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GSK rejects three Unilever bids to buy consumer healthcare arm, says unit was "fundamentally undervalued"
GSK rejects three Unilever bids to buy consumer healthcare arm, says unit was "fundamentally undervalued"

United Kingdom-based pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) confirmed Saturday it had rejected three "unsolicited, conditional and non-binding proposals" by Unilever to acquire its Consumer Healthcare division, including one bid of GBP50 billion in value made on December 20, 2021, believing Unilever "fundamentally undervalued" the business and its potential.

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North Korea offers amnesty to criminals, marking important holidays
North Korea offers amnesty to criminals, marking important holidays

As reported by the state-operated media outlet Voice of Korea on January 20, the North Korean government has issued a decree granting amnesty to those found guilty of "crimes against the country and the people".

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Australian authorities probe rapid antigen test price gouging
Australian authorities probe rapid antigen test price gouging

An investigation has been launched by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) into allegations of price gouging for COVID-19 rapid antigen tests following referrals from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

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Australian government pays A$20m for copyright to Aboriginal flag
Australian government pays A$20m for copyright to Aboriginal flag

On Tuesday, the day preceding Australia Day, the Australian government has announced it has purchased copyright to the Aboriginal flag for A$20.05 million.

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American Museum of Natural History removes statue of Theodore Roosevelt
American Museum of Natural History removes statue of Theodore Roosevelt

The American Museum of Natural History in New York removed a statue of the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt on Thursday following controversy over the past year and a half.

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