China Covid Relaxation, Hong Kong Stocks Rise

Indonesia’s GoTo has lost nearly 70% of its value since it went public in April Indonesia GoTo group – The combined entity of passenger transportation giant Gojek and e-commerce marketplace Tokopedia lost 68.5% of its stake Initial value 400 trillion rupees ($28 billion) Since its initial public offering in April. On Thursday, pre-IPO shareholders such … Read more

Palestinians say the videotaped killing was unjustified

HUWARA, West Bank (AP) – A temporary memorial on a sidewalk bearing a Palestinian flag and a mourning notice commemorated Saturday a 22-year-old Palestinian youth who was killed by an Israeli Border Police officer – four pistol shots at close range – captured on amateur video. Share it widely. A day after a shooting in … Read more

The United Nations envoy to the Middle East is “horrified” by killing a Palestinian who stabbed an officer, wounding him

The United Nations envoy to the Middle East said on Saturday he was “horrified” by the stabbing death of a Palestinian who security forces said had wounded an Israeli police officer in the West Bank. The Border Police said that Ammar Mufleh tried, on Friday afternoon, to break into the car of an Israeli couple … Read more

The Group of Seven joins the European Union in capping the price of Russian oil at $60 a barrel

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Group of Seven nations and Australia joined the European Union on Friday in adopting a $60-per-barrel cap on Russian oil, a key step as Western sanctions aim to reorganize the global oil market. To prevent rising prices and starving President Vladimir Putin of financing his war in Ukraine. Europe needed to … Read more

Chinese cities are easing COVID restrictions as the virus continues to spread

BEIJING (Reuters) – Some communities in Chinese cities where COVID-19 is still spreading are relaxing testing requirements and quarantine rules ahead of an expected shift in virus policies nationwide after widespread social unrest. However, the uneven easing of COVID restrictions is fueling fear among some residents who suddenly feel more vulnerable to a disease that … Read more

House passes bill supported by Biden to avert a rail strike

Rep. Don Bacon, R-Nep., discusses the nation’s impending rail strike and whether unions will accept the current deal being pushed by the White House on “Mornings with Maria.” The The Congress He passed legislation Wednesday to avert a national rail strike, but questions remain about whether the effort could exonerate senators ages 50-50. By a … Read more