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It has also affected the ability to post updates to its service health dashboard, the company said. Amazon Kinesis, a part of its cloud offerings, collects, processes and analyzes real-time data and offers insights.
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Australia striker Tomi Juric is returning to the A-League with Adelaide United after five seasons playing in Europe. Juric, who had A-League stints with Adelaide and Western Sydney from 2013-15 and has played 41 internationals for the Socceroos, returns after playing in the Netherlands, Switzerland and most recently in Bulgaria with CSKA Sofia.
Ireland's prime minister said on Wednesday there was still time for a "good result" in trade talks between Britain and the European Union, though the bloc's chief executive said the risk of a no-deal split on Dec. 31 remained. The European Commission head, Ursula von der Leyen, said the bloc was ready for the possibility of Britain leaving the EU without a new trade accord despite "genuine progress" in the tortuous Brexit talks. Britain left the EU in January and a status quo transition period expires at the end of this year.
Jordan has pledged he won't keep a cent from the ESPN docuseries.
Japan's Olympics minister Seiko Hashimoto said it was not the central government's role to look into reports about large payments the Tokyo campaign made to various entities in the run-up to the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) vote in 2013. In response to a question from a lawmaker about Reuters' reporting on the subject, Hashimoto said it was the responsibility of the Japanese Olympic Committee and the Tokyo metropolitan government to explain the bid's activities. IOC chief Thomas Bach said last week no IOC rules were infringed by payments in 2013 and 2014 totaling more than $8 million from the Tokyo Olympic bid committee to an executive of the Tokyo organising committee.
Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces an investigation of potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of Sona Nanotech Inc. (OTC: SNANF) resulting from allegations that Sona may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public.
Images of Diego Maradona adorn the nation’s front pages following his death aged 60.
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The Crown ridiculed: Bob Hawke did not call the Queen a pig, or a pom – he was better than thatViewers say real Hawke outshines dramatised version, as footage of the former Australian prime minister highlights the show’s inaccuracies
U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers may soon give markets a better steer on how long they'll continue to buy bonds to provide support to an economy under siege from a resurgence of coronavirus infections and still struggling to recover from a historic recession, minutes from their latest policy-setting meeting show. The new guidance could also map out what conditions policymakers would need to see before paring back asset purchases, the minutes suggested. Although a few policymakers were hesitant to make near-term changes to the guidance because of the uncertain outlook, "many participants judged that the Committee might want to enhance its guidance for asset purchases fairly soon," according to the minutes released Wednesday from the Fed's Nov. 4-5 meeting.
Germany announced Wednesday that it will push for Europe to ban ski holidays in a bid to curb coronavirus infections, while cases of Covid-19 reached a new peak of more than 60 million globally.
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Too many of Britain's companies use formulaic explanations about diversity, climate change policy and leadership that provide little detail for investors, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) said on Thursday. The FRC supervises how companies comply with its Stewardship Code of governance best practice, requiring them to explain in a "clear and compelling" way if they choose to ignore some parts. "Unfortunately, some companies continue to treat the Code as a box-ticking exercise," the FRC said in a review.
A Cambodian court on Thursday began hearing the cases of nearly 130 opponents and government critics charged with treason for taking part in nonviolent political activities over the past three years, in what one of them described as a sham trial. Most of those being tried by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court are former members or supporters of the Cambodia National Rescue Party. As the sole opposition party in Parliament, it had been expected to offer a strong challenge to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s ruling Cambodian People’s party in the 2018 general election.
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James Wolfensohn, a former investment banker who pushed through debt relief for the poorest nations during a decade at the helm of the World Bank, has died, the Bank said Wednesday. Wolfensohn, a former Salomon Brothers partner, was appointed as president of the global development bank by then-U.S. President Bill Clinton and led the Bank from June 1995 through May 2005.
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