General Motors say it is further extending production cuts at three North American plants and adding a fourth to the list of factories hit by the global semiconductor chip shortage.
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Myanmar security forces kill 18 anti-coup protesters despite calls for restraint: rights group
Myanmar security forces opened fire on protests against military rule on Wednesday, killing at least 18 people, a human rights group said, a day after neighbouring countries called for restraint and offered to help Myanmar resolve the crisis.
Kremlin shrugs off impact of U.S./EU sanctions, but pledges retaliation
The Kremlin on Wednesday played down the impact of sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union over Moscow's treatment of opposition politician Alexei Navalny, but said it would retaliate with reciprocal measures.
Islamic State says it killed female media workers in east Afghanistan
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for an attack that killed three female media workers in eastern Afghanistan.
Google won't use other web tracking tools after phasing out cookies
Alphabet Inc's Google will not build or use alternate tools to track web browsing traffic once it begins phasing out existing technology from its Chrome browser next year, it said in a blog post on Wednesday, in a move that will reshape how online advertising works.
UK's Sunak extends COVID rescue plan but moves to bring in more tax
Finance minister Rishi Sunak extended costly emergency programmes to see Britain's economy through the COVID-19 crisis but announced a future tax squeeze on businesses and individuals as he began to focus on the huge hole in the public finances.
As U.S. interview nears, Meghan and Harry won't tango with UK tabloids
Britain's Prince Harry and American wife Meghan decided long ago they would not play the traditional royal media "game", and on Sunday they depart from the norms of engagement again with an in-depth interview with U.S. chat show host Oprah Winfrey.
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