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In this article TSLA RIVN Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Tesla CEO Elon Musk smiles as he addresses guests at the Offshore Northern Seas 2022 (ONS) meeting in Stavanger, Norway on August 29, 2022. Carina Johansen | AFP | Getty Images Tesla shares surged 33% this week, marking their best weekly performance since May
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Seven people have been killed and several injured in a shooting at a synagogue in Jerusalem, according to Israeli police. The gunman was shot and killed and a large police presence was at the scene. Three others were injured in the shooting, including a 15-year-old boy who was recovering from surgery, hospital officials said. The
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U.S. President Joe Biden has previously singled out Exxon Mobil for making “more money than God” last year. Brandon Bell | Getty Images Some of the world’s largest oil and gas companies are poised to report record annual profits, raking in extraordinary revenues following a year of volatile fossil fuel prices amid Russia’s onslaught in
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Since a highly controversial and disputed presidential election in 2020, Belarus’ president has had to rely much more on his friend in the Kremlin as the West imposed tough sanctions against his regime. Here’s why that relationship is key to the Ukraine-Russia conflict. For the latest developments: https://qrcode.skynews.com/skynews/uk… SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more
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Those worried about the health of British politics have diagnosed a new disease at Westminster. Chris Patten, a grandee from the Conservative establishment, spotted what he called “Long Boris” last summer. Weeks after Boris Johnson announced his resignation as prime minister, Lord Patten, a former party chairman and former BBC chairman, lamented the persistent “corrupting
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