The United States blocks the renewal of export licenses for the Chinese company Huawei

BEIJING (AP) — The Chinese government on Tuesday accused Washington of pursuing “technological dominance,” as the United States began to ratchet up pressure on tech giant Huawei. By blocking access to US suppliers. Biden administration He stopped approving license renewals for some US companies that were selling key components to the Chinese company, according to … Read more

Is there hope for a dying river in Kenya’s growing capital?

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) – Vultures search for dead animals along a river and diverted sewage canal in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. Its waters turn from clear to black as it traverses informal settlements and industrial hubs. The river and its tributaries cross Kibera, known as Africa’s largest slum with a population of nearly 200,000, and other … Read more

Here are 8 things rich people do differently that make them ‘super rich’

It took me 20 years of trial and error before I got started He achieved a net worth of millions of dollars. Now, at 64, I get income from the 18 businesses I started and the 12,000 housing units I own. But I wish I knew sooner how rich people think about money. I’ve built … Read more

The Tennis Channel to broadcast pickleball league matches

The Tennis Channel embraces the pickleball. Major League Pickleball announced Thursday that the satellite channel will broadcast the Major League Semifinals and Finals games in Mesa, Arizona, and make all tournament games available for live streaming. The partnership represents a deepening of the relationship between the professional blackball professional and the television network. Pickleball has … Read more

5 things to know before the stock market opens Wednesday, January 11th

Tech stocks are listed on NASDAQ. Peter Kramer | CNBC Here are the top stories investors need to start their trading day: 1. The Nasdaq stock market is warming up There are still plenty of data dumps and reports that could upset stocks. But for now, the US stock markets are doing just fine in … Read more

China suspends visas for Japan and South Korea in the row over COVID-19

Chinese embassies stopped issuing new visas to South Koreans and Japanese on Tuesday in an apparent response to the COVID-19 measures these countries recently imposed on travelers from China. It was not clear whether China would extend the visa suspension to other countries that have mandated virus testing on passengers from China after the COVID-19 … Read more

A school in Ukraine rejects Russia’s allegations that soldiers were killed there

KRAMATORSK, Ukraine (AP) – Officials at a vocational school in an eastern Ukrainian city rejected Russia’s claim that hundreds of Ukrainian troops were killed in a missile attack there, saying Monday that a missile only blew out windows and damaged classrooms. Russia was named specifically for the vocational school in Kramatorsk as the target of … Read more

China suspends social media accounts of COVID policy critics

Beijing – China has suspended or closed the social media accounts of more than 1,000 critics of the government’s policies on the COVID-19 outbreak, as the country moves to open up more. Popular social networking platform Sina Weibo said it had addressed 12,854 violations including attacks on experts, scholars and medical personnel and issued temporary … Read more