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Killing of Jesuit Priests in Mexico Shakes Nation Afflicted by Violence

Killing of Jesuit Priests in Mexico Shakes Nation Afflicted by Violence

MEXICO CITY—Hundreds of soldiers scoured the pine-clad mountains of Mexico’s Sierra Tarahumara in search of a local Sinaloa cartel boss accused of killing two elderly Jesuit priests in a crime that has shocked the world. The murders last Monday, which caused Pope Franciscohimself a Jesuit, lamenting Mexico’s relentless violence, he highlights how Mexican organized crime …

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G-7 Nears Agreement on Exploring New Sanction Capping Russian Oil Price

G-7 Nears Agreement on Exploring New Sanction Capping Russian Oil Price

The Group of Seven club of wealthy democracies is inching toward a deal to expand its sanctions against Russia by seeking a mechanism to cap the purchase price of Russian oil, officials said, but details are still being worked out. The move, which is being discussed at the three-day G-7 summit in the Bavarian Alps …

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South African Police Investigate Deaths of 22 Youngsters in Township Tavern

South African Police Investigate Deaths of 22 Youngsters in Township Tavern

South African authorities were investigating the deaths of 22 youths, some as young as 14, whose bodies were found Sunday morning in a township tavern near the seaside city of East London. Parents and relatives gathered near the Enyobeni Tavern in the Scenery Park district, demanding answers about what happened to their children. Police and …

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Employees Scrambled to Keep Robinhood Afloat in January 2021 Meme-Stock Frenzy, House Report Finds

Employees Scrambled to Keep Robinhood Afloat in January 2021 Meme-Stock Frenzy, House Report Finds

Robinhood Markets struggled to handle large stock trading volumes and fell out with its biggest client, market-maker Citadel Securities, during the week of January 2021 when meme stocks exploded, according to a report by the Democratic staff of the House Financial Services Committee. Camera. The committee held hearings in February 2021, questioning the CEOs of …

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Pfizer’s Omicron-Targeting Covid-19 Vaccines Generate Stronger Immune Response

Pfizer’s Omicron-Targeting Covid-19 Vaccines Generate Stronger Immune Response

Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE vaccines modified to target the Omicron variant produced a significantly higher immune response than the companies’ currently available vaccine in one study, they said. A modified booster injection targeting Omicron specifically increased neutralizing antibody levels 13.5 to 19.6 times higher than the current injection in study volunteers one month after …

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Spirit Airlines Sticks With Frontier Deal After Sweetened Offer

Spirit Airlines Sticks With Frontier Deal After Sweetened Offer

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U.N. Agency Finds Israeli Forces Shot Palestinian-American Journalist

U.N. Agency Finds Israeli Forces Shot Palestinian-American Journalist

The United Nations human rights office said its investigation into the death of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh found that Israeli forces fired the shots that killed her and wounded her colleague last month. Israeli authorities initially said that indiscriminate shooting by Palestinians killed Ms. Abu Akleh, which the Office of the United Nations High …

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