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Reuters · 09/13/2022 18:00

Here are the top stories and upcoming coverage plans for Reuters text service as of 6 a.m. SGT/ 10 p.m. GMT. For a full schedule of and events, go to our editorial calendar on Reuters Connect.




Queen's coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace as huge crowds line London route

LONDON/BELFAST, Sept 13 (Reuters) - King Charles and members of the royal family received the coffin of the late Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, after tens of thousands of people lined the streets in heavy rain to mark its arrival in the British capital.


Ukraine vows to drive out Russian forces as U.S. readies more military aid

BALAKLIIA, Ukraine, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Ukraine handed out aid in a battle-scarred town on Tuesday after driving back Russian forces in the and vowed to free all of its territory, calling on the West to speed up deliveries of weapons to back the dramatic advance.



Trump ally wins bid to bar photos of 'lavish properties' from foreign agent trial

NEW YORK, Sept 13 (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Tuesday ruled that prosecutors cannot show pictures of "lavish properties" owned by Tom Barrack, a former top fundraiser for Donald Trump, at Barrack's upcoming trial on charges of acting as an illegal foreign agent.


Biden celebrates 'Inflation Reduction Act' as food, rent prices climb

WASHINGTON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden celebrated his climate change and drug pricing law, The Inflation Reduction Act, on Tuesday on the White House lawn, highlighting Democrats' commitment to progressive priorities even as high consumer prices continue to bite.



Stubbornly high rents, food prices boost U.S. inflation in August

WASHINGTON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer prices unexpectedly rose in August and underlying inflation accelerated amid rising costs for rents and healthcare, giving the Federal Reserve ammunition to deliver a third 75 basis points interest rate hike Wednesday.


Twitter whistleblower reveals employees concerned China agent could collect user data

The FBI informed Twitter Inc of at least one Chinese agent working at the company, U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley said during a Senate hearing on Tuesday where a whistleblower testified, raising concerns about foreign meddling at the influential social media platform.



Actress Jennifer Hudson wants her talk show to give guests a platform

LOS ANGELES, Sept 13 (Reuters) - American singer and actress Jennifer Hudson this week debuted her own one-hour syndicated talk show, "The Jennifer Hudson Show."



Spurs' players have to accept rotation - Conte

Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte said his players will have to accept squad rotation this season and even the likes of Son Heung-min, who finished the last campaign as the Premier League's joint-top scorer, will play every game.


Boston Marathon adds runner option for 2023 race

Nonbinary athletes will be able to compete in year's Boston Marathon without having to register in either the men's or the women's divisions, organisers for the United States' most popular running event said.




Queen's coffin transported to Parliament in military procession

The late Queen Elizabeth's coffin is transported in a public procession from Buckingham Palace to the Houses of Parliament for her lying in state, accompanied by a military parade and members of the Royal Family including King Charles. The cortege will make the journey through central London - along Queen's Gardens, The Mall, Horse Guards and Horse Guards Arch, Whitehall, Parliament Street, Parliament Square and New Palace Yard.

Sep 14


People watch procession of Queen's coffin on screens in park

People watch on giant screens in Hyde Park as the late Queen's coffin is brought in a military procession from her home at Buckingham Palace to parliament where she will lie in state.

Sep 14



Thai court to hold special meeting on PM's tenure

Thailand's Constitutional Court will hold a special meeting on Wednesday to examine statements given by suspended Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha over the dispute related to the limit of his eight-year tenure.

Sep 14


Reuters to interview top for Colombia´s ELN in Havana

Reuters in Cuba interviews Pablo Beltran, top for Colombia´s National Liberation Army rebel group, as talk of fresh gain steam under elected Colombian president Gustavo Petro.

Sep 14


From bombs to ballet: Russian choreographer leads Ukrainian refuges in London ballet

Renowned Russian choreographer Alexi Ratmansky leads a ballet company of Ukrainian dancers who have fled the war in Russia in an adaptation of 'Giselle.' Ratmansky left Moscow at the outbreak of the war and started to build the United Ukrainian Ballet Company which is touring around Europe and arrives in London in September. All ticket profits will go to humanitarian organizations supporting Ukrainians.

Sep 14


Bosnian Serb parliament due to vote on a German ambassador agreement

The parliament of Bosnia's autonomous Serb Republic due to vote on whether a German ambassador should get agreement to serve in Bosnia, after Serb presidency member Milorad Dodik had rejected him at the session of the country's three-man presidency and two other members endorsed him.

Sep 14


Biden visits Detroit to promote electric vehicle manufacturing

U.S. President Joe Biden visits Detroit Auto Show to highlight electric vehicle manufacturing.

Sep 14


Philippines' foreign minister at a defence forum

Philippines' foreign minister Enrique Manalo delivers opening remarks at an Indo-Pacific defence forum.

14 Sep 01:00 ET / 01:00 GMT


More Canadians see monarchy as 'outdated' but political risks block change

A growing of Canadians do want a foreign monarch to represent them despite deep historical ties to Britain and affection for the queen, but risks that come with constitutional reform mean there is little political will for change.

14 Sep 05:00 ET / 05:00 GMT


These U.S. election deniers want to run elections in 2024 battlegrounds

A FACTBOX listing the Republican election deniers running to become Secretary of State and Governor in key presidential battleground states, positions that will give them the authority to run elections in their states in 2024.

14 Sep 06:00 ET / 06:00 GMT


EU executive chief Von der Leyen delivers state of the European Union address

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivers state of the European Union address to the European Parliament.

14 Sep 07:00 ET / 07:00 GMT


IAEA's Board of Governors holds quarterly meeting

The U.N. watchdog's 35- Board of Governors holds a week-long quarterly meeting, with Iran, Ukraine and the AUKUS submarine deal on the agenda.

14 Sep 08:00 ET / 08:00 GMT


Kenya's women leaders look to president to keep his promises

Kenyan President William Ruto, who was sworn into office on Tuesday, is taking power at a time when the country has the largest of elected female representatives in history - and they want him to keep his promise of getting more women into politics.

14 Sep 09:30 ET / 09:30 GMT


A preview for Trump ally Barrack's upcoming trial on foreign agent charges

A preview of the upcoming trial of Tom Barrack, a private equity executive and top Trump ally and fundraiser, on charges of acting as an unregistered agent of the United Arab Emirates.

14 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Exodus of moderate U.S. lawmakers sets the stage for an even more polarized House

Get ready for an exodus of U.S. moderate lawmakers. The most politically moderate representatives in the House of Representatives are leaving in 2022 at more than twice the rate of their more partisan colleagues, according to a Reuters analysis, potentially deepening the polarization that has already made bipartisan lawmaking a rare occurrence in the ’s capital.

14 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


WHO press conference on Monkeypox, COVID-19 and Ukraine

World Health Organization director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and other experts brief media on Monkeypox outbreak, COVID-19 pandemic and situation in Ukraine.

14 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Weekly Austrian cabinet meeting

Ministers hold a conference after Austria's weekly cabinet meeting.

14 Sep 10:15 ET / 10:15 GMT


Social media firms testify at U.S. Senate Homeland Security hearing

U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee conducts hearing with Facebook parent Meta Platforms, Alphabet's YouTube, Twitter and short video app TikTok on social media's impact on homeland security.

14 Sep 14:00 ET / 14:00 GMT


U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to hold conference U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to hold conference ahead of the annual gathering of world leaders for the U.N. General Assembly, which starts Sept. 20.

14 Sep 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT



Typhoon Muifa approaches Asia's largest shipping hub Shangha

Muifa has intensified into a strong typhoon and is expected to strengthen as it moves through the East China Sea, making landfall on Wednesday in the coastal areas of Zhejiang province, the Chinese weather forecaster warned on Tuesday.

Sep 14



Verdict expected in case of Trevali managers charged in deadly Burkina Faso mine flood

A verdict is expected in the case of two managers for Canadian miner Trevali and a contractor who are being tried on charges relating to a flood at a mine in Burkina Faso in April that killed eight workers.

Sep 14


'Queen's Counsel' more, 'King's Counsel' return to UK courts after 70 years

About 1,900 elite UK lawyers and hundreds of others in Commonwealth countries who held the rank of "Queen’s Counsel" became "King’s Counsel" when Queen Elizabeth died last week, instantly assuming a title that had gathered dust since the queen took the throne in 1952.

14 Sep 05:00 ET / 05:00 GMT



Czech government meets to approve plans to compensate high power prices for industry

Government meets to approve plans to compensate high power prices for industry after announcing caps for households and the public sector on Monday, equivalent to around 200 euros per megawatt hour.

Sep 14


European Commission announces draft rules to ban products, imports made by forced labour

The European Commission proposes rules to ban products made with forced labour or those imported into the 27-country European Union, a move driven by EU lawmakers concerned about human rights in the Chinese province of Xinjiang

Sep 14


AIG's life unit CoreBridge set to price IPO

CoreBridge, the life and retirement unit of AIG AIG.N, is set to test the appetite of investors this week as it prepares to price its initial public offering. CoreBridge is planning to raise as much as $1.9 billion from its IPO -- if it manages to raise funds at the upper end of the price range, it would be the largest share sale on U.S. stock exchanges this year.

Sep 14


Cambodian PM Hun Sen to speak at ASEAN economics ministers meeting

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen makes a keynote speech at a meeting in Phnom Penh of ASEAN economy ministers.

Sep 14


European Commission proposes draft EU rules targeting smart devices with cybersecurity risks

The European Commission proposes draft rules requiring manufacturers of laptops, fridges to mobile apps and other smart devices connected to the internet to assess their cybersecurity risks and fix them or risk hefty fines

Sep 14


Volkswagen, PowerCo, SVOLT, CATL executives speak at "Batteries for Europe" conference in Germany

A conference on the development of Europe's battery industry for electric vehicles takes place in Braunschweig, Germany, featuring talks by the chief executive of PowerCo, the presidents of CATL Europe and SVOLT Europe, and Volkswagen board member Thomas Schmall.

Sep 14


France expected to announce power price cap

The French government is expected to announce a electricity price cap for year to shield households form soaring energy prices. French electricity and gas regulators separately publish their forecasts for this winter.

Sep 14


U.S. SEC set to unveil Treasury market reforms

The U.S. SEC on Wednesday will unveil proposed reforms to the $23 trillion Treasury bond market.

14 Sep 00:00 ET / 00:00 GMT


FACTBOX: Here are the highlights of the SEC Treasury market reforms proposals

Here are the highlights of the SEC Treasury market reforms proposals

14 Sep 04:30 ET / 04:30 GMT


India releases WPI Inflation data for Aug

India will release wholesale price index (WPI) based inflation data for the month of August, a proxy for producers prices, on Wednesday, Sept 14, at 12 . (India Standard Time). Annual WPI inflation rate likely eased to 13.00% in August, helped by fall in global commodity prices, from 13.93% in the previous month.

14 Sep 06:30 ET / 06:30 GMT


Europe's second-top court rules on Google's challenge against 4.34 bln euro EU antitrust fine in Android case

The General Court rules on Google's challenge against a record 4.34 bln euro EU antitrust fine levied for using its Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals, a judgment that could have a bearing on other ongoing EU investigations into the company in other areas and Apple

14 Sep 07:30 ET / 07:30 GMT


Semicon Taiwan opens

Semicon Taiwan takes places, an important global trade show for the semiconductor industry, formally opens.

14 Sep 09:00 ET / 09:00 GMT



Ghana stats office will release consumer price inflation data for Aug. Inflation accelerated to 31.7% in July prompting the central bank to hike its prime interest rate in August by 300 basis points to 22%.

14 Sep - 21 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Bummer of a summer for a Fed still hung up on inflation

Federal Reserve officials adjourned their July 26-27 policy meeting with an unusually long eight-week break before their gathering, sending a heavier-than- amount of U.S. data about inflation, jobs, and the economy to their in-boxes.

14 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


The U.S. oil executive making a big bet on combating climate change

The chief executive of a small U.S. oil company has jumped to the forefront of the energy industry's greenhouse gas reduction efforts, recruiting big- firms to his vision of striking it big by selling access to carbon storage developments.

14 Sep 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Statistics Canada updates crop production estimates

Statistics Canada releases updated estimates of the size of Canada's wheat, canola and other crops.

14 Sep 12:30 ET / 12:30 GMT