Pope Francis landed in Baghdad for his most risky foreign trip since his election in 2012, saying he felt duty-bound to make the "emblematic" visit because Iraq had suffered so much for so long.
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Texas grid operator made $16 billion price error during winter storm, watchdog says
Texas' power grid operator Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) made a $16 billion pricing error in the week of the winter storm that led to power outages across the state, Potomac Economics, which monitors the state's power market, said.
After record COVID-19 deaths, Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to stop 'whining'
(This March 4 story corrects seventh paragraph to state Health Ministry is negotiating with Moderna for 2022 vaccine delivery, not 2020)
Indian farmers plan major road blockade outside Delhi to mark 100th day of protests
Indian farmers who have been protesting for months against deregulation of produce markets plan to block a major expressway outside New Delhi on Saturday, the 100th day of their campaign, they said.
Blockchain firm Ripple sees no fallout in Asia Pacific from SEC lawsuit
Blockchain payments firm Ripple has not experienced any fallout in its Asia Pacific business after being sued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the company's chief executive officer said on Friday.
Bollywood, streaming giants on edge as Amazon gets flak for hurting religious beliefs in India
Controversy in India over Amazon's political drama "Tandav" has put Bollywood and global video streaming giants on edge, prompting a closer scrutiny of scripts for possible offence to religious sentiments in a key growth market.
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