The United States announced a $1.2 billion healthcare campaign linked to telehealth and cardiovascular testing

The US Department of Justice unveiled a $1.2 billion health care fraud campaign on Wednesday, revealing criminal charges against 36 defendants for alleged fraudulent billing schemes linked to telemedicine, genetic testing, cardiovascular and equipment. The criminal charges, revealed in 13 federal districts between July 11 through July 20, target clinical lab owners, marketers, medical professionals … Read more

Turkey denies responsibility for an attack on Dohuk that killed eight

Sulaymaniyah, Iraq (Reuters) – The Iraqi government will summon the Iraqi charge d’affaires in Turkey for consultations after accusing Ankara of carrying out a raid on a mountain resort in the northern Iraqi province of Dohuk, the official Iraqi News Agency reported. . Read more Turkey refuted Iraq’s allegations that it carried out a raid … Read more

France battles massive wildfires, and bakes Britain in a record heat wave

Forest fires burn forests in the Gironde, southwest France UK temperatures top 40 degrees Celsius for the first time Germany and Belgium brace for possible record temperatures More than 30 wildfires destroy parts of Spain Portugal has more than 1,000 deaths from the heat wave LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) – Firefighters in southwest France struggled to contain … Read more

Putin meets Iranian President in his first visit outside the former Soviet Union since the Ukraine war

Putin meets Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei and President Raisi The Russian President and Erdogan discuss Ukraine’s grain exports The Turkish threat to the Syrian operation is also in focus LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Iran on Tuesday, the first visit by a Kremlin leader … Read more

The contenders for the British Prime Minister quarrel over tax cuts in a TV debate

Five challenged to succeed Boris Johnson as British Prime Minister The second of three televised debates on Sunday Tax plans at the heart of the hot contest Polls show a conflicting picture of who is the winner LONDON (Reuters) – The five Conservative party contenders still vying for Britain’s next prime minister battled over tax … Read more

‘Climate change affects everyone’: Europe battles wildfires in scorching heat

Climate scientists say heat waves are more frequent and intense Hundreds of deaths are attributed to the heat in Portugal Britain braced for its hottest day ever Temperatures in Spain in recent days have reached 45.7 ° C GURT, Spain, July 17 (Reuters) – Authorities in southern Europe struggled on Sunday to control massive wildfires … Read more

Biden confronts Saudi crown prince over Khashoggi murder, expects action on energy

JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden said on Friday he told Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman he held him responsible for the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, shortly after the kingdom dealt a fatal blow. De facto ruling. On a trip to restore relations with a country he described … Read more

Big default? Dozens of countries are in the danger zone

LONDON (Reuters) – Traditional debt crisis indicators point to currency collapses, 1,000 basis point bond spreads and burnt foreign exchange reserves to a record number of developing countries now in trouble. Lebanon, Sri Lanka, Russia, Suriname and Zambia are already in default, Belarus is on the brink and at least a dozen others are in … Read more

Analysis: Why Elon Musk’s battle with Twitter may lead to more SEC scrutiny

WASHINGTON, July 14 (Reuters) – Twitter Inc. (TWTR.N) The fight with Elon Musk to enforce his $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform could draw scrutiny from the US securities regulator on whether Musk misled the market during the deal. Twitter on Tuesday asked a Delaware court to order the president of Tesla … Read more

The signing of a joint pledge between the United States and Israel to deprive Iran of acquiring nuclear weapons

Israel and the United States indicate unity in dealing with Iran Biden says US won’t wait forever for Iran deal Lapid suggests that the pledge is a way to avoid open conflict Iran denies it is seeking nuclear weapons JERUSALEM (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid signed a joint … Read more