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Today's top  breaking news in the world (26.07.2022)

Today's top breaking news in the world (26.07.2022)

Breaking news, interchangeably termed late-breaking news and also known as a special report or special coverage or news flash, is a current issue that broadcasters feel warrants the interruption of scheduled programming or current news in order to report its details. 

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Its use is also assigned to the most significant story of the moment or a story that is being covered live. It could be a story that is simply of wide interest to viewers and has little impact otherwise.


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Many times, breaking news is used after the news organization has already reported on the story. When a story has not been reported on previously, the graphic and phrase "Just In" is sometimes used instead.

1.Japanese police raid home of Tokyo Olympics executive

Japanese police raid the home of a Tokyo Olympics board member. Haruyuki Takahashi allegedly received money from a sponsor he signed a consulting contract with. Aoki Holdings Inc. was an "official partner" of last year's pandemic-delayed mega-event.

Reports suggest that could constitute bribery, as he was not allowed to accept gifts related to his position. The Tokyo Olympics opened in July last year after a one-year delay due to a pandemic.

Aoki is suspected of receiving payments from Tokyo 2020 sponsor Aoki for a contract signed in 2017. Aoki then became a Tokyo Games sponsor in 2018, allowing it to use the event's logo.

The Tokyo Olympics opened in July last year after a one-year delay due to a coronavirus pandemic. The Tokyo Olympics organizing committee disbanded last month. French prosecutors are probing payments made to Singapore-based firm linked to Lamine Diack's son. - arabnews

2.Coal dust casts a pall over children’s health in Pakistan

Children are suffering from breathing problems and chest infections due to inhaled coal dust. Coal mining is a major source of revenue for Pakistan's mineral-rich Balochistan province.

Children of labourers fall ill due to a lack of health facilities, says trade union vice-president. Poverty, poor hygienic living conditions and little access to health facilities are contributing factors for the spread of TB in Balochistan's coalfields.

Coal miners' pneumoconiosis (CWP), also known as black lung disease, is common among miners' children.Most miners in Duki coalfield suffer from TB, which spreads to other family members.

Up to 80 patients are being examined on a daily basis at DHQ Hospital Duki's out-patient department. 30 out of fourty children are suffering from chest infections, asthma and allergies. - eco-business

3.Surging temperatures are good for solar panels, right? The answer is: It’s complicated

Many would think the scorching heat of the past few days would represent the ultimate sweet spot for solar photovoltaic systems. But it’s more complex than that.

Solar power is not alone in being affected by the rising temperatures Europe has experienced. Last week saw temperatures in the U.K. surge, with highs of over 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) recorded for the first time ever. - CNBC

4.Software company Kaseya to create 250 new jobs at Dundalk centre of excellence

Software company Kaseya is set to create 250 new jobs in Dundalk. The Dundalk centre of excellence will focus on research and development. Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, said the company's Irish expansion shows its commitment to Ireland.

The company is planning to create 100 new jobs, with the aim of creating a "robust workforce pipeline" in the local community. Project is supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland. - breakingnews

5.Allianz expands UK partnership with Broker Insights

UK insurance platform Broker Insights has become a nationwide partner of Allianz. The original tie-up came about as a result of the insurer's "strategic focus" on the regional commercial insurance market. It is known for providing a data-led method of engagement with brokers and their customers.

peratures are good for solar panels, right? The answer is: It’s complicated Many would think the scorching heat of the past few days would represent the ultimate sweet spot for solar photovoltaic systems. But it’s more complex than that.


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Solar power is not alone in being affected by the rising temperatures Europe has experienced. Last week saw temperatures in the U.K. surge, with highs of over 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) recorded for the first time ever. - insurancebusinessmag


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