Apple, in particular, faces challenges from the lack of a design upgrade for the latest SE and a $30 increase in its price from the 2020 model, analysts have said.
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The withdrawal, effective beginning Tuesday, comes weeks after its e-commerce arm Shopee said it was pulling out of France and after India banned Sea's popular gaming app "Free Fire".
Sri Lanka's oldest and first international airport was relaunched on Sunday with its first international flight landing in 54 years, aviation officials said.
President Volodymyr Zelensky said Sunday that Ukraine had received offers of support from Russian businessmen and that Kyiv would give refuge to anyone who backed his country's fight against Moscow.
Will Smith walked up the stage and punched Chris Rock on his face for cracking a joke on his wife Jada Pinkett.
The government announced that China's Biggest city will lock down its eastern half for five days of testing beginning Monday, followed by a similar shutdown of its western half beginning April 1.
Scholz told German state television channel ARD, “Regime change is not the objective of NATO, nor that of the US president",
The 94th Academy Awards' ceremony is being held at Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre. The ceremony, which used to usually be held in February-end or March-beginning, was delayed due to the pandemic.
Western officials on Friday named seven Russian generals they said had so far been killed, and another who had been sacked, during the war in Ukraine.
President Emmanuel Macron said Friday France was working with Turkey and Greece on a "humanitarian operation" to evacuate people from the devastated Ukrainian city of Mariupol under attack by Russian forces.
The United States called Friday for tougher international sanctions against North Korea at the UN Security Council, accusing Pyongyang of "increasingly dangerous provocations" after it test-fired its largest-ever intercontinental ballistic missile.
The French leader said he believed Moscow was using the step as "a mechanism to circumvent" EU sanctions against it for the assault on Ukraine.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has tied the knot with long-time partner Stella Moris in high security Belmarsh Prison in southeast London on Wednesday.
A labourer was killed allegedly by a teenager for breaking the latter's mobile phone in Nagpur city, Maharashtra, police said on Thursday.
The crucial session of the Pakistan National Assembly will begin on Friday in which the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan will be moved.
The United States imposed new sanctions Thursday on entities and people in Russia and North Korea after Pyongyang's latest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test.
President Joe Biden said Thursday he would be happy if his 2024 re-election bid turns out to be a re-run of the 2020 matchup against Donald Trump.
The US is no longer dominating several advanced technologies, an influential American Senator in Washington has observed, saying that India, Russia, and China have advantages on hypersonic technology.
A Russian journalist for the investigative news outlet The Insider was killed when Russian troops shelled a residential neighbourhood in the Ukrainian capital, the outlet said Wednesday, the latest reporter to die in war.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday that he was prepared to hold up the dialogue with Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, over the war in Ukraine.