In the months that followed his poisoning, Alexei Navalny withdrew to a remote corner of the Black Forest. He used the time to drive himself back to physical fitness and take his war with President Vladimir Putin to a new level: targeting him directly.
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Carbon offsets gird for lift-off as big money gets close to nature
An expected dash by big corporations for offsets to meet their climate targets has prompted financial exchanges to launch carbon futures contracts to capitalise on what could be a multi-billion dollar market.
Supporters of Myanmar military coup rampage in Yangon
Supporters of Myanmar's military, some armed with knives and clubs, others firing catapults and throwing stones, attacked opponents of the Feb. 1 coup on Thursday, as protests against the new junta continued in the country's largest city.
Thousands rally in Armenia after PM warns of coup attempt
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan warned of an attempted military coup against him on Thursday, and thousands took to the streets of the capital to support him after the army demanded he and his government resign.
Coinbase reveals healthy revenue growth, profit in listing application with SEC
Coinbase Global Inc on Thursday disclosed its regulatory filing to go public, revealing surging revenue growth and healthy earnings and setting the stage for a landmark stock market listing for the U.S. cryptocurrency exchange.
From Clubhouse to Twitter Spaces, social media grapples with live audio moderation
The explosive growth of Clubhouse, an audio-based social network buoyed by appearances from tech celebrities like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, has drawn scrutiny over how the app will handle problematic content, from hate speech to harassment and misinformation.
Stocks rise, bond yields too - despite central banker talk-down efforts
World stocks clawed back towards record highs on their third day of gains on Thursday as the dollar dropped to a three-year low, after top Federal Reserve and European Central Bank officials attempted to talk down rising bond market yields.
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