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TOP STORIES

GLOBAL

UKRAINE-CRISIS/

Berlin not blocking export of tanks to Ukraine, EU diplomat says

WARSAW/BRUSSELS Jan 23 (Reuters) – Germany is not blocking the re-export of Leopard tanks to Ukraine, the European Union’s top diplomat said on Monday, after Poland vowed to send some as long as other countries did too.

CALIFORNIA-SHOOTING/

Death toll from California massacre rises to 11 as police look for motive

MONTEREY PARK, Calif., Jan 23 (Reuters) – An 11th victim died from injuries on Monday after an elderly gunman’s deadly rampage at a Los Angeles-area dance hall, California police said, as authorities were still searching for a motive behind one of the state’s worst mass shootings.

U.S.

USA-CAPITOL/SECURITY-OATH KEEPERS

Jury convicts four Oath Keepers of seditious conspiracy for roles in Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol attack

WASHINGTON, Jan 23 (Reuters) – A jury on Monday convicted four members of the far-right Oath Keepers group of seditious conspiracy, handing the Justice Department another major victory in its quest to prosecute supporters of then-President Donald Trump who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

USA-IRAN/SANCTIONS

U.S., EU, UK impose new sanctions on Iran over protest crackdown

WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS, Jan 23 (Reuters) – The West on Monday stepped up pressure on Iran over its crackdown on protests as the United States, European Union and United Kingdom imposed fresh sanctions on Tehran.

BUSINESS

SPOTIFY-LAYOFFS/

Spotify to trim 6% of workforce in latest tech layoffs

Jan 23 (Reuters) – Spotify Technology SA said on Monday it plans to cut 6% of its workforce and would take a related charge of up to nearly $50 million, adding to the massive layoffs in the technology sector in preparation for a possible recession.

TESLA-MUSK/TRIAL

Musk testifies Saudis backed taking Tesla private before they backpedaled

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Elon Musk testified on Monday that he was sure he had backing from Saudi financiers in 2018 to take Tesla Inc private, but said the fund later backpedaled on its commitment.

ENTERTAINMENT

AWARDS-RAZZIES/NOMINATIONS

Netflix movie ‘Blonde’ roasted with eight Razzie nominations

LOS ANGELES, Jan 23 (Reuters) – “Blonde,” a biographical film that explores the exploitation of Marilyn Monroe, led this year’s Razzie nominations with eight nods, including one for worst picture, while multiple Oscar winner Tom Hanks landed in the worst actor and worst supporting actor race.

FASHION-PARIS/HAUTE COUTURE-RABIH KAYROUZ

Maison Rabih Kayrouz returns to haute couture runway in Paris PARIS, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Maison Rabih Kayrouz took to the runway on Monday for the first time in three years, showing an elevated collection that toyed with the boundaries of ready-to-wear and haute couture fashion.

SPORTS

SOCCER-ENGLAND-EVE/LAMPARD

Struggling Everton sack manager Lampard, club says

Jan 23 (Reuters) – Frank Lampard has been sacked as manager of Premier League club Everton, the club announced on Monday, after a poor run of form that has left the team in a relegation battle.

RUGBY-UNION-NATIONS/

I want my players to retire without regrets – unlike me, says Borthwick

LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) – New England coach Steve Borthwick said on Monday that he did not always get his best performances onto the pitch as a player in the test arena and says he is determined to help the current team avoid having the same regrets once they stop playing.

UPCOMING

CONFLICTS / WAR / PEACE

ASIA-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH

INSIGHT-Surging crimes, bleak future push Rohingya in Bangladesh to risk lives at sea

Crimes have surged in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh, police data show, and combined with a sense of hopelessness among the 1 million-strong community there, many are taking dangerous boat journeys to Southeast Asia. Last year was the deadliest for them at sea in nearly a decade.

24 Jan 22:30 ET / 03:30 GMT

UKRAINE-CRISIS/BELARUS-RUSSIA-DRILLS (TV)

Russia and Belarus to hold joint aviation drills

Belarus and Russia to start two weeks of joint aviation drills of air divisions that are part of the two countries regional grouping of troops. Belarus says the exercises will be ‘defensive in nature’. Staged in Belarus the drills will last from January 16 to February 1.

24 Jan

BUSINESS / ECONOMICS

TEXAS INSTRUMENT-RESULTS/

Texas Instruments Inc Reports Fourth Quarter Results

Texas Instruments is expected to report a decline in quarterly revenue due to weakened demand for its semiconductors used in personal electronics.

24 Jan

FRANCE-ETHANOL/

French ethanol producers hold press conference

French producers of ethanol, the biofuel made using sugar or cereal crops, presents figures on 2022 and prospects for 2023.

24 Jan

AEROSPACE-BUSINESS JETS/ (PIX)

FOCUS-U.S. private jet buyers seek distressed planes in early sign of turbulence

Some U.S. business jet buyers are looking for aircraft at risk of default in a possible sign the first cracks are forming in what has been a soaring market up to now.

24 Jan

SWISS-BALLOONS/ (PIX) (TV)

Hot air balloons fly over Swiss alpine resort

A Swiss alpine resort holds its 43rd annual Hot Air Balloons week.

24 Jan

JAPAN-WHALING/VENDING MACHINE (PIX) (TV)

Japanese vending machines sells whale sashimi to boost whaling industry

A Japanese whale-hunting company opens a shop in Yokohama with vending machines to sell frozen whale sashimi, steak, skin as well as canned stew, in an effort to boost dwindling demand for a dying food tradition.

24 Jan

MONEY-DEBT/HOLIDAYSHOPPING

How to cure a holiday debt hangover

The holidays are over, and hopefully you took away some lasting memories. Some of them were priceless and others came at a price. Roughly $80 billion in credit card debt was added in the last quarter of 2022 alone, on top of the approximately $95 billion racked up in the first three quarters.

24 Jan 00:00 ET / 05:00 GMT

TESLA-RESULTS/

Preview: Tesla reports fourth-quarter results

Wall Street will focus on the company’s comments on demand, price cuts and how they affect Tesla’s industry-leading margins. Investors will also look for guidance on production plans and commentary on suppy-chain constraints and cost of raw materials used in batteries

24 Jan 01:00 ET / 06:00 GMT

JOHNSON&JOHNSON-RESULTS/ (PIX)

Johnson & Johnson reports fourth-quarter results

Johnson & Johnson is expected to report its fourth-quarter results on Tuesday, setting the tone for earnings of the pharmaceuticals and medical devices sector. Investors will look out for the impact of a stronger dollar to the healthcare conglomerate’s profit and 2023 outlook, comments on performance of its key cancer and arthritis drugs and updates on its spin-off process.

24 Jan 06:25 ET / 11:25 GMT

BRAZIL-ECONOMY/INFLATION

Brazil-Inflation Prelim

Brazil’s statistics agency IBGE publishes inflation data for the month to mid-January. Economists polled by Reuters forecast a 0.54% increase over the previous month.

24 Jan 07:00 ET / 12:00 GMT

MEXICO-ECONOMY/INFLATION

Mexico-Inflation

Mexico’s statistics agency publishes mid-month inflation data for January. Economists polled by Reuters expect headline inflation to have climbed 0.4% over the previous month, while 12-month inflation is seen reaching 7.85%.

24 Jan 07:00 ET / 12:00 GMT

VERIZON-RESULTS/

Verizon Reports Q4 Results

Verizon is expected to post a rise in quarterly revenue on the back of more wireless plan sign-ups on the back of the new iPhone launch. Still, competition between Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile is expected to remain stiff.

24 Jan 07:00 ET / 12:00 GMT

HALLIBURTON-RESULTS/ (PIX)

Halliburton Co reports Q4 results

Oilfield services firm Halliburton Co will report fourth-quarter earnings before the market opens on Tuesday.

24 Jan 08:30 ET / 13:30 GMT

GE-RESULTS/

Q4 2022 General Electric Co Earnings Release

GE is expected to report higher quarterly profit. The focus, however, will be on the company’s efforts to address supplychain bottlenecks and mitigate inflationary pressure.

24 Jan 08:30 ET / 13:30 GMT

USA-FED/PHILADELPHIA (PIX) (TV) (GRAPHIC)

Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank issues monthly Nonmanufacturing Business Outlook Survey

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia issues Nonmanufacturing Business Outlook Survey for January.

24 Jan 08:30 ET / 13:30 GMT

NVIDIA-AI/

Nvidia’a AI conference in Stockholm

Nvidia CEO will host an AI conference along with Marcus Wallenberg.

24 Jan 09:00 ET / 14:00 GMT

SHAW-M&A/CANADA

Rogers-Shaw, Canada regulator to duke it out in federal court over C$20 bln bid

A federal court in Canada will hear on Tuesday whether Rogers Communications Inc’s hotly contested C$20 billion ($14.9 billion) bid for Shaw Communications Inc can prceed or be blocked as recommended by the competition bureau.

24 Jan 09:30 ET / 14:30 GMT

CRIME / LAW / JUSTICE

CALIFORNIA-SHOOTING/ (TV)

California city mourns victims of massacre, searches for gunman’s motive

The California town of Monterey Park, stunned by a massacre during its Lunar New Year festivities, mourns the 10 victims and seeks answers about what could have motivated the gunman to shoot patrons of a ballroom dance venue.

24 Jan

POLITICS / INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

USA-BIDEN/ (PIX) (TV)

Biden hosts Democratic Congress leaders, new members of Congress

U.S. President Joe Biden hosts Democratic congressional leaders at White House, hosts White House Reception for new members of Congress.

24 Jan

BRITAIN-STRIKES/AMBULANCES (PIX) (TV)

British Ambulance workers take strike action over pay dispute

Ambulance workers across the UK are expected to take strike action over an ongoing pay dispute.

24 Jan

HUNGARY-FUEL/PRICES-SLOVAKIA (PIX) (TV)

Hungarians go across the border to Slovakia to fill up on cheaper fuel

Due to tax hikes and market distortions stemming from the fuel price cap which was abolished in December, car fuels in Hungary are now more expensive than in some neighboring countries, prompting Hungarians living near the border to drive over to Slovakia or Romania to fill up their cars.

24 Jan

SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/

Slovak parliament may vote on constitutional change allowing early election

The Slovak parliament is expected to vote on a constitutional change that would make it easier to call an early election. The change follows a collapse of the country’s centre-right cabinet and failed attempts to form a new one, which prompted parties in the failed ruling coalition to agree on an early election on Sept. 30.

24 Jan

UKRAINE-CRISIS/GERMANY-NATO (PIX) (TV)

German Defence Minister Pistorius, NATO’s Stoltenberg speak to reporters

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Germany’s new Defence Minister Boris Pistorius speak to reporters, possibly on Berlin’s decision whether or not to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine.

24 Jan 03:20 ET / 08:20 GMT

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WHO (PIX) (TV)

WHO press conference on COVID-19, mpox and other health issues

World Health Organization director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and other experts brief media on COVID-19 pandemic.

24 Jan 09:30 ET / 14:30 GMT

RELIGION

POPE-CONGO/CHURCH-ELECTION (PIX) (TV)

Congo’s Catholic Church plays outsized role in march to democracy

When Congo’s President Felix Tshisekedi was declared the winner of a 2018 election, the Roman Catholic Church said results tallied by its observers did not match those announced by the election commission. One of Congo’s most trusted institutions, the church has been central to efforts to promote democracy in the central African nation.

24 Jan 01:00 ET / 06:00 GMT

ARTS / CULTURE / ENTERTAINMENT

PHILIPPINES-CHINA/TOURISM (PIX) (TV)

Philippine officials welcome the arrival of Chinese tourists

Officials from the Philippines and the Chinese embassy hold a symbolic welcoming ceremony for the arrival of its tourists at Manila’s main airport after Beijing relaxed its borders.

24 Jan 03:45 ET / 08:45 GMT

AWARDS-OSCARS/NOMINATIONS (PIX) (TV)

And the nominees for the Oscars are…

The annual Academy Awards lists its nominees at an early morning announcement

24 Jan 08:30 ET / 13:30 GMT

MUSIC-TICKETMASTER/CONGRESS (PIX) (TV)

Live Nation CFO Berchtold testifies at Senate hearing on ticket industry issues

Live Nation Entertainment Chief Financial Officer Joe Berchtold testifies in U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on competition in ticketing industry. Witnesses at hearing also include top executives from SeatGeek and Jam Productions, according to Judiciary Committee’s website.

24 Jan 10:00 ET / 15:00 GMT

SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY

SENEGAL-ENVIRONMENT/PINK-LAKE (PIX) (TV)

Life no longer rosy around Senegal’s Pink Lake after floods

On the shore of Senegal’s Pink Lake, salt farmer Pape Sira Ba bagged up what may be his last harvest after extreme floods contaminated the lake and turned its famous waters green, threatening thousands who depend on it for their livelihoods.

24 Jan 04:00 ET / 09:00 GMT

SCIENCE-DOOMSDAYCLOCK/ (PIX) (TV)

Scientists unveil latest movement of ‘Doomsday Clock’

The U.S.-based Bulletin of Atomic Scientists announces the location of the minute hand on its closely watched Doomsday Clock, indicating what world developments mean for the perceived likelihood of nuclear catastrophe.

24 Jan 10:00 ET / 15:00 GMT

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