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Today: June 17, 2024

Japan's economy is shrinking, although slightly less than previously thought

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Japan Economy
June 10, 2024

TOKYO (AP) — The Japanese economy shrank at an annual rate of 1.8% in the first quarter of this year, slightly better than the initial estimate at a 2.0% contraction, according to revised government data Monday.

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EU's eastern members see strong performances by centrist parties

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German investigators seize cocaine worth 2.6 billion euros, calling it their biggest find ever

German investigators say they discovered 35.5 metric tons of cocaine worth 2.6 billion euros ($2.78 billion) on different container ships and made seven arrests in connection with what they called the largest cocaine find in the country ever

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The IRS wants to end another major tax loophole for the wealthy and raise $50 billion in the process

The Internal Revenue Service plans to end another major tax loophole that could raise more than $50 billion in revenue over the next decade

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Germany to endorse von der Leyen for second term, sources say

The government of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will propose a second term of office for European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen at a meeting of European Union leaders on

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Landmark EU nature restoration plan gets the green light despite months of protests by farmers

European Union countries have given final approval to a major and long-awaited plan to better protect nature in the 27-nation bloc

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