Gas prices jump as Germany suspends certification of Kremlin-backed Nord Stream 2 pipeline

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Joe Biden and Xi Jinping have agreed to hold talks aimed at reducing tensions as US anxiety grows over China’s expanding nuclear arsenal and its recent test of a hypersonic weapon, Germany’s energy regulator said it had “temporarily suspended” certification of the Kremlin-backed Nord Stream 2 pipeline, and today a high stakes trial involving the Holy See’s investments in a London property development is set to resume in a court in the Vatican. 

US and China agree to hold talks on nuclear arsenals

https://www.ft.com/content/6e8ad43b-0bb8-4d03-b768-dcb534589841

Germany suspends certification of Nord Stream 2 pipeline - with Erika Solomon

https://www.ft.com/content/a5141b69-0655-48b2-a53a-76d841b02702

Vatican cardinal goes on trial in landmark financial corruption case - with Miles Johnson 

https://www.ft.com/content/9ead42bd-d6bb-4b02-b160-00cfd0e400f3

UK ad watchdog investigates ‘meme coin’ Floki Inu’s London marketing blitz

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