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Flights grounded and passengers warned of delays amid global IT outage

A slew of airlines said operations would be impacted on one of the busiest flight days of the year.

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Communist Party of China sends Vietnam condolences on death of leader Nguyen Phu Trong

The Communist Party of Vietnam general secretary, who maintained the friendship between the two nations and parties, died at 80 due to serious illness, Vietnam says.

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Xiaomi launches first flip phone at just over $800, with a $70 portable printer

The Mix Flip starts at 5,999 yuan ($825), the Chinese company announced.

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Why Japan’s role in Philippines’ defence is nearly as big as the US’

Japan’s latest defence white paper has added clarity to Tokyo’s long-term security outlook and solidity to ties with the Philippines.

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ExxonMobil to sell Malaysia oil and gas assets to Petronas, sources say

The US major, which last year marked its 130th year in Malaysia, has been trying to sell its ageing upstream assets in the country since 2020.

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Bangladesh students defy ban to continue protests

Protesters and police continue to clash following the deadliest day since the demonstrations began.

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Vietnam Communist Party chief Trong, 80, dies of ‘old age, serious illness’

Vietnam’s President To Lam took over Trong’s duties on Thursday when the party announced ageing leader needed to focus on medical treatment.

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Vietnamese leader Nguyen Phu Trong dies at 80

One of Vietnam's most powerful leaders, he oversaw the economy's supercharged growth.

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Singapore orders social media sites to block accounts linked to exiled Chinese businessman

The five social media giants were ordered to restrict 95 user accounts, in the first such use of Singapore’s foreign interference law.

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Mass IT outage affects airlines, hospitals, media and banks

Cyber-security firm Crowdstrike said its update had caused the problem on computers running Windows.

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Three die in fresh Bangladesh student protests amid telecoms disruptions: ‘it’s a war’

The nationwide protests are the biggest since Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was re-elected this year.

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Chinese investment won’t cure the cancer plaguing Malaysia’s economy

Malaysia’s woes stem from corruption and weak governance, linked to race-based privileges. Outsiders are not in a position to remedy this.

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Malaysian authorities denounce child-free trend as unacceptable and dangerous

The religious affairs minister said it goes against Islamic teachings while the National Security Council said it could cause ‘crisis’.

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Who is Usha Vance? Indian-American wife of Trump’s running mate evokes pride in India

Usha Chilukuri Vance resigned from her law firm after her husband J.D. Vance announced his election campaign.

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Asia-Pacific markets track Wall Street slide on tech sell-off; Japan headline inflation holds steady

Japan's headline inflation was unchanged from May at 2.8%, while core inflation, which strips out prices of fresh food, accelerated to 2.6%, from 2.5% in May.

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Oil tankers collision off Singapore Strait spotlight perils of dark fleet ships

The incident raises questions over the risks to maritime traffic, the environment and human lives in one of the world’s busiest waterways.

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Japan rolls out red carpet for tourists with fast-track immigration system

The Japanese government will introduce a new pre-clearance system from January, starting with tourists from Taiwan.

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Ukraine risks North and South Korea-like division, says former Singapore diplomat

Russia's war on Ukraine could end with the latter being divided into two — like North and South Korea, says Singapore's former ambassador to Russia, Bilarhari Kausikan.

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US policeman who joked about India woman's death fired

Officer Daniel Auderer's body cam recorded him saying Jaahnavi Kandula's life had "limited value".

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Global airline traffic forecast to double in 20 years led by Asia, Middle East

Growth in the Asia-Pacific will be propelled by India, China, Thailand and Vietnam, the International Air Transport Association says.

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Chinese team on tracking US warships, abandoned cats in Hong Kong: 7 highlights

From tracking US warships to pet smuggling, here are a few highlights from SCMP’s recent reporting.

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Kim backs Putin’s ‘sacred war’ as North Korea-Russia ties deepen, border tensions flare

With North Korea’s Moscow ties growing, Kim Jong-un assures a visiting Russian military delegation of Pyongyang’s unwavering support.

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France and Philippines elevate defence ties with historic air force mission first

The Philippines’ inclusion in the French air force’s annual Pegase 24 mission highlights the importance of Indo-Pacific security to Paris.

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South Korea makes N Korean defector vice minister

Tae Yong Ho was Pyongyang's deputy ambassador to the UK before he fled to South Korea in 2016.

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China's cooking oil scandal prompts residents to buy oil presses amid food safety concerns

A food safety controversy over cooking oil has sparked widespread anger among the public — and locals are taking it into their own hands to procure supplies.

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China should look back in history when it comes to chastising Japan, others about aggression

Beijing’s support for communist insurgencies across Southeast Asia was also a major source of aggression.

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15 Chinese tourists hurt in dual bus crashes on treacherous New Zealand road

The two buses slid and overturned amid freezing temperatures and black ice on a stretch of South Island highway popular with tourists.

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MH17 10 years on: Malaysian aspires to follow pilot-father’s career in tribute to crew

Dutch PM Dick Schoof has promised to press ahead with investigations into the tragedy at a memorial service held in the Netherlands.

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Japanese scientists graft living skin onto robot faces to make them ‘smile’

Japanese scientists devise a way to attach living skin tissue to robotic faces to make them ‘smile’.

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Democracy’s supporters would do well to accept it for what it is

Public trust is shaken. Those who still believe in democracy as a viable form of government must be realistic about its limitations.

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China calls for bolstering tech 'breakthroughs' and achieving the full-year growth target

China's top leaders met from Monday to Thursday in Beijing for a highly anticipated policy meeting called the Third Plenum.

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Alarm bells ring in Japan as experts warn of fast-spreading new Covid variant KP. 3

The country reported a 39 per cent week-on-week surge in infections from July 1 to 7, with Okinawa the hardest hit.

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Chip stocks drop on fears US to toughen China rules

The sell-off came after a report that the US may further tighten rules on equipment exports to China.

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Asia preparing for unpredictable Trump and Vance to win US election, experts say

Having learned from Trump’s shock win in 2016 and his subsequent unpredictability, Asian governments are already laying the groundwork for a scenario where he wins.

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CNBC's Inside India newsletter: How will India spend its billions?

There are high expectations for a "populist" budget since the recent general election results delivered a slimmer than expected win for Modi.

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North Korea launches more trash-filled balloons toward South Korea: Seoul military

In late May, North Korea floated numerous balloons carrying waste toward South Korea, in response to activists sending political leaflets to the North via their own balloons.

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Thousands of rare bird eggs seized in Australia

A collection of 3,404 rare eggs have been seized in Granton, Tasmania, after a European operation into the illegal bird trade.

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Philippines to develop airport on South China Sea island, amid Beijing tensions

The plan shows the Philippines’ resolve to keep its presence in contested waters, as China also pushes its claims that have been dashed by a 2016 arbitral ruling.

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Indian passenger train derails, killing 2 people, inuring 24 others

Several coaches of a passenger train derailed in India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.

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Bangladesh student protests turn deadly as demonstrators bring nation to standstill

Protests against a civil service job quota system have spread across the country, with at least 32 people killed.

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'No-one can change fate': India preacher on deadly crush

More than 120 people died in the crush which occurred at an event led by the self-styled godman.

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Vietnam’s President Lam takes over party chief duties as Trong focuses on health

President To Lam has taken over the duties of Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong who is focusing on an unspecified health treatment

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Does Singapore need to review art approval? Samsui mural, Raffles statue spark debate

Singapore authorities should step up art education and consultation with relevant stakeholders for creative works, observers say.

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Japanese pupils treated in hospital after eating super spicy R18 curry potato chips

14 pupils in Japan are sent to hospital after eating super spicy chips potato chips that come with a health warning.

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TSMC second-quarter profit beats expectations as AI chip boom continues

TSMC on Thursday beat revenue and profit expectations in the second quarter, as demand for advanced chips used in AI applications continue to surge.

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North Korea to launch major tourist site, despite not allowing foreigners into the country

North Korea has been slowly easing its harsh pandemic-era curbs, but still hasn’t reopened its borders to foreign tourists, except for a few Russians who visited earlier this year.

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U.S.-China tensions are not a 'new Cold War,' veteran Singapore diplomat Bilahari Kausikan says

The term is "misleading" and only bears "superficial similarities to the U.S.-Soviet competition of [an] earlier era," he says.

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Socialist AI: Chinese regulators are reviewing GenAI models for 'core socialist values,' FT reports

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South Korea opposition aims to stop military’s Taiwan entanglement

Lawmaker Kim Joon-hyung says the opposition will introduce a bill to prevent South Korea from partnering with the US over Taiwan.

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Asia-Pacific markets mostly tumble as chip stocks fall; Nasdaq records its worst day since 2022

Japan's trade balance reversed from 1.2 trillion yen deficit in May, or $7.7 billion, to a 224 billion yen surplus.

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Backlash against job quotas for locals in India's IT hub

The Karnataka cabinet recently approved a bill that mandated quotas for locals in private sector jobs.

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Malaysia stocks ride high as AI building boom fuels longest rally in 13 years

Southeast Asia’s top performing equities market of 2024 has defied the odds to capitalise on a wave of investment in data centres.

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South China Sea: US-Philippines intelligence deal ‘long overdue’, marks deepening ties

Observers say the move is expected to raise Beijing’s ire, but is a logical next step for the Philippines amid the maritime row.

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Asia chip stocks tumble amid news the U.S. may consider trade curbs

Chip stocks in Asia tumbled on Thursday following a tech selloff on Wall Street amid reports the U.S. may be considering tighter export restrictions.

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Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad in hospital for cough after London trip

It is the second time the 99-year-old former prime minister has been hospitalised this year.

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North Korean official drowns in Russian swimming pond

The man who died while swimming in a pond northwest of Moscow is believed to be the leader of a military training contingent visiting Russia.

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Malaysia’s racial rift: Penang art festival sparks outcry over low Malay representation

Critics contend the promotional video for a cultural festival leaves out Malays – reflecting wider, long-standing tensions in Malaysia.

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Near-extinct crocodiles make comeback in Cambodia

The hatching of 60 eggs is a record for the endangered species in this century.

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‘Tone-deaf’: Indonesia’s largest Islamic group apologises after members meet Israel leader

A photo showing five members of Nahdlatul Ulama meeting with Israeli President Isaac Herzog sparked widespread outrage on social media.

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IMF raises India's economic outlook, says global growth will remain lackluster

While the IMF takes a bullish stance toward China and India's economic outlook, the U.S. could see a slowdown in growth momentum.

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A new Raffles hotel opened in India's 'Pink City.’ Here's what it looks like inside

Raffles Jaipur is a 50-room luxury hotel in the heart of Rajasthan's capital city.

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Watch: Huge fire engulfs 14-storey shopping centre in China

At least 16 people have died in the mishap at the 14-storey building.

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Japan, US near deal to jointly develop high-power anti-drone microwave weapons

Tokyo is keen to develop countermeasures to ward off possible drones attacks involving Chinese forces in areas off southern Japan, analysts say.

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Cycling sisters defy the Taliban to achieve Olympic dream

Despite the group's ban on women in sport, Yulduz and Fariba will compete under the flag of Afghanistan.

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Dying for sport: Abuse claims rock Australian greyhound racing

A whistleblower vet alleges some dogs are being over-raced and euthanised without cause.

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Families mark 10 years of pain since MH17 flight disaster

Relatives of the 298 victims on board the plane join memorial services to mark the anniversary.

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Cyanide found in blood of Bangkok hotel victims

Police suspect that one of the dead was behind the poisoning and was driven by crushing debt.

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The push for sustainable palm oil isn’t going far enough

Smallholders in Southeast Asia are too often left out of sustainable oil palm initiatives due to unaffordable costs and a lack of technical support.

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Reformati? Malaysian speaker’s ruling sparks protest and fears of renewed politics chaos

Analysts warn the decision to allow party defectors to keep their seats could lead to a return of the country’s past turmoil.

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South China Sea: hotlines exist, but Philippines says Beijing ‘does not answer’

Sources say there is communication only during search and rescue operations, despite Marcos Jnr’s request last year for a new hotline.

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India to speed up visa process for Chinese technicians to tame production backlog: sources

The technicians are needed to operate Chinese-made machinery installed in Indian hi-tech manufacturing units in industries ranging from telecoms to steel products and solar panels.

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MH17 10 years on: Russia’s lies ‘murdered’ victims twice, Ukraine foreign minister says

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says Russia is abusing the MH17 grief through its “blatant, systemic, and shameless lies”.

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Singapore law firms expand to China as global peers retreat from the mainland

The moves from Singapore’s two largest law firms contrast with some foreign companies shrinking their presence in mainland China and Hong Kong amid a dearth of deals and increased regulatory oversight from Beijing.

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Asia-Pacific markets mixed with Australia hitting fresh all-time high; yen intervention suspected

Japan's Nikkei 225 climbed after the Reuters Tankan survey showed an increase in business optimism among large Japanese manufacturers.

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Ex-US intelligence official accused of spying for South Korea in return for luxury bribes

Sue Mi Terry’s lawyer says the allegations are unfounded and distort the work of an analyst known for her years of service to the US.

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1MDB scandal: Singapore refuses to give up pursuit of Jho Low, unfazed by US deal

A deal with the US Justice Department to settle civil actions against Low ‘has no bearing’ on Singapore’s investigation, police say.

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HSBC appoints Georges Elhedery as group CEO starting Sept. 2

Elhedery, who is the current chief financial officer, will replace outgoing head Noel Quinn in September.

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Philippines hotel killings: suspect surrenders in grisly murders of Australians, Filipino

A disgruntled ex-employee of the Lake Hotel in Tagaytay confessed to the killings, which he said were done in retaliation for being fired.

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Indonesia’s Widodo delays move to new capital, amid Prabowo’s potential shift on Nusantara

President Joko Widodo’s decision to delay relocating Indonesia’s capital casts doubts on the project that is behind schedule, struggling to find investment, and backing from president-election Prabowo Subianto.

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After ‘don’t miss Trump next time’ quip, Jack Black’s band cancels Australia tour

The Kung Fu Panda actor said he was ‘blindsided’ by Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass’ remarks making light of the assassination attempt.

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As China’s sway over Pacific islands grows, will Japan counter by coming to Palau’s aid?

Analysts think Tokyo will answer the island nation’s appeal for help monitoring Chinese vessels, as it has done so with others in the region.

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Deadly unrest over job quotas grips Bangladesh

Protesters demand a merit-based system for high-paying government jobs to replace the current quota allocations.

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'World's rarest whale' washes up on NZ beach

Experts believe they have identified the animal but could wait weeks for DNA results to come back.

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Asia-Pacific markets mixed after Fed Chair Powell's rate cut comments lift Wall Street

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank will not wait until inflation hits 2% to cut interest rates.

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CNBC's Inside India newsletter: Modi in Moscow. What’s new?

The meeting is likely to have set tempers to boiling point in Washington, D.C., where the NATO military alliance was convening at the same time.

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Powell indicates Fed won't wait until inflation is down to 2% before cutting rates

Monday was Powell's first public speaking appearance since the consumer price index report for June showed cooling inflation.

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Asia markets mostly slip as investors assess China GDP miss and assassination attempt on Trump

China's economy grew 4.7% in the second quarter, missing expectations of a 5.1% expansion forecast by Reuters and lower than the 5.3% seen in the first quarter.

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Japan data suggests possible yen intervention of around $22 billion

Markets analysts speculated that policymakers had used the opportunity of the U.S. inflation data to enter the market.

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Ambani's wedding kicks off in India this weekend. Here's who will be at the star-studded event

Mukesh Ambani's youngest son is set to tie the knot this weekend after months-long wedding celebrations. Here's what you need to know.

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Japan's Nikkei falls over 2% as Asia-Pacific markets trade mixed; Australia hits new closing high

Early Friday, the yen suddenly strengthened against the dollar after the U.S. inflation data release, stoking speculation about a possible intervention.

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CNBC Daily Open: S&P retreats, yen surges, Tesla sinks

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite retreated from record highs as investors pivoted away from Big Tech, like Nvidia and Meta Platforms.

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Global population to peak within this century as birth rates fall, United Nations report says

The world population is on course to peak earlier than expected this century and at a lower level, the United Nations forecasts.

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CNBC Daily Open: S&P retreats, yen surges, Tesla sinks

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite retreated from record highs as investors pivoted away from Big Tech, like Nvidia and Meta Platforms.

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Delta says the Olympics will cost it $100 million as travelers skip Paris

Delta says travelers are opting for other destinations or booking outside of the dates of the Olympic Games.

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Japan's yen surges after U.S. inflation data as traders monitor possible intervention

The dollar lost around 2% against the Japanese yen on Thursday as the market was suddenly jolted by fresh inflation U.S. data.

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CNBC Daily Open: A true bull market — it's not Wall Street

S&P 500 closes above 5,600 for the first time. Archegos founder convicted of market manipulation. Tesla is a "meme stock."

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Man caught attempting to smuggle 104 live snakes in his pants at China border

A man attempting to smuggle 104 live snakes in his pants was caught at a Chinese border this week, according to the country's customs authority.

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