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Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas and her American singer and actor husban Nick Jonas are attending the wedding which caps months of extravagent parties

Wedding Party Resumes For Son Of Asia's Richest Man

Lavish wedding celebrations for the son of Asia's richest man resumed Saturday with a star-studded guestlist including Hollywood celebrities, global business leaders and two former British prime ministers.
Chinese electric carmaker BYD is investing $1 billion in a Turkish factory to produce 150,000 vehicles a year

Turkey Puts Its Best Foot Forward To Charm Chinese Investors

Turkey plans to draw on its geographical position and an EU customs deal to entice Chinese investors keen to access European markets tariff-free, as it recently just did with carmaker BYD. The Chinese electric vehicle giant signed a billion-dollar deal with Ankara on Monday to open a plant in western Turkey, promising to create 5,000 jobs, a move that will help it dodge new EU tariffs.
The rocket, a prolific launch vehicle that propels both satellites and astronauts into orbit, blasted off from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on Thursday night

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Experiences Rare Failure

SpaceX's highly reliable Falcon 9 rocket has experienced a rare failure that means the latest batch of the company's Starlink satellites won't make it into orbit, the company said Friday, as regulators opened an investigation.
Kenyan police have been accused of using excessive force during the protests

Kenya Police Chief Quits After Deadly Protests

Kenya's police chief has resigned following sharp criticism after anti-government protests left dozens of people dead, the presidency said Friday, the latest head to roll over the unrest.
Nepali Prime Minister and former Maoist guerrilla commander Pushpa Kamal Dahal lost a vote of confidence

Nepal's Maoist PM Loses Parliamentary Confidence Vote

Nepali Prime Minister and former Maoist guerrilla commander Pushpa Kamal Dahal lost a parliamentary vote of confidence on Friday barely 18 months after taking office, throwing open the Himalayan republic's revolving door leadership.
Elon Musk has overhauled X including changing its name from Twitter since his purchase in 2022

Musk's X 'Deceives' Users With Blue Checks, EU Charges

Tech billionaire Elon Musk's X platform is misleading users with its blue checkmarks for certified accounts, and is also violating EU content rules, Brussels said Friday, in a finding that could lead to hefty fines.
Ericsson has now written down more than half of its $6.2 billion acquisition of Vonage

Ericsson Posts $1bn Quarterly Loss On Vonage Write Down

Ericsson acquired Vonage in 2022 for $6.2 billion to expand its presence in wireless enterprise and broaden its global offerings, but already last year it wrote down its value by $2.9 billion as market conditions shifted.


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