India tests cough syrup samples linked to Gambia child deaths

Cough syrup made by Maiden Pharma in India linked to 66 deaths Maiden says trying to find out from Gambian buyer what happened Maiden says it does not currently sell any products in India Indian Ministry of Health seeks details from WHO NEW DELHI, Oct 6 (Reuters) – India said it was testing samples of … Read more

The French Ernaux, who has long scrutinized himself, wins the Nobel Prize for Literature

Ernaux is the author of many largely autobiographical books Work examines gender, language, class disparities The Literature Prize is the fourth Nobel Prize this year STOCKHOLM/PARIS, Oct 6 (Reuters) – French author Annie Ernaux won the 2022 Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday for “the courage and clinical acumen” of her largely autobiographical books examining … Read more

Rash of child deaths in The Gambia linked to Indian-made cough syrups – WHO

Oct 5 (Reuters) – The deaths of dozens of young children in The Gambia from acute kidney damage may be linked to tainted cough and cold syrups made by an Indian drugmaker, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday. of health. The results, announced by WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, follow tests on several medicinal … Read more

Exclusive: Banks divert gold supply from India to China and Turkey

MUMBAI, Oct 4 (Reuters) – Gold supplier banks have cut shipments to India ahead of major festivals to focus on China, Turkey and other markets where better premiums are on offer, sources told Reuters three bank officials and two safe deposit box operators. This could create a shortage in the world’s second largest gold market … Read more

Micron cuts capital spending to stem ‘unprecedented’ oversupply cycle

Shares of Micron Technology Inc. fell slightly in Thursday’s extended session after the memory chipmaker said it was taking steps to exit a current “unprecedented” market down cycle by scaling back plans to Capacity Building. For the first fiscal quarter, Micron MU, based in Boise, Idaho, +1.50% said it expects an adjusted loss of 6 … Read more

Opinion: Micron earnings suggest chip downturn could be worse than Wall Street predicts

Micron Technology Inc. executives warned of a semiconductor slowdown in late June, but now say a “sharp and sudden” drop in demand has exceeded even those expectations, suggesting the current glut of chips could get worse. Micron MU, -1.94% reported a worse-than-expected fiscal fourth quarter on Thursday, with revenue down 23% from a year ago, … Read more

US says it has agreed to partnership with Pacific islands, offering ‘big dollar’ aid

WASHINGTON, Sept 28 (Reuters) – The United States said at a summit with Pacific island leaders on Wednesday that it had agreed to a future partnership with them and hinted at the prospect of “significant aid” to a region where they hope to stem China’s growing influence. The Washington Post quoted US officials as saying … Read more

Russia asks Apple to explain the removal of VK from the App Store

This content was produced in Russia, where law restricts coverage of Russian military operations in Ukraine. MOSCOW, Sept 28 (Reuters) – Russia’s communications regulator on Wednesday demanded an explanation from Apple (AAPL.O) after apps operated by Russian tech company VK (VKCOq.L) were removed from the Apple App Store. American society. The regulator, Roskomnadzor, has been … Read more

EU executive proposes eighth batch of sanctions against Russia

EU states start negotiating new sanctions package against Russia 27 member countries divided over oil price cap Ukraine. Stop the ‘blood money’ flowing to Russia BRUSSELS, Sept 28 (Reuters) – The European Union executive on Wednesday proposed an eighth round of sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, including tougher trade restrictions, more individual … Read more