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Some 25 years after genocide decimated Rwanda, almost two-thirds of the nation’s parliament is female, more than twice the global average. Despite this unprecedented level of empowerment, the question of how much power women really have under President Paul Kagame and his authoritarian government remains an open question.
US Jobless Claims Hit Eight-Month High as Labor Market Cools
ECB Rushes to Tighten as Half-Point Hike Matched by Crisis Tool
AT&T Cuts Cash Flow View on Higher Spending, Overdue Bills
Amazon to Buy Primary-Care Firm One Medical in $3.9 Billion All-Cash Deal
Mushroom-Based Steak Maker Meati Raises $150 Million in Funding
Mario Draghi Saved the Euro, But Italian Politics Beat Him
Macau’s Covid Zero Plan Now Targets City’s Filipino Workers
Greenwich Housing Market at Record Highs Starts ‘Returning to Earth’
Law Firm Sidley Austin Joins Miami Rush With New Brickell Office
What a Bear Market and Strong Dollar Mean for Car Collectors
U2, George Clooney, Amy Grant Among Kennedy Center Honorees
Putin’s War Should Change the Way the World Farms
Election Law Reform Just Took a Big Step Forward
Pelosi’s Taiwan Date Is a Headache for Biden
A Chef Tackles Inequality by Opening Farms in Black Communities
The US Has Lost Its Way on Computer Chips
Macau Casino Crash Shifts World’s Gambling Crown to Las Vegas
Older Americans Go Back to Work in Next Frontier of Labor Force
Early Spotify Backer Puts $101 Million in Mental Health Venture
Dave Chappelle Show in Minnesota Cancelled Over Transphobia Controversy
Porsche Believes It Can Make More Profit Selling Electric Cars
Death Toll From Weekslong Rains in Pakistan Rises to 282
Royal Institute of British Architects Announces 2022 Stirling Prize Shortlist
Dublin Is Getting Its First Metro Line
America’s Bus Driver Shortage Has Left Transit Systems in Crisis
Indonesia Plans Wholesale Digital Currency to Improve Transfers
Temperatures Rise at Celsius
Finland Liquidates Seized Bitcoin Stash Amid Crypto Bust

Finland has sold its hoard of confiscated Bitcoins just as the market for cryptocurrencies is cooling, raising less than previously anticipated.
The Customs has during the summer liquidated 1,889.1 Bitcoins via two brokers, raising 46.5 million euros ($47.5 million), it said in an emailed statement on Thursday. The coins had been seized in drug busts and had been legally forfeited to the state following court rulings. 


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