June 22 News: Missing sub, Schiff, Modi in U.S, Supreme Court, China G20 Summit

Search for missing Titanic sub passengers continues, Adam Schiff censured by House Republicans, Biden and Modi to meet in Washington, Supreme Court to hear case on Amazon's marketplace practices, and China to host G20 summit in November.

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    Missing Titanic sub: Search continues for five passengers

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    A search is still underway for five passengers who were on a tourist submarine that went missing off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada, on Sunday. The sub, which was carrying a total of 5 people, was last seen on the surface at around 4:00 PM local time. The search has been hampered by bad weather, but authorities are hopeful that the passengers will be found alive.

    Adam Schiff Censured by House Republicans

    The House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to censure Democratic Representative Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. The censure was sparked by Schiff’s comments about the Trump-Russia investigation, which some Republicans have accused him of misrepresenting. Schiff has denied any wrongdoing.

    Biden and Modi to Meet in Washington

    Narendra Modi and Joe Biden
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    President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet in Washington on Friday for a summit on the US-India relationship. The two leaders are expected to discuss a range of issues, including the war in Ukraine, climate change, and economic cooperation.

    Supreme Court to hear the case on Amazon’s Marketplace Practices

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    The Supreme Court will hear a case on Thursday that could have major implications for Amazon’s marketplace practices. The case, FTC v. Amazon, involves a lawsuit filed by the Federal Trade Commission that alleges that Amazon has used its market power to harm sellers on its platform.

    China to Host G20 Summit in November

    China will host the G20 summit in November, the country’s foreign minister announced on Wednesday. The summit will be held in the city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. The G20 is a forum for the world’s 20 largest economies to discuss economic and financial issues.

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