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© Reuters. Protesters march during a rally against military rule following last month’s coup in Khartoum, Sudan December 30, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

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(Reuters) – Sudan’s Abdalla Hamdok has resigned as prime minister, six weeks after returning to his post following a military coup in October.

The move deepens uncertainty around Sudan’s political future and a transition towards elections since the 2019 downfall of long-serving ruler Omar al-Bashir.

WHY DID HAMDOK RESIGN?

Hamdok https://www.reuters.com/markets/currencies/sudans-abdalla-hamdok-2022-01-02 had served as prime minister for more than two years under a power-sharing arrangement between civilians and the army, until the military toppled him

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Gibraltar-based tech group Valereum Blockchain announced the acquisition of Juno Group, a company that aids in the establishment and administration of trusts, money management and enterprise creation in Gibraltar.

Juno is a company that Valereum describes as having three areas of licensed operation: the management of trusts and similar entities, the administration of cash for a range of activities, including both fiat and cryptocurrency transactions and the incorporation and management of businesses in Gibraltar and other countries around the world.

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A vial, syringe, and small toy figures are seen in front of displayed South Africa flag in this illustration taken, February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

By Wendell Roelf

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) -A booster dose of Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:) Inc’s single-dose COVID-19 vaccine was 84% effective at preventing hospitalisation in South African healthcare workers who became infected as the Omicron variant spread, researchers said on Thursday.

The real-world study, which has not been peer-reviewed, was based on a second dose of the J&J vaccine administered to 69,092 workers between Nov. 15 and Dec. 20.

An initial

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele speaks during a ceremony to lay the first stone of Chivo Vet, a veterinary hospital financed with the gains El Salvador has obtained from its bitcoin operations, in Antiguo Cuscatlan, El Salvador November 1

By Sarah Kinosian

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) – A former senior Salvadoran anti-corruption prosecutor said President Nayib Bukele’s government shut down his unit’s investigation into its alleged negotiations with violent street gangs to help expand its power, as the United States steps up pressure on the Central American country over those talks.

    German Arriaza, who headed an anti-corruption

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New Crypto Project, “The Show Goes On” Coin, Announces 2022 Plans to Build a Circus in the Metaverse

The Show Goes On (TSGO) today announced plans to build a circus in the metaverse. At the moment, tech and finance headlines are filled with jaw-dropping news of “mega super yachts” and “Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT” selling for insane amounts, some even up to $3 million dollars. For those that are more versed and understanding of this new digital frontier, and for those newbies exploring and doing some research into the major brands and companies exploring and already producing, you quickly

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Workers are seen in a building undergoing construction at Mexico City, Mexico January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The Mexican economy unexpectedly shrank by 0.2% in October from the previous month, as the country’s faltering recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic dragged into the fourth quarter, official data showed on Friday.

October’s seasonally-adjusted contraction was the third month-on-month decline in economic activity in a row, figures from national statistics agency INEGI showed.

A Reuters poll of analysts had forecast the economy would grow by 0.8% during October following a disappointing

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