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'Tasty, full stop': Former McDonald's restaurants rebrand and reopen in Moscow

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'Tasty, full stop': Former McDonald's restaurants rebrand and reopen in Moscow

'Tasty, full stop': Former McDonald's restaurants rebrand and reopen in Moscow

The restaurants were sold to a Russian owner and have relaunched on Sunday after McDonald's withdrew over Russia's invasion of Ukraine.


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Study Suggests Link Between Eating Habits and Reduced Cognitive Function [Video]

Study Suggests Link Between Eating Habits and Reduced Cognitive Function

Study Suggests Link , Between Eating Habits , and Reduced Cognitive Function. CNN reports that a new study has revealed a link between eating ultraprocessed foods and cognitive decline. . The study defined ultraprocessed foods as , "industrial formulations of food substances (oils, fats, sugars, starch, and protein isolates) that contain little or no whole foods and typically include flavorings, colorings, emulsifiers, and other cosmetic additives.". According to the study, consuming more that 20% of your daily caloric intake from ultraprocessed foods can impact areas of the brain involved with executive function. According to the study, consuming more that 20% of your daily caloric intake from ultraprocessed foods can impact areas of the brain involved with executive function. Executive function includes the ability to process information and make decisions. People with the highest intake of ultraprocessed foods experienced a 28% faster rate of overall cognitive decline and a 25% faster rate of executive function decline. . People who consumed more than 20% of daily calories from processed foods had a 28% faster decline in global cognition and a 25% faster decline in executive functioning compared to people who ate less than 20%, Natalia Gonçalves, Study coauthor and researcher at the University of São Paulo Medical School, via CNN. People who consumed more than 20% of daily calories from processed foods had a 28% faster decline in global cognition and a 25% faster decline in executive functioning compared to people who ate less than 20%, Natalia Gonçalves, Study coauthor and researcher at the University of São Paulo Medical School, via CNN. The study, which followed over 10,000 Brazillians for as long as ten years, was presented August 1 at the 2022 Alzheimer's Association International Conference. In Brazil, ultraprocessed foods make up 25% to 30% of total calorie intake. We have McDonald's, Burger King and we eat a lot of chocolate and white bread, Dr. Claudia Suemoto, Coauthor and assistant professor at the University of São Paulo Medical School, via CNN. In Brazil, ultraprocessed foods make up 25% to 30% of total calorie intake. We have McDonald's, Burger King and we eat a lot of chocolate and white bread, Dr. Claudia Suemoto, Coauthor and assistant professor at the University of São Paulo Medical School, via CNN. 58% of the calories consumed by United States citizens, 56.8% of the calories consumed by British citizens, and 48% of the calories consumed by Canadians come from ultraprocessed foods, Dr. Claudia Suemoto, Coauthor and assistant professor at the University of São Paulo Medical School, via CNN

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Ukraine war: EU accuses Russia of 'irresponsible' Zaporizhzhia nuclear safety breach [Video]

Ukraine war: EU accuses Russia of 'irresponsible' Zaporizhzhia nuclear safety breach

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell accused Russia of an "irresponsible breach of nuclear safety rules" at the power plant, which Kyiv accuses Moscow of shelling.

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American basketball star Brittney Griner sentenced to nine years in Russian prison [Video]

American basketball star Brittney Griner sentenced to nine years in Russian prison

A judge said 31-year-old Brittney Griner illegally brought vape cartridges with cannabis oil into the country when she flew to Moscow earlier this year.

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Brittney Griner Found Guilty, Sentenced to 9 Years by Russian Court [Video]

Brittney Griner Found Guilty, Sentenced to 9 Years by Russian Court

Brittney Griner Found Guilty, , Sentenced to 9 Years by Russian Court. Brittney Griner Found Guilty, , Sentenced to 9 Years by Russian Court. The WNBA star was sentenced by the Russian court on Aug. 4. In addition to the nine-year sentence, Griner was fined $16,300. Before her sentencing, Griner made an impassioned plea for leniency. I never meant to hurt anybody, I never meant to put in jeopardy the Russian population, I never meant to break any laws here, Brittney Griner, WNBA Star, via CNN. I made an honest mistake and I hope that in your ruling that it doesn't end my life here, Brittney Griner, WNBA Star, via CNN. She also acknowledged the political nature of her trial and her position as a "political pawn.". I know everybody keeps talking about political pawn and politics, but I hope that that is far from this courtroom, Brittney Griner, WNBA Star, via CNN. Griner's arrest and trial have been widely cast as a geopolitical standoff between Russia and the U.S. Griner's arrest and trial have been widely cast as a geopolitical standoff between Russia and the U.S. Recently announced diplomatic measures have angered Russian officials because they were publicized. Megaphone diplomacy and the public exchange of opinions will not lead to result, Dmitri Peskov, Kremlin Spokesman, via 'The New York Times'. Griner has been detained in Russia for close to six months following her arrest at an airport in Moscow. An official from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow called the sentence "a miscarriage of justice.". The official attempted to assure Griner's supporters that top members of the Biden administration are committed to her release. The entire American government remain committed to bringing Ms. Griner home safely to her family and friends, Elizabeth Rood, Deputy Chief of Mission U.S. Embassy Moscow, via 'The New York Times'

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Massive fire at Ozon retailer warehouse in Russia [Video]

Massive fire at Ozon retailer warehouse in Russia

Eleven people have been injured in a massive fire at the OZON marketplace warehouse in the village of Petrovskoye, 60 km northwest of Moscow.

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Ukraine war: Russia's top court brands Azov Regiment a 'terrorist organisation' [Video]

Ukraine war: Russia's top court brands Azov Regiment a 'terrorist organisation'

Moscow has repeatedly portrayed the Azov Regiment as a Nazi group and accused it of atrocities, without producing evidence to back up the claims.

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Biden Approves Sweden and Finland's Bid to Join NATO [Video]

Biden Approves Sweden and Finland's Bid to Join NATO

Biden Approves , Sweden and Finland's , Bid to Join NATO. Biden Approves , Sweden and Finland's , Bid to Join NATO. On August 9, President Joe Biden signed a measure to accept Finland and Sweden's bid to expand NATO. On August 9, President Joe Biden signed a measure to accept Finland and Sweden's bid to expand NATO. 'The New York Times' reports that the decision to bolster the Western alliance comes almost six months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine. 'The New York Times' reports that the decision to bolster the Western alliance comes almost six months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine. It’s critical now to deter threats before they harm our people, our allies and our interests, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'The New York Times'. It’s critical now to deter threats before they harm our people, our allies and our interests, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'The New York Times'. The 'NYT' reports that all 30 NATO members must approve the addition of Finland and Sweden. So far, over 20 have already done so. The Biden administration has been pushing diplomatically to unify western nations amid Russia's ongoing assault on Ukraine. The Biden administration has been pushing diplomatically to unify western nations amid Russia's ongoing assault on Ukraine. Sweden and Finland have strong Democratic institutions, strong militaries and strong and transparent economies, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'The New York Times'. Sweden and Finland have strong Democratic institutions, strong militaries and strong and transparent economies, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'The New York Times'. They will meet every NATO requirement — we’re confident of that — and it will make our alliance stronger, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'The New York Times'. They will meet every NATO requirement — we’re confident of that — and it will make our alliance stronger, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'The New York Times'. Despite a deep political divide, both Democrats and Republicans have largely supported the expansion of NATO. Despite a deep political divide, both Democrats and Republicans have largely supported the expansion of NATO. Supporters argue that the addition of Finland and Sweden to the alliance would reduce the burden on other member states providing assistance for Ukraine

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Ukraine war: Crimea explosion, rise in premature births and Russia cuts oil shipments to Europe [Video]

Ukraine war: Crimea explosion, rise in premature births and Russia cuts oil shipments to Europe

A huge explosion at a Russian-held military base, a rise in premature births in Ukraine, a spat over nuclear weapons inspections and a cross-Baltic call to stop giving visas to Russian tourists.

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Steven Seagal visits prison holding Ukrainian detainees days after dozens killed in attack

Steven Seagal has visited a prison camp run by Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine which was hit by a deadly attack days earlier.
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Russians buy last items from H&M and Ikea as stores prepare to exit country

Shoppers in Russia have been snapping up items for the final time from H&M and Ikea, which are about to leave the country following the invasion on Ukraine.
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