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European Union flags fly outside the European Commission building in Brussels, Belgium, on April 12. They add: “It was precisely to avert such a grim world order that our grandparents, witnesses of the horrors of World War II, created Europe. The calls come in the same week that three European countries – Ireland, Spain and Norway - announced plans to formally recognize a Palestinian state. Although Norway is not an EU member, the plans do have the potential to exert greater pressure on the countries’ western allies to take a tougher stance on the Israel-Hamas conflict. But the move is not a coordinated European effort and the bloc has long struggled to speak with one voice.
Persons: Kenzo Tribouillard, , Organizations: European Commission, Getty, European, EU Locations: Brussels, Belgium, AFP, Gaza, Israel, Europe, Ireland, Spain, Norway, Palestinian
CNN —Slovakia’s prime minister, Robert Fico, is out of danger after being shot five times and undergoing surgery, officials say, following an assassination attempt that rocked the central European country and sparked global condemnation. Footage from the scene showed the injured prime minister being bundled into a vehicle by his staff, before it speeds away with him inside. undefined — Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico walks during the European Council summit at the EU headquarters in Brussels, on April 18, 2024. Unlike the president, whose role has limited scope, the prime minister holds rank as the decision-making head of government. Fico previously served as Slovakia’s prime minister for more than a decade, first between 2006 and 2010 and then again from 2012 to 2018.
Persons: CNN —, Robert Fico, Fico, Tomáš Taraba, , Zuzana Čaputová, Kenzo Tribouillard, Šutaj Eštok, ” Fico Organizations: CNN, EU, Getty, Ukraine, Kyiv, NATO, Reuters Locations: Handlova, Banská Bystrica, Brussels, AFP, Slovakia
CNN —Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico was in a life-threatening condition in hospital Wednesday after he was shot multiple times in an assassination attempt. Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico attends a European Council summit in Brussels, on April 18, 2024. Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images/FILEFico previously served as Slovakia’s prime minister for more than a decade, first between 2006 and 2010 and then again from 2012 to 2018. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, tweeted: “I strongly condemn the vile attack on Prime Minister Robert Fico. My thoughts are with PM Fico, his family.”And Hungarian Prime Minister Orban added: “I was deeply shocked by the heinous attack against my friend, Prime Minister Robert Fico.
Persons: CNN —, Robert Fico, Fico, Zuzana Čaputová, “ I’m, Roberto Fico, ” Čaputová, upend, , , Vladimir Putin, Viktor Orban, Kenzo Tribouillard, Jan Kuciak, Martina Kušnírová, Kuciak, Ursula von der Leyen, Orban Organizations: CNN, CNN — Slovakia’s, Facebook, Ukraine, NATO, Kremlin, Hungary’s, European Union, Slovakia's, Getty Locations: Handlova, Banska Bystrica, Bratislava, Slovak, Ukraine, Brussels, AFP, Hungarian
As many American companies struggle to navigate the world's second-largest economy, Meta Platforms has found itself raking in billions of dollars from China without the direct challenges of doing business there. The influx in spending from Chinese ecommerce advertisers has been a "significant positive" for Meta, said Rohit Kulkarni, analyst at Roth MKM covering internet companies. Many American companies doing business in China have battled similar challenges as the post-Covid recovery there has progressed slower than expected. Meta has said it has a "diverse advertiser base" of Chinese companies. The concern is that as more Chinese advertisers target American consumers through Meta's platforms, that could drive up the price of ads for everyone.
Persons: Temu, Rohit Kulkarni, Roth, Meta's, Piper Sandler, Tom Champion, Estee Lauder, Meta, Susan Li, Shein, Kate Scott, Dawkins, , Roth's Kulkarni, Piper Sandler's, they're, Josh Silverman, we're, Piper, doesn't, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, Kenzo Tribouillard Organizations: Club, Super, U.S, Meta, Apple, Facebook, Tencent, Holdings, Nasdaq, CNBC, Wall Street, Google, European Commission, AFP, Getty Locations: China, Ireland, Shanghai, Singapore, U.S, Meta, Brussels
“We had a difficult start, conceding an early goal, but I told the players at half-time to keep playing the same way, not get confused,” Ivory Coast interim coach Emerse Fae told reporters after the match. “There was a lot of pressure before the match, and match day was too long for me,” he said. Former Ivory Coast coach Jean-Louis Gasset was remarkably sacked during the tournament after that 4-0 defeat to Equatorial Guinea, as the team stood on the brink of an early elimination on home soil. “We must not stop here; we must continue working, maintain this morale, and keep playing match by match,” the coach asserted. Ivory Coast will now play either Mali or Burkina Faso in the quarterfinals.
Persons: Charles Konan, , Emerse Fae, Fae, , Habib Diallo, Pierre Atcho, Edouard Mendy, Kenzo Tribouillard, Atcho, Franck Kessié, Senegal’s Moussa Niakhaté, Kessié, Jean, Louis Gasset, Morocco’s Organizations: CNN, Africa, of Nations, Ivory, Elephants, Senegal, Arsenal, Pepe, AFCON, Former Ivory Coast Locations: Senegal, Ivory, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, AFP, Zambia, Mali, Burkina Faso
CNN —The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) is always entertaining, but few games in the history of the competition can stand up to Cameroon’s 3-2 win against Gambia on Tuesday. “The match, like all of AFCON, is insane,” he added in a separate post. The first goal didn’t come until the 56th minute though, when Cameroon striker Karl Toko Ekambi headed his country in front. Gambia looked to have stunned the five-time AFCON champion but couldn't hold on in the frantic affair. The 2019 champion, which boasts an array of top-class talent, finished bottom of Group D after failing to win a single game in the group stages.
Persons: André Onana, Andrés Onrubia Ramos, , didn’t, Karl Toko Ekambi, deservedly, Ablie Jallow, Kenzo Tribouillard, Colley’s, Gambia’s James Gomez, , Christopher Wooh, Wooh, De verdad, Iba, Muhammed Sanneh, Tom Sainfait, ” Onrubia, , Yali Dellahi’s Organizations: CNN, Africa, of Nations, Gambia, Cameroon, Manchester United, Getty, Lions, PARTIDO, LA HISTORIA DEL FÚTBOL, C, Nigeria, Mauritania Locations: Spanish, Cameroon, Gambia, AFP, GOL, GAMBIA, el, @AndiOnrubia, Algeria
Meta Platforms is planning to pay Nvidia billions of dollars this year for its cutting-edge AI technology. Nvidia's stock has been off to a blistering start this year, up more than 20%, including a 3% gain Friday. Estimates on Nvidia's share of the AI training market vary, but is generally thought to be well above 80%. Still, Nvidia's stock more than tripled in 2023, leading the S & P 500, and has so far been a big winner in 2024. As Meta secures more AI chips, they will be placed in data centers where their computational capabilities will be utilized.
Persons: Mark Zuckerberg, Zuckerberg, Meta, they've, Jim Cramer, Wells, Wells Fargo, Aaron Rakers, Jim, Eaton, We've, Jim Cramer's, Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, Kenzo Tribouillard Organizations: Nvidia, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Taiwan Semi, Meta, Apple, Facebook, Reality Labs, Eaton Corp, CNBC, European Commission, AFP, Getty Locations: Taiwan, Wells Fargo, Brussels
Fatima Shbair/AP Mourners collect the bodies of Palestinians killed in an Israeli airstrike in Khan Younis, Gaza, on December 24. Ilia Yefimovich/dpa/picture-alliance/AP Relatives and friends bid farewell to the body of Al Jazeera camera operator Samer Abu Daqqa in Khan Younis, Gaza, on December 16. Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images Israeli soldiers form an honor guard at the funeral of Israeli reserve soldier Master Sgt. Mohammed Saber/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock Children use candles for lighting in Khan Younis, Gaza, on Friday, October 20. Maya Alleruzzo/AP A boy carries salvaged belongings from the wreckage of his family's home in Khan Younis, Gaza, on October 11.
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Rosenfeld, Christopher Furlong, Hatem Ali, Avraham Fetena, Sgt, Raz Abulafia, Fadel Senna, Nasser, Matan Meir, Haitham Imad, Roni Eshel, Eshel, Kenzo Tribouillard, Sadi Berek, Salah al, Varda Goldstein, Nir Oz, Bernat, Tomer Appelbaum, Mohammad Abu Elsebah, Khaled Ibn Al, Walid, Ya'akov Ozeri, Ronen Zvulun, Mohammed Alaloul, Neil Hall, Saeed Jaras, Mohammad Abu Hattab, Mohammed Talatene, Ditza Heiman, Salman Habaka, Yuval Zilber, Jalaa Merey, Ahmad Salem, Ali Jadallah, Anas al, Yosef Vahav, Kiryat Shmona, Albert Miles, Ilan Rosenberg, Manna, Tamar Chaya Torpiashvili, Abed Khaled, Tamir Kalifa, Yoav Gallant, Jehad Al, Kafarnah, Teddy, Dan Kitwood, Dima Vazinovich, Sagiv Ben Zvi, Omar El, Yasser Qudih, Francisco Seco, Mohammed Saber, Ali Mohmoud, Mai Yaghi, Yam Goldstein, Nadav, Khaled Joudeh, Samar Abu, Leon Neal, Hatem Moussa, Wolfgang Schwan, Yousef Masoud, Shadi Tabatibi, Belal al Sabbagh, Janis Laizans, Gallant, Ofir Libstein, Aza, Belal Khaled, Hod, Ayal Margolin, Brendan Smialowski, Netanyahu, Kenny Holston, Kfar Aza, Mahmoud Khaled, Dor Reder, Violeta Santos Moura, Mohammed Fayq Abu Mostafa, Antonio Macías, Macías, Eli Albag, Liri, Sergey Ponomarev, Dor Kedmi, Saher, Abraham Cohen, Valentin Ghnassia, Ghnassia, Yuri Cortez, Ibrahim Hams, Bashar Taleb, Baz Ratner, Yahya Hassouna, Mapal Adam, Agha, Reuters Itzik, Miriam Shafir, Dor Shafir, Savion Kiper, Maya Alleruzzo, CNN Sergey Ponomarev, Eden Guez, Mohammed Soboh, Said, Noam Elimeleh Rothenberg, Ilai Bar Sade, Erik Marmor, Oren Ziv, Ramez Mahmoud, Roi Levy, Tali Touito, Ahmad Hasballah, Eyad Baba, Itai Ron, Hadas Parush, Lana Nusseibeh, “ That’s, Abu Dhabi, Anwar Gargash, ” Gargash Organizations: UAE CNN, Hamas, BBC, CNN, Palestinian, West Bank, Reuters, United Arab, Abraham Accords, Israel, UAE, Arab League, Saudi, Fox News, Washington Institute for Near East, Middle East Institute, Israeli, Getty, of Health, Congressional, Republicans, United Nations Security, AP, European Hospital, Mount, Rockets, UN, Anadolu, Museum of Art, Security, Nova, Magen, Getty Images, Kiryat, Islamic Jihad, Red, Tel, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical, Young, AP People, Schneider Children's Medical, Sisters, Schneider Children's, Ofer, Cross, Foreign, Artillery, Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, Al, Unicef, AP Journalists, Israel Defense Forces, Modern, Nasser Hospital, Nasser Medical, Najjar, Israel Defence Forces handout, Shutterstock, Reuters United Nations, Shifa, Palestine, Pictures, Bloomberg, Israeli Apache, United Nations Relief, Works Agency, Al Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, IDF, EyePress, New York Times, Nasser Medical Hospital, Deir Al, Tel Aviv University, Reuters Civil, AP Rockets, AP Israel's, Regional, Israel's, Ahli Baptist Hospital, Ben Gurion International, Aris Messinis, Haim, Puma, Mount Herzl Military, Anadolu Agency, Nova Festival, Ben Gurion, United Nations, Reuters Police, Reuters Rockets, Wall, Shihabi Locations: Abu Dhabi, UAE, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, Saudi, United Kingdom, Gaza, United States, , Palestinian, East Jerusalem, Al Ula, Reuters Israeli, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, Sudan, Washington , DC, Jerusalem, Abir Sultan, AFP, Turkey, Gulf, Tel Aviv, Israeli, Rafah, Maghar, Anadolu, Netanya, Khan, Khan Younis, Shaul, Shefayim, Jazeera, Kidron, Kfar Saba, Nahal Oz, Herzliya, Ashkelon, Petah Tikva, Ramallah, Egypt, Ofakim, Jabel, Khezaa, Gazan, Sisters Aviv, Beitunia, Gaza City, Galilee, Lebanon, Al, Aqsa, Al Bureij, Deir Al Balah, Xinhua, Pekiin, Mavki'im, Haifa, Sderot, Beit Hashmonai, Europe, Rishpon, Odem, Gaza's Al, Deir Al, Balah, Bureij, Kfar Aza, Meron, Jerusalem's, City, Jerusalem's Old City, Deir Balah, Mahmud, Southern Israel, Yanuh Jat, Netaim, Golan Heights, Shareef, Beit Guvrin, Kiryat, Al Aqsa, Kibbutz Be'eri, Ashdod, Holon, Najjar, Ichilov, Kibbutz Shefayim, Deir, Samar, Samar Abu Elouf, Deir al, Kibbutz Kissufim, Zahra City, Ras, Israel's, Yehuda, Hod HaSharon, Kiryat Shmona, Ahli, Gan, Kfar, North Sinai, Beit Kama, Cyprus, Be'eri, Rehovot, Mount Herzl, Modiin Maccabim, Mount Herzel, Yassin, Beitar Ilit, Ramat Gan, Itai, Beit Hanun, Rishon Lezion, Dhabi, Dubai, Al Arabiya
Activists take part at a "Look Down action" rally to stop deep sea mining outside the European Parliament in Brussels on March 6, 2023. In a parliamentary vote on Tuesday, lawmakers in the northern European country are expected to approve the government's proposal to open Norwegian waters for commercial-scale deep-sea mining. Critics say deep-sea mining is "extremely destructive," while scientists warn the full environmental impacts are hard to predict. Ocean Rebellions protest The Deep Sea Says No Why the deep sea? (Photo by Charles M. Vella/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) Sopa Images | Lightrocket | Getty Images
Persons: Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD, KENZO TRIBOUILLARD, Kenzo Tribouillard, What's, Luciana, Charles M Organizations: Getty, Afp, Environmental Justice Foundation, European Commission, SOUTH Locations: Brussels, AFP, Norway, Svalbard, ROTTERDAM, SOUTH HOLLAND, NETHERLANDS
Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images Israeli soldiers form an honor guard at the funeral of Israeli reserve soldier Master Sgt. Mustafa Hassona/Anadolu/Getty Images Palestinians flee to southern Gaza on Salah al-Din Street in Bureij, Gaza, on November 10. Ronen Zvulun/Reuters A woman carries a white flag as Palestinians flee from Gaza City to the south on November 7. Ronen Zvulun/Reuters A woman mourns over a dead man at the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Gaza City on October 18. Yousef Masoud/The New York Times A morgue worker arranges body bags at al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City on October 12.
Persons: Aaron David Miller, ” Miller, I’ve, Joe Biden, Netanyahu, Aaron David Miller Israel, Israel —, Biden, Ashraf Amra, Ahmad Gharabli, Mohammed Abed, Ohad, Rizek Abdeljawad, Major Jamal Abbas, Shir Torem, Fatima Shbair, Alexi J . Rosenfeld, Abed Rahim Khatib, Khan, Christopher Furlong, Hatem Ali, Avraham Fetena, Mostafa Alkharouf, Mahmud Hams, Sgt, Raz Abulafia, Ariel Schalit, Fadel Senna, Nasser, Mohammed Salem, Matan Meir, Amir Levy, Haitham Imad, Roni Eshel, Eshel, Kenzo Tribouillard, Benjamin Netanyahu, Sadi Berek, Mustafa Hassona, Salah al, Jack Guez, Varda Goldstein, Nir Oz, Bernat, Abed Zagout, Tomer Appelbaum, Mohammad Abu Elsebah, Khaled Ibn Al, Walid, Khan Younis, Ya'akov Ozeri, Ronen Zvulun, Mohammed Dahman, Ahmad Hasaballah, Leo Correa, Amir Cohen, Mohammed Alaloul, Majdi, Neil Hall, Saeed Jaras, Mohammad Abu Hattab, Mohammed Talatene, Ditza Heiman, Salman Habaka, Ibraheem Abu Mustafa, Yuval Zilber, Jalaa Merey, Ahmad Salem, Ali Jadallah, Atef Safadi, Anas al, Yosef Vahav, Kiryat Shmona, Jalaa Marey, Albert Miles, Ilan Rosenberg, Manna, Tamar Chaya Torpiashvili, Abed Khaled, Tamir Kalifa, Yoav Gallant, Ammar Awad, Jehad Al, Kafarnah, Teddy, Dan Kitwood, Dima Vazinovich, Sagiv Ben Zvi, Evelyn Hockstein, Omar El, Yasser Qudih, Tsafrir, Francisco Seco, Mohammed Saber, Ali Mohmoud, Mai Yaghi, Yam Goldstein, Nadav, Khaled Joudeh, Samar Abu, Leon Neal, Hatem Moussa, Wolfgang Schwan, Yousef Masoud, Shadi Tabatibi, Belal al Sabbagh, Janis Laizans, Gallant, Ofir Libstein, Aza, Belal Khaled, Hod, Ayal Margolin, Antony Blinken, Brendan Smialowski, Kenny Holston, Kfar Aza, Ilia Yefimovich, Mahmoud Khaled, Dor Reder, Violeta Santos Moura, Mohammed Fayq Abu Mostafa, Antonio Macías, Macías, Eli Albag, Liri, Sergey Ponomarev, Dor Kedmi, Saher, Abraham Cohen, Valentin Ghnassia, Ghnassia, Yuri Cortez, Ibrahim Hams, Bashar Taleb, Baz Ratner, Yahya Hassouna, Mapal Adam, Agha, Reuters Itzik, Miriam Shafir, Dor Shafir, Savion Kiper, Maya Alleruzzo, CNN Sergey Ponomarev, Eden Guez, Mohammed Soboh, Said, Noam Elimeleh Rothenberg, Ilai Bar Sade, Erik Marmor, Oren Ziv, Ramez Mahmoud, Roi Levy, Alleruzzo, Tali Touito, Oded, Ahmad Hasballah, Eyad Baba, Itai Ron, Hadas Parush, Biden —, , Barack Obama, hasn’t, , Israel isn’t, craven, It’s Organizations: Carnegie Endowment, International Peace, Democratic, Republican, CNN, Israel, Israel Defense Forces, Hamas, Democratic Party, Department of State, Senior, UN, US, Washington Post, Al, Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, Getty, Unicef, Reuters, AP, Anadolu, AP Journalists, Israeli, Modern, Nasser Hospital, Tel, Nasser Medical, Najjar, Israel Defence Forces handout, Shutterstock, Reuters United Nations, Shifa, Palestine, Pictures, Bloomberg, Israeli Apache, United Nations Relief, Works Agency, Al Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, Palestinian, IDF, EyePress, New York Times, Getty Images, Nasser Medical Hospital, Deir Al, Tel Aviv University, Reuters Civil, AP Rockets, AP Israel's, Regional, Israel's, Ahli Baptist Hospital, Ben Gurion International, Aris Messinis, Haim, Puma, Mount, Mount Herzl Military, Nova, Anadolu Agency, Nova Festival, Ben Gurion, West Bank, Rockets, United Nations, Reuters Police, Reuters Rockets, America, Senate, Washington, Twitter Locations: East, Israel, Gaza, Biden’s Washington, Washington, Al, Aqsa, Al Bureij, Deir Al Balah, Anadolu, Tel Aviv, AFP, Rafah, Xinhua, Pekiin, Khan Younis, Mavki'im, Jerusalem, Haifa, Sderot, Beit Hashmonai, Europe, Israeli, Rishpon, Odem, Gaza's Al, Gaza City, Kfar Saba, Deir Al, Balah, Bureij, Kfar Aza, Palestinian, Khan, Meron, Jerusalem's, City, Jerusalem's Old City, Deir Balah, Mahmud, Southern Israel, Ashkelon, Yanuh Jat, Netaim, Golan Heights, Lebanon, Egypt, Shareef, Beit Guvrin, Reuters Israeli, Kiryat, Al Aqsa, Kibbutz Be'eri, Ashdod, Holon, Najjar, Ichilov, Kibbutz Shefayim, Deir, Samar, Samar Abu Elouf, Deir al, Kibbutz Kissufim, Zahra City, East Jerusalem, Ras, Israel's, Yehuda, Hod HaSharon, Kiryat Shmona, Ahli, Gan, Kfar, North Sinai, Beit Kama, Cyprus, Be'eri, Rehovot, Mount Herzl, Modiin Maccabim, Mount Herzel, Yassin, Beitar Ilit, Ramat Gan, Itai, Beit Hanun, Rishon Lezion, , Palestinian Authority
This picture taken from a position along the border with the Gaza Strip in southern Israel shows flares launched by Israeli forces above the Gaza Strip amid ongoing battles with the militant group Hamas, on Nov. 17, 2023. Kenzo Tribouillard | Afp | Getty ImagesIsraeli air strikes on residential blocks in south Gaza killed at least 32 Palestinians on Saturday, medics said, after Israel again warned civilians to relocate as it turns to attacking Hamas in the enclave's south after subduing the north. Gaza health authorities raised their death toll on Friday to more than 12,000, 5,000 of them children. The United Nations deems those figures credible, though they are now updated infrequently due to the difficulty of collecting information. Al-Shifa hospitalAt Gaza's largest hospital, Al Shifa in Gaza City, Israel said its forces had found a vehicle with a large number of weapons and what it called a Hamas tunnel shaft.
Persons: Kenzo Tribouillard, Khan Younis, Mark Regev, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Regev, Abu Ubaida, Elad Goren, Al, Shifa, Al Shifa Organizations: Hamas, Afp, Getty, MSNBC, United Nations, Shifa, Hospital staff Locations: Gaza, Israel, Gaza City, Khan, Deir Al, Rafah, Egypt, United States, COGAT, Gaza's, Al Shifa
"We fear for the worst for our colleagues in Gaza,” Phillips-Barrasso said. Aid agencies have repeatedly warned that shortages of vital supplies including water are contributing to the unfolding humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza. Phillips-Barrasso said one person had described waiting nearly 22 hours in a queue to get any sort of drinkable water. One woman, referred to as Nasma, wrote that "at night, we try to guess which room is the safest. My mom insists on sleeping with us even though it is very crowded, so that if we die at night, at least we will die together."
Persons: Kenzo Tribouillard, CNN's Kaitlin Collins, Kate Phillips, Barrasso, ” Phillips, Phillips, Nasma Organizations: Getty Images, Mercy Corps Locations: Gaza, AFP, Israel
A pushback against climate policies is not just a U.S. issue. Reprisals over climate policies come at a time of record-breaking extreme heat across the globe, with July poised to be the hottest month in human history. Ruling party leader Jarosław Kaczyński described the bloc's green policies as "madness" and akin to "green communism." "At the moment, it looks like green parties are not doing going fantastically well. "The IRA is called an IRA, it is not called a climate act because there's no way that you could get Democrats and Republicans to agree on something called climate," Tocci said.
Persons: Henry Nicholls, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, ESG, , Kevin McCarthy, Drew Angerer, Nathalie Tocci, Tocci, U.N, António, Sadiq Khan's, Jarosław Kaczyński, Emmanuel Macron, Alexander De Croo, Ursula von der, Kenzo Tribouillard, Joe Biden's, Mark Rutte's, , Jan Willem Erisman, Mateusz Morawiecki, Michal Hetmanski Organizations: Afp, Getty, Republican Gov, House, Biden, U.S, Capitol, Istituto, CNBC, Farmer, Movement, Internazionali, Belgian, Belgium's, IRA, BBB, Farmers, Anadolu Agency, Getty Images, Leiden University Locations: London, Marble, U.S, Europe, Florida, Washington ,, Italian, Poland, Ostend, European, Netherlands, The Hague, Polish, Warsaw
Protesters clash with police in Nanterre, France, on Friday, June 30. Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters A firefighter extinguishes a car that was burnt during clashes between protesters and police in Roubaix, France, on June 30. Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty Images People look at burning tires blocking a street in Bordeaux, France, on Thursday, June 29. There was no disruption to the Eurostar service connecting London, Lille and Paris as a result of the protests. Further afield, the US State Department issued a security alert on June 29 covering France.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Nahel, Pascal Prache, Prache, Gonzalo Fuentes, Pascal Rossignol, Bertrand Guay, Kenzo Tribouillard, Philippe Lopez, Firas Abdullah, Zakaria Abdelkafi, Benjamin Girette, Antoine Gyori, Stephanie Lecocq, , Gerard Darmanin, Macron, Elton John, Yves Herman, TikTok, Snapchat Organizations: CNN —, Reuters, Fort, Getty, AFP, Anadolu Agency, Police, Bloomberg, Firefighters, Overseas, Rights, Europe, Amnesty, Twitter, UN, Human Rights, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Interior Ministry, Metro, Eurostar, US State Department Locations: CNN — France, Paris, Nanterre, France, Roubaix, Lille, Aubervilliers, AFP, Bordeaux, Cayenne, French Guiana, Brussels, Clamart, Neuilly, Marne, Préfecture, Marseille, London, Britain,
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg speaks during a press conference to present the next North Atlantic Council (NAC) Ministers of Foreign Affairs meeting at the NATO headquarters in Brussels on April 3, 2023. Kenzo Tribouillard | AFP | Getty ImagesNATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday that all NATO allies agree that Russia cannot prevent Ukraine's eventual membership of the military alliance. Speaking to reporters ahead of an informal meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Oslo, Stoltenberg said all allies agreed that "NATO's door is open for new members." "All allies also agree that Ukraine will become a member of the alliance, and all allies agree that it is for the NATO allies and Ukraine to decide when Ukraine becomes a member," he said. "It is not for Moscow to have a veto against NATO enlargement, but most importantly, all allies agree that the most urgent and important task now is to ensure that Ukraine prevails as a sovereign, independent nation.
Persons: Jens Stoltenberg, Kenzo Tribouillard, Stoltenberg, Vladimir, Putin, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Zelenskyy Organizations: NATO, North Atlantic Council, NAC, Foreign Affairs, AFP, Getty, Political Locations: Brussels, Russia, Oslo, Ukraine, Moscow, Vilnius, Lithuania, EU, NATO, Moldova, Europe
If a nuclear attack were headed toward the US, residents would have fewer than 30 minutes to prepare. Russian Presidential Press Service/APA nuclear attack remains highly unlikely, but it's not out of the question, experts say. Redlener said the best way to learn of an impending nuclear attack would probably be TV or radio. Survivors of a nuclear attack would have about 15 minutes before sandlike radioactive particles, known as nuclear fallout, reached the ground. A sign for a nuclear fallout shelter on a residential block in Brooklyn.
Congratulating Finland, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Finland now has a "reliable guarantee of safety – a collective guarantee." At the heart of NATO is the tenet that an attack on one member is an attack on all members. Finland and Sweden both applied to join NATO last May, prompted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and their membership bids were fast-tracked. To do so would have triggered NATO members' commitment to protect one another and Moscow would have faced the collective might of the alliance's armed forces. That's not to say that NATO didn't see the war coming in Ukraine in the run up to the invasion.
Why sex workers are protesting in Amsterdam
  + stars: | 2023-04-01 | by ( Jessie Gretener | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +8 min
The reduced hours come amid an ongoing campaign by the city council to move sex workers into an “erotic center” outside the heart of the city. She also spoke about welfare concerns for all sex workers, explaining how it could impact their ability to get home safely. A protest organized by sex workers interrupted a city council meeting on Thursday that was discussing location options for the proposed erotic center. Sex workers disagree, with Red Light United arguing that the erotic center could create an environment for more crime and “shady” behavior. Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty ImagesRestrictions for sex workers is just one bullet point on Amsterdam’s re-branding attempt.
Meta Platforms (META) is muscling its way into a heated AI arms race just as competitors Microsoft (MSFT) and Alphabet (GOOGL) are making big strides. Generative AI encompasses a set of machine learning techniques that allow computers to generate text, images and other media in response to human queries. The Facebook parent's generative AI capabilities are competitive, according to Mark Zgutowicz, a research analyst at Benchmark. META 1Y mountain Meta Platforms (META) one-year performance. We also expect Meta to benefit from it's partnership with Club holding Nvidia (NVDA), whose semiconductors and related software are integral to the generative AI field.
Emergency service workers extinguish a fire after shelling on the Bakhmut frontline in Ivanivske, Ukraine as Russia-Ukraine war continues on January 02, 2023. Anadolu Agency | Anadolu Agency | Getty ImagesWhen Russia invaded Ukraine a year ago, it shocked the world. Russia and Ukraine have only published data sporadically on their own casualty rates in the war — so we have to rely on estimates. One former NATO official told CNBC that, sooner or later, Ukraine would need to be given combat aircraft. Kenzo Tribouillard | Afp | Getty ImagesAsked whether he believed Ukraine could prevail and win the war before the end of 2023, Shea said two things need to happen: Western weapons need to arrive quickly and Ukraine must be given aircraft.
Renault and Nissan automobile logos are pictured during the Brussels Motor Show on January 9, 2020 in Brussels. (Photo by KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP via Getty Images)Nissan and Renault said on Monday they would invest $600 million to make six new models in India. The six models, with each automaker making three, will be built on joint platforms and will also be exported, they said. The new models will consist of two electric vehicles, the first EVs to be rolled out by the automakers in India, and four sports utility vehicles (SUVs). The automakers last week unveiled details of their redesigned alliance and gave details of new joint projects in Latin America, India and Europe.
Renault and Nissan automobile logos are pictured during the Brussels Motor Show on January 9, 2020 in Brussels. (Photo by KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP via Getty Images)Automobile giants Renault and Nissan on Monday agreed to restructure their decades-long alliance, in a move that will see Renault transfer 28.4% of Nissan shares into a French trust, the companies said. Renault would instruct the trustee to sell those shares if "commercially reasonable" and as part of a "coordinated and orderly process." The deal still pends board approvals, but would see Renault's shareholdings in Nissan reduced from around 43% to 15%, bringing its interest down to equal the Japanese company's current stake in Renault. Both companies would be able to "freely exercise the voting rights attached to their 15% direct shareholdings, with a 15% cap," the companies said.
This week it will run into some big tests, given the earnings schedule dominated by big tech names (more on that below) and the Federal Reserve's next moves. Here's a look at the earnings week ahead: Tuesday: General Motors McDonald's UPS Pfizer Spotify Snap AMDWednesday: Peloton MetaThursday: Apple Alphabet Amazon Ford Starbucks Qualcomm3. Renault aims to cut Nissan stakeRenault and Nissan automobile logos are pictured during the Brussels Motor Show on January 9, 2020 in Brussels. France's Renault and Japan's Nissan have agreed to restructure their agreement, which they struck in 1999. The overall health and size of its business allows it to mix things up and try new things.
Kenzo Tribouillard | Afp | Getty ImagesThe dust has barely settled on the decision by the U.S. and Germany to supply battle tanks to Ukraine, but talk has already turned to the possible use of other firepower, namely, fighter jets. Kyiv appears confident that, as with Western tanks, it will eventually be given F-16s too. The U.S. has been tight-lipped about giving Ukraine F-16s, or allowing other countries to re-export their own U.S.-made fighter jets to Ukraine (National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said he had no announcement to make on the issue Wednesday). How helpful fighter jets would be to Ukraine is a matter for debate, and depends on the aircraft, its weaponry and flying conditions, experts note. Germany arrived at its decision to send tanks after months of pressure and deliberation, making any question over fighter jets a very distant prospect, according to Carsten Nickel, deputy director of research at analysis firm Teneo.
[1/2] Mairead McGuinness, EU commissioner of financial services, financial stability and Capital Markets Union speaks during the European Parliament's plenary session in Brussels, Belgium November 23, 2020. This could include the ban on "inducements" or commission as part of efforts to give EU retail investors better value for money. Insurers and banks have already begun lining up to lobby against the potential ban on this sales model, which dominates how retail financial products are sold in the EU. Products sold through inducements are on average 35% more expensive than products sold where no inducements are paid, she said. EU states and the European Parliament would have the final say on any proposal to ban inducements.
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