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The central banks worldwide struggle to tame high inflation

New York (The Times Groupe)- In the midst of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, an increase in energy and food prices, and other issues, central banks are looking for ways to escape the high inflation swamp.

More than 160M children worldwide in child labor

World (The Times Groupe)- The International Labor Organization (ILO) and UNICEF released a report on Wednesday showing more than 160 million children are working in child labor around the world.

1 in 3 people worldwide could become climate migrants by 2070

World (The Times Groupe)- The increasing frequency of extreme weather events could turn one in three people into climate migrants in less than 50 years, a Turkish social scientist has warned.

Turkey’s Erdogan slams West over refugee policy

Ankara (The Times Groupe)- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expressed concern that underdeveloped countries shelter more than twice as many refugees as developed countries, blaming them for having used the global refugee crisis for advertising purposes.

EU to provide vulnerable countries $633M to address food crisis

Brussels (The Times Groupe)- The European Union will provide vulnerable countries with an additional €600 million ($633 million) to cope with the food crisis caused by Russia's war in Ukraine.

Droughts may affect more than 75% of world’s population by 2050

World (The Times Groupe)- Drought could affect three-quarters of humanity by 2050, the UN warned Friday as it observed World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought.

EU signs gas agreement with Egypt and Israel to ditch Russia

Brussels (The Times Groupe)- Egypt and Israel have agreed to increase gas exports to Europe under a deal signed during the visit of the European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen to Cairo on Wednesday as the bloc seeks to wean itself off Russian gas.

European Union to buy 110,000 doses of Monkeypox vaccine

Monkeypox (The Times Groupe)- The European Union will sign an agreement on Tuesday to buy 110,000 doses of vaccine to combat the ongoing Monkeypox outbreak, a senior EU official said.

Türkiye aiming to become global healthcare hub

Ankara (The Times Groupe)- Türkiye aims to become a global hub for healthcare services, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.

Elon Musk wants to cut 10% of Tesla jobs

San Francisco (The Times Groupe)- Tesla (TSLA.O) CEO Elon Musk has a "super bad feeling" about the economy and needs to cut about 10% of salaried staff at the electric carmaker, according to emails seen by Reuters.

WHO: European region is epicenter of Monkeypox, with 218 confirmed cases

Geneva (The Times Groupe)- The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that its European Region is the epicenter of the largest Monkeypox outbreak outside endemic areas in western and central Africa.

Hundred cases of Monkeypox in more than 20 countries

World (The Times Groupe)- The World Health Organization (WHO) announced nearly 200 cases of Monkeypox have been reported in more than 20 countries not usually known to have outbreaks of the unusual disease but described the epidemic as "containable" and proposed creating a stockpile to equitably share the limited vaccines and drugs available worldwide.

Crude oil prices little changed as recession worry offsets higher demand outlook

Huston (The Times Groupe)- Oil prices were little changed on Monday amid worries over a possible recession and the prospect of higher fuel demand with the start of the U.S. driving season and Shanghai's plans to reopen after two months of quarantines due to the Coronavirus.

Food protectionism on rise amid Russia-Ukraine war

World (The Times Groupe)- Countries worldwide have been taking protectionist measures as fears of a global food inflation crisis rise.

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