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Ukraine annexation votes to end amid Russian mobilisation exodus

Russian-organized referendums that could lead to annexing 15% of Ukraine's territory were due to end on Tuesday as the Kremlin said it made no decisions on closing its borders as the first mobilisation since World War Two prompted some to flee.


Italy election victors target era of political stability

The right-wing alliance that won Italy's national election will usher in a rare era of political stability to tackle an array of problems besieging the euro zone's third largest economy, one of its senior figures said on Monday.



Biden plan to cancel some U.S. student loan debt will cost $400 bln -CBO

U.S. President Joe Biden's executive actions cancelling some student loan debt will cost about $400 billion, about a quarter of funds owed, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) said on Monday.


Florida scrambles to prepare as Hurricane Ian churns toward coast

Residents across Florida scrambled to place sandbags around their homes and stockpile emergency supplies on Monday, emptying store shelves as Hurricane Ian spun toward the state carrying high winds, torrential rains and a powerful storm surge.



Twitter to interview Elon Musk, known for combative testimony

Billionaire Elon Musk's tendency to dish out insults while being questioned under oath will be tested anew this week, when lawyers for Twitter Inc are expected to interview the Tesla Inc CEO about his abrupt decision in July to ditch his $44 billion deal for the social media company.


Starbucks could face 'just cause' bids at hundreds of unionized U.S. cafes

Starbucks plans to start negotiating its first labor contracts with employees at hundreds of unionized U.S. cafes in October, the coffee chain said on Monday.



New cypher for Britain's King Charles unveiled

The new cypher for Britain's King Charles - the sovereign's monogram that will appear on government buildings and red mail pillar boxes - has been revealed by Buckingham Palace.


Cubans approve gay marriage by large margin in referendum

Cubans approved gay marriage and adoption overwhelmingly in a Sunday referendum backed by the government that also boosted rights for women, the national election commission said on Monday.



Italy beat Hungary for spot in Nations League finals

Italy clinched a place in the Nations League final four with a 2-0 win away to Hungary thanks to goals by Giacomo Raspadori and Federico Dimarco in their last League A-Group 3 game on Monday.


Motor sport-NASCAR great Johnson to retire from full-time competition

Seven-times NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson said on Monday he was retiring from full-time competition but would pursue "bucket list events" after he made the leap to IndyCar this year.




In Syria, mounting cholera cases pose threat across frontlines

A cholera outbreak in Syria that has already claimed two dozen lives poses a danger across the frontlines of the country's 11-year-long civil war.

27 Sep


PAHO discusses COVID-19, monkeypox and pandemics at four-day conference

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) hosts a four-day conference with regional health ministers and other officials, including Argentine President Alberto Fernandez.

27 Sep


Drought is killing Kenya's endangered wildlife

Kenya's worst drought in four decades has killed almost 2% of the world's rarest zebra in three months, and 25 times more elephants than normal over the same period. It is starving Kenya's famed wildlife of normal food sources and driving them into deadly conflict with people as they roam wider, to the edges of towns and villages, in a desperate search for sustenance.

27 Sep 09:00 ET / 09:00 GMT



ANALYSIS-Australia - a land of promise and hurdles for offshore wind developers

Under a new government, Australia is shaping up to be the next big market for offshore wind developers, attracting interest from the likes of Shell, Denmark's Orsted and Norway's Equinor. But hurdles abound for an industry starting from scratch Down Under.

27 Sep


UK TV executives speak at industry conference

The leders of the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and regaultor Ofcom talk at a major indutsry confrence at a time when the government is weighing selling Channel 4 and doubts about the survival of the BBC licence fee weigh.

27 Sep


Colombia mining association to release coal, gold production figures for first half

Colombia's mining association will release production figures for gold, coal and other minerals for the first half of the year and may comment on ongoing debate over a tax reform proposal by the leftist government.

27 Sep


Asian Development Bank (ADB) holds its annual meeting

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) holds its annual meeting from Sept 26-30.

27 Sep


Loonie bulls reel as Bank of Canada trails the Fed on terminal rate bets

As higher borrowing costs slow Canada's outsized housing market, investors are betting that the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates to a lower end-point than the Federal Reserve, which is a move that could spell trouble for the loonie.

27 Sep


Rideshare, retailers brace for tough U.S. independent contractor rule

After weeks of lobbying the White House on how gig workers should be treated, the rideshare, delivery and retail industries are bracing for a new rule that is likely to make it much easier to classify independent contractors as employees, multiple sources say.

27 Sep


Elon Musk to file brief in appeal seeking to end SEC decree over Twitter posts

Elon Musk is expected to file his initial brief with the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals as he seeks to end a 2018 consent decree with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission requiring a Tesla Inc lawyer to vet some of his posts on Twitter.

27 Sep


Sports streamer DAZN agrees to buy rival ELEVEN

Sport video streaming platform DAZN on Tuesday said it had agreed to buy ELEVEN Group's global sports media businesses to bolster its portfolio of rights, including the top soccer leagues in Portugal and Belgium.

27 Sep 00:00 ET / 00:00 GMT


Interview with WTO director-general Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

World Trade Organization to give a heads up on trends in global trade and implementing the agreements struck at the June ministerial.

27 Sep 06:30 ET / 06:30 GMT


Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Evans appears in live interview on CNBC Europe

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans appears in live interview on CNBC Europe, in London, England.

27 Sep 07:30 ET / 07:30 GMT


WTO forum opens in Geneva with Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala due to talk about trends in global trade at the WTO headquarters in Geneva as four-day forum opens.

27 Sep 08:00 ET / 08:00 GMT


Young Russians fleeing mobilization in Russia, seek refuge in Montenegro

Young Russians fleeing mobilization in Russia, end up in Montenegro, hoping for a new life away from war in Ukraine

27 Sep 09:00 ET / 09:00 GMT


Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Evans speaks on economy at OMFIF event

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans speaks on current economic conditions or monetary policy before the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum: "The Future of the U.S. Economy," in London, England.

27 Sep 10:15 ET / 10:15 GMT


Aircraft parts output grounded by worker shortages

Canada's Mitchell Aerospace has a booming business – and a shop-floor shortfall that is reverberating from Boeing to Airbus. The Montreal-based supplier has an order backlog from clients like Raytheon Technologies, as aircraft makers push to ramp up output after a two-year slump, but it can't find enough workers.

27 Sep 11:00 ET / 11:00 GMT



27 Sep 11:00 ET / 11:00 GMT


Mexico-Trade balance

27 Sep 11:00 ET / 11:00 GMT


Federal Reserve Chair Powell discusses digital finance before Banque de France event

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell participates virtually in discussion on "Digital Finance" before the Banque de France Conference on Opportunities and Challenges of the Tokenisation of Finance: Which Role for Central Banks?" conference taking place in Paris, France.

27 Sep 11:30 ET / 11:30 GMT


Ireland aims to ease cost of living squeeze with 'two budgets in one'

Ireland will deliver what ministers have called two budgets in one on Tuesday, making higher than usual spending increases and tax cuts while also helping firms and consumers pay soaring energy bills in what they hope will be a one-off intervention.

27 Sep 12:00 ET / 12:00 GMT


American Airlines, JetBlue face trial in U.S. antitrust case

The U.S. Justice Department and six states are slated to take American Airlines and JetBlue Airways Corp to trial in an antitrust lawsuit seeking to unwind their "Northeast Alliance" partnership. The Justice Department contends the deal, which was announced in June 2020, would lead to higher fares in busy northeastern U.S. airports. The non-jury trial is before U.S. District Judge Leo Sorokin in Boston.

27 Sep 13:00 ET / 13:00 GMT


St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President Bullard speaks on U.S. economy in London

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard speaks on the U.S. economy and monetary policy and participates in panel before the Barclays-CEPR International Monetary Policy Forum, in London, England.

27 Sep 13:55 ET / 13:55 GMT


Treasury Dept. announces sales of 4- and 8-week bills

Treasury Dept. announces sales of 4- and 8-week bills.

27 Sep 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT



Canada's Quebec wrestles with inflation, French ahead of Oct election

Canada's Quebec will hold an October 3 election with incumbent Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) leader Francois Legault favored in polls after a campaign focused on inflation and protecting the province's official language, French.

27 Sep


77th annual U.N. General Assembly high-level debate

World leaders to take part in the 77th annual U.N. General Assembly high-level debate.

27 Sep


Silenced, Britain's civil service fearful for jobs under PM Truss

"Speaking truth unto power" has long been the motto of Britain's civil service, but now many of those government workers charged with offering ministers impartial advice are fearful of their political bosses and are increasingly keeping quiet.

27 Sep


Yet again, U.S. Congress faces looming gov't shutdowns amid funding fight

Congress has until midnight on Friday to pass a bill provding fresh funds to operate government programs with the start of a new fiscal year on Saturday. The temporary spending bill has also become a battleground over Democratic initiatives, including President Joe Biden's request for more Ukraine aid and Senator Joe Manchin's demand for speeding up permitting procedures for future energy projects. A first procedural vote is set for Tuesday.

27 Sep


Gaffe or insight? Deciphering Biden's unguarded answers "Yes," U.S. forces will defend Taiwan if it is invaded by China. Vladimir Putin is a "butcher" who "cannot remain in power." And the COVID pandemic is "over."

27 Sep


Major powers gear up for global plastic treaty negotiations Exclusive story on how countries are negotiating the world's new plastic treaty, hailed as the biggest green deal since the 2015 Paris climate accord.

27 Sep


Annual Labour party conference held in Liverpool

Labour party leader Keir Starmer gives a speech at the annual Labour party conference. The conference takes place in Liverpool from Sunday 25 to Wednesday 28 September

27 Sep


Slovak parliament possible vote on Finland, Sweden joining NATO.

Slovak parliament is due to debate the approval of Finland and Sweden joining NATO. Slovakia is one of the Alliance's last four member countries yet to approve the enlargement, besides Hungary, Portugal and Turkey.

27 Sep


Seeking more details on death of Kenyan lawyer with case at ICC

Seeking more details around the death of Kenyan lawyer charged at the International Criminal Court with bribing witnesses in the collapsed trial of President William Ruto six years ago. Kenyan media reported on Tuesday Paul Gicheru was found dead in his house in Nairobi.

27 Sep


Japan holds state funeral for slain ex-Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

The Japanese government holds a state funeral for former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was gunned down during a pre-election campaign speech in July, at the Nippon Budokan, an arena originally built for the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games that has since been a popular venue for sports events and concerts as well as the site for a memorial service for World War Two dead held every year on Aug. 15. Family and friends of Abe already held a private funeral for him on July 12.

27 Sep 05:00 ET / 05:00 GMT


How the Biden administration could stymie independent contracting

The U.S. Department of Labor is expected to soon unveil a proposed rule that would make it more difficult for companies to treat workers as independent contractors, potentially upending the gig economy and other major industries that rely heavily on contract labor.

27 Sep 06:00 ET / 06:00 GMT


WIDER IMAGE-Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt

The sea ice is everything to the people who live in Nain. The tiny town on the Newfoundland and Labrador coast is on the frontline of climate change. As the sea ice melts, the Inuit are racing to adapt.

27 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


U.S. state legislative races carry high stakes for abortion access

In November's midterm elections, legislative races across half a dozen states - including Maine, North Carolina and Wisconsin - could determine whether millions of Americans see abortion access expanded or restricted.

27 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


FACTBOX-A look at the most competitve U.S. Senate races

A factbox detailing the competitive races that will determine control of the U.S. Senate.

27 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Cops on Brazil campaign trail call for backup as political violence looms

Brazil has seen a series of red alerts about political violence in the run-up to an Oct. 2 presidential election, Brazil's most fraught since the end of military rule in 1985.

27 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


National Bank of Hungary holds rate meeting, expected to hike main rate by 100 bps to 12.75%

National Bank of Hungary holds rate meeting, expected to hike main rate by 100 bps to 12.75% according to Reuters poll. Central bank will also assess the option of end ing its long rate hike cycle, with "all options on the table", its deputy governor has said.

27 Sep 12:00 ET / 12:00 GMT



Lithuanian parliament votes on removing leadership of the national football body, despite FIFA warning

Lithuanian parliament is scheduled to vote on first reading of a law which would remove the leadership of the national football body and audit its finances, despite a warning from international football bodies that this would violate independence of the body and could lead to suspension of the federation international memberships and removal of Lithuanian clubs and its national team from the international competitions

27 Sep



Oath Keepers militia members leader face trial for seditious conspiracy over 2021 U.S. Capitol attack Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and some of his group's associates go to trial, in historic effort by Justice Department to prosecute them for seditious conspiracy charges after they stormed U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Jury selection begins on Tuesday

27 Sep



Florida braces for Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian is expected this week to clobber Florida, where residents were preparing for damaging winds and torrential downpours.

27 Sep



Dior Spring-Summer 2023 collection at Paris Fashion Week

Dior creative director Maria Grazia-Chiuri unveils the label's Spring-Summer 2023 collection at Paris Fashion Week

27 Sep 12:30 ET / 12:30 GMT

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