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UEFA holds crisis meeting after breakaway Super League launchedUnited Kingdom · 1:11 PM UTC
European soccer's governing body UEFA held a crisis meeting on Monday, hours after 12 of the continent's leading clubs shocked the football world by announcing the formation of a breakaway Super League.
ScienceNASA scores Wright Brothers moment with first helicopter flight on Mars
Finance‘Britcoin’ not bitcoin? UK considers new digital currency
BusinessGameStop loses CEO in latest management shakeup
EuropeHunger-striking Navalny being transferred to hospital
United StatesBoth sides to make closing arguments in Derek Chauvin murder trial
ChinaAUTOSHOW Chip shortage casts shadow over China’s auto industry recovery
Sustainable Business · 12:39 PM UTCTencent pledges $7.7 bln to support China poverty, environment initiatives
Chinese tech giant Tencent (0700.HK) on Monday pledged to invest 50 billion yuan ($7.68 billion) in environmental and social initiatives, a move that comes as China's internet heavyweights come under intense scrutiny from antitrust regulators.
Sustainable BusinessChina to promote debt sustainability in developing nations - vice commerce minister
Sustainable BusinessChina to bring solar and wind power generation to 11% of total electricity use in 2021
EnvironmentPacific Ocean storm intensifies into year's first super typhoon
Strong winds and high waves lashed the eastern Philippines on Monday as the strongest typhoon ever recorded in April barrelled past in the Pacific Ocean, killing one man and triggering flooding in lower-lying communities, disaster officials said.
BusinessUnion files objections to Amazon election results, alleging layoffs were threatened
A labor group that did not secure enough votes from Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) warehouse workers in Alabama to form a union has formally objected to the election results and alleged the online retailer threatened to lay off staff, according to a government filing.