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Qualcomm Jumps On Report Apple’s 2023 iPhone Will Use Its Modems

Qualcomm President and CEO Cristiano Amon speaks about Qualcomm’s technology for automakers at a press conference during CES 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 4, 2022. Steve Marcus | Reuters Qualcomm shares rose more than 3% on Tuesday after a prominent analyst said: Apple will likely use the company’s 5G modems for its 2023 iPhones …

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Hong Kong polishes ties with China just as shine as global hub fades

HONG KONG (AP) — Every few generations, Hong Kong transforms itself, evolving from a swampy fishing village to a 19th-century colonial port, to a capitalist outpost and factory after the 1949 revolution in China, to a 21st-century financial center . As the former British colony marks the 25th anniversary of its return to China, bewitched …

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Hurricane and typhoon numbers are declining, study finds, even as they become more destructive

CNN † Before the era of satellites, it was nearly impossible to tell if a hurricane was in the open ocean unless a ship was unlucky enough to run into it. And scientists have been trying to put together a historical record for decades to better understand it how the climate crisis is changing these …

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In China’s ‘zero-Covid’ lockdowns, one daughter’s struggle to get medicine for her father strikes a chord

Editor’s Note: A version of this story appeared in the CNN newsletter Meanwhile in China, a three-week update that explores what you need to know about the country’s rise and how it’s impacting the world. Register here. CNN † What was meant to be a simple message, a daughter taking her elderly father to the …

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Norway: Suspect in Pride Month attack does not want to talk to police

OSLO, Norway (AP) — The suspect in a mass shooting at an LGBTQ festival in Norway has refused to explain his actions to investigators and will remain in police custody for the next four weeks, police and his lawyer said Sunday. The man, who was described by authorities as a 42-year-old Norwegian citizen originally from …

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New Colombian president pledges to protect rainforest

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Gustavo Petro, Colombia’s first elected left-wing president, will take office in August with ambitious proposals to halt record deforestation in the Amazon rainforest. Petro has pledged to limit agribusiness expansion into the forest and create reserves where indigenous communities and others are allowed to harvest rubber, acai and other non-timber …

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Pope greets families, denounces ‘waste culture’ after Roe

ROME (AP) – Pope Francis celebrated families on Saturday and urged them to shun “selfish” decisions indifferent to life as he closed a major Vatican meeting a day after the US Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion† Francis did not refer to the pronounciation or explicitly mention abortion in his sermon. But he used …

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Mass same-sex marriage in Mexico challenges discrimination

MEXICO CITY — Even after five years of living together in the Pacific seaside town of Acapulco, something as simple as holding hands or sharing a kiss in public is unthinkable for Dayanny Marcelo and Mayela Villalobos. There is an ever-present fear of being rejected or attacked in Guerrero, a state where same-sex relationships are …

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‘Total massacre’: Witnesses describe ethnic attack in Ethiopia

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The heavily armed men appeared around the small farming village in Ethiopia’s Oromia region, scaring residents already on edge after recent clashes between government forces and rebels. “The militants assured us that they will not touch us. They said they are not after us,” resident Nur Hussein Abdi told The Associated …

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