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Microsoft News 23.09.2022

Kwasi Kwarteng: Politician who challenges orthodoxy

The chancellor's career shows he believes in original thinking - but is he taking a gamble too far?


Amazon CO2 surge linked to weak law enforcement

Carbon emissions in the Amazon region in 2019 and 2020 more than doubled compared to the average of the previous eight years, according to a new study.


Britain unveils anti-inflation budget as recession looms

The UK's new government unveils Friday multibillion-pound measures aimed at supporting households and businesses hit by decades-high inflation.


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At UN, Armenia accuses Azerbaijan of 'unspeakable atrocities'

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan used his address before the United Nations Thursday to accuse Azerbaijan of "unspeakable atrocities" during the latest clashes between the two rivals, including mutilating the bodies of dead soldiers.


Flood-hit Pakistan should suspend debt repayments, says UN paper - FT

Pakistan should suspend international debt repayments and restructure loans with creditors after recent floods added to the country's financial crisis, the Financial Times reported on Friday, citing a UN policy memo.


Four Ukraine regions prepare to hold referendums on joining Russia

Four areas of Ukraine controlled by Russia and pro-Moscow forces were preparing to hold referendums on Friday on joining Russia, a move widely condemned by the West as illegitimate and a precursor to illegal annexation.


Western nations concerned by presence of extremist groups in Afghanistan

Some western countries expressed grave concern about the presence and operations of extremist groups in Afghanistan and said the Taliban were not meeting their counter-terrorism commitments.


U.S. aircraft carrier arrives in South Korea as warning to North Korea

A U.S. aircraft carrier arrived in South Korea on Friday for the first time in about four years, due to join South Korean ships in a military show of force aimed at sending North Korea a message, officials said.


Iran's Raisi says "acts of chaos" unacceptable

Iran has freedom of expression, but the protests happening now are unacceptable "acts of chaos", Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi said on Thursday, adding that he had ordered a probe into the death of a young woman that sparked bloody demonstrations.


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