Top 10 news: EU bans most Russian oil, targets Putin’s alleged girlfriend with sanctions, and more

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The European Union (EU) on Friday declared a ban on most Russian oil imports and cut off Russian bank Sberbank from the SWIFT global messaging system. Separately, Hong Kong police said people would not be allowed to gather on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square event on Saturday.

EU bans most Russian oil, targets Putin’s alleged girlfriend with sanctions

The EU has frozen the assets of President Vladimir Putin’s alleged girlfriend, Alina Kabaeva, and blacklisted her for visa bans with Russian military officials suspected of war crimes in Bucha, in Ukraine.

Hong Kong police issue warning over Tiananmen Square anniversary rallies

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Police have made it clear that any gathering will be treated as a violation of the law and action will be taken against everyone involved.

Yet another year in which Japan sees a record drop in the birth rate

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For the sixth consecutive year, Japan is experiencing a further decline in the number of births. In 2021, the country experienced a decline of 3.5% compared to the previous year (2020).

GALLERY | Why Taiwan reserves airsoft guns

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From tour guides to tattoo artists, some in Taiwan are taking shooting lessons for the first time in their lives as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine raises anxiety that giant neighbor China will make a move similar on Democratic Island.

Elon Musk could cut 10% of jobs at Tesla, he has a ‘super bad feeling’ about the economy

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk intends to cut about 10% of jobs at the company because he has a “super bad feeling” about the economy, he said in an email on Thursday. email to leaders.

China claims to have developed AI-powered defense against hypersonic missiles

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According to reports, Chinese scientists have developed technology that can predict the trajectory of a hypersonic glider missile when it hits the target in what can be called anti-hypersonic technology.

‘Samrat Prithviraj’ review: Akshay Kumar’s film is a tedious ode to an epic character

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Director Chandraprakash Dwivedi attempts to weave in all the heroic tales about King Prithviraj Chauhan and his love affair with Princess Sanyogita in his 133-minute film, but the result is a series of loosely tied sequences that lack consistency.

‘Snow-white’ Alps turning green, study finds after analysis of satellite data

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Since 1984, vegetated areas above the treeline appear to have increased by 77% in the Alps, according to the study. The increase in plant biomass is described by the researchers as an “absolutely massive” change.

Ex-Indian wicketkeeper praises Hardik Pandya after memorable run at IPL 2022

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Hardik rose to the occasion and filled the batting, bowling role as he did extremely well as captain for the first time in the IPL. With the bat, Hardik amassed 487 runs – his best tally in a season – and won eight wickets.

Myanmar junta to carry out country’s first judicial executions in decades

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The four were among the anti-coup activists who were sentenced to death as part of the crackdown process when the military regained power in Myanmar last year.

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