Association, Liverpool, Defence, Iceland, Bosnia, Ukraine Locations: Gelsenkirchen, England, Serbia, European, Germany, North Rhine, Westphalia, , France, Marseille, Russia, Scotland, Netherlands, Austria, Turkey, Switzerland, Hungary, Italy, Ukraine, Herzegovina, Iceland, Spain, Belgium, Slovakia, Romania
“We all understand that football is not the most important thing now in Ukraine,” Ukraine head coach Sergiy Rebrov tells CNN Sport. “But I think our successful performance in Europe gives our people in Ukraine positive emotions. “Before [the war], when you’re fighting on the pitch, you are thinking only about the result. The team hopes to provide Ukraine with some respite from the war during the tournament. “Everybody from Ukraine […] is trying to help each other, trying to help our defenders, trying to help the volunteers,” Rebrov says.
Persons: It’s, Sergiy Rebrov, Volodymyr Zelensky, ” Rebrov, Rafal Oleksiewicz, Mykhailo Mudryk, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Rebrov, , , Strangmann, UEFA’s, Sergei Gapon, Zelensky, Oleksandr Usyk, Elina Svitolina Organizations: CNN, Romania, Ukraine, , CNN Sport, , Chelsea, European, Getty, UN, Rights Locations: Ukraine, ” Ukraine, Europe, England, Italy, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Iceland, Belgium, Slovakia, Ukraine –, AFP, Ukrainian, Russia, Germany, Kharkiv
I´m in my 30s, but I joke that I´ve been a grandma since birth. I'm an only child, and my grandmother raised me while my parents were out of the picture. My grandmother's house was on a peninsula, a seven-mile stretch of the Atlantic on the south shore of Massachusetts. I'd never been able to see my grandmother from the water and dreaded seeing her become a blurry speck on shore. I also don't trust myself to teach someone about the world when I´ve barely figured it out myself.
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The results of the Tesla shareholder vote on Elon Musk's pay package will be announced Thursday. And if the pay package does eventually get approved, it's hard to know exactly how much it will be worth when Musk, who is worth $198 billion, per Bloomberg, actually exercises the options. Musk's pay package was worth $2.3 billion when it was granted to him in 2018, though its value has sky-rocketed as the stock ballooned and the various tranches of options vested. "When you start seeing someone making a couple hundred million — $250 million, $220 million — it seems that's when questions and media coverage starts to happen," Schloetzer said. AdvertisementTo put Musk's pay package into perspective, we compared it to those of other CEOs.
Persons: Musk, Tesla, Jason Schloetzer, it's, hasn't, Schloetzer Organizations: Service, Elon, Barclays, Kering, Business, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, Bloomberg Locations: Delaware, Iceland, Paraguay
83% of survey respondents in Finland report to be "thriving," according to Gallup's 2024 State of the Global Workplace report. Those who are thriving report "significantly fewer health problems and less worry, stress, sadness, loneliness, depression and anger. Here are the 10 countries with the highest proportion of people who say they are thriving, according to Gallup's study. Notably, half of employees who are engaged at work are thriving in life overall," according to the report. Additionally, "when managers are engaged, employees are more likely to be engaged," according to the study.
Organizations: Gallup, U.S, Labour, CNBC Locations: Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Sweden, Israel, Norway, Costa Rica, Belgium, Australia, Europe, United States, East, North Africa, Asia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, China, Korea, Malaysia, Japan, Mongolia
Here are the primaries to keep an eye on:Nancy Mace, a Trump vice-presidential contender, will be on the ballot in South Carolina. Representative Nancy Mace, Republican of South Carolina, who is a contender to be Mr. Trump’s running mate, faces a primary opponent backed by former Speaker Kevin McCarthy, who opposes her because she voted to oust him from the speakership last year. The primary, in the state’s First Congressional District, comes just days after the House Ethics Committee started looking into Ms. Mace’s use of a congressional reimbursement program. Mr. Brown will face Jeff Gunter, a wealthy dermatologist who was Mr. Trump’s ambassador to Iceland, as well as Jim Marchant, who has supported Mr. Trump’s lie that the 2020 election was stolen from him, and a number of other minor candidates. Mr. Theriault has been endorsed by Mr. Trump, who urged his supporters on the eve of the election to back him.
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CNN —Sardinia, Italy (CNN) – Uruguay at the 1950 World Cup. Cameroon at the 1990 World Cup. Lewandowski celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group C match against Saudi Arabia at the Education City Stadium in Al-Rayyan, west of Doha on November 26, 2022. “I think we are playing good football [and] we know that we are not the favourites in the group stage. “They were fighting [a] similar situation before the World Cup and they were so close and now they did it,” he said.
Persons: Robert Lewandowski, CNN’s Sport’s Amanda Davies, Valeriy Bondar, Adam Nurkiewicz, Fernando Santos, , Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys, Alex Caparros, who’ll, , , Austria –, Lewandowski, Andrej Isakovic, Boris Streubel, Gerd Müller’s, He’ll, Kylian, wasn’t, , he’ll, Andriy Shevchenko, Joosep Martinson, you’ve Organizations: CNN, , Cameroon, Globe Soccer, Stadion Narodowy, La Liga, FC Barcelona, Real Sociedad, Estadi, Wales, France, eventual, Portugal, Saudi, Education City, Getty, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, Bayern, League, Austria, Kylian Mbappé’s, Champions League, Ukrainian, PGE, Russia, Qatar, Sergiy, Iceland, Romania Locations: Sardinia, Italy, – Uruguay, Greece, Poland, Ukraine, Warsaw, Europe, Michał, Moldova, Albania, Barcelona, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Al, Doha, AFP, Dortmund, Berlin, German, Poland’s, Kylian Mbappé’s France, Russia, Slovakia, Belgium
The 2024 bumper election year presents a unique opportunity to make progress in closing the global gender gap, according to the World Economic Forum. It is now estimated to take 134 years — or five generations — to close the global gender gap, up from 131 years in 2023, WEF said. This year's sweeping election cycle could narrow that gap, however, by boosting women's representation in the political sphere, the non-governmental organization said. WEF's Global Gender Gap Report, now in its 18th year, is an annual index designed to measure gender equality. "With over 60 national elections in 2024 and the largest global population in history set to vote, women's political representation and the overall gender gap could be set to improve," the report said.
Persons: WEF, Saadia Zahidi, Claudia Sheinbaum, Halla Tomasdottir Organizations: Economic Locations: Saroi, Bhadohi, India's Uttar Pradesh, Mexico, Iceland
Former President Donald J. Trump on Sunday said he was endorsing Sam Brown, the Army veteran who is leading the crowded Republican primary field in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race. “Sam Brown is a fearless American patriot,” Mr. Trump wrote in a post on his social media site, Truth Social, adding that Mr. Brown would “fight tirelessly” to protect the border and improve the economy. Mr. Trump’s opinion was the sole remaining question mark. Though he is campaigning as a strong supporter of the former president, Mr. Brown was late to formally back Mr. Trump’s bid for a second term, and his primary rivals sought to capitalize from the right. Jeff Gunter, a wealthy dermatologist and Mr. Trump’s ambassador to Iceland, staked out a position as a MAGA candidate, slamming Mr. Brown in television advertisements as he angled for a possible endorsement from Mr. Trump.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Sam Brown, “ Sam Brown, ” Mr, Brown, Brown’s, Jacky Rosen, Joe Lombardo, Trump’s, Jeff Gunter, MAGA Organizations: Army, Republican, Senate, Democratic Locations: Nevada’s U.S, American, Iceland
Hotel prices are exploding. As the owner of Destination Europe, she is sending “record numbers” of clients to the continent this year. There’s been such a huge demand for travel in the past three years, and lots of places are pushing up prices.”Is summer in Europe already a washout? Socrates Baltagiannis/picture alliance/Getty ImagesData from Hotel Monitor, American Express Global Business Travel’s annual analysis of worldwide hotel rates, backs his theory up. His prediction appears to be coming true: although the Amex GBT analysis predicted a 11% spike in Paris hotel rates this year, so far they have only risen 8%.
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CNN —William Anders, a NASA astronaut who was part of the 1968 Apollo 8 crew who were the first three people to orbit the moon, has died in a plane crash in Washington state, according to his son, Gregory Anders. Anders served as a fighter pilot in all-weather interception squadrons of the Air Defense Command in California and Iceland, according to NASA and the US Naval Academy. Taken aboard Apollo 8 by William Anders, this iconic picture shows Earth peeking out from beyond the lunar surface as the first crewed spacecraft circumnavigated the Moon, with astronauts Anders, Frank Borman and Jim Lovell aboard. Anders served as the lunar module pilot for the historic flight. Anders served as Executive Secretary for the National Aeronautics and Space Council from 1969 to 1973, according to NASA.
Persons: William Anders, Gregory Anders, ” Anders, Anders, Frank Borman, Jim Lovell, , Lovell, Borman, Gerald Ford, Bill Nelson, “ Bill Anders, ” Nelson, Valerie, CNN’s Ashley Strickland Organizations: CNN, NASA, San Juan County Sheriff’s, United States Coast Guard, United States Naval Academy, US Air Force, US Naval, Air Defense Command, US Naval Academy, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Apollo, Time Magazine, National Aeronautics, Space Council, Nuclear Regulatory Commission Locations: Washington, San Juan Islands, San Juan County, Jones, Seattle, Hong Kong, California, Iceland, New Mexico
Carol Tan, Rakcent Wong and their son, Atlas, have traveled across 23 countries and counting since the start of 2024. Carol Tan, 36, and Rakcent Wong, 35, often received that age-old advice before having their son, Atlas — but they were determined to prove the naysayers wrong. The Singaporean family took a sabbatical from work to "worldschool" their 4-year-old child and has traveled from Switzerland to Denmark to Nepal, across 23 countries since the start of the year. "We realized [that] after every trip, we always gained something — there's some kind of growth and transformation that we experience, just both on a personal level and as a couple," Wong said. By January 2024, Tan and Wong began their work sabbaticals, took Atlas out of school and the family traveled to their first destination — Greece.
Persons: Carol Tan, Rakcent Wong, Atlas, Tan, Wong, Rakcent Wong Tan, Rakcent Wong Atlas, It's Organizations: CNBC Locations: Switzerland, Denmark, Nepal, Southeast Asia, Iceland, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Greece, Montenegro
I've been to 107 countries and am lucky to have seen some of the most stunning places in the world. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementWhen people find out how many countries I have visited, they always ask me which place is my favorite. I find that hard to answer because it's like choosing your favorite child, and my "favorite" varies according to different criteria. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: I've, Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Iceland, Slovenia, Town, Paro
Read previewWhen they felt their plane lurch and plummet, Ade Tan and Amos Chan, both 28, barely had time to react. We were planning to continue our honeymoon after that, so we were coming back just for a day," Tan said. SQ321 made an emergency landing in Bangkok after it was hit by severe turbulence. Being trained medical doctors, Tan and Chan went around the cabin to tend to injured passengers. I went more toward the front of the plane while Amos went to the back," Tan said.
Persons: , Ade Tan, Amos Chan, Amos, Tan, Chan, SQ321, Lillian Suwanrumpha, Ade Tan Rushing, Geoffrey Kitchen, Kitchen, weren't Organizations: Service, Business, Singapore Airlines, SIA, Changi Airport, Singapore Airlines Boeing, Getty, Safety Investigation, Boeing, Facebook, Transport Safety Investigation Locations: Italy, Iceland, London, Singapore, Bangkok, AFP, Myanmar
Demand for whale meat in JapanOver the years, Kyodo Senpaku has launched aggressive public relation campaigns to promote whale meat and win over new generations of young diners. We would react very badly to that.”The owner of a whale meat shop shows a block of whale meat at the Karato fish market in Shimonoseki city. Yuichi Yamazaki/AFP/Getty ImagesThis picture taken on May 20, 2024 shows whale meat sashimi at a 'Nisshinmaru' whale meat restaurant in Shimonoseki city, Yamaguchi prefecture. Located in deep waters surrounding the entire continent of Antarctica, the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary hosts dozens of whale species including humpbacks, blue whales and fin whales. “It’s called the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary for a reason – you don’t kill whales there,” Watson said.
Persons: Tokyo CNN —, Hideki Tokoro, , ” Tokoro, Hideko Tokoro, Hanako Montgomery, Paul Watson, , Daisuke Urakami, Ari Friedlaender, Sutton Hibbert, Shutterstock, ” Donald Rothwell, Yoshimasa Hayashi, Francois Gohier, ” WCA, Tokoro, Nobuhiro Kishigami, ” Kishigami, “ It’s, Yuichi Yamazaki, Mitsuhiro Kishimoto, Juan Barreto, Takaaki Sakamoto, Captain Paul Watson, aren’t, James Anderson, ” Rothwell, Watson, CNN he’s, ” Watson Organizations: Tokyo CNN, Kyodo, CNN, Yomiuri Shimbun, , International Whaling Commission, IWC, International Convention, Whaling, Australian National University, ANU, Cetacean, Kyodo Senpaku, South Korea –, National Museum of Ethnology, Getty, Shimonoseki City University, Whale, Whaling Affairs, Japan’s Fisheries Agency, Captain Paul Watson Foundation, Whale Defense Agency Locations: Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kangei, Japan, Norway, Iceland, Nisshin, Gulf of Maine, North, Russia, Thailand, South, Osaka, Shimonoseki, AFP, Yamaguchi, Gerlache, Antarctica,
The Met Office had earlier warned that a volcanic eruption was likely following “intense seismic activity” at the crater and a build-up of magma in its underground reservoir. “Lava is flowing outside the defense walls at Grindavík in several places, and lava is also starting to flow outside the walls at Svartsengi,” Víðir Reynisson from Iceland’s Civil Defense told RUV. Another volcanic eruption is seen from a helicopter flight for the fifth time since December on the Reykjanes peninsula in southwestern Iceland on May 29, 2024. The site is part of southwest Iceland’s Reykjanes Peninsula — a thick finger of land pointing west into the North Atlantic Ocean from Reykjavik. Rather than having a central volcano, the Reykjanes Peninsula is dominated by a rift valley, with lava fields and cones.
Persons: RUV, ” Reynisson, Defense’s Reynisson, Benedikt Ófeigsson, Organizations: CNN, Iceland’s, Met Office, Iceland’s Civil Defense, Almannavarnadeild, Getty, Iceland’s Met, Iceland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Locations: Iceland, Grindavík, Hagafell, Svartsengi, Anadolu, Reykjavik
Helga Arnadottir, a spokeswoman, said that this was the fifth evacuation order since the volcano first roared back to life last year. The evacuation went as “smoothly as the ones before,” Ms. Arnadottir added. Another 300 people had to move from Grindavik, a fishing town that has largely been abandoned since January after lava and earthquakes from previous eruptions destroyed parts of it. The island nation’s economy relies heavily on tourism; airlines and travel agencies have reported a drop in sales since the eruptions began in December. By Wednesday evening, lava had reached the barriers surrounding Grindavik that had been put in place to redirect the flow away from the town.
Persons: Helga Arnadottir, Ms, Arnadottir, Magnus Gudmundsson Organizations: Keflavik Airport, New York Times Locations: Grindavik
Memorial Day weekend, the traditional launching pad of the summer travel season, is shaping up to set a scorching pace. United is expecting the biggest Memorial Day and summer travel season in the airline’s 98-year history, according to Andrew Nocella, United’s executive vice president and chief commercial officer. Air traffic controller shortageThe air traffic control tower at Los Angeles International Airport is a busy place. The United States is still short thousands of air traffic control personnel. Markus Mainka/imageBROKER/ShutterstockDespite a surge in hiring last year, air traffic control stations nationwide are still about 3,000 controllers short, according to new FAA numbers.
Persons: it’s, Andrew Nocella, Markus Mainka, Scott Keyes, , ” Keyes, Tayfun, Bob Thomas, haven’t, Elijah Nouvelage, Keyes, , Antonio Masiello, he’s, Angela Fritz Organizations: CNN, Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Security Administration, TSA, American Airlines and United Airlines, Airlines for America, Airlines, America, Air, Los Angeles International, FAA, CNN Travel, San Francisco International, Anadolu Agency, Embry ‑ Riddle Aeronautical University, Aircraft, Travelers, Hartsfield, Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Getty Locations: United States, New York City, Florida, New York, Miami, Chicago, Atlantic, AFP, Rome, Europe, Mexico, Australia, Paris, Iceland, Dublin, CNN’s
Gareth Southgate has named his 33-man provisional England squad for this summer’s European Championship in Germany. Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has been left out of Southgate’s squad. Rashford and Henderson won’t be part of the England squad this summer (Gaspafotos/MB Media/Getty Images)“Hendo has given himself every chance,” Southgate said. I have talked with him and the medical team are liaising with Manchester United very closely. Midfielders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Conor Gallagher (Chelsea), Curtis Jones (Liverpool), Kobbie Mainoo (Manchester United), Adam Wharton (Crystal Palace) Declan Rice (Arsenal).
Persons: Gareth Southgate, Marcus Rashford, Southgate, Marcus, ” Rashford, “ Gareth, Jordan Henderson, Henderson, Henderson won’t, Hendo, ” Southgate, hasn’t, Rashford, Mainoo, J ames, juri, Oliver Glasne, siti, ned 82 sen, It w, sid, ter City), Kier, ber, Jack G, Gordon (Newca, o ney, Brent, atkin Organizations: England, Manchester United, , Ajax, UE, nsa, Aston Locations: Germany, England, Jordan, Brazil, Bowen, ayer, Munich, Bosnia, Serbia
CNN —Toward the end of its 35th season, “The Simpsons” made a move that rankled some fans: It killed a longtime resident of Springfield. I would say under 10,” said Matt Selman, sardonic showrunner of “The Simpsons,” in an interview with CNN. There are around 16 writers per season, typically made up of 22 episodes, though this season has just 18 due to the 2023 writers’ and actors’ strikes. Last month, Sosthand won a Writers Guild Award for the episode, beating out three other nominees from the “Simpsons” writers room. It’s nice that their hard work has been noticed, Selman said, but critical appraisal of “The Simpsons” is always in flux.
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Rich millennials in the US have been known to splash out on their pets, new laundry rooms, and expensive coffee machines. And over in China, rich millennials have their own ideas of what counts as a luxury status symbol. AdvertisementExpect to see these rich millennials mixing luxury casual wear like T-shirts and sneakers with traditional luxury brands, Banta told BI. And getting regular aesthetic treatments has become a top priority for affluent millennials, Banta told BI. Independent luxury brands that offer more authentic products and those that draw on cultural heritage are also highly in demand, she said.
Persons: , they've, Rich millennials, They've, Claudio Lavenia, Louis Vuitton, Daniel Langer, Amrita Banta, Budrul Chukrut, Elisa Harca, Ant Asia, Mary, Kate, Ashley Olsen, prioritizes, Harca, Banta, JUAN BARRETO, Olivia Plotnick, Port Ellen, Alexandra Bacon, Ewan Andrew, Langer, Black Pearl, JOHANNES EISELE, Olivier Morin, Plotnick, Tom Dixon, Potnick, Gen, Gabriella Tegen, Gen Z Organizations: Service, Business, Pepperdine University, Research, Getty, JUAN BARRETO Travel, Wai, Social, Diageo, Michelin, China Morning, Meituan, Clover, Bloomberg, Clover Suites, China News Service, McKinsey, Brands, Independent Locations: China, Antarctica, Iceland, Shanghai, Port, Scotland, That's, Harca, Singapore, Banta, millennials
CNN —Ariff Hassan arrived at the wedding under strict instructions: “Stay away from the bridesmaid.”It was August 2018. “Listen,” said Ariff’s friend. But Ariff’s friend’s warning was ringing round his head. Because Liliya was – of course, inevitably – the bridesmaid Ariff had been warned to stay away from. Ariff Hassan and Liliya DauletaliyevaLiliya and Ariff Kazakhstan wedding celebration incorporated a number of Kazakh traditions.
Persons: CNN — Ariff Hassan, , Ariff, They’d, “ I’d, ‘ I’ve, , Ariff’s, , Liliya Dauletaliyeva, Lili, Liliya, ” Ariff, Ariff Hassan, She’d, she’d, fiancé, who’d, ” Liliya, He’d, “ I’m, , ’ ”, he’d “, ’ ” Ariff, ’ ” Liliya, – she’d, he’d, , that’s, they’re, hadn’t, Ariff shrugged, – Ariff, he’s, you’ve, “ It’s Organizations: CNN, Kazakhstan –, Kuala Lumpur –, CNN Travel, Facebook, Liliya, Malaysian, University of Oxford, Oxford Locations: Singapore, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Kazakhstan’s, Almaty, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Liliya, Kazakh, Astana, Iceland, Cappadocia, Turkey, Bangkok, London, , Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili delivers a speech during an gathering celebrating Europe Day outside her residence in Tbilisi on May 9, 2024. (Photo by Vano SHLAMOV / AFP) (Photo by VANO SHLAMOV/AFP via Getty Images)Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili on Wednesday held talks with European ministers to urgently discuss "how to save" the country, shortly after lawmakers adopted a deeply divisive Russia-style foreign influence bill. The U.S., European Union, NATO and the United Nations have all issued statements expressing concern about Georgia's new legislation, which opposition lawmakers have denounced as the "Russian law." Georgian lawmakers on Tuesday approved the legislation, with 84 members of the country's 150-member law-making body voting in favor. "On the agenda today is the following issue: how to save Georgia," Zourabichvili said, according to a translation.
Persons: Salome Zurabishvili, Vano SHLAMOV, VANO SHLAMOV, Salome Zourabichvili, Zourabichvili Organizations: Getty Images, Wednesday, Union, NATO, United Nations, EU Locations: Europe, Tbilisi, AFP, Russia, U.S, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Iceland, Georgia
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