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Wall Street Chews on Fed Rate Decision, Tesla Down After Numbers

Tesla fell sharply on the stock exchanges in New York on Thursday. Investors were disappointed with the results of the electric vehicle maker, despite closing the last quarter of 2021 with a record profit of $2.3 billion. In addition, the markets were still chewing on the Federal Reserve's interest rate decision. The central bank kept interest rates unchanged on Wednesday but gave a clear…

Hundreds of Suspects in German Investigation into Pedophilia Network

Hundreds of people are suspected of possessing child pornography videos in a German judicial investigation. The Wuppertal prosecutor's office reported this on Wednesday. The investigation focuses on two men, aged 22 and 44, who allegedly abused children from 2016 to June 2021. The victims were between 5 months and 12 years old. After the fact, the two made available photos and videos of…

WHO Chief Officially Nominated for Second Term

The reappointment of the World Health Organization WHO CEO seems a step closer. In a private meeting, WHO leaders approved the nomination of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. The incumbent boss is the only candidate. In May, all 194 member states will vote on his nomination. Tedros has been at the helm of the WHO since 2017. The former Ethiopian minister of health and later foreign affairs has…

Russia’s Central Bank Calls for Cryptocurrency Ban

Russia is considering a cryptocurrency ban. The country's central bank advocates this in a paper. In the paper Cryptocurrencies: Trends, Risks and Regulation, the bank provides insight into cryptocurrencies in Russia. For example, Russians invest about five billion dollars a year in digital currencies. The country also plays an essential role in crypto mining The central bank warns of…

Share Netflix Loses More Than Fifth of Value After Disappointing Forecasts

Netflix shares will lose more than 20 percent when trading on Wall Street opens on Friday after the streaming giant gave disappointing forecasts on Thursday evening. The company expects growth of 2.5 million subscribers in the first quarter of this year. However, that would be the weakest growth for the first quarter since 2010. Investors were also not happy with the current subscription…

Hackers Carry Out Cyber Attack on Red Cross

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has been the victim of a massive cyber attack. The ICRC reports on its website that hackers have seized data from more than 515,000 "extremely vulnerable people", some of whom were fleeing conflict. "A sophisticated cybersecurity attack was discovered this week on computer servers hosting information held by the International Committee…

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