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EUROPE • Today
Climate change: Wales 'needs to do twice as much' in next decade
June 13, 2021
Road schemes are to be reviewed and a new law to tackle air pollution will be introduced next year.
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Lisbon authorities hand data of anti-Kremlin activists to Russian Embassy
June 13, 2021
Officials slammed after municipal authorities in Portugal handed the personal details of anti-Kremlin activists to the Russian embassy in Lisbon
Djokovic wins French Open after sensational comeback
June 13, 2021
Djokovic came all the way back to beat the fifth-seeded Tsitsipas 6-7 (6), 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 for his 19th Grand Slam title overall
Israel swears in new coalition government ending Netanyahu's long rule
June 13, 2021
Naftali Bennett, a former ally of Netanyahu turned rival, became prime minister after a 60-59 vote
Biden calls G7 'extraordinary, collaborative and productive meeting'
June 13, 2021
Biden on Sunday praised agreements to combat COVID-19, face climate change and on corporate global tax
Thousands protest in Madrid at plans to pardon Catalan separatists
June 13, 2021
Thousands of mainly right-wing protesters took to the streets of Madrid in opposition to plans to pardon jailed Catalan separatist leaders
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France reaches 30 million Covid-19 vaccine first doses
June 12, 2021
France has administered a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine to 30.14 million people, health authorities said on Saturday, hitting the government's target for mid-June.
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EUROPE • Business
Biden says U.S. is 'back at the table' following G-7 summit
June 13, 2021
World leaders gathered this weekend to discuss shared challenges on issues like climate change, the economy, Covid-19, technology and geopolitics.
Israel votes in new government amid parliament chaos, ending Netanyahu's 12-year rule
June 13, 2021
The vote also spares Israel from the prospect of a fifth election in less than two years. 
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Air passenger numbers collapse - but which airports saw the biggest decline?
June 13, 2021
Passenger numbers plummeted by 223 million last year, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, new figures show.
Johnson expected to approve 'inevitable' delay in lockdown lifting
June 13, 2021
Boris Johnson is expected to agree to the delay of lockdown easing in England and, according to a new poll, just over half of the UK public is backing the move.
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Post-Covid data needs careful handling
June 13, 2021
Economic data about the strength of the recovery partly reflect ‘base effects’
Huawei’s UK revenue and profit shrinks after 5G ban
June 13, 2021
Chinese company blames ‘political decisions’ for decline as it braces for full impact in 2021
UK anti-corruption watchdog chair calls for greater lobbying transparency
June 13, 2021
Jonathan Evans says there needs to be a ‘level playing field’ with ex-ministers banned for up to 5 years
Covid rules in England to be eased only when lockdowns no longer needed
June 13, 2021
Foreign secretary suggests June 21 relaxation will be delayed until more second vaccine doses dispensed
Johnson and Raab open new front in war of words over Northern Ireland
June 13, 2021
Tension flares at G7 as Britain accuses EU leaders of failing to respect territorial integrity of the UK
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EUROPE • Markets
Swiss Market Extends Winning Streak
June 11, 2021
The Switzerland stock market closed on a positive note on Friday, rising for a ninth straight day, as the mood remained bullish on optimism about strong economic recovery amid acceleration in vaccine rollouts.
European Stocks Close Higher On Economic Optimism
June 11, 2021
Despite concerns about inflation, European markets closed on a firm note on Friday as investors picked up stocks amid continued optimism about strong economic recovery.
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European stocks close higher as traders shrug off inflation fears; Deutsche Bank down 1.7%
June 11, 2021
European markets climbed to record highs on Friday as traders shrugged off a sharp rise in U.S. inflation, with many strategists believing it to be transitory.
Here’s why cryptocurrency crashes on weekends
June 11, 2021
Cryptocurrency crashes often happen on weekends. The volatility draws scrutiny from regulators weighing the future of digital currency.
Inflation is undergoing a ‘structural shift,’ and these markets will benefit, strategist says
June 11, 2021
European stocks are set to outperform the U.S. as inflation sticks around and commodities begin a new "supercycle," says Livermore Partners CIO David Neuhauser.
EU and U.S. to call for a deeper probe into Covid origins
June 10, 2021
The EU and the U.S. will call for more progress on an investigation into the origins of Covid-19, according to a draft EU document.
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EUROPE • Economy
Construction sector warns rising costs will eat into EU recovery plan
June 13, 2021
Building boom leads to bottleneck of essential supplies, from steel and wood to concrete and copper
Construction sector warns rising costs will eat into EU recovery plan
June 13, 2021
Building boom leads to bottleneck of essential supplies, from steel and wood to concrete and copper
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EUROPE • Insights
Italy has a tough task ahead on climate change
June 12, 2021
But it is getting a lot of EU money to help
The many faces of Sebastian Kurz
June 12, 2021
Austria’s chancellor is a strangely familiar figure
Britain and France send their aircraft-carriers out together
June 12, 2021
A glimpse of Anglo-French co-operation in the Med
Continental Europe enters the gender wars
June 12, 2021
Germany and Spain reject laws on gender self-identification
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