Germany’s nuclear power regions fear for the future
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Germany’s nuclear power regions fear for the future

Whilst the German government has pledged 40 billion euros to help coal regions as mines…

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New Ankara-backed leader Ersin Tatar says he is ‘open to negociations’ with Greek Cypriots
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New Ankara-backed leader Ersin Tatar says he is ‘open to negociations’ with Greek Cypriots

Supporters of Prime Minister Ersin Tatar poured into the streets to celebrate his election win…

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Covid-19: European countries step up restrictions as infections rise
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Covid-19: European countries step up restrictions as infections rise

European countries are once more stepping up COVID-19 restrictions to contain the spread of the…

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France: Thousands pay tribute to Samuel Paty and freedom of speech
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France: Thousands pay tribute to Samuel Paty and freedom of speech

Thousands of people marched in cities across France to pay tribute to Samuel Paty –…

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Mont Blanc melts: Sea of ice glacier shrinking rapidly as temperatures rise
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Mont Blanc melts: Sea of ice glacier shrinking rapidly as temperatures rise

The impact of rising temperatures is already all-too-visible in the French Alps — where the…

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EU Green Week: Nature and post-pandemic recovery focus of Lisbon conference
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EU Green Week: Nature and post-pandemic recovery focus of Lisbon conference

AS countries around the world are trying to pull their economies out of the coronavirus…

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Nationalist candidate Ersin Tatar wins Turkish Cypriot leadership vote
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Nationalist candidate Ersin Tatar wins Turkish Cypriot leadership vote

Local officials confirm he narrowly defeated the left-wing incumbent Mustafa Akıncı in Sunday’s run-off vote…

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Nationalist candidate Ersin Tatar wins Turkish Cypriot leadership vote
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Nationalist candidate Ersin Tatar wins Turkish Cypriot leadership vote

Local officials confirm he narrowly defeated the left-wing incumbent Mustafa Akıncı in Sunday’s run-off vote…

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Anti-government rallies held across Belarus despite regime threats
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Anti-government rallies held across Belarus despite regime threats

Police have detained protesters at a rally in the Belarus capital Minsk as anti-government protests…

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UK COVID-19 restrictions could mean a smaller turkey this Christmas
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UK COVID-19 restrictions could mean a smaller turkey this Christmas

Restrictions on larger gatherings are leading UK turkey farmers to think small ahead of Christmas…

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