Focus: Russians and Ukrainians want asylum, to the US via Mexico | Reuters

[Reuters]–The number of Russians and Ukrainians aiming for Mexico is increasing. There, he buys a car that looks like scrap, crosses the border into the United States, and applies for …

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Chinese Communist Party warns lawmakers through female agents influential | Reuters

On the 13th, the Security Department of the British Intelligence Agency (MI5) sent a document to the House of Representatives warning that the Chinese Communist Party had hired a female …

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Afghan withdrawal is “complete surrender”, Mr. Trump denounces Mr. Biden | Reuters

[Washington, 21st Reuters]–Former US President Joe Biden held a rally on the 21st, accusing President Biden of withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan as “the biggest defeat in foreign policy” in …

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Taiwan TSMC avoids clarification over new bases in Germany | Reuters

TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor contract manufacturer, announced on the 26th that talks are still uncertain at an early stage regarding the possibility of building a new factory in Germany. …

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Taiwan TSMC Plans to Expand Factory in Arizona, USA = Related Sources | Reuters

TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor contract manufacturer, plans to build another factory in Arizona, USA. Three people familiar with the matter revealed to Reuters. The photo is the company’s logo. …

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Biden to strengthen measures against cyber and immigration issues Four people will be appointed to important positions | Reuters

US President Joe Biden is expected to appoint four people to key positions to strengthen the government’s measures against cybersecurity and immigration issues. Photo taken at White House on March …

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Intel CEO attends US administration meeting over supply network = sources | Reuters

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger (pictured) will attend a meeting on semiconductor supply chain issues on April 12th by the US administration of Biden on April 5th. I understood from the …

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U.S. Congress Invasion Case, No Evidence of Intent to Kill Congressman = Washington Prosecutor’s Office |

Deputy Attorney General Michael Sherwin of Washington, DC, said yesterday that there was no “direct evidence” that intruders into the Capitol were collectively aimed at capturing and killing lawmakers. .. …

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