Monthly Archives: April, 2022

Tesla recalls 48,000 vehicles from US over speed display

Tesla (TSLA.O) is recalling around 48,000 Model 3 Performance vehicles in the United States because the speedometer may not appear while in "Track Mode." The...

Russian users launch lawsuit against Apple after payment service pulled

A Russian law firm announced that it has launched a lawsuit against Apple (AAPL.O), demanding 90 million roubles ($1.28 million) in damages for customers...

4% of global GDP at risk due to climate change

According to a new analysis of 135 countries, climate change might cost the global economy 4% of its yearly output by 2050, disproportionately affecting...

Over 1 mln people evacuated from Ukraine to Russia since Feb 24

Since February 24, more than a million people have been evacuated from Ukraine to Russia, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who spoke...

Ahead of elections, Australian PM decries China’s interference

After his home minister said Beijing's disclosure of a security contract with the adjacent Solomon Islands was timed to influence an election, Australia's prime...

Liberia struggling with heaps of city waste

Archie Gbezay, a youth leader in Liberia's massive West Point slum, shook his head as children walked through dense piles of trash, playing catch...

Migrant smuggling increases by boat in Bahamas to the US

As the island nation struggles to contain an increase of migrants seeking to reach the United States on frequently decrepit and overloaded boats, patrol...

South Africa entering into fifth Covid wave

South Africa may be entering a fifth Covid wave sooner than expected, according to health officials and scientists, following a continuous increase in infections...

Worst drought in 40 years: Malnourished kids throng hospitals in Ethiopia

Malnourished children are rushing into Ethiopia's Gode city's major hospital's paediatric department, as the country's worst drought in 40 years has caused many families...

Apple may face bigger issues in supply

Apple Inc (AAPL.O) forecasted more troubles on Thursday as China's COVID-19 lockdowns stymie production and demand, the war in Ukraine dampens sales, and development...

Afghanistan: Over 50 killed in blast at Kabul mosque

After Friday prayers at a Kabul mosque, a huge explosion killed more than 50 people, according to the mosque's leader, the latest in a...

Musk sells Tesla shares worth $8.5 billion after buying Twitter

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Inc (TSLA.O), sold $8.5 billion in shares in the electric vehicle maker, according to U.S. regulatory filings, likely...

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‘Family badly affected’: Will Smith’s daughter Willow Smith on 2022 Oscars slap incident

In response to the controversy caused by her father Will Smith's slap row at the Oscars in 2022, singer Willow Smith broke her silence....

In Russia, Kia recalls 105,000 Rio cars

A probable airbag malfunction prompted Kia Corp.'s Russian unit to initiate a voluntary recall of more than 100,000 vehicles on Monday, according to a...

US: Democrats readies $430 billion bill on climate, drugs

A $430 billion climate change, healthcare, and tax measure that would help limit the carbon emissions that cause climate change and lower drug costs...

Covid quarantine stay reduced for travellers in Hong Kong

By reducing the COVID-19 hotel quarantine time for all arrivals from seven to three days, Hong Kong is taking another step toward gradually relaxing...