Israel stepped up accusations of Hamas abuses at the Gaza Strip’s biggest hospital, saying a captive soldier had been executed and two foreign hostages held at a site that has been a focus of its devastating six-week-old offensive.
US President Joe Biden turns 81 on Monday, a milestone likely to draw attention to his status as the oldest person to ever occupy the Oval Office, with opinion polls showing Americans worried he is too old for the post he is seeking reelection to.
Rescuers are trying to send cooked food and set up a phone connection to 41 workers trapped for eight days in a collapsed tunnel in the Indian Himalayas as they explore fresh rescue plans after previous attempts stalled officials said.
Hungary’s ruling party unveiled billboards vilifying European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen, the first time it has made her a personal target in a campaign similar to one against her predecessor that angered Brussels.
Colombian pop star Shakira reached a settlement to avoid a trial in Barcelona over charges she failed to pay 14.5 million euros ($15.7 million) in Spanish income tax between 2012 and 2014, arguing it was triggered by personal reasons.
US Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday travel season this week, and Southwest and other US airlines can ill afford another fiasco after a blizzard last December forced the company to cancel almost 17,000 flights. Carriers are also under pressure to deliver a smooth operation in a period when passenger traffic is expected to hit all-time highs.
Javier Milei’s strong win in Argentina’s presidential election could boost bonds and equities but put downward pressure on the peso currency, investors said.
Low valuations for euro zone bank stocks appear to reflect concerns about credit risk and shareholder payouts, likely weighing on future credit growth via stricter terms for borrowers, the European Central Bank said.
How well-off Brits still buy Ozempic online for weight loss
Kim Gradwell with an Ozempic injection needle. REUTERS/Lee Smith
John, a tech executive who has been battling weight gain since his 30s, has a nine-month supply in his refrigerator. Kim Gradwell, a retired receptionist who developed type 2 diabetes nearly 20 years ago, isn’t sure where she’ll find her next dose.
The medicine is Ozempic – designed for type 2 diabetes, a life-threatening condition. It’s so effective at helping people lose weight that supplies of the active ingredient, semaglutide, have run short in countries including Britain and the US.
Lauren Maginness rides an exercise bike wearing Dupes. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
As the holiday shopping season gets under way, top-sellers from Lululemon, Abercrombie & Fitch, Birkenstock and Estee Lauder’s Tom Ford perfume are competing for shoppers and their growing love affair with “dupes” – sufficiently similar replicas of higher-priced products.