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A worker, called 'torchers', works in a charcoal production during scorching heat exceeding 40 degrees Celsius in Diyarbakir, Turkiye on July 18, 2024. The world registered its hottest day on record for the second time in just two days, according to the latest data compiled by the European Union's climate monitor. C3S, which has been tracking the daily global mean temperature since 1940, said Sunday's record had already shown "we are now in truly uncharted territory." The EU's climate monitor has warned that new temperature records are inevitable as the planet keeps warming. The fresh all-time high comes as excessive heat has gripped large parts of the U.S., Russia and southern Europe in recent days.
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The world's average temperature climbed to its highest level ever recorded on Sunday, according to the European Union's climate monitor. "On July 21st, C3S recorded a new record for the daily global mean temperature," C3S Director Carlo Buontempo said Tuesday. "What is truly staggering is how large the difference is between the temperature of the last 13 months and the previous temperature records. C3S confirmed on Tuesday that Sunday's average temperature reflects a fresh high, in their records which stretch back to 1940. CS3 said there have now been 57 days since July 3 last year that have exceeded that previous record.
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The planet saw its hottest day on record
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CNN —Sunday was the hottest day in recorded history, according to preliminary data from a climate tracking agency monitoring temperatures since the mid-1900s. It’s the second consecutive year average global temperatures have crashed through shocking climate records and will not be the last, as planet-warming fossil fuel pollution drives temperatures to shocking new highs. July 21 clocked in at 17.09 degrees Celsius, or 62.76 Fahrenheit, and was the hottest day on Earth since at least 1940, according to the preliminary data from the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service. Around a hundred cities across the US are experiencing their hottest start to summer on record, and swaths of southern Europe have been grappling with triple-digit temperatures. Global climate records are typically broken by tiny fractions of a degree, as was the case with this one: Sunday’s temperature was just 0.01 degrees Celsius above 2023’s record.
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CNN —Tour de France champion Tadej Pogačar will not compete at the upcoming Paris Olympics due to fatigue, the Slovenian Olympic Committee announced on Monday. The Slovenian Olympic Committee cited “being too tired” as the reason for Pogačar’s withdrawal from the Olympics, according to Reuters, adding that his place in the team would be taken by Domen Novak. Pogačar crosses the finish line of Sunday's time trial in Nice, the final stage of this year's Tour de France. At this year’s Tour de France, Pogačar claimed six stage victories – the most since 2009 – and ultimately finished six minutes and 17 seconds ahead of Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard. He capped off his latest title with victory in Sunday’s time trial in Nice, which marked the final stage of the race.
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"We will continue to have both bulls and bears because you have both sides who are talking about the uncertainty, increased uncertainty regarding the presidency," Stovall added. A 'Red Wave'? "It seems as if the greatest likelihood is a red wave," Stovall said. Trump trade hurt? To be sure, Sunday's announcement could pump the brakes on the so-called Trump trade seen since the late-June debate.
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Read previewWarning: Spoilers ahead for "House of the Dragon" season two, episode six. "House of the Dragon" hasn't been shy about taking some liberties with its source material. The HBO hit, based on the fictional House Targaryen history book "Fire and Blood" by "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin, made its biggest departure from the book so far back in season one when it changed the fate of Laenor Velaryon. This is a much happier ending for Laenor, but it leaves one major loose thread: his dragon, Seasmoke.
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CNN —Lionel Messi helped guide Argentina to this year’s Copa América final after scoring in his nation’s 2-0 win against Canada in the semifinals on Tuesday. It means Argentina has now reached the Copa América final in six of the previous eight tournaments, with this being its second in row – the South American side won the 2021 title. It is not easy to be in a final again, to compete again to be champions,” Messi told TyC Sports after the match, per Reuters. Messi, possibly playing at his final Copa América for Argentina, then started finding his stride and went close twice before the end of the first half. Canada is now the 38th team that Lionel Messi has scored against while playing for his country, per Opta.
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Liverpool Street train station beneath the new skyline of skyscrapers in the City of London financial district on 14th February 2022 in London, United Kingdom. LONDON — European stocks are expected to open higher Wednesday as concerns over the political outlook in France subside. France's CAC 40 index closed 1.81% lower Tuesday as traders assessed the implications of a hung parliament and a period of political uncertainty in France. Asia-Pacific markets were mixed overnight, even as key Wall Street benchmarks rose following dovish comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell Tuesday. U.S. stock futures were little changed in overnight trading Tuesday after the S&P 500 notched a fresh record close.
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People gather to celebrate the victory of the left-wing union after the partial results of the second round of the French parliamentary elections in Paris, France on July 07, 2024. LONDON — European stocks are expected to open in mixed territory Tuesday as investors in the region weigh up political uncertainty in France after Sunday's election result. European markets are digesting the prospect of a prolonged period of political uncertainty in France as it confronts a hung parliament following Sunday's parliamentary election result. The left-wing New Popular Front won the largest number of seats in the final round of voting, scuppering an expected surge for the far-right. The alliance failed to secure an absolute majority, however, meaning a coalition or technocratic government is on the cards, making legislation and reforms harder to pass.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFrance’s left-wing coalition thwarts far right in parliamentary run-off voteFrench risk assets are being closely watched after a major upset for the far-right in Sunday's vote. CNBC's Dan Murphy and Silvia Amaro discuss.
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Read previewBoeing has agreed to plead guilty to one count of fraud conspiracy, the Justice Department said in a Sunday court filing. In May, the Justice Department said Boeing failed to "design, implement, and enforce a compliance and ethics program." AdvertisementSunday's plea deal will see Boeing pay an additional $243.6 million — the same criminal penalty as in 2021. Advertisement"This sweetheart deal fails to recognize that because of Boeing's conspiracy, 346 people died," he said in a statement. Government contractsBy pleading guilty to fraud conspiracy, Boeing will have committed a felony — jeopardizing its government contracts.
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The euro slipped on Monday after projections from France's election pointed to a hung parliament amid an unexpectedly strong showing for a left-wing alliance, spawning fresh uncertainty over the country's fiscal outlook. The euro slipped on Monday after projections from France's election pointed to a hung parliament amid an unexpectedly strong showing for a left-wing alliance, spawning fresh uncertainty over the country's fiscal outlook. The yen headed for a third day of gains after rebounding from last week's nearly 38-year trough to the dollar. The euro was 0.06% lower at $1.0827, and earlier slid as much as 0.4% as investors weighed the consequences of a hung French parliament. The dollar slipped 0.07% to 160.70 yen, down from as high as 161.96 on Wednesday.
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By doing so, Macron hoped the voters would establish a stronger mandate in the lower house and strengthen his influence on the world stage. AdvertisementThe New York Times reported that Macron, without a majority in the lower house and relegated to political maneuvering, said his decision was inevitable. On June 30, the National Rally Party again dealt a huge blow to Macron's Renaissance party and its allies by securing 33% of votes in the first round of voting, which saw a high turnout. AdvertisementMacron's centrist coalition, the Ensemble, which includes the Renaissance party, came in second with a projected 148 seats, while the far-right National Rally came in third with 142 seats. Jean-Luc Mélenchon, leader of the left-wing alliance, called the results an "immense relief for a majority of people in our country," the AP reported.
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The House Democrats who said Biden should drop out of the 2024 race were Reps. Adam Smith of Washington, Jerry Nadler of New York, Mark Takano of California and Joe Morelle of New York. Some House Democrats in battleground districts are weighing whether to distance themselves from Biden. "President Biden is a good man & I appreciate his lifetime of service," she wrote in a post to X. During the interview, Biden dismissed the calls for him to step aside and said only the "Lord Almighty" could get him to reconsider his presidential bid. "Look, I mean, if the Lord Almighty came down and said, 'Joe, get out of the race,' I'll get out of the race," Biden said during the interview.
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Prime Minister Gabriel Attal has said French voters now have a "moral duty" to halt the party's advance. The officer — a father of three who's in his 40s, and a right-leaning voter — said the polarization in French society was "very worrying, but unfortunately normal with the 'diversity' of our society." The police officer said he expected civil unrest after the vote, whichever party gained the most votes. "There will be civil unrest whoever is elected, this is France and the people speak their mind." Civil unrest possiblePolitical experts agree that the current febrile atmosphere of French politics, and antagonism between the main bodies of voters, are the ingredients for further civil unrest.
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Fans are sending steamy audition tapes to land roles on "Bridgerton." "I get the most unbelievable videos, unsolicited," says casting director Kelly Valentine Hendry. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Fans of the hit Netflix series have been sending in steamy audition tapes, Kelly Valentine Hendry, the show's casting director, shared on Sunday's episode of the "Should I Delete That?" "I get the most unbelievable videos, unsolicited," Hendry said.
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Read previewA Chinese space firm said on Sunday that it accidentally launched its Tianlong-3 rocket during a test, causing the vehicle to lift off and crash into a nearby mountainside. The Chinese Tianlong-3 Rocket Accidentally Launched During A Engine Test pic.twitter.com/EK54F4chYF — 𝕏 Ali Al Samahi 𝕏 (@alsamahi) June 30, 2024"The rocket body disintegrated after falling into the mountain," Tianbing's statement said. Related storiesDesigned to deliver satellites to orbit, it's a liquid-propellant rocket described by Tianbing as "comparable to Space X's Falcon 9." Tianbing, one of several Chinese private space rocket companies to gain prominence in recent years, in April 2023 launched another reusable rocket — the Tianlong-2 — fueled by coal-based kerosene. With nine engines, the Tianlong-3 is now being touted by Tianbing as a revolutionary rocket for China's space industry.
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The far-right scored a major win in the first round of parliamentary elections in France. Marine Le Pen's National Rally won roughly 34% of the vote, per projections. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementThe far-right National Rally has opened up a lead in the first round of critical parliamentary elections in France, with results that could soon spell the end of the centrist government alliance backed by French President Emmanuel Macron.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Organizations: National, Service, French, Popular, Macron's, Business Locations: France
The attacks, which killed around 20 people, raised major questions about whether the Kremlin has the resources to protect its citizens back home while pursuing its war in Ukraine. The attacks also illustrated "the diverse range of militant actors Russia has angered through its domestic and foreign policy actions," he added. North CaucasusRussia's North Caucasus region has a long history of rebellion against Kremlin rule, especially in Chechnya, where Russia battled separatists in two bloody wars — in 1994-1996 and then in 1999-2009. Despite Sunday's incident being the second major terrorist attack in just three months, Russian security services "have not really changed their strategy," Harold Chambers, a political and security analyst specializing in the North Caucasus, told BI. Russia's security services "do not seem to possess the same level of intelligence about threats — or, if they do, they are not acting on it," Youngman added.
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France's parliamentary election has already rattled investors as the country's risk premium rises — but two possible scenarios have still not been priced in by markets and could impact stocks in the wider European region, according to Citi. "However, the market is not priced in for far-right or far-left majority," Manthey said. "The outcome is still quite unclear, we only have polling for the first round of the election. "Let's put the announcement of the election in the context of the positioning of the investors. If the French election outcome "is very market unfriendly ... markets in Europe are quite correlated.
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Poster of Christophe Versini for the Rassemblement National (National Rally) party, with Marine Le Pen and Jordan Bardella on it, on June 24, 2024. Recent polling suggests the far-right Rassemblement National (RN, or National Rally) party, led by Jordan Bardella, could win the most seats in the National Assembly, followed by the left-wing alliance Nouveau Front Populaire (NFP, or New Popular Front). French bond yields — which move inversely to prices — have been relatively contained. Even then, he added, the spread of French bond yields over their German counterparts looked set to remain higher than before Macron called the election. There is little concern over France enacting its own "Frexit," he said, with even National Rally having moved away from actively proposing leaving the euro area or the European Union.
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AdvertisementTaylor Swift is joined onstage by Travis Kelce during The Eras Tour in London. This was especially evident during The 1989 World Tour, which ran for nearly seven months in 2015. Mostly thanks to her talent and partially thanks to her self-spun underdog narrative, she had enjoyed years of headlines like "Taylor Swift: America's Sweetheart" and "Taylor Swift Is the Music Industry." Taylor Swift is joined onstage by Serena Williams, Karlie Kloss, and more during The 1989 World Tour in London. Perhaps bringing Kelce onstage felt as natural to Swift as writing a love song about him.
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AdvertisementTaylor Swift is joined onstage by Travis Kelce during The Eras Tour in London. This was especially evident during The 1989 World Tour, which ran for nearly seven months in 2015. Mostly thanks to her talent and partially thanks to her self-spun underdog narrative, she had enjoyed years of headlines like "Taylor Swift: America's Sweetheart" and "Taylor Swift Is the Music Industry." Taylor Swift is joined onstage by Serena Williams, Karlie Kloss, and more during The 1989 World Tour in London. Perhaps bringing Kelce onstage felt as natural to Swift as writing a love song about him.
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Iranian Leader Press Office | Anadolu | Getty ImagesIran is holding snap elections on June 28 following the sudden death of former Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash. The election will take place against the backdrop of a battered Iranian economy, widespread popular discontent and crackdowns on dissent. He described Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei⁠ as the country's "only 'voter' of significance." Iran's Presidency | WANA | Via ReutersBut with Sunday's announcement of the approved candidates, "those hopes were largely dashed," he said. It comes after turnout for Iran's parliamentary election in March was also the lowest for a legislative contest in the Islamic Republic's history at 41%.
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HBO is betting on "House of the Dragon" season two's success. The network just renewed the "Game of Thrones" prequel for another season ahead of Sunday's premiere. AdvertisementFrancesca Orsi, HBO's head of drama, praised the team behind the hit fantasy series in the renewal announcement. "George, Ryan, and the rest of our incredible executive producers, cast, and crew, have reached new heights with the phenomenal second season of 'House of the Dragon,'" Orsi said in a press release. "We are in awe of the dragon-sized effort the entire team has put into the creation of a spectacular season two, with a scope and scale that is only rivaled by its heart."
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