Bulgaria’s Borissov faces struggle for political survivalThe former firefighter and bodyguard has the biggest party but his prospects of a stable coalition are slim.

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EU’s Charles Michel pledges support to interim Libyan governmentThe bloc’s ambassador to Tripoli is set to return on a permanent basis by end of month.

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For Western companies, China is a risky betFirms are finding they face a choice: capitulate to Beijing or face the wrath of Western consumers.

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France steps up hydrogen research with €7 billion investment'Green' hydrogen, fuel cells for vehicles and storage of the gas will all receive funding

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Kosovo’s parliament picks reformist Vjosa Osmani as presidentVjosa Osmani is a coalition partner of Kosovo’s prime minister Albin Kurti.

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Paris probes luxury dinner party claims amid COVID curbsUndercover report sparks criminal investigation into COVID breaches.

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Boris Johnson gives go-ahead to next stage of England’s lockdown easingUK prime minister says ‘four tests’ for easing some COVID curbs have been met.

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Europe’s vaccination program is a success storyNo really. Just look at the numbers.

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IMF boosts eurozone’s growth forecastGlobal output is set to increase by 6 percent this year.

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The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, has diedBuckingham Palace has announced that His Royal Highness Prince Philip has died.

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Italy blocked Chinese takeover of semiconductor companyItalian Prime Minister Mario Draghi will support the extension of the country's so-called Golden Powers rules to the automotive and steel sectors.

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Norway's prime minister fined 20 000NOK for breaking covid restrictions when celebrating her 60th birthayNorwegian police said on Friday they have fined Prime Minister Erna Solberg for breaking COVID-19 social distancing rules when she organised a family gathering to celebrate her birthday.

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Venice’s ban on cruise ships is a vital step towards saving the city from disasterThe Italian government has finally taken action to help avert an environmental catastrophe in this fragile lagoon, says author Neal E Robbins

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US considering joint boycott of 2022 Beijing Olympics'It is certainly something that we wish to discuss' with partners and allies, department spokesperson Ned Price said Tuesday.

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Russia calls on Slovakia to return Sputnik V doses after disputeRussia called on Slovakia on Thursday to return hundreds of thousands of doses of the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, citing contract violations, in an escalating row between the two countries after a Slovak watchdog raised doubts about the shot.

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Regulators walk fine line assessing AstraZeneca vaccineAuthorities still say the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the risks, but countries are likely to continue restrictions.

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Italy's prime minister Mario Draghi calls Erdogan a dictator during a press conferenceConvocato l'ambasciatore italiano ad Ankara per protestare

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Dutch police arrest man for planning an attack on vaccination location in Den Helder, Police speaks of a terrorist actDe politie en het OM zegt dat de 37-jarige verdacht wordt van een misdrijf met terroristisch oogmerk.

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Italy’s Draghi slams Erdoğan as a ‘dictator’ after Sofagate‘I believe it wasn’t appropriate behavior,’ says Italian PM.

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UK launches welcome package for resettling Hong KongersBritain has pledged 43 million pounds ($59 million) to help people arriving from Hong Kong find jobs, houses and schools under an initiative allowing millions to resettle after China's imposition of new security laws in the former British colony.

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