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US crypto company Nomad was robbed of $190 million

Cryptocurrency representations were captured in this illustration, January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/ Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON (Reuters) – US crypto firm Nomad has been theft of $190 million, Blockchain researchers said on Tuesday, the latest theft to hit the digital asset sector this year. Nomad said in a …

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COVID is long, resting and helping our immune systems recover | Doctor’s note

As of July 29, 2022, the World Health Organization estimated confirmed cases of COVID-19 at over half a billion and the number of COVID-related deaths at more than 6.3 million. In addition to the identified COVID infections or reported cases, there is also a significant portion of clandestine infections due to many causes including asymptomatic …

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Documents show that Luxembourg’s private banks have asked to freeze their assets in Ecuador amid a dispute between Perenco

Bailiff has ordered 122 banking entities operating in Luxembourg to freeze Ecuadorian assets. Ecuador issued bonds listed in Luxembourg in 2020 to fix debt Some bondholders received interest payments due on July 31 LONDON (Reuters) – Minutes in Luxembourg have ordered banks to freeze assets Ecuadorean holds in Luxembourg accounts as a result of a …

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“Living with COVID”: Where the epidemic could go next

LONDON/CHICAGO (Reuters) – As the third winter of the coronavirus pandemic approaches in the northern hemisphere, scientists are warning governments and exhausted residents alike to prepare for more waves of COVID-19. In the United States alone, there could be as many as 1 million infections a day this winter, Chris Murray, president of the Institute …

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HSBC stops Ping An breakup call, raises profit and pay target

HSBC returns to pay quarterly dividends from 2023 Aims to win over investors with higher profitability goal He says the separation of the Asian business carries enormous risks London shares rise 6% LONDON/SINGAPORE (Aug. 1) (Reuters) – HSBA.L has rejected a proposal by China’s Ping An Insurance Group (601318.SS) to split the bank, a move …

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“Living with COVID”: Where the epidemic could go next

LONDON/CHICAGO (Reuters) – As the third winter of the coronavirus pandemic approaches in the northern hemisphere, scientists are warning governments and exhausted residents alike to prepare for more waves of COVID-19. In the United States alone, there could be as many as 1 million infections a day this winter, Chris Murray, president of the Institute …

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Chinese missile falls to Earth, NASA says Beijing did not share information

A Long March-5B Y3 rocket, carrying the Wentian Laboratory module of the Chinese space station under construction, lifts off from the Wenchang spacecraft launch site in Hainan Province, China on July 24, 2022. China Daily via REUTERS/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Chinese missile crashed …

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The 2023 FIFA World Cup in India will give a big boost to coordination: New Zealand coach

New Zealand men’s coach Gary Stead said that while cricket experts might predict the demise of cricket for a day, he’s not entirely sure about it, adding that he personally likes the shape because it has twists and turns similar to Tests. The coach of the World Test Champions, who recently …

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Experimental chewing gum reduces omicron in saliva; Impotence, hair loss among the long-term symptoms of Covid disease

July 26 (Reuters) – Here is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that requires further study to confirm results and that has not yet been approved by peer review. Experimental chewing gum reduces omicron particles in saliva New data shows that experimental gum that “traps” SARS-CoV-2 particles in saliva holds …

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