Japan will release more than 1 million tons of contaminated water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear station into the sea, the government said, a move opposed by neighbors including China, which called it "extremely irresponsible."
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Israel made a 'very bad gamble' by sabotaging Iranian nuclear site: Zarif
Iran's top diplomat said on Tuesday that an attack on its Natanz nuclear facility which it blames on Israel was a "very bad gamble" that would strengthen Tehran's hand in talks to revive a 2015 nuclear deal with major powers.
Unrest flares again in Minnesota after fatal police shooting of Black motorist
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (Reuters) -A suburban Minneapolis police officer apparently drew her gun by mistake, instead of her Taser, when she shot a young Black man to death during a traffic stop, a police chief said on Monday, hours before a second night of unrest sparked by the killing.
Shares gain ground as investors await U.S. inflation data
LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters) -Global stocks ticked up on Tuesday as robust China trade data boosted confidence for a rebound in its domestic demand, with market players awaiting U.S. data expected to show a pick-up in inflation.
Drifting apart? European firms battle to reach UK clients
Post-Brexit trade rules mean prosecco supplier Serena Wines 1881 must store bottles destined for Britain on costlier, fumigated pallets in their own corner of its warehouse in the northeast Italian town of Conegliano.
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong jailed for four months for 2019 protest
Joshua Wong, one of Hong Kong’s most prominent democracy activists and among 47 people charged under a national security law, was sentenced to four months in jail on Tuesday for unauthorized assembly and violating an anti-mask law.
Texas oil pipelines face dry months as production languishes
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Nearly half of all oil pipelines from the Permian basin, the biggest U.S. oilfield, are expected to be empty by the end of the year, analysts and executives said.
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