Greenland is attracting superpowers riding a green revolution as they seek to regain control of a strategic metal resource found abundantly on the island. 'Rare earths' help power wind turbines, electric vehicles and combat aircraft - but processing them is difficult and dirty.
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Exclusive: Venezuelan intelligence monitored Citgo executives in U.S. - court testimony
Venezuelan intelligence services monitored six U.S.-based executives of state-owned refiner Citgo Petroleum for a year on U.S. soil to determine their involvement in a deal the government deemed fraudulent, leading to their 2017 arrest in Caracas on corruption charges, according to court testimony.
Wall Street retreats after solid start to March
Wall Street's main indexes dropped on Tuesday after a strong start to March as bond yields pulled back from a one-year high, while investors also looked to cues on progress in the next round of fiscal stimulus.
'Crying and moving': Nigerian schoolgirls recount forced march kidnap ordeal
Gunmen who kidnapped nearly 300 schoolgirls from a boarding school in northwest Nigeria last week beat them and threatened to shoot them during a forced march into captivity, victims said on Tuesday after they were set free.
No evidence U.S. Capitol rioters belong to antifa movement, FBI chief Wray testifies
FBI Director Chris Wray on Tuesday debunked conspiracy theories promoted by right-wing supporters of former President Donald Trump, saying there was no evidence that leftist extremists disguised themselves as Trump supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol.
'Undesirable' - UK holiday parks blacklisted people with Irish surnames
A British chain of holiday parks was until recently using an "undesirable guest list" to stop people with Irish surnames from making bookings, an anti-discrimination watchdog said on Tuesday.
Publication of six Dr. Seuss books to cease due to racist imagery
Six children's books written by Dr. Seuss will no longer be published because they contain racist and insensitive imagery, the company set up to preserve the author's legacy said on Tuesday.
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