Evergrande seeks to reassure retail investors as key debt deadline loomsChina · 5:05 AM UTC
China Evergrande Group will make it a top priority to help retail investors redeem their investment products sold by the indebted property giant, its chairman said, as uncertainty looms over interest payment due for a dollar bond on Thursday.
Alaska, overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients, adopts crisis standards for hospitals
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U.S. FDA clears Pfizer COVID-19 booster for older and at-risk Americans
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Melbourne braces for anti-lockdown protests as daily cases hit pandemic high
Police in Melbourne prepared for a fourth day of anti-lockdown protests on Thursday and a vaccination hub in the city closed after protesters allegedly abused staff, while COVID-19 cases across the state of Victoria hit a daily record.
UK's Truss urges Iran to return to nuclear deal negotiations in Vienna -UK government spokesman
Sun cable to invest $2.5 bln in Indonesia for solar power project - CEO
Sun cable, an Australian-Singapore energy venture, will invest $2.5 billion in Indonesia as part of a solar power project, its chief executive officer said on Thursday.