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August 21, 2021 WASHINGTON DC IYOUR SUMMER a few long months for the emerging world. Punitive temperatures – July was the hottest month on record in the world, according to recent analysis – stoked fires on Turkey’s Mediterranean shores and scorched Russia’s wheat fields. Covid-19 is raging in countries with low vaccination rates. Only 24% …

Republican US Senate candidate Kelvin King, his wife Janelle King and political director Riley Geary visited Ye Olde Red Door Antiques on East Lafayette Square on Sunday. A handful of people gathered to hear Kelvin speak and ask him questions. The visit was part of King’s “Uncancel America” ​​tour, in which he plans to visit …

Amid an increase in COVID-19, cases of local government agencies such as city council and the county commissioners court will be required to hold in-person meetings following Governor Greg Abbott’s cancellation of suspended rules for the Texas Open Meetings Act. Meetings hosted by the city and county have been held virtually since last March, when …

Amid an active COVID-19 outbreak in British Columbia’s central Okanagan region, the provincial government has now put in place more restrictive rules to prevent further spread of the virus. “This is not where we wanted to be, of course, right now,” Dr. Bonnie Henry, BC provincial health worker, said at a press conference on Friday. …

SOFIA, Aug.6 (Reuters) – Bulgaria’s largest political group, the anti-elite There Is a Such a People (ITN), on Friday proposed a minority government to rule the Balkan country, although doubts remain about its membership in parliament. for his approval. The ITN narrowly won the July 11 elections, fueled by public anger over widespread corruption in …

TRIPOLI, Lebanon – Rania Mustafa’s living room recalls a not-so-distant past, when a modest salary for a security guard in Lebanon paid for an air conditioner, lavish furniture and a flat-screen TV. But as the country’s economic crisis deepened, she lost her job and saw her savings evaporate. Now she plans to sell her furniture …

Sooner or later AI-economist machines will replace human economists in many areas. Unsupervised or reinforcement learning algorithms that can brutally force the infinite set of relationships and variables will revolutionize economics. AI bias in economic policy making can be reduced but will be inevitable. A practical approach could be to use AI with transparency on …

Updates on the economic impact of the coronavirus Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about news about the economic impact of the coronavirus. On Friday, business groups, food industry executives and agricultural executives expressed skepticism about the UK government’s plans to allow some essential workers to avoid self-isolation, warning …

July 24, 2021 IF YOU HAVE Rode one of China’s crowded and rickety green trains in 1989, bouncing in a hard-seat car, you might have noticed Yang Huaiding sitting nearby. Or maybe not. He had been careful not to stand out, wearing drab clothes and a faded faux leather duffel bag. The black-rimmed glasses, disheveled …

Flags of the European Union fly in front of the headquarters of the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium, July 14, 2021. REUTERS / Yves Herman / File Photo BRUSSELS, July 20 (Reuters) – The European Commission on Tuesday listed serious concerns about the rule of law in Poland and Hungary in a report that could …