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Scientist slams Bolsonaro as Brazil’s Covid-19 death toll nears 500,000

The director of a world-renowned Brazilian epidemiological center told Efe in an interview that even as the pandemic-battered country approaches…

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EURO 2020: England and Scotland draw 0-0 in Group D match

What happened today at EURO 2020? England and Scotland drew 0-0 in their Group D game in Wembley Stadium, London…

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EURO 2020: Czechs draw 1-1 with Croatia in group D match

With blood still dripping from his nose, Czech Republic forward Patrik Schick stepped up to the penalty spot and scored…

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Guterres re-elected for second-term as UN Secretary General

The United Nations General Assembly unanimously elected Antonio Guterres to a second term as secretary-general on Friday, giving him another…

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EU antitrust chief approves Greek public support for Alexandroupolis LNG terminal

A €166.7 million Greek support measure for the construction of a new liquid natural gas (LNG) terminal in Alexandroupolis, Greece…

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Issue 1391:Charged up EU takes on China in battery battle (Digital Edition)

Fullscreen Mode… Interested in our weekly print edition? Our print edition is available to our Insider Extra subscribers and Print…

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Serbia’s Vucic hits back as Montenegro bans Srebrenica genocide denial

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has hit back after a Montenegrin government minister was sacked for calling into question the massacre…

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Sweden’s government could be about to collapse in a row over rent

Sweden”s government is on the brink of collapse. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has been given an ultimatum: withdraw his plans…

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Biden’s European tour has brought the US back to its Western allies and drawn red lines with Putin

President Joe Biden’s visit to Europe, his first overseas trip since taking office in January, included a number of summits…

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Ex-Soviet bloc states urged to adopt modern technology, renewables

BRATISLAVA – Countries in Central and Eastern Europe like Slovakia, which were part of the Soviet bloc, have an opportunity…

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