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Texas Sate Food Truck Introduces Indonesian Sate

Barbeque or grilled meat is a favorite food of Americans in the state of Texas. This is what made a mixed Vietnamese and Indonesian diaspora couple, decided to open a ‘Sate Texas’ food truck and position it as a barbecue packaged into satay to attract US citizens to try it.

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In the midst of the crisis, Facebook changed its name to Meta

Social media company Facebook is now struggling to change its company name to Meta Platforms Inc – or “Meta” for short – to reflect what CEO Mark Zuckerberg has to say about his commitment to developing around-yourself-technology known as “ metaverse.” But the social media network itself will still be …

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New York Firefighters Protest About Vaccine Mandate

Hundreds of firefighters, New York city government employees and their supporters protest against the COVID-19 vaccine mandate policy in front of the official residence of the mayor of New York on Thursday (28/10). Police officers, firefighters, and most other city government employees must show proof that they have received at …

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UN Urges Sudanese Military To Release Detained Officials

The United Nations on Thursday (28/10) urged military officers who toppled Sudan’s civilian-led transitional government to immediately release all officials who continue to be unlawfully detained in the northern East African country. The coup earlier this week came after tensions between military and civilian leaders escalated in recent weeks. The …

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Ahead of Climate Summit, China Doesn’t Offer Significant New Goals

While world leaders gathered in Glasgow, Scotland, for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), China announced on Thursday (28/10) that it had no significant new goals for reducing emissions that cause climate change, even though the country is a major emitter of carbon dioxide. and various other greenhouse gases …

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Prices Soared Due to Jammed Distribution of Goods

Prices of goods in the US soared as a result of the global distribution channel jammed and manufacturers charge increased shipping costs to consumers. According to analysts, US consumers will have to spend more with a more limited choice of goods in the shopping season later this year. Here’s the …

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Japan to Hold Elections on Sunday

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s term in office could be short-lived, while his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) could lose its majority. That is the result of a recent poll by the Yomiuri Shimbun and Asahi Shimbun newspapers, Reuters news agency reported. General elections in Japan will be held on Sunday …

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