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Column: China’s diesel exports rebound easing global shortage

LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) – China’s exports of refined petroleum products, especially diesel, surged in the final two months of 2022, relieving some of the global shortage caused by unusually low exports since the middle of 2021. Exports of refined products totaled 54 million tonnes in 2022, down from 60 million in 2021 and 62 …

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Indian university warns students not to screen BBC documentary on Modi

NEW DELHI, Jan 24 (Reuters) – A top Indian university has threatened strict disciplinary action if its students’ union carries out plans on Tuesday to screen a BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the move might disturb peace and harmony on campus. Modi’s government has dismissed the documentary, which questioned his leadership during …

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Venezuela’s inflation slows to 234% in 2022, vice president says

CARACAS, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Inflation in Venezuela hit 234% in 2022, Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said on Monday, representing a slowdown from the previous year, as the South American country struggles with a deep and lengthy economic crisis. Rodriguez provided the inflation rate during a meeting with Turkish and Venezuelan business leaders. Venezuela’s central …

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Brazil declares emergency over deaths of Yanomami children from malnutrition

BRASILIA, Jan 22 (Reuters) – Brazil’s ministry of health has declared a medical emergency in the Yanomami territory, the country’s largest indigenous reservation bordering Venezuela, following reports of children dying of malnutrition and other diseases caused by illegal gold mining. A decree published on Friday by the incoming government of President Luiz Inacio Lula da …

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