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- London: Number of rough sleepers hits record highThe number of rough sleepers in the British capital London has shown a record increase to reach more than 2,000, according to new data.
- US Fed cuts interest rates for third time this year as economy slowsUS Federal Reserve on Wednesday lowered interest rates by 25 basis points amid a further slowdown in US economic growth, the central bank's third rate cut this year.
- Kazakh boxers win four medals at Tokyo 2020 Test EventsKazakh boxers have won 2 gold and 2 silver medals at Tokyo 2020 Test Events,
- Parliament passes free high school education billSouth Korea's National Assembly on Thursday passed revised bills that provide the grounds for free high school education.
- Kazakhstan and the Netherlands debate economic cooperation issuesAs part of his official trip to The Hague, Kazakh Prime Minister Askar Mamin held talks with his counterpart, Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte.
- Chinese scientists develop new material for treatment of liver cancerChinese scientists have developed a nanometer material that can be used for liver cancer treatment, according to the Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences Wednesday.
- Historical castle burned down in Okinawa as predawn fire ragesThe main building of an Okinawa castle listed as a World Heritage site has burned down in a predawn fire, with authorities working to control the blaze that has also engulfed other buildings in the castle complex, police said.