Europe was racing on Tuesday to investigate possible sabotage behind sudden and unexplained leaks in two Russian gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea, infrastructure at the heart of an energy crisis since Russia invaded Ukraine.
- MarketsDollar pauses for breath as fragile pound edges up
The dollar took a pause on Tuesday in what has been a relentless climb higher as under-fire sterling as well as the euro and Japanese yen recovered some ground from multi-year lows, but medium-term fundamentals were still in the greenback's favour.
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- LegalFounder of Oath Keepers militia goes on trial over U.S. Capitol attack
The trial of Stewart Rhodes, the founder of the far-right Oath Keepers militia, and four others begins on Tuesday in what will be the most high-profile case so far in the Jan. 6, 2021 attack.
The mission was a test of the first planetary defense system, designed to prevent a doomsday meteorite collision with Earth
- Hurricane Ian rips into western Cuba, with Florida in its sights, article with galleryAmericas ·
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Hurricane Ian slammed into western Cuba on Tuesday, forcing evacuations, cutting power to hundreds of thousands of people and swamping fishing villages as it tracked northward toward Florida, where residents anxiously await the sprawling storm.