Putin invokes Stalingrad to predict victory over “neo-Nazism” in Ukraine

Russian President speaking in Volgograd It’s been 80 years since the Soviet victory at Stalingrad He compares Putin to Russia’s campaign in Ukraine This content was produced in Russia, where coverage of Russian military operations in Ukraine is restricted by law. VOLGOGRAD, Russia (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin raised the spirit of the Soviet army … Read more

US weekly jobless claims fall to a nine-month low; Speed ​​of productivity gains

Weekly jobless claims drop 3,000 to 183,000 Continuing claims decreased 11,000 to 1.655 million Productivity accelerated at a 3.0% rate in the fourth quarter Unit labor costs grow at a rate of 1.1% WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits fell to a nine-month low last week, as the … Read more

Huge crowds marched across France, piling pressure on Macron’s pension reform

The reform will raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 Schools, transportation networks and refinery deliveries have been affected Macron: Reform is vital to ensure the continuity of the pension system PARIS (Reuters) – Huge crowds marched across France on Tuesday to say “no” to President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to make people work longer … Read more

US labor cost growth is the smallest in a year; Work is constantly tight

The Employment Cost Index rose 1.0% in the fourth quarter wages and salaries increase by 1.0%; 5.1% increase year-on-year The Consumer Confidence Index fell to 107.1 in January House price inflation slows further in November WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. labor costs rose at their slowest pace in a year in the fourth quarter as wage … Read more

British Prime Minister Sunak dismisses the head of the Zahawi party because of tax issues

Al-Zahawi found that he was not open about the tax investigation An independent consultant finds serious breaches of the law The investigation of the Deputy Prime Minister is ongoing Scandal hurts PM Sunak’s reappointment bid LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak sacked Conservative Party leader Nadeem Zahawi on Sunday after an inquiry found … Read more

An Indian university announces a power outage ahead of the screening of Modi’s documentary

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A major Indian university cut electricity and internet on campus on Tuesday before its students’ union screened a BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi that India branded as propaganda, television station NDTV reported. . . Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in the capital, New Delhi, has threatened disciplinary action if the … Read more

Allies support Ukraine with more arms pledges; But there is no sign of an American and German tank agreement

German Leopard tanks are the most suitable for Ukraine All eyes will be on Germany when the defense chiefs meet on Friday Austin in Germany, to meet the new Minister of Defense Wagner’s Russian mercenaries claim to have captured a village Kyiv/BERLIN (Reuters) – Western allies pledged billions of dollars in new weapons to Ukraine … Read more

French workers are striking nationwide, saying “not” to reform Macron’s pension system

Police fire tear gas on the outskirts of a Paris protest The government wants to raise the two-year retirement age to 64 Railways, schools and refineries are among those affected Macron’s reformist credentials are at stake Opinion polls show broad opposition to pension reform PARIS (Reuters) – French workers went on strike and marched across … Read more

China’s population is declining for the first time since 1961, highlighting the demographic crisis

BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) – China’s population declined last year for the first time in six decades, a historic shift that is expected to mark the start of a long period of declining population numbers with profound repercussions for its economy. and the world. The decline, the worst since 1961, the last year of the great … Read more

Davos 2023: Global recession in 2023 seen as likely in World Economic Forum survey

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) – Two-thirds of leading public and private economists surveyed by the World Economic Forum expect a global recession in 2023, the organizer of the Davos Forum said on Monday, as business and government leaders gathered. its annual meeting. About 18% considered a global recession “highly likely” — more than double that of … Read more