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Prime ministerial contenders Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, as well as the main opposition leader, have been criticised by a prominent economist over their ideas for tackling the cost-of-living crisis.
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Long lines form in front of bakeries and supermarkets in the Lebanese capital Beirut.
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Chile university student associations protest to demand a raise in food and living benefits that have not been adjusted in 12 years in the first major demonstration since Gabriel Boric has taken office two weeks ago. A young man was shot and wounded after clashes with police.
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Shortages of vital supplies and blocked exports are forcing farmers to make tough decisions in Ukraine.
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Villages made up of 8x8 ft houses are being built in Los Angeles as a way to tackle the city’s spiralling homelessness crisis.
Thousands protest in Barcelona against electricity price hike
Consumer prices in Spain are rising by the highest rate in almost 30 years, fueled by the soaring electricity costs on international markets.
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The Petrol Retailers Association has claimed the switch to E10 was a 'major factor' in the UK’s petrol crisis.
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Syrian families struggle to get bread during wheat crisis
Syrians say they are forced to bake bread at home amid a severe wheat crisis.
Shortage of HGV drivers 'not surprising' but Brexit 'not main cause'
Shortage of truck drivers "not surprising after reopening post-Covid" and "Brexit has aggravated this but is not the main cause", professor of economics and public policy Jonathan Portes told Euronews.
Oil prices rise amid prospect of widespread fuel shortfalls
Brent crude touched $80 a barrel on Tuesday for the first time in three years as markets grappled with the prospect of widespread fuel shortfalls heading into the end of the year.
Evergrande to pay interest on small part of €250 billion debts
Traders are anxiously waiting to see if Beijing will rescue the private group if Evergrande and lenders can’t agree on how to handle its debts.
Lack of lorry drivers in UK leads to empty shelves
Some drivers are now earning hundreds of pounds more every day for their shifts. And companies are competing against the giants. Supermarkets simply can’t afford the same wages.
'Terrorism will be on the rise again' predicts former NATO official
NATO's former deputy assistant secretary-general Jamie Shea says "NATO is going to have to anticipate eventually a shockwave of more terrorist attacks in the United States and Europe."
Lebanon's PM-designate steps down after months of deadlock
Lebanon’s Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri stepped down on Thursday, citing “key differences” with the president after nine months of political wrangling that failed to put together a government for the crisis-ridden country.
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The experience of Britain in the 1920s and early 1930s provide valuable lessons for the European Union in forging a meaningful economic response to this virus crisis.
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