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Poles choose their president in closely-contested election - 07/12/2020

Warsaw - Poles were voting in a delayed presidential election on Sunday, with a race between incumbent conservative President Andrzej Duda and challenger Rafal Trzaskowski, the liberal mayor of...

Hong Kong Democrat Camp Primary Elections kick off - 07/11/2020

Hong Kong - District-wide democrat camp primary elections are set to take place Saturday district-wide, where registered voters will select the strongest candidates to run for seats in Hong Kong's...

Japan, NASA agree to cooperate on ISS and moon missions - 07/10/2020

Tokyo (dpa) – Japan and NASA agreed on Friday to collaborate on the International Space Station (ISS) and lunar surface exploration, working to eventually send humans and robots to the moon. NASA...

Russian governor detained for allegedly ordering murders 15 years ago - 07/09/2020

Moscow - By Peter Spinella, - The governor of Russia's far-eastern Khabarovsk region was detained on Thursday on suspicion of having ordered multiple murders committed by an organized criminal group...

Why is cash-strapped Italy reluctant to ask for cheap eurozone loans? - 07/09/2020

The eurozone bailout fund says it has a special lifeline for countries struggling with Covid-19, but Italians can't make their minds up on the offer: too good to pass on it, or a Trojan horse that...

Britain to resume Saudi arms exports despite Yemen concerns - 07/09/2020

London -By Bill Smith, - Britain will resume arms sales to Saudi Arabia despite international concerns that some weapons could be used in the conflict in Yemen, the government in London said on...

Spanish premier rules out eurozone loans ahead of talks with Italy - 07/08/2020

Rome - Spain sees "no need" to seek loans from the eurozone bailout fund, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said in a Wednesday interview ahead of talks with his Italian counterpart. Italy is...

Bremen must have a good look at themselves after Bundesliga survival - 07/07/2020

Werder Bremen somehow avoided Bundesliga relegation and must now make a thorough assessment of what all went wrong in a season they had started with European ambitions.   Berlin - By John...

Eurozone faces even deeper recession of 8.7 per cent, forecast shows - 07/07/2020

Brussels The European Commission expects gross domestic product (GDP) to contract by 8.7 per cent in the eurozone this year, according to its latest forecast, significantly deeper than the...

Canada's Trudeau cancels visit with US and Mexican leaders - 07/07/2020

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not attend a meeting with US President Donald Trump and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador planned for Wednesday and Thursday, his...
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