Iranian lawmakers chanted “Thank you, police,” despite growing public anger over the woman’s death

DUBAI (Reuters) – Iranian lawmakers chanted “Thank you, police” during a parliamentary session on Sunday in a show of support for a fierce crackdown on widespread anti-government protests over the killing of a young woman in police custody. The protests, which erupted after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini from Iranian Kurdistan, have turned into … Read more

Russia says at the United Nations that the United States has a lot to gain from Nord Stream’s damage

Sept 30 (Reuters) – The Russian ambassador to the United Nations on Friday told the Security Council that the United States had a lot to gain in the gas trade from damage to the Nord Stream pipeline network under the Baltic Sea, but stopped short of holding Washington responsible for what happened this week. Explosions. … Read more

‘Sham’ Ukrainian referendum results point to Russia’s annexation

Russia says the majority voted for annexation “Welcome home, in Russia!” Medvedev says Russia’s parliament says it may consider annexation on October 4 The United States plans a UN resolution to reject any change in Ukraine Russian undersea gas pipelines mysteriously damaged LONDON/ZAPORECHA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Officials have installed Russia in four occupied regions of … Read more

Morning show: Eye of the Storm

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register A look at the day ahead in the US and global markets from Mike Dolan. With Hurricane Ian erupting with its sights set on Cuba and Florida, a global financial storm in the bond and currency markets has subsided moderately – although likely only temporarily. … Read more

In China, homebuyers occupy their unfinished “rotting” property

GUILIN, China (September 26) (Reuters) – Six months ago, Ms. Xu’s home was a room in a high-rise apartment in the southern Chinese city of Guilin she bought three years ago, drawn by brochures promoting her river views. and clean city air. However, her living conditions are far from those promised: unpainted walls, potholes where … Read more

Big UK tax cuts deepen sell-off, dollar rises and bonds tumble

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MSCI All-World hits two-year low The dollar reaches its highest level in two decades Selling sterling and gold after a ‘mini-budget’ in the UK The Yen is down but traders are wary of further intervention Treasury bonds headed for an eighth weekly loss LONDON (Reuters) … Read more

Russia and Ukraine announce a big surprise prisoner exchange

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Kyiv/RIYADH (Reuters) – Russia and Ukraine carried out an unexpected prisoner exchange on Wednesday, the largest since the war began, involving about 300 people including 10 foreigners and commanders who led a protracted Ukrainian defense of Mariupol earlier. general. Among the foreigners released were two … Read more

US Treasury official criticizes China’s “non-conventional” debt practices

Chinese yuan banknotes are shown in this illustrative photo taken on April 25, 2022. REUTERS/Florence Law/Illustration Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register China is the largest official creditor in the world Lack of transparency and confidentiality agreements under fire Urging progress on Common Framework debt deals for Zambia and other countries … Read more

Exclusive: Saudi Arabia buys a pair of SpaceX astronaut seats from Axiom Sources

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register PARIS (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia plans to send two astronauts to the International Space Station aboard Elon Musk’s SpaceX capsule, becoming the latest Gulf country to strengthen ties with private US space companies, according to three people familiar with the matter. arrangement. The sources, who … Read more