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S&P downgrades South Africa rating

S&P downgrades South Africa rating

Local currency debt cut to ‘junk’ status

Published 6 months ago

France Grapples With Sexism and Sexual Violence

France Grapples With Sexism and Sexual Violence

President Macron said he would make gender equality the “national cause” of his five-year term in office, as a recent wave of sexual-harassment allegations is hitting France.

Published 6 months ago

Ireland could face snap election by Christmas

Ireland could face snap election by Christmas

Election preparations begin ahead of crucial no-confidence vote over police scandal

Published 6 months ago

Big asset managers step up gender diversity drive

Big asset managers step up gender diversity drive

Pimco, Fidelity, Vanguard link with professional body over underrepresentation of women in UK

Published 6 months ago

Six things you need to know about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease

Six things you need to know about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease

An explainer on the most common cause of dementia and whether there is a cure

Published 6 months ago

Brexit knocks French wine exports to UK

Brexit knocks French wine exports to UK

The weak pound may force British wine merchants out of business

Published 6 months ago

Pakistan’s Security Forces Clash With Islamist Protesters

Pakistan’s Security Forces Clash With Islamist Protesters

More than 170 people were injured on the outskirts of Islamabad after police and paramilitary personnel tried to clear a protest by Islamist activists who had blocked a main road into Pakistan’s capital for more than two weeks.

Published 6 months ago

Pakistan calls in army to restore order after Islamist protests

Pakistan calls in army to restore order after Islamist protests

Riot police struggle to contain hardliners who have blockaded the capital

Published 6 months ago

White House Criticizes CFPB for Naming Own Temporary Chief

White House Criticizes CFPB for Naming Own Temporary Chief

A senior White House official criticized the former head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for “provoking” a legal challenge, a day after the president and the CFPB named two different people to serve as temporary director, raising questions about the agency’s leadership.

Published 6 months ago

Death Toll Rises to More Than 305 in Mosque Attack in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula

Death Toll Rises to More Than 305 in Mosque Attack in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula

More than two dozen militants carried out the attack on a Sufi-linked mosque in the Sinai Peninsula that killed at least 305 people, Egypt’s public prosecutor said.

Published 6 months ago

No Laughing Matter: New York Comedy Clubs Become a Draw in Tough Times

No Laughing Matter: New York Comedy Clubs Become a Draw in Tough Times

New York is enjoying a comedy resurgence, with the opening of several new clubs in the past few years and patrons turned away at busy times.

Published 6 months ago

Egypt strikes mosque attack suspects as death toll rises

Egypt strikes mosque attack suspects as death toll rises

Warplanes target militants suspected in mass killing of at least 305 worshippers

Published 6 months ago

U.S. Space Taxi Services Struggle 
		
			
		
	to Meet NASA Safety Rules

U.S. Space Taxi Services Struggle to Meet NASA Safety Rules

The space agency scrutinizes space safety as both Boeing Co. and Elon Musk’s SpaceX work on new spacecraft that NASA would begin using as early as next year to fly astronauts to the international space station.

Published 6 months ago

As Risk of War Looms, South Korea Weighs Changing the Draft

As Risk of War Looms, South Korea Weighs Changing the Draft

South Korea’s compulsory military service, long regarded as sacrosanct in a nation still technically at war with North Korea, faces a legal test over whether citizens can refuse to serve because of their beliefs.

Published 6 months ago