Russia reportedly told nuclear plant workers not to come on Friday amid concerns over planned incident

ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine — Russia has reportedly told workers at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant not to show up for work on Friday, Ukraine’s military intelligence agency has confirmed exclusively to NBC News. This comes amid allegations and speculation from both Russia and Ukraine that an incident is being planned at the factory on Friday. On … Read more

Calgary Flames Nazem Kadri – TSN.ca

The Calgary Flames finalize a contract with the free agent attacker Nazem Kadri on what is believed to be a seven-year term, reports TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger. To make room for the deal, the Flames trade Sean Monahan to the Montreal Canadians. to hear that Sean Monahan is treated at the #habs to … Read more

‘We got too comfortable’: the race to build an LNG terminal in northern Germany | Germany

As tourists at the Hooksiel resort on Germany’s North Sea coast recline in their wicker beach chairs or stomp across the mudflats, the cast-iron jetty that stretches 1.3km into the ocean to their right is a familiar sight. However, the frenetic clatter of metal on metal at the furthest point is new. Built in 1982, … Read more

Commercial gaming industry records record quarter of $14.8 billion

The commercial game industry continues to set records as more states continue to legalize sports betting. The American Gaming Association reports that the industry collected $14.8 billion in revenue in the second quarter of 2022 – a new quarterly record. The figure – which includes all forms of legal gambling – represents a 3.3% increase … Read more

China accelerates PPP projects to boost investment

Public-private partnership (PPP) projects are rapidly launching in China as the country ramps up its efforts to boost investment and consolidate economic recovery, the China Securities Journal reported. From Yunnan Province in southwestern China to Shanghai Municipality on the east coast, several PPP projects in afforestation, rural infrastructure and water treatment hit various parts of … Read more