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Ukraine celebrates recapturing key town, Putin ally raises
KYIV, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Ukrainian troops said they had
retaken the key bastion of Lyman in occupied eastern Ukraine, a
stinging defeat that prompted a close ally of Russian President
Vladimir Putin to call for the possible use of low-grade nuclear
Stampede, riot at Indonesia football match kill 174,
MALANG, Indonesia, Oct 2 (Reuters) - At least 174 people
were killed and 180 injured in a stampede and riot at a soccer
match in Indonesia, officials said on Sunday, in one of the
world's worst stadium disasters.
Hurricane-ravaged Florida, Carolinas face daunting recovery
MIAMI, Oct 2 (Reuters) - The largely innocuous but soggy
remnants of Hurricane Ian drifted through Virginia early on
Sunday, leaving in their wake storm-ravaged residents in Florida
and the Carolinas facing a disaster recovery expected to cost
tens of billions of dollars.
Elon Musk to provide Florida with Starlink satellites in
response to Hurricane Ian
WASHINGTON, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Florida Governor Ron DeSantis
said SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk agreed to provide the
company's satellite internet service, Starlink, for help in
response to Hurricane Ian in areas of Southwest Florida still
Analysis: Under water: how the Bank of England threw markets
LONDON/NEW YORK, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Calls to the Bank of
England saying some British pension funds were struggling to
meet margin calls began on Monday. By Wednesday they were
getting more urgent and coordinated.
China JD.com founder Liu settles U.S. rape civil suit
SHANGHAI, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Billionaire Richard Liu, founder
of one of China's largest e-commerce platforms JD.com, has
settled a civil suit brought by former University of Michigan
student Liu Jingyao, who had accused him of rape.
Victoria Beckham marks debut at Paris Fashion Week with chic
PARIS, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Victoria Beckham marked her debut
on the Paris Fashion Week calendar with a chic lineup on the
catwalk, drawing paparazzi photographers and celebrities
including her own family, along with the fashion set.
Under a cloud of belt-tightening, Paris Fashion Week struts
PARIS, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Celebrities and international
crowds have descended on the French capital, marking the fashion
industry's sweeping return as it rides a post-pandemic spending
Man Utd facing City, not just Haaland - Ten Hag
Oct 2 (Reuters) - Erik ten Hag praised Erling Haaland's
goalscoring instincts but stressed that Manchester United will
not focus solely on the Norwegian striker when they take on
Manchester City in a Premier League derby clash.
Doctor who evaluated Dolphins' Tagovailoa for concussion
fired - report
Oct 2 (Reuters) - An unaffiliated doctor involved in the
decision to clear Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa
after he was evaluated for a concussion during a game against
Buffalo has been fired, according to an ESPN report on Saturday.
ARTS / CULTURE / ENTERTAINMENT
FASHION-PARIS/VALENTINO (PIX) (TV)
Valentino Spring-Summer 2023 collection at Paris Fashion
Designer Pierpaolo Piccioli unveils Valentino's
Spring-Summer 2023 collection at Paris Fashion Week
2 Oct 08:00 ET / 12:00 GMT
FASHION-PARIS/LOREAL (PIX) (TV)
Celebrities join L'Oreal event show in Paris Fashion Week
Celebrities including Game of Thrones' Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
and How to Get Away with Murder's Aja Naomi King walk the runway
for L'Oreal's show, on the sidelines of Paris Fashion Week
2 Oct 14:00 ET / 18:00 GMT
BUSINESS / ECONOMICS
Taiwan's English-language news channel launches television
TaiwanPlus, the government-backed English language news
channel, launches television operations.
3 Oct 23:00 ET / 03:00 GMT
EXXON MOBIL-OUTLOOK/ (PIX) (GRAPHIC)
Exxon provides early glimpse of third quarter earnings
Exxon provides investors with a preview of third quarter
financial results via a securities filing that looks at the key
market changes that occured during the quarter ended Sept. 30,
compared to the prior period.
ANALYSIS-Chile's sliding peso shows cenbank limits in fight
vs mighty dollar
Chile's sliding peso got a shot in the arm in July from a
huge $25 billion central bank intervention, but in recent months
has been one of the region's worst performers, showing how hard
the battle policy makers face will be against a rampaging
PREVIEW-Malaysia expected to announce expansionary budget
for 2023 amid talk of early election
Malaysia is expected to announce an expansionary budget for
2023 ahead of a general election that could be called in the
Malaysia is grappling with record high spending on subsidies
and a global slowdown as the Southeast Asian economy recovers
from the pandemic.
IEA quarterly gas market update
The latest IEAs Gas Market Report offers an updated
short-term market review and forecast for 2022 and 2023, as well
as a review of recent developments in major regional gas
The report highlights measures to enhance security of supply
and market resilience ahead of the coming winter.
It also provides a resilience analysis of the European
market in the case of Russia completely cutting pipeline gas
supplies to Europe.
Mexico central bank issues monthly poll of private
Mexico's central bank will issue its monthly poll of private
sector economists forecasts on key indicators like inflation,
GDP and the peso exchange rate.
POLITICS / INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
NOBEL-PRIZE/PEACE-FACTBOX (PIX) (GRAPHIC)
FACTBOX-How does the Nobel Peace Prize work?
The winner of the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize will be announced
on Oct. 7 in Oslo.
We take a look at how the award works.
EXCLUSIVE-Pro-Trump Michigan clerk could face charges over
A pro-Trump, QAnon-embracing Michigan clerk may face arrest
after refusing to perform maintenance on machines that she
believed would erase evidence that the 2020 election was rigged,
according to previously unreported emails between state police
and local officials But Stephanie Scott, clerk of a small,
rural community in southern Michigan, isnt backing down,
refusing to resign and publicly defending releasing confidential
voter data in a possible violation of state law.
Canadian province of Quebec holds election
The Canadian province of Quebec holds an election expected
to be won by the nationalist incumbent.
U.S. Secretary of State visits Latin America
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will start a
week-long Latin America tour on Monday, traveling to Colombia,
Chile and Peru amid criticism that Washington has not been
prioritizing the hemisphere at a time when China is making
economic inroads across the region.
He will be in Bogota on Oct 3rd, will then head to Chile on
Oct. 4 and will spend the last two nights of his trip in Peru.
CONFLICTS / WAR / PEACE
Who is behind the latest power grab in Burkina Faso
Before dawn on Friday, residents of Burkina Faso's capital
were woken by heavy gunfire.
After a tense day of uncertainty and sporadic gunfire, a
group of soldiers appeared on national television and announced
that a little-known army officer Captain Ibrahim Traore had
seized power from the country's former military ruler.
U.S. prosecutors to present opening arguments in Capitol
riots trial of Oath Keepers founder
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.
CRIME / LAW / JUSTICE
Trial to begin for man accused of Wisconsin parade attack
Trial to begin in Milwaukee suburb for man who is accused of
Wisconsin parade attack that killed six and injured dozens. The
trial is expected to last three to four weeks.
Darrell Brooks pleaded not guilty to 83 felony counts.