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As war began, Putin rejected a Ukraine peace deal recommended by his aide: sources

PARIS, (Reuters) - Vladimir Putin's chief envoy on Ukraine told the Russian leader as the war began that he had struck a provisional deal with Kyiv that would satisfy Russia's demand that Ukraine stay out of NATO, but Putin rejected it and pressed ahead with his military campaign, according to three people close to the Russian leadership.


U.S. weighs China sanctions to deter Taiwan action, Taiwan presses EU

TAIPEI/FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - The United States is considering options for a sanctions package against China to deter it from invading Taiwan, with the European Union coming under diplomatic pressure from Taipei to do the same, according to sources familiar with the discussions.



Tight race in New Hampshire for Republican U.S. Senate nomination

WASHINGTON, Sept 14 (Reuters) - A far-right candidate and a longtime state legislator were locked in a tight battle in New Hampshire in the Republican primary contest to face incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan as the midterm primary season came to a close.


Biden to promote shift to EVs in visit to Detroit auto show

DETROIT, (Reuters) - President Joe Biden plans to take a victory lap on Wednesday at the Detroit auto show, highlighting automakers' increasing shift to electric vehicles and billions of dollars in new investments in battery plants.



EU to propose crisis measures to tackle energy price spike

BRUSSELS, (Reuters) - The European Union will propose measures to cap revenues from low-cost electricity generators and force fossil fuel firms to share the profits they make from soaring energy prices, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday.


U.S. railways to halt grain shipments ahead of potential shutdown -agriculture sources

CHICAGO, (Reuters) - Some U.S. railroads will start halting crop shipments on Thursday, a day ahead of a potential work stoppage, an agricultural association and sources at two grain cooperatives said on Tuesday, threatening exports and feed deliveries for livestock.



For 'Women Talking' at the Toronto film festival, an urgency to listen

TORONTO, (Reuters) - Years out from her most recent film, director and screenwriter Sarah Polley says she felt an urgency to bring a story of rape and rebuilding to the big screen.


Emmys telecast audience slumps to all-time low

LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) - This year's U.S. television viewership for the annual star-studded Emmy awards ceremony fell roughly 24% to 5.9 million people compared to 2021, broadcaster NBC said on Tuesday, making it an all-time low according to the industry trade publication "Variety."



Britain's Murray not expecting to play in Davis Cup

Andy Murray said he feels really good physically but does not expect to play in Britain's Davis Cup Finals campaign amid stiff competition in the squad.


Arsenal's league game against Man City postponed to accommodate PSV tie

Arsenal's league fixture against Manchester City in October has been postponed in order to allow for the Europa League game between the London club and PSV Eindhoven to be played, UEFA and the Premier League said on Wednesday.





Ghana stats office will release consumer price inflation data for Aug. Inflation accelerated to 31.7% in July prompting the central bank to hike its prime interest rate in August by 300 basis points to 22%.

14 Sep - 21 Sep 06:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Bummer of a summer for a Fed still hung up on inflation

Federal Reserve officials adjourned their July 26-27 policy meeting with an unusually long eight-week break before their next gathering, sending a heavier-than-normal amount of U.S. data about inflation, jobs, and the economy to their in-boxes.

14 Sep 06:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


The U.S. oil executive making a big bet on combating climate change

The chief executive of a small U.S. oil company has jumped to the forefront of the energy industry's greenhouse gas reduction efforts, recruiting big-name firms to his vision of striking it big by selling access to carbon storage developments.

14 Sep 06:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Danish prime minister holds press briefing on measures to counter high energy prices

14 Sep 07:00 ET / 11:00 GMT


Statistics Canada updates crop production estimates

Statistics Canada releases updated estimates of the size of Canada's wheat, canola and other crops.

14 Sep 08:30 ET / 12:30 GMT


IIF to publish its Global Debt Monitor

The Institute of International Finance will publish its Global Debt Monitor with the backdrop of depressed government bond issuance, rising rates at the Federal Reserve and widening sovereign spreads in Emerging Markets. Debt levels have risen in four consecutive quarters.

14 Sep 11:00 ET / 15:00 GMT


AAR issues weekly traffic of major railroads

Association of American Railroads issues its weekly traffic of major railroads data.

14 Sep 12:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


Isolated New England could face issues with fuel components in event of rail strike

The Northeast and New England states may face shortages of critical fuel blending components in the event of a rail strike, which would limit supplies of fuels like diesel and gasoline, due to its poor connectivity with the rest of the United States.

14 Sep 13:00 ET / 17:00 GMT


August CPI data due for release

Argentina due to release August consumer inflation data

14 Sep 14:30 ET / 18:30 GMT


Argentinian government releases 2023 draft budget

15 Sep


Putin and Xi meet in Uzbekistan

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping hold talks on the sidelines of a summit of leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

15 Sep


Sudanese move to Egypt as economy crumbles

Scores of Sudanese are seeking work and a better quality of life in Egypt, as businesses at home say they are forced to stop operations and workers in several public sectors go on strike. Almost a year after a military coup, hopes for an economic renaissance have been dashed.

15 Sep


Buenos Aires Grains Exchange publishes weekly crop forecast report

15 Sep



A preview for Trump ally Barrack's upcoming trial on foreign agent charges

A preview of the upcoming trial of Tom Barrack, a private equity executive and top Trump ally and fundraiser, on charges of acting as an unregistered agent of the United Arab Emirates.

14 Sep 06:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Exodus of moderate U.S. lawmakers sets the stage for an even more polarized House

Get ready for an exodus of U.S. moderate lawmakers The most politically moderate representatives in the House of Representatives are leaving in 2022 at more than twice the rate of their more partisan colleagues, according to a new Reuters analysis, potentially deepening the polarization that has already made bipartisan lawmaking a rare occurrence in the nation’s capital. The exodus is contributing to the highest rate of attrition for incumbent House members in three decades, the analysis shows, following a once-a-decade redistricting process that eliminated many of the country’s dwindling number of competitive districts.

14 Sep 06:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


WHO press conference on Monkeypox, COVID-19 and Ukraine

World Health Organization director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and other experts brief media on Monkeypox outbreak, COVID-19 pandemic and situation in Ukraine.

14 Sep 06:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Weekly Austrian cabinet meeting

Ministers hold a news conference after Austria's weekly cabinet meeting.

14 Sep 06:15 ET / 10:15 GMT


Social media firms testify at U.S. Senate Homeland Security hearing

U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee conducts hearing with Facebook parent Meta Platforms, Alphabet's YouTube, Twitter and short video app TikTok on social media's impact on homeland security.

14 Sep 10:00 ET / 14:00 GMT


Turkey's Erdogan makes a speech at an opening ceremony

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will speak at an opening ceremony for 105 new sports ministry dormitories (1430 GMT).

14 Sep 10:30 ET / 14:30 GMT


U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to hold news conference

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to hold news conference ahead of the annual gathering of world leaders for the U.N. General Assembly, which starts Sept. 20.

14 Sep 11:00 ET / 15:00 GMT


ICI reports weekly fund flows

The Investment Company Institute reports weekly flows into mutual funds and exchange-traded funds.

14 Sep 12:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


U.S. House Speaker Pelosi holds news conference

U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi conducts press conference.

14 Sep 12:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


U.S. SEC chair Gary Gensler to appear before the Senate Banking Committee

U.S. SEC chair Gary Gensler to appear before the Senate Banking Committee.

15 Sep 20:00 ET / 00:00 GMT


Philippines' foreign ministry briefs lawmakers on the South China Sea

Philippines' foreign ministry briefs lawmakers on matters concerning the South China Sea.

15 Sep 21:30 ET / 01:30 GMT


UN prevention of torture committee ends visit to Turkey

The United Nations' Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture ends its visit to Turkey, after assessing how authorities have implemented its previous recommendations and presenting its confidential preliminary observations to the government.

15 Sep


Angola President Lourenco to be sworn in for second term

Angola's President Joao Lourenco will on Thursday be sworn in for a second five-year term after the ruling MPLA party, in power for nearly five decades since independence from Portugal, was declared the winner of the Aug. 24 national election. The main opposition party UNITA, led by Adalberto Costa Junior, has rejected the results.

15 Sep


Biden hosts summit on countering hate crimes

U.S. President Joe Biden hosts "United We Stand Summit" Biden on countering hate-fueled violence.

15 Sep


Israeli election campaign kicks off

Israeli parties submitted their final list of candidates on Thursday for the country's fifth election in less than four years, which polls show is unlikely to break deadlock between ex-premier Benjamin Netanyahu and his bitter rivals.

15 Sep


U.S. Justice Dept wants judge to rule on documents review by Thursday

The U.S. Justice Department has asked a federal judge to decide by Thursday on whether to allow investigators to continue reviewing classified records seized from former President Donald Trump's home in its criminal probe. They have signaled that if she rejects their request, they plan to file an appeal.

15 Sep



Court appearance scheduled for Salman Rushdie attack suspect

Court appearance scheduled for Hadi Matar, accused of stabbing novelist Salman Rushdie last month in western New York.

14 Sep 13:30 ET / 17:30 GMT



Philippines' lower house of congress to hear the defense department's 2023 budget

The Philippines' House of Representatives holds hearing on the Department of National Defense's 2023 budget.

15 Sep 21:00 ET / 01:00 GMT


INSIGHT - The man embroiled in Russia and Ukraine’s propaganda war over a nuclear plant

How one man became caught up in a high-stakes propaganda battle between Ukraine and Russia over the fate of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest and a hotspot of the six-month conflict.

15 Sep



Traffic, water shortages and floods: the slow death of India's tech hub

Once a genteel city of gardens, lakes and pleasant weather, Bengaluru rapidly became India's answer to Silicon Valley, attracting millions of workers and the regional headquarters of some of the world's biggest IT companies over the last 30 years. But the untrammelled expansion has come at a price, and much of Yemalur village stood under waist-deep water last week after the city's heaviest rains in decades.

15 Sep

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