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· Afghan president to free up to 2,000 Taliban prisoners after ceasefire offer →
Before yesterday's announcement, Kabul had already released about 1,000 Taliban inmates while the insurgents had freed roughly 300 members of the Afghan security forces.
· All About The Bitcoin Halving →
A report last year found that Bitcoin mining globally used roughly the same amount of electricity as the entire country of Switzerland.
· Hard times for Boeing, long a symbol of American might →
“There is no question that the MAX problems, the accidents, set us back and set us back for roughly two years,” Calhoun said earlier this month on Fox Business Network.
· A Covid-19 fatali-tea: How Subang Jaya’s Boba Street bubble burst →
Today, after about two months of lockdown, roughly half of the 15 outlets on Boba Street had to close their doors for good.
· The world's most followed stock index is set for a drastic makeover →
Bed Bath & Beyond and Macy's are down roughly 70 per cent.
· Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory, experts question efficiency →
More than 40.000 people have been infected amid a population of roughly 2.8 million.
· Coronavirus updates LIVE: Pressure mounts on British PM after aide is accused of flouting lockdown rules; four states report no new cases for more than a week →
More than half the roughly 22,000 South Africans who have been infected with the virus have recovered, but 429 people have died.
· Weirdly, Intu Might Be Saved By The Lockdown →
That's roughly what we would have predicted for Intu as things slowly and progressively got worse.
· Apple Hospitality - How Things Changed, And What's Next →
Saying COVID-19's impact on Apple Hospitality is 'unprecedented' might seem like an obvious statement as the company's IPOed roughly 5 years ago.
· Brookline Bancorp: A Safe Haven In Unstable Times →
But overall, commercial finance seems to be doing fine; roughly 40% of the value of the deferred loans for this segment were Dunkin Donuts.