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    AP News

    China seeks ways to revive slowing economy and salvage its property market

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    1. China's slowing economy will be the main focus of this week's meeting of its ceremonial national legislature, with the Communist Party seeking ways to stimulate stronger, sustained growth. The country is facing challenges such as an aging workforce, strained relations with the U.S., and a crisis in housing construction -- a key driver of the economy.
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    Economy
    5 min read
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    CNN

    Ukraine: Eastern villages tumble as Russia exposes vulnerable defenses

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    1. Russian forces have made significant advances in Ukraine, challenging the country's new line of defense set up after their withdrawal from the key town of Avdiivka. Three villages have fallen to Russian forces, and the defensive line Ukraine declared it would fall back to has come under heavy Russian assault.
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    World Affairs
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    Mashable

    I spent a week using AI tools in my daily life. Here's how it went

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    1. Despite the hype and investment in generative AI, it is still a novelty for most people and has yet to become an indispensable tool.
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    Tech
    10 min read
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    BBC

    Could product passports revolutionise the way we shop?

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    1. The European Union is introducing Digital Product Passports to improve sustainability. DPPs capture data about the environmental impact of products, their composition, their production and history. Industrial and electric vehicle batteries will be the first products to have mandatory DPPs from 2027, with other product categories expected to follow by 2030.
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    Tech
    5 min read
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    TIME

    Ten surprising facts about women’s history month

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    1. Women's History Month is celebrated in March in the U.S., U.K., Australia and other countries, with International Women's Day on March 8. The origins of International Women's Day can be traced back to a holiday honoring women in New York City in 1909. It was first recognized in Europe in 1911.
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    Politics
    3 min read

On a lighter note

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    El Pais

    The meaning of John Lennon’s 'disobedient glasses’

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    1. The iconic round glasses worn by John Lennon have a rich history and symbolism, starting as a piece of craftsmanship in Germany, becoming popular in England, and eventually becoming a statement in themselves.
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    Culture
    6 min read

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