Top headlines of the day | 15 July 2021

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‘Wobbling’ moon will cause devastating worldwide flooding, Nasa warns

Coastal cities under threat from ‘rapidly increasing high tide floods’ which could occur in clusters lasting a month or more say, scientists.

NASA  is warning of a “wobble” in the moon’s orbit that is set to see the world face significantly more natural disasters.

 An onslaught of coastal flooding starting in the mid-2030s is expected, Nasa has warned

U.S. Senate passes bill to ban all products from China’s Xinjiang

The U.S. cannot support forced labour and religious persecution.

Japanese businesses increasingly fear a backlash over potential human rights violations at their indirect partners as the U.S. renews its warning against companies linked to forced labour allegations in China’s Xinjiang region.

Consul General of China to Karachi. The Consulate covers Sindh and Balochistan Provinces of Pakistan replied that All ethnic groups in China’s Xinjiang enjoy equal rights to economic development and are moving steadily towards the goal of common prosperity, a white paper said on Wednesday.

China calls on Pakistan to protect projects valued at tens of billions of dollars after a bus blast kills 12 people including nine Chinese citizens

China’s economy grew 7.9% in the second quarter from the year-earlier — in line with estimates and down from 18.3% in the previous quarter.

BloombergTV puts China’s economic data

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