Japan’s Kishida set to talk military buildup, chips on G7 tour

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By Elaine Lies and Tim Kelly TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida starts a tour of key Western partners on Monday, after unveiling his country’s biggest military buildup since World War Two as Tokyo weighs steps to counter China’s growing power. Kishida, who will host a summit of the Group of Seven (G7) industrial powers in May, will meet leaders of the United States, Britain, France, Italy and Canada this week. Talks are expected to range from economic security and semiconductors to the war in Ukraine and rising tensions with nuclear-armed China and North Korea. “As leader … Read More “Japan’s Kishida set to talk military buildup, chips on G7 tour”

Japan’s Kishida set to talk military buildup, chips on G7 tour

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Reuters

By Elaine Lies and Tim Kelly TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida starts a tour of key Western partners on Monday, after unveiling his country’s biggest military buildup since World War Two as Tokyo weighs steps to counter China’s growing power. Kishida, who will host a summit of the Group of Seven (G7) industrial powers in May, will meet leaders of the United States, Britain, France, Italy and Canada this week. Talks are expected to range from economic security and semiconductors to the war in Ukraine and rising tensions with nuclear-armed China and North Korea. “As leader … Read More “Japan’s Kishida set to talk military buildup, chips on G7 tour”

S.African journalist, 90, delivers news in the desert

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By MICHELE SPATARI / AFP Armed with a flask of coffee, some boiled eggs and a towel to shield his bare legs from the scorching sun, 90-year-old François Hugo sets off every Thursday to deliver newspapers in the South African desert. Armed with a flask of coffee, some boiled eggs and a towel to shield his bare legs from the scorching sun, 90-year-old François Hugo sets off every Thursday to deliver newspapers in the South African desert. Week in, week out, the elderly editor has made the 1,200-kilometre (750-mile) round trip across the semi-arid Karoo region in the country’s south. He has been … Read More “S.African journalist, 90, delivers news in the desert”

Breaking: No. 1 Overall NFL Draft Pick Has Been Secured

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By Daniel Bates Fans in Chicago are thanking the good people of Houston on Sunday after helping the Bears secure the No. 1 pick in the draft. An unlikely comeback win by the Texans locked allowed Chicago to slide into that top spot, despite Houston being far and away the worst team in the league for most of the year. Here’s how the football World reacted to the news in what’s been a wild Week 18: “The Chicago Bears are now scheduled to make the No. 1 overall draft pick for the first time since 1947,” noted ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “The Bears will have a chance to make major noise this offseason,”… Read More “Breaking: No. 1 Overall NFL Draft Pick Has Been Secured”

NFL Reacts To Bill Belichick Missing The Playoffs

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By Daniel Bates Life without Tom Brady hasn’t been great for Bill Belichick. With Sunday’s loss to the Bills, the Patriots missed the playoffs for the second time in three years since the GOAT decided to head south for his NFL winters. Here’s a look at how the NFL World reacted to another disappointing end to the season for Belichick and the Pats on Twitter: “Mac Jones: ‘We’ll get em next year coach’ … Bill Belichick:” The Volume said. “The Bills beat the #Patriots 35-23, Mac Jones and Bill Belichick suffer a losing season on the back of Mac throwing 3 INTs in a must-win game. Belichick now … Read More “NFL Reacts To Bill Belichick Missing The Playoffs”

Sports Reacts To The Camila Giorgi Controversy

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By Andrew Holleran Italian tennis star Camila Giorgi is trending on social media, as she’s in the center of a notable controversy. The New York Post reported on the news. “Italian tennis ace Camila Giorgi is at the center of a COVID-19 vaccine controversy, in which her family doctor alleged the athlete inquired about receiving a false certificate of proof that she received the jab,” they wrote. “When speaking with the Italian publication “Corriere del Veneto” on Saturday, Daniela Grillone, Giorgi’s family doctor, claimed that “none of the vaccines against” the tennis pro or her loved ones “hav… Read More “Sports Reacts To The Camila Giorgi Controversy”

SAS hero Andy McNab creates a cyber crime warrior in new chapter for author

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By Jon Coates Exclusive Hackers, often children in developing countries using laptops in their bedrooms or computer hubs, are being paid vast sums of money for discovering weaknesses in foreign computer systems that can be exploited. After writing 21 novels featuring undercover intelligence operative Nick Stone during the past 24 years, with global sales of more than seven million copies, Bravo Two Zero hero McNab says it was time for a change. Fans will get to meet his new character Nathan Pike in Shadow State, which was published on Thursday. Pike is a gifted computer hacker who is not afrai… Read More “SAS hero Andy McNab creates a cyber crime warrior in new chapter for author”

Man tests positive for H5N6 bird flu in central China

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A man in central China has tested positive for H5N6 bird flu, raising the number of human cases during the past year to 25, officials say. Experts have called for increased surveillance to monitor a recent spike in human cases. The latest case, a 54-year-old man from Changsha in the central province of Hunan, developed symptoms on November 2. He was admitted to a local hospital three days later and was last reported to be in critical condition. The Chinese government often takes weeks or months to report new cases. It was not immediately known how the man was infected. Only 84 people have been… Read More “Man tests positive for H5N6 bird flu in central China”

This beginner-friendly Google Analytics 4 e-training bundle is just $20

If your web-based business didn’t perform as well as you’d hoped last year, then your analytics reports should be able to give you a hint as to why. Aren’t sure how to use analytics software? Then we’ve got you covered with The Google Analytics 4 Beginners Bootcamp Bundle, offered on sale for just $19.99 until the end of the day on January 9 — no coupon codes required. This handy e-training package, designed for beginners, explains the basics of Google Analytics. You’ll learn how to set it up, how to pull data from your own websites, and then how to read that data to spot trends and identify d… Read More “This beginner-friendly Google Analytics 4 e-training bundle is just $20”

Carlos Correa’s $315 Million Deal With Mets Could Fall A Part As Frustrations Boil In Talks

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Carlos Correa‘s deal with the New York Mets appears to be in jeopardy as tempers flare in talks. About a month ago, both sides reportedly agreed 12-year $315 million contract just weeks ago after the $350 million deal with San Fransisco Giants fell apart. However, the Mets found the same issues the Giants did in the physical, which relates to a right fibula that Correa suffered back in 2014. That has caused the deal to stall and the Mets are reportedly looking for language in the contract that will protect him in case an injury forces him to miss a significant amount of time. However, MLB Insi… Read More “Carlos Correa’s $315 Million Deal With Mets Could Fall A Part As Frustrations Boil In Talks”