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Petrol station boss says no need for chaos at the pumps
September 25, 2021
A petrol station boss appeals for calm with continued high demand causing "chaos" at the pumps.
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Day 2 at the Judo Grand Prix in Croatia
September 25, 2021
The home nation held their own on the second day, with some fantastic sacrifice techniques all throughout the preliminaries. But all eyes were on Slovenian Andreja Leski and Georgian Tato Grigalashvili who both won gold.
At least eight die in suicide car bomb attack in Somalia's capital
September 25, 2021
The Islamic extremist group Al-Shabab rammed a vehicle laden with explosives into a checkpoint near the Presidential Palace in Mogadishu.
Activists in San Marino fight fierce campaigns over historic abortion vote
September 25, 2021
In the Republic of San Marino, nestled on the Apennine mountains inside Italy, campaigning is underway ahead of a referendum on September 26, which will ask its 33,000 citizens if they want to legalise abortion.
La Palma volcano: Ash cloud causes closure of airport
September 25, 2021
Lava from the volcano, which began erupting a week ago, has destroyed 420 buildings.
From healthcare to the environment: Here's what voters want from Germany's next government
September 25, 2021
Climate change and Europe are among the issues voters seem to be most keen for the next government to focus on.
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Berlin's Berghain to fully reopen on October 2
September 25, 2021
It's the first time since March 2020 that partygoers will be able to dance inside world-famous techno club. And they'll have to be vaccinated or recovered from COVID to get past the club's famously strict door policy.
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French soldier killed in Mali in clash with armed terrorist group
September 24, 2021
A French serviceman was killed early on Friday in a clash with an armed militant group in Mali, French officials said.
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EUROPE • Business
Empty shelves, gasoline shortages and sky-high energy prices? Britain is facing a ‘difficult winter’
September 24, 2021
Britain has been plunged into uncertainty as issues over gasoline, electricity and food have prompted warnings of "a really difficult winter" for the country.
Ukraine’s Naftogaz CEO accuses Russia of using gas as a geopolitical weapon as energy crisis deepens
September 24, 2021
It comes shortly after the IEA intervened to call on Russia to send more gas to Europe to alleviate the region's deepening supply crunch.
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'Catastrophic' panic buying of fuel 'going to get worse', industry expert warns
September 25, 2021
Panicked motorists have caused lengthy queues at petrol stations for a second day - as an industry expert predicted the "catastrophic situation" is going to get worse before it improves.
Why is there a HGV driver shortage and how bad could the problem get?
September 25, 2021
Panicked motorists have caused lengthy queues at petrol stations and caused some pumps to run dry - the latest consequence of a shortage of HGV drivers which is causing widespread disruption in the UK.
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Global Britain needs new friends without alienating old allies
September 25, 2021
Aukus is a clear example of how the UK’s new relationships can undermine diplomatic relations in Europe
UK motorists face queues and closures at petrol stations
September 25, 2021
Truck driver-shortage hits deliveries and leads to panic buying despite assurances of ‘ample’ fuel stocks
Starmer wins Labour backing for diluted leadership vote changes
September 25, 2021
NEC agrees to raise number of MPs needed to approve nominations for contenders
Keeping fresh: which wines last longest?
September 25, 2021
German white wines tend to hold their charm and Rieslings are almost immortal
Boris Johnson undertakes his first major overseas trip
September 25, 2021
Examining his speech to the UN General Assembly about why now is the moment to really tackle climate change
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EUROPE • Markets
Elon Musk says the chip shortage is a ‘short-term’ problem
September 25, 2021
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Friday that the ongoing semiconductor crisis will be over by next year.
Quad on the rise: Three big predictions from CNBC's project on the U.S.-India-Japan-Australia group
September 24, 2021
CNBC generated specific predictions about the four Quad nations, China and other countries and territories with a stake in the Indo-Pacific region.
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Stocks face another turbulent week as the third quarter winds down
September 24, 2021
After recent turbulence, markets are likely to close out the final week of the third quarter with another bout of volatility.
European stocks close lower ahead of German election; Evergrande, central banks in focus
September 24, 2021
European stocks closed lower on Friday as investors reacted to central bank policy decisions and monitored developments surrounding China Evergrande Group.
Ukraine’s Naftogaz CEO accuses Russia of using gas as a geopolitical weapon as energy crisis deepens
September 24, 2021
It comes shortly after the IEA intervened to call on Russia to send more gas to Europe to alleviate the region's deepening supply crunch.
Europe has ‘limited’ direct exposure to Evergrande’s debt crisis, Lagarde says
September 24, 2021
It comes at a time when global stock markets are on high alert over Evergrande's massive debt problems.
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EUROPE • Economy
Aukus: How transatlantic allies turned on each other over China
September 24, 2021
Biden’s security pact with UK and Australia comes at the cost of deep resentment in Paris and Brussels
After Merkel, Germany needs a modernising government
September 24, 2021
Voters crave stability but they need leadership to fix problems, not just manage crises
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EUROPE • Insights
France’s humiliation by America will have lasting effects
September 25, 2021
Snubbed over subs, President Emmanuel Macron is even keener to build up European autonomy
How Russia’s election was fixed
September 25, 2021
As if by magic, Vladimir Putin has another new, obedient parliament
Germany’s pro-business Free Democrats may be essential to forming a government
September 25, 2021
Christian Lindner, the party’s leader, could hold the key
German candidates fight to woo moderate voters
September 25, 2021
But none has the outgoing chancellor’s knack of soothing them
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