A Closer Look: Why Are Wildfires Burning in Eastern Canada’s Nova Scotia?

[1/3] A New Brunswick plane dropped a mixture of water and fire retardants as it passed over wildfires in Lake Barrington, Nova Scotia, Canada in this photo posted to social media released May 31, 2023. Govt. Nova Scotia/Post via REUTERS June 2 (Reuters) – Wildfires are raging across Canada’s western provinces, but eastern Nova Scotia … Read more

Wall Street ended up on the jobs data, avoiding a debt default

Nasdaq posted its best weekly winning streak since January 2020 The data shows that the unemployment rate was 3.7% in May. moderate wage growth Amazon accesses a report on its talks for low-cost mobile services Materials is driving the S&P sector’s gains, and Nvidia is falling again (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed higher on Friday … Read more

Help the village garbageman discover ancient bronze statues in Tuscany

Ancient treasures on display in Rome Warm spa mud has helped preserve them for centuries The discovery sheds new light on Etruscan and Roman beliefs SAN CASSIANO DE’ BAGNI, Italy, June 2 (Reuters) – One of Italy’s most celebrated archaeological finds in decades is on display this month – Etruscan and Roman statues pulled from … Read more

Exclusive: Vultures Watch Alerts Zambian Park to Poachers

Vultures with satellite tags detect two suspected poisoning incidents near Kafue National Park Monitoring the camera trap reveals an upward trend in lion and leopard populations June 1 (Reuters) – Lion and leopard populations in Zambia’s Kafue National Park are showing signs of a modest comeback after decades of poaching with the help of expanded … Read more

Sri Lanka surprises with an interest rate cut of 250 basis points, which indicates its recovery from the crisis

[1/2] Employees work in the packing department of a garment factory in Colombo after the International Monetary Fund’s executive board approved a $3 billion bailout for Sri Lanka. March 21, 2023. (Reuters) / Dinuka Liyanawatte / File Photo Colombo (Reuters) – In a sign of confidence that the worst of Sri Lanka’s financial crisis is … Read more

Russia says the United States hacked into thousands of Apple phones in a spying scheme

Moscow says the US National Security Agency hacked Apple phones in Russia Apple denied Russian allegations that it helped the NSA Kaspersky says the iPhones of senior employees were hacked MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Thursday it had uncovered a US spying operation that led to the hacking of thousands … Read more

Inflation fell in the eurozone, sparking a debate about interest rates at the European Central Bank

Inflation slowed to 6.1% from 7% The core inflation rate is falling, but it is still above the target A rate hike was agreed in June but July is not Low GDP growth rates are a warning sign for policymakers FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Inflation in the euro zone fell more than expected last month as … Read more

Zelensky presses the issue of NATO at the Moldova summit near the Ukrainian border

[1/6] Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky attends a welcoming ceremony during a meeting of the European Political Group at Meme Castle in Polboaka, Moldova, June 1, 2023. REUTERS/Vladislav Kolyumza Zelensky calls for a “clear” decision on entering NATO Summit showing Ukraine’s support against the Russian invasion NATO deploys spy planes to meet security challenges Tensions in … Read more

Exclusive: UN tries to salvage Black Sea grain deal with ‘mutually beneficial’ proposal

KIEV (Reuters) – The United Nations has suggested that Kiev, Moscow and Ankara begin preparations to transport Russian ammonia through Ukraine as they try to salvage a deal that would allow safe grain exports from the Black Sea, a source close to the talks said. Wednesday. The source, who spoke to Reuters on condition of … Read more

The US labor market remains resilient with higher employment opportunities and lower layoffs

Job vacancies increased from 358,000 to 10.1 million in April layoffs, 264,000; Voluntary take off drop 49,000 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. employment rose unexpectedly in April and data for the previous month was revised higher, indicating continued strength in the labor market that may force the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates again in June. … Read more