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Samsung to pay Australia $9.7 million over false waterproof claims

CANBERRA, Australia: Samsung Electronics has been fined $9.65 million by Australia for releasing nine misleading advertisements about the untrue water-resistance ...


Notts Outlaws skipper Dan Christian to make final Trent Bridge appearance on Friday

Nottingham [UK], June 30 (ANI): Notts Outlaws skipper Dan Christian will be making his final home appearance for the side ...


NATO summit concludes amid criticisms of bloc's aggression

© Provided by Xinhua "NATO has always been used by the United States as a tool to perpetuate its hegemony," ...


Jason Day (back) withdraws from John Deere Classic

Former world No. 1 golfer Jason Day of Australia withdrew from the John Deere Classic with a back injury on ...


New Zealand Designates US Proud Boys Terrorist Group

New Zealand has designated the U.S. right wing groups the Proud Boys and The Base as terrorist organizations, making it ...


Chinese energy giant considers offloading Western assets media

PetroChina may withdraw from Australian and Canadian projects, according to ReutersPetroChina may sell its stakes in natural gas projects in ...


It's 2022. Why do we still not have waterproof phones?

While manufacturers have successfully increased the water-repelling nature of smartphones, they are still far from "waterproof". A water-resistant product can ...


Extra bounce is my biggest weapon: Australia's Nathan Lyon on his spell against Sri Lanka

Galle [Sri Lanka], June 30 (ANI): Australia spinner Nathan Lyon on Wednesday said the opening Test in Galle was balanced ...


Snapchat announced, a premier membership at USD 3.99 / month service

Washington [US], June 30 (ANI): Snapchat formally unveiled Snapchat, a premium membership at USD3.99/month service that will give users access ...


China warns against Asian NATO

Any attempt to set up ?an Asia-Pacific version of NATO? would only bring more turmoil, Beijing warnsNATO should stop looking ...


Dakota Johnson opens up about working on sets of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

Washington [US], June 29 (ANI): Hollywood actor Dakota Johnson opened up about the time she was shooting for the movie ...


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Stocks in Asia in retreat, Australian All Ordinaries loses nearly 2 percent

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks in Asia traded sharply lower on Thursday, following on from major falls on Wall Street ...

Unable to staff airports, Germany to bring in foreign workers

BERLIN, Germany: A German Interior Ministry spokesperson has said that in a bid to relieve airports overwhelmed by staff shortages ...

France expects to reopen coal-fired power plant in Lorraine

PARIS, France: In a written statement made this week confirming a report from broadcaster RTL, France's energy ministry said the ...

U.S. stock markets struggle, dollar makes sudden jump higher

NEW YORK, New York - Wall Street struggled to find its footing on Wednesday after Fed chief Jerome Powell vowed ...

US farms planting unplanned crops due to chemical shortages

WASHINGTON D.C.: Due to persistent shortages of agricultural chemicals that threaten yields, U.S. farmers have cut back on using common ...

Northrop, Raytheon to build missile to shoot down hypersonic weapons

WASHINGTON D.C.: Raytheon Technologies and Northrop Grumman have won U.S. contracts to develop missiles to intercept hypersonic weapons.The decision means ...

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To counter Chinese, US, Japan, Australia, UK create Pacific group

WASHINGTON D.C.: The White House has reported that the U.S., Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the UK have created an ...

Samsung to pay Australia $9.7 million over false waterproof claims

CANBERRA, Australia: Samsung Electronics has been fined $9.65 million by Australia for releasing nine misleading advertisements about the untrue water-resistance ...

Jason Day (back) withdraws from John Deere Classic

Former world No. 1 golfer Jason Day of Australia withdrew from the John Deere Classic with a back injury on ...

New Zealand Designates US Proud Boys Terrorist Group

New Zealand has designated the U.S. right wing groups the Proud Boys and The Base as terrorist organizations, making it ...

Chinese energy giant considers offloading Western assets media

PetroChina may withdraw from Australian and Canadian projects, according to ReutersPetroChina may sell its stakes in natural gas projects in ...

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Watford FC bans Qatar friendly due to fans' human rights concerns

WATFORD, UK: Watford F.C. has cancelled a friendly match against the Qatar national team due to the Gulf country's human ...


Istanbul Pride parades blocked by Turkey police

ISTANBUL, Turkey: Turkish police detained dozens of people after local authorities banned Istanbul's annual Pride parade from going ahead this ...


French urged to conserve energy use to prepare for winter

PARIS, France: Amidst shortages and soaring prices caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and subsequent supply cuts, the heads of ...


At this week's G7 meeting, imports of Russian gold to be banned

WASHINGTON D.C.: In the latest in a series of sanctions aimed at further isolating Russia economically over its invasion of ...


Myanmar military thwarts weapon transporting by PDF fighters

MAGWAY, Myanmar - At least eight resistance fighters were killed on Wednesday when junta troops intercepted a truck they were ...


Shanghai Beijing say life returning to normal after Covid lockdowns

SHANGHAI, China: As Shanghai reports no new cases of Covid for the first time in two months, Shanghai's top communist ...


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