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South Africa prepares to share Omicron samples with world’s leading biosecurity agencies
Pharma groups run lab tests after WHO raises alarm about strain with worrying array of mutations
Macron accuses Johnson of failing to act seriously after UK PM makes demands in public letter
Higher prices and more stingy discounts propel billions in sales at start of holiday season
Incoming government praised for stance on LGBTQ+ rights and easing immigrants into jobs
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Volodymyr Zelensky says plans were being made to unseat him as early as next week
Spain’s market regulator chided the high-profile athlete over tweet about the crypto platform
The UK company is bigger and more profitable than its US-listed competitor — but has a far lower valuation
Strong spirits demand and vaccine vial competition prompt search for new vessels
State-controlled group to prioritise oil and gas exploration and production
Video game analysts are questioning the economic sustainability of pay-to-play ‘Axie’
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Full analysis of trial results shows molnupiravir had a risk reduction of 30%
At stake is the stability of a country plagued by corruption, drug trafficking and one of the world’s highest murder rates
Maduro government easily overcomes regional poll challenge from fragmented rival parties
Taming inflation while promoting economic recovery will be a big test of his second four-year term
World’s biggest polluter might hit peak emissions earlier than forecast as growth eases
Rich countries are not practising what they preach on fossil fuel funding
Advances in technology and funding have sparked optimism in an area that has promised much but delivered little in six decades
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Twenty-seven asylum seekers heading to Britain drowned, leading to probing questions about how the situation can be resolved
FT dashboard tracks responses to the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance
Eve Cornwell and other social media ‘studytube’ stars are now trainee City lawyers, giving legal careers a popularity boost
Worries about impact of Omicron strain knock airline shares while vaccine makers rally
Brent and WTI crude grades record biggest one-day losses since April 2020
Shares in payments group plunge after debut, raising concerns it could derail flotations of other companies
Facebook’s reinvention aims to create a standardised virtual reality where the house always wins
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