Death toll rises to 170 in Germany and Belgium floods big-plus
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Culture Death toll rises to 170 in Germany and Belgium floods

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

Some 143 people died in the flooding in Germany’s worst natural disaster in more than half a century. That included about 98 in the Ahrweiler district south of Cologne, according to ...

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CJEU reaffirms restrictions excluding Muslim women in the workplace big-plus
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Culture CJEU reaffirms restrictions excluding Muslim women in the workplace

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

The CJEU found that such policies must be applied in a general and undifferentiated way and that they must present evidence that they are necessary to meet a “genuine need on the pa ...

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Afghanistan: EU mobilizes €25 million in humanitarian aid to fight hunger big-plus
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Culture Afghanistan: EU mobilizes €25 million in humanitarian aid to fight hunger

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

The latest EU funding to Afghanistan comes in addition to the EU’s initial allocation of €32m humanitarian aid for Afghanistan in 2021. The funding will support activities that cont ...

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Corruption perception in the EU increases during the pandemic big-plus
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Culture Corruption perception in the EU increases during the pandemic

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

“Corruption is a major problem for fragile countries in terms of the rule of law. It starts with excessive bureaucracy, the main cause of corruption”, Cristian Paun, economics univ ...

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One responds to the G7 summit in Cornwall big-plus
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Culture One responds to the G7 summit in Cornwall

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

Edwin Ikhuoria, executive director for Africa at The ONE Campaign, said: “Leaders arrived at this summit with a global crisis raging around us. While there has been some progress, t ...

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Belarus opposition leader wants international tribunal to probe Lukashenko big-plus
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Culture Belarus opposition leader wants international tribunal to probe Lukashenko

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

Lukashenko has kept a tight grip on Belarus since rising to power in 1994, and has cracked down on street protests that began last year over a presidential ...

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The revival of the Aral Sea region is possible only through joint efforts big-plus
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Culture The revival of the Aral Sea region is possible only through joint efforts

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

All this is gaining great urgency and relevance in the context of global climate change and worsening environmental disasters. Today, there is a growing understanding in the world t ...

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EU Digital COVID Certificate: European Parliament and Council reach agreement on Commission proposal big-plus
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Culture EU Digital COVID Certificate: European Parliament and Council reach agreement on Commission proposal

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

The Commission welcomes today’s (20 May) provisional political agreement between the European Parliament and the Council on the Regulation governing the EU ...

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MEPs split over waiver for COVID-19 vaccine patents big-plus
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Culture MEPs split over waiver for COVID-19 vaccine patents

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

At today’s (19 May) debate on ensuring global access to shots, there was a lack of consensus among MEPs on a temporary waiver of patent rights for COVID-19 vaccines, Plenary se ...

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Silk Road Coin (SRC) transforms commodity trade big-plus
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Culture Silk Road Coin (SRC) transforms commodity trade

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

How might we use money in the future and whether we can even trust digital currencies such as cryptos are just two of the many questions being asked. Yet, its easy to see how digita ...

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Bulgaria faces fresh elections as Socialists refuse to form a government big-plus
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Culture Bulgaria faces fresh elections as Socialists refuse to form a government

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev gives a mandate to form a new government to former Bulgarian foreign minister Daniel Mitov of centre-right GERB party in Sofia, Bulgaria ...

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Ahead of Geneva talks, Cypriots march for peace big-plus
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Culture Ahead of Geneva talks, Cypriots march for peace

Sunday, 25 July 2021 02:22

With some holding olive branches, people walked in the bright spring sunshine around the medieval walls circling the capital, Nicosia. The ...

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