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China delayed releasing coronavirus info, frustrating WHO

Throughout January, China pressured the World Health Organisation to delay information about the coronavirus, according to recordings of WHO’s internal meetings, the Associated...

Italy’s Salvini leads anti-government rally in Rome

Opposition leaders, including Matteo Salvini of the far-right League, marched in Rome with hundreds of protesters on Italy’s national day Tuesday to demand...

London, Frankfurt and Cambridge US named top 3 most eco-friendly cities to work in

London, Frankfurt and Cambridge US named as the top 3 most eco-friendly cities to work in, research by British Business Energy reveals. Cambridge...

Covid-19: France records 81 new deaths as number of ICU cases continues to drop

France's coronavirus death toll rose by 81 on Wednesday, or 0.3 percent, to reach 29,021, which is the fifth-highest death toll in the...

Armenia sees growth in cases amid lockdown easing

Armenia on Tuesday reported a record number of daily coronavirus infections and deaths amid a steady growth of cases. Last month, the country lifted...

Commission proposes €2 bn to create reserve of crisis response capacities

The European Commission proposed on Tuesday the provision of a €2 billion boost to the RescEU mechanism over the following seven years, that...

Johnson says UK ready to open doors to Hong Kong citizens

UK prime minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said the country stands ready to open the door to almost 3 million Hong Kong citizens. Last...

Wuhan doctor at whistleblower’s hospital dies from coronavirus

A Wuhan doctor who worked with coronavirus whistleblower Li Wenliang died of the coronavirus on Tuesday, state media reported. Hu Weifeng, an urologist at...

Putin sets July 1 for controversial constitutional vote

Russia’s president Vladimir Putin on Monday announced that, the country will on July 1, hold a nationwide vote on constitutional reforms that could...

Romania’s Orban breaches own coronavirus rules, pays fine

Romania’s prime minister Ludovic Orban on Saturday paid a €617 fine for breaking his government’s coronavirus restrictions by not wearing a face mask...

Hungarian parliament to debate ending state of emergency

Hungarian lawmakers are due to debate the ending of the country’s state of emergency, in a three-day session, set to kick-off on Tuesday...

Greece summons Turkish ambassador over gas exploration applications

Greece’s Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned the Ambassador of Turkey, after the latter unveiled plans to begin hydrocarbon exploration in the Eastern Mediterranean near...

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Gordon Chang: China Capitalizing on US Political Unrest

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Vietnam Court Rejects Appeal of ‘Constitution Group’ Protesters, Returning Them to Prison

An appeals court in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City on Friday upheld harsh prison terms handed down last year to four activists convicted...

250,000 small UK firms seen closing without more financial aid

At least 250,000 small British firms could close as government emergency aid package falls short, industry group warns. Source link

EMA says conclusion on AstraZeneca vaccine possibly by end of January

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) said on Friday that a decision to authorise the use of the AstraZeneca/Oxford coronavirus vaccine could be made...

Erasmus and Brexit

No policy decision better encapsulates the entire Brexit process better than the UK’s decision to withdraw from the Erasmus Programme. For those in...