The corporate state assumes for itself the role of environmental savior, ordained by God Himself to wage holy war against “climate change.”
A Chinese firm will be removed from the UK’s Sizewell C nuclear plant project with a $814 million buyout Read Full Article at RT.com
Moscow and Beijing are working to establish alternatives to the SWIFT financial messaging system, according to Aleksandr Novak Read Full Article at RT.com
Regular exports of Russian oil continue despite the EU’s looming price cap, Bloomberg reports Read Full Article at RT.com
Eurozone inflation is running at a record high and has not peaked yet, European Central Bank says Read Full Article at RT.com
Moscow plans to create a “gas union” with Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, to help coordinate supplies and exports, Russian officials say Read Full Article at RT.com
Berlin cannot find enough suppliers to cover the shorfall in Russian natural gas deliveries, according to Bundestag member Klaus Ernst Read Full Article at RT.com
EU member states have been unable to agree on a price cap for seaborne Russian crude oil, reportedly due to Polish demands Read Full Article at RT.com
Distressed crypto firm BlockFi has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the aftermath of the FTX exchange collapse Read Full Article at RT.com
An attempt to justify his actions.
A group of 10 advocacy organizations, including the Identity Theft Resource Center and the Better Identity Coalition, have called on Congress to pass the Improving Digital Identity Act of 2022, mandating the government to develop federal digital ID infrastructure.
AMID RISING CONCERNS about China’s growing international data collection apparatus, a newly divided US Congress is applying fresh scrutiny to the possibility that imported Chinese technology could be a Trojan horse.
The demand for Russian wheat surpassed supply by the first trading day on the Egyptian Mercantile Exchange Read Full Article at RT.com
Russia’s Gazprom plans to decompress Nord Stream pipelines and store the gas-pumping equipment, Kommersant news outlet reports Read Full Article at RT.com
Russia’s Gazprom has decided against cutting natural gas supply to Moldova after receiving full payment for this month Read Full Article at RT.com
Protests in China over President Xi Jinping's zero-tolerance Covid-19 measures have intensified - expanding from Beijing and the far western Xinjiang region to several other major cities, including Wuhan, Shanghai, and the eastern city of Nanjing, according to video and photos circulating on social media.
Markets should brace for a severe recession that might forever change the world economy, financial expert Mohamed El-Erian has warned Read Full Article at RT.com
More than half of Germans are forced to limit their purchases to essentials, a new survey shows Read Full Article at RT.com
New user signups on Twitter are at an all-time high, Elon Musk says, despite the exit of advertisers and changes to the platform Read Full Article at RT.com
Food prices in Sweden jumped by 20% this year, while electricity bills more than doubled, data has shown Read Full Article at RT.com
Exports of Russian gold to China hit a seven-year high, data shows, as the nation emerges from Covid lockdowns Read Full Article at RT.com
Inflation has driven household spending in the US up by more than $400, CNBC reports, citing a Moody’s analysis of data Read Full Article at RT.com
Ghana's government is planning to use gold to pay for oil instead of US dollars as forex reserves dwindle Read Full Article at RT.com
Every fourth German company may move abroad amid the energy crisis, an industry group warns Read Full Article at RT.com
A new mercantile exchange in Egypt is launching on November 27 and will start with Russian wheat Read Full Article at RT.com
Two years of historic droughts in California leave farmers facing losses of $3 billion, and threaten US food security Read Full Article at RT.com
Denmark’s self-governing Faroe Islands have renewed a fishing quota deal with Moscow Read Full Article at RT.com
The US Treasury Department has authorized Chevron to resume its operations in Venezuela, as long as Caracas does not receive “any profits” Read Full Article at RT.com
The monitoring of personal behavior by banks will take another step forward as Canadian credit union Vancity launches a new credit card technology to report users’ carbon emissions.
Presented as an independent voice for “unbiased” scientific advice, iSAGE provided a channel for media spinmeisters, spies and psy-op specialists to influence Britain’s pandemic policy without accountability. Leaked internal emails show members fretting over its unethical methods.
Russia has risen to fourth place among the largest economies in terms of foreign exchange reserves, RIA Novosti calculations show Read Full Article at RT.com
Washington has banned imports of new equipment from China's major telecommunications producers, including Huawei and ZTE Read Full Article at RT.com
Helsinki has decided to give back some 800 Russian railcars detained earlier this year due to sanctions, the Russian trade mission reports Read Full Article at RT.com