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EU's top diplomat stresses support for Libya's stability2021-10-21
EU's top diplomat stressed the bloc's support for the stability and peace in Libya during his visit to this country on Wednesday.
Italy nears COVID-19 herd immunity, says top pandemic official2021-10-21
Italy is inching closer to achieving herd immunity against the coronavirus, according to Italy's pandemic commissioner.
Romania's governing coalition breaks down2021-10-21
Romania's government collapsed late on Monday as the junior USR-Plus party announced the withdrawal of its ministers from the three-party coalition led by the National Liberal Party (PNL) amid a row with Prime Minister Florin Citu.
Russia criticizes U.S. report on COVID-19 origins2021-10-21
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova has blasted a so-called investigation report on COVID-19 origins recently released by the U.S. intelligence community.
Russia criticizes U.S. report on COVID-19 origins2021-10-21
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova has blasted a so-called investigation report on COVID-19 origins recently released by the U.S. intelligence community.
Italy mulls compulsory COVID-19 vaccination, extends Green Pass use2021-10-21
Italy will start administering a third COVID-19 vaccine shot to people with the most fragile immune systems and plans to extend the use of the so-called Green Pass certificate, the country's leaders said here on Thursday.
Estonian president-elect vows to develop country2021-10-21
Estonia's new president-elect Alar Karis on Tuesday vowed to find a way to further develop the country.
Europe battles devastating summer wildfires amid intensifying climate change2021-10-21
Parts of Europe have been battling devastating wildfires over recent weeks amid extreme summer heat, which, according to experts, is the result of "widespread, rapid, and intensifying" climate change that can be attributed to human activities and greenhouse gas emissions.
1310146522_16298471489671n.jpg G7 leaders agree it is 'moral duty' to help Afghans: von der Leyen2021-10-21
G7 leaders agree it is 'moral duty' to help Afghans: von der Leyen
EU should support countries close to Afghanistan: Greek PM2021-10-21
The European Union should support the countries close to Afghanistan to ensure that there will be no additional refugee and migration flows to Europe, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Monday.
1310144171_16297646918711n.jpg Int'l army games kick off in Russia2021-10-21
Int'l army games kick off in Russia
G7 seeks cooperation on evacuation, refugees amid chaos in Kabul2021-10-21
The Group of Seven (G7) on Thursday sought to secure close cooperation in personnel evacuation and the resettlement of refugees as chaos continues at the Kabul airport amid the hasty withdrawal of the U.S.-led military troops in Afghanistan and the Taliban's swift takeover of the Asian country.
UK lawmakers berate Johnson over Afghanistan situation2021-10-21
British lawmakers on Wednesday criticized Prime Minister Boris Johnson's handling of the situation in Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover of the country.
UK universities to continue online lessons in autumn term despite lockdown lift2021-10-21
Many of the top universities in Britian have refused to bring back full face-to-face teaching in the autumn, despite government advice that they can lift all COVID-19 restrictions, local media reported Sunday.
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