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Google parent Alphabet to lay off 12,000 Some analysts expect back-to-back quarters of negative earnings for some Wall Street firms.
How major US stock indexes fared Monday 5 June 2023

U.S. stocks drifted lower to start what could be a quiet stretch following several weeks of gains.

Remembering D-Day: Key facts and figures about invasion

OMAHA BEACH, France (AP) - The D-Day invasion that helped change the course of World War II was unprecedented in scale and audacity. As veterans and world dignitaries commemorate the 79th anniversary of the operation, here's a look at some details about what happened:

Supreme Court to hear 'Trump too small' trademark case

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear a case in which a man tried to trademark a phrase mocking former President Donald Trump as "too small."

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UN nuclear chief, facing Israeli criticism on Iran

VIENNA (AP) - The International Atomic Energy Agency will "never politicize" its work in Iran, the head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog said Monday, insisting after Israel's prime minister accused it of capitulating to Iranian pressure that his agency has been "very fair but firm.”

India US Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh held talks with US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin.
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US, India agree path for defence industry co-operation

An agreement signed between India and the US foreshadows more co-operation between the two powers’ defence industries.

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Hormone patches for menopause may have lower blood pressure risk

WASHINGTON (AP) - Women often use hormone therapy to relieve hot flashes and other menopause symptoms - and new research suggests patches or creams may be safer for their blood pressure than pills.

INDONESIA DEFENSE ANNIVERSARY The Indonesian navy is hosting military exercises off Sulawesi involving 36 countries.
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Indonesian naval exercises begin amid Pacific tension

Indonesia’s navy has launched its Komodo military drills involving countries including the US, Britain, China, Japan, Russia and South Korea.

Four die in Washington plane crash Investigators do not know why an unresponsive jet flew Washington DC before crashing.
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Four die in plane crash that sparked Washington scare

Investigators still don’t know why a plane flew over restricted airspace in Washington DC before crashing into mountains in Virginia.

Shelling, looting in embattled Sudan Residents of Khartoum who haven't fled are left to contend with increased shelling and lawlessness.
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Shelling, looting in Sudan in eighth week of fighting

As Sudan enters its eighth week of intense violence, those who haven’t fled are left to contend with increased shelling and lawlessness.

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said Monday he was encouraged by a desire shown by world leaders to contain any risks posed by the artificial intelligence technology his company and others are developing.