Twitter shareholders to vote Sept. 13 on Musk takeover

The vote of Twitter shareholders on its acquisition by Elon Musk will take place on September 13, before the start of the lawsuit that the social network has brought against the richest man in the world in October. Twitter summoned its shareholders for a “special meetingby videoconference, according to official documents filed Tuesday with the … Read more

sleepless night for a black bear stuck in a car

A bear managed to sneak into a car in the rural state of Montana, but was unable to open the door to get out, remaining stuck in the vehicle all night. The plantigrade got into the blue car “a little after eleven o’clock at night“and stayed there”until seven in the morning“Explained last week Mike Pilati, … Read more

The United States wants to seize the Airbus of a Russian oligarch in Kazakhstan

The American authorities announced Monday August 8 that they wanted to seize in Kazakhstan the Airbus A319 of the Russian oligarch and parliamentarian Andrei Skotch, targeted by American and European sanctions in the wake of Moscow’s outbreak of the war in Ukraine. American justice obtained a “mandate” for the “seizureof this private Airbus A319-100 belonging … Read more

the Republican Party will hold its 2024 convention in the key state of Wisconsin

The Republican Party announced on Friday August 5 that it would hold its 2024 national convention to induct its presidential candidate in the US state of Wisconsin, won by a hair’s breadth by Joe Biden in 2020. Organized every four years a few months before the presidential election, the national conventions are political high masses … Read more

Stock markets down after US unemployment figures

Stock markets fell after the announcement of better than expected employment figures in the United States, this dynamism raising fears that the American central bank will raise its rates further sharply to fight against inflation. Read alsoTokyo Stock Exchange closes at two-month high European stock markets ended in the red, after hovering around equilibrium for … Read more

the United States rejects the “sham elections” that the junta is preparing

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on the international community on Friday August 5 not to support the Burmese junta’s plan to hold elections next year, a “simulacrumelectoral according to him. United States “strongly urge the international community not to condone the regime’s plans to hold sham elections next yearsaid the minister from Phnom … Read more

In New York, a McDonald’s waiter was shot for cold fries

A McDonald’s restaurant worker in New York is on the verge of life and death after being shot and wounded in an altercation with a young man and his mother over cold fries, police and a local newspaper reported on Wednesday. megalopolis. In a city where gunshots are daily, this new drama occurred Monday night … Read more

crude oil inventories rise, contrary to forecasts

U.S. commercial crude oil reserves rose sharply last week, surprising analysts who expected a small reduction, according to figures released Wednesday by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Read alsoVolatile, oil ends up slightly ahead of OPEC+ During the week ended July 29, commercial stocks of black gold rose by 4.5 million barrels to 426.6 … Read more

growth in activity in services accelerated in July

The growth of activity in services in the United States accelerated in July for the first time in four months, according to the barometer of the professional federation ISM, published on Wednesday. Read alsoUSA: vacancies down, sign of a slowdown in the job market SEE ALSO – Joe Biden urges Congress to pass the Cut … Read more

Indonesia and the United States hold a joint military exercise

Thousands of Indonesian and U.S. troops on Monday (August 1) began a two-week joint military exercise that Washington says aims to promote “regional cooperationamid tensions with China. At least 4,000 American and Indonesian soldiers are on site and will be joined by Australian, Singaporean and Japanese forces. Japan is participating for the first time in … Read more