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Stadig færre bruker kontanter, men når butikken sier de ikke lenger vil ta i mot kontanter - blir det sterke reaksjoner. Stadig færre bruker kontanter, men når butikken sier de ikke lenger vil ta i mot kontanter - blir det sterke reaksjoner. Denne uken vekket elektrogiganten Elkjøp sterke reaksjoner rundt om i sosiale medier når de tirsdag morgen kunngjør at kjeden...
A woman who randomly attacked two people with an axe in an Australian convenience store has been jailed. Evie Amati, 26, seriously wounded the man and woman at a 7-Eleven in Sydney in January 2017. She swung her axe at a third customer but did not injure him. Amati pleaded not guilty on mental health grounds at a trial last year,...
Germany is considering ways to block Huawei from its next generation mobile phone network, according to reports. Berlin is exploring stricter security requirements which may prevent Huawei products being used in its 5G network. Many countries have pushed against the involvement of the Chinese technology firm in their 5G networks over security concerns. The networks represent the next big wave of mobile...
US President Donald Trump has postponed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's upcoming trip to Brussels and Afghanistan, asking her to stay to negotiate an end to the partial US government shutdown. The president was able to halt the trip by denying the use of military aircraft to Mrs Pelosi and a delegation. On Wednesday Mrs Pelosi had urged Mr Trump to postpone...
(Reuters) - State Bank of India (SBI) (SBI.NS) said on Thursday lenders of Jet Airways Ltd (JET.NS) were considering a plan to resolve the debt issues of the Indian carrier, amid increasing prospects of a bailout by major shareholder Etihad Airways. Jet said on Wednesday a resolution plan, currently being discussed with stakeholders, contemplates options on the debt-equity mix, proportion...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has offered to serve as mediator in renewed contract talks proposed for Thursday between negotiators for 30,000 striking teachers and the nation’s second-largest school district, union leaders said. There was no immediate word from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) to the overture from the United Teachers Los Angeles, but...
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Sub-Saharan economies will cope with tighter global liquidity this year and grow faster than in 2018, albeit at a lackluster rate compared to the commodity price boom heydays of a decade ago, a Reuters poll found. As interest rates tighten in developed markets and trade tensions between two of the world’s largest economies simmer, the global economic...
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australians have been warned to avoid exerting themselves outdoors and to drink lots of water as record temperatures in parts of the country look set to linger, and even increase, over coming days. Parts of New South Wales, Australia’s most populated state, and an area of Western Australia, saw record high minimum temperatures of 33 Celsius (91...
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Nearly 80 percent of junior doctors across New Zealand walked off the job at public hospitals on Tuesday after a breakdown in union talks with the government over working conditions and wages. The strike spotlights the difficulties Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s government faces in delivering on its promise to pour money into social services and rein in...
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Germany’s Alexander Zverev overpowered Aljaz Bedene to win their first round match at the Australian Open 6-4 6-1 6-4 as the 21-year-old firms as a title contender. The big-hitting fourth seed went down a break midway through the first set, which seemed to prod him into action. He won the next eight games, and Bedene never recovered. Zverev...

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