Binance Limits Services in Russia Due to the EU’s 5th Package of Sanctions

The EU 5th Package of Sanctions: What Binance is Doing Binance confirmed that they’ll be halting the service to the following countries: Russia, Iran, North Korea, and Syria. This is due to the EU’s 5th package of sanctions against Russia over their annexation of Crimea and intervention in eastern Ukraine. Vladimir Putin’s government has vowed to continue economic cooperation despite western insults – which only serves as proof of Putin’s lack of diplomatic credibility.  How Is Binance related to Ethereum? Binance is the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange in terms of volume and traffic. It’s also currently the biggest exchange by

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The cost of Hinkley Point C will increase by another 3 billion pounds, warns EDF

The French EDF has warned that the cost of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant under construction in south-west England could rise by an additional £ 3 billion, while also warning of further delays due to supply chain problems stemming from the Covid-19 blockade. In a statement issued late Thursday night, the French state-owned company estimated that the 3.2-gigawatt power plant in Somerset could cost a total of £ 25 billion to £ 26 billion compared to it is estimated at £ 18 billion when he got the green light in 2016. The first of two next-generation European Pressure

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With rakes and bulldozers, New Mexico is battling a “beastly” forest fire. Reuters

2/2 © Reuters. PHOTOGRAPHY: A helicopter drops a retardant over vegetation as smoke rises, near the Griffith Observatory, in Los Angeles, California, USA, on May 17, 2022 in this image obtained from social networks. Luke Layden / via Reuters 2/2 By Andrew Hay PLACITA, NM (Reuters) – Gathering dead grass and bulldozing a 20-mile fuel break, locals and firefighters in New Mexico fought on Wednesday to stop a devastating march north of the largest active forest fire in the United States. Under the flames that set fire to up to 1,500 properties, Christine Gonzalez piled up weeds in her wheelchair

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The US Air Force says it has conducted a successful test of hypersonic weapons by Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US Air Force said on Monday that it had successfully tested hypersonic weapons, which flew at five times the speed of sound. The test was conducted Saturday on the coast of Southern California when a B-52 bomber dropped an air-launched rapid reaction weapon (ARRW), the air force said in a statement. “After separating from the aircraft, the ARRW amplifier ignited and burned for the expected duration, achieving hypersonic speeds five times the speed of sound,” it said. The United States is not alone in developing hypersonic weapons, whose speed and maneuverability make it difficult to track

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UK bosses focus on training existing staff to fill workforce gaps

Employers in the UK with labor shortages are increasingly planning to train existing staff instead of raising wages to attract new recruits, according to research that suggests wage pressures could ease. About two-thirds of employers expect to have difficulty filling vacancies in the next six months, and one-third expect these difficulties to be serious, according to the CIPD organization for HR professionals in its quarterly labor market review released Monday. But now fewer of them think they can solve employment problems by offering more money. Among those with hard-to-fill jobs, only 27 percent planned to respond with salary increases, compared

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Gunman kills 10 in racially motivated shooting at Buffalo supermarket, Reuters reports

6/6 © Reuters. Officers secure scene after shooting at TOPS supermarket in Buffalo, New York, USA, May 14, 2022. REUTERS / Jeffrey T. Barnes REFILE – CORRECTION DATE 2/6 Authors: Steve Gorman and Moira Warburton (Reuters) – An 18-year-old white gunman killed 10 people and wounded three others at a grocery store in the Black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, before surrendering after what authorities called an act of “racially motivated violent extremism.” Authorities said the suspect, who was armed with an assault rifle and appears to have acted alone, drove to Buffalo from his New York County home “a

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Elon Musk put on hold a $ 44 billion contract on Twitter

Elon Musk has temporarily put his takeover of Twitter on hold due to concerns about the number of spam and fake accounts on the social media platform, raising new doubts about whether Tesla’s CEO will complete the $ 44 billion deal. The billionaire entrepreneur said on Twitter on Friday that the business is being maintained “down to the details that support” the calculation in the company’s regulatory submissions, which suggest that the number of fake accounts on the platform represents less than 5 percent of its 229 million users. The estimate was included in the company’s quarterly report last week.

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Mexico will amend the import and export law to curb inflation, the government told Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Customers Pass By Vegetables At An Improvised Market Stall In Mexico City, Mexico April 8, 2022. REUTERS / Luis Cortes MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A decree of the Mexican president will be issued on Friday, which will modify the tariffs in the import and export law of the country in an attempt to curb inflation, a spokesman for the Ministry of Finance said on Thursday. The announcement comes a week after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador unveiled a plan to curb inflation. As part of that, the government has pledged to increase basic food production with

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