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 2021-12-02 16:05 

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Are countries in Europe are moving towards mandatory vaccination?...

Here's a look across Europe at the conversation on mandatory vaccines....

 2021-12-02 16:03 

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Scientists may have solved the mystery linking rare blood clots to Astra-Zeneca, J&J COVID vaccines...

The AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines are associated with extremely rare cases of blood clots - and now scientists think they may know what's behind this....

 2021-12-02 15:43 

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OECD warns Omicron variant could be a 'threat to economic recovery'...
 2021-12-02 15:41 

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Alexis Michalik brings Broadway to Paris with a take on 'The Producers'...

With famous lines like 'Springtime for Hitler and Germany...Winter for Poland and France,' how will Mel Brooks' classic go down in Paris?...

 2021-12-02 15:36 

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Spicy delights shared at South Korea's annual kimchi making festival...

More than 150 people joined Buddhist monks to prepare the traditional dish to give to South Korean families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2021-12-02 15:32 

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IKEA store in Denmark hosts snow-stranded customers overnight...

Six customers and several employees were stranded by the snowstorm and spent the night sleeping on IKEA's showroom beds....

 2021-12-02 15:24 

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Valerie Pecresse and Eric Ciotti vie for French right-wing presidential nomination...

France's main right-wing political party, the Rpublicains, picked two candidates to advance to a second-round as party members pick their presidential candidate....

 2021-12-02 15:09 

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Fashion 2022: How are designers getting to grips with the metaverse?...

Early experiments in the virtual realm might feel like a gimmick, but there's goodreason to believe this is more than a passing fad....

 2021-12-02 15:03 

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Germany targets unvaccinated ahead of push for mandatory COVID jabs...

People without the jab won't be able to access non-essential shops, restaurants, places of culture or leisure -- ahead of a draft law on mandatory vaccination....

 2021-12-02 14:41 

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Austria's ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz retires from politics...
 2021-12-02 14:39 

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Giant lego menorah in Budapest...

Hungarian Jews celebrated Hanukkah by lighting candles on a Lego menorah in their Buda Castle religious house....

 2021-12-02 14:32 

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Scientists are mapping the world's fungal networks for the first time - here's how...

Is underground climate science the next frontier? The founders of a new project to map and protect Earth's fungi think so....

 2021-12-02 14:28 

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US travel restrictions: Tighter testing requirements in place from next week...

The US is tightening its travel rules in response to the omicron variant....

 2021-12-02 14:13 

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Dubai celebrates the UAE's Golden Jubilee anniversary with fireworks and dancing...

The UAE's National Day celebrations this year are particularly significant as they signal 50 years since the Emirates were founded....

 2021-12-02 14:13 

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Watch: Pope Francis begins five-day visit to Cyprus and Greece...

Pope Francis is expected to raise the issue of migration when he arrives in Cyprus on Thursday on the first leg of the trip....

 2021-12-02 14:04 

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Surgeon in Austria fined for amputating patient's wrong leg...

A regional court found the 43-year-old surgeon guilty of gross negligence....

 2021-12-02 14:02 

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Turner Prize sees first Northern Irish winners in Array Collective...

The group's work tries to cross political and religious boundaries in their native Northern Ireland....

 2021-12-02 13:59 

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'Flee': Sundance-winning animated refugee documentary finally hits Europe's screens...

Denmark's Oscar entry debuts in European cinemas this weekend. Director Jonas Poher Rasmussen discusses the reasons 'Flee' is connecting with people all around the world....

 2021-12-02 13:54 

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La Palma volcano: Activity 'intense' after recent lull, say scientists...

After a 30-hour lull, scientists recorded some 130 earthquakes early on Wednesday....

 2021-12-02 13:31 

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Omicron variant: What have COVID vaccine makers said and are they working on new doses?...

Vaccine manufacturers are racing to develop new doses to combat the new Omicron variant....

 2021-12-02 12:47 

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France travel restrictions: COVID test required for UK travellers from Saturday...

France will require a negative COVID test from all UK travellers from Saturday, whether they are fully vaccinated or not....

 2021-12-02 12:40 

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Xevudy: UK approves new COVID drug found to cut hospitalisations and death by 79%...

Sotrovimab, with the brand name Xevudy, is the second COVID drug to be approved by the UK's medicines agency....

 2021-12-02 12:26 

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Alec Baldwin denies pulling trigger in shooting during emotional interview...

The interview, Baldwin's first since the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins on the set of...

 2021-12-02 12:04 

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Dramatic breakout as gang rams vehicles into prison in Mexico...
 2021-12-02 12:00 

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Watch top news stories today | December 2nd Midday edition...

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel....

 2021-12-02 11:42 

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US Supreme Court judges lean towards abortion limits...

It's one of the most pivotal abortion cases to reach the US Supreme Court in 50 years....

 2021-12-02 11:15 

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Japan's railway wants to improve disabled access with technology, but is it a long-term solution?...

A Japanese rail company is trialling an automatic ramp that helps wheelchair users get on trains independently. But is it a long-term solution to a major problem?...

 2021-12-02 11:08 

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An educational robot interacts with students at a Gaza school....

"Mr. Robot, a locally made educational robot, interacts with students to teach them electrical circuits and help them memorise their lessons....

 2021-12-02 10:56 

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Japanese coast guard rescues man after boat capsizes...

A 69-year-old man drifted in rough waters off Japan for nearly a day clinging to the bottom of his capsized boat until he was rescued by the coast guard....

 2021-12-02 10:27 

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Court 'should dismiss' Hungary-Poland bid to stop conditions being slapped on EU cash handouts...

Hungary and Poland are trying to stop EU cash handouts from being conditional on respect for rule of law and other key values of the bloc. #BrusselsBureau...

 2021-12-02 10:09 

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South Koreans pitch in to make fiery kimchi food dish at mass event...

In Seoul, Buddhist monks joined about 150 others to prepare kimchi, a hot national dish made with chili and salted cabbage....

 2021-12-02 09:34 

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Jack Dorsey's Square changes corporate name to Block in nod to blockchain...

The move comes days after Dorsey stepped down from his role as chief executive officer at Twitter....

 2021-12-02 08:00 

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Italian Alps turn into a winter wonderland just in time for ski season...

Enjoy these photos from the fresh snow that turned Italy's South Tyrol mountains into a winter wonderland this past weekend....

 2021-12-02 07:40 

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UK panel asks government to scrap plan to turn back migrant boats...

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has proposed legislation that would give authorities patrolling the Channel the power to turn away boats carrying migrants....

 2021-12-02 07:15 

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US defence chief slams China's drive for hypersonic weapons...

US defence Secretary Lloyd Austin said that China's pursuit of hypersonic weapons "increases tensions in the region"....

 2021-12-02 07:07 

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Omnicron COVID variant: Curbs on southern Africa 'a kind of travel apartheid', says UN chief...

Restrictions have been placed on flights from southern African nations after the detection of the COVID variant Omnicron....

 2021-12-02 07:00 

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Watch top news stories today | December 2nd Morning edition...

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel....

 2021-12-02 06:09 

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Women's Tennis Association suspends China tournaments over Peng Shuai censorship...

The CEO of the Women's Tennis Association said they would suspend all China tournaments because Peng Shuai has "seemingly been pressured to contradict her allegation of sexual assault."...

 2021-12-01 23:05 

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Giulio Regeni: Egypt responsible for 2016 murder of student, says Italian commission...

The report comes weeks after the murder trial of four Egyptian police officers was suspended....

 2021-12-01 22:04 

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Storm Arwen: 30,000 people still without power in the UK...

Regional authorities say the storm damage is the "most significant" they have ever had to deal with....

 2021-12-01 22:03 

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Three men arrested after homemade bomb found in Reykjavk bin...

The explosive device was found outside an apartment building in the Mnatn area of Reykjavk....

 2021-12-01 20:46 

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NATO threatens Moscow with sanctions if Russian troops invade Ukraine...

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken threatened Moscow with 'high-impact economic measures' if President Vladimir Putin attacked Ukraine....

 2021-12-01 20:43 

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Original Botticelli bought for 12,000 in 1963 expected to sell for 35 million...

'The Man of Sorrows' is believed to have been produced in the late 15th/early 16th century. After living in a private collection for over 60 years, it's set to make a fortune....

 2021-12-01 20:40 

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Brussels accused of 'weakening asylum rights' to deal with Belarus border crisis...

The European Commission is facing backlash after it proposed to give Poland, Latvia and Lithuania more flexibility to process asylum applications. #BrusselsBureau...

 2021-12-01 19:27 

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Shah's Cars: Iranian museum showcases vintage cars once owned by royal family...

Luxurious vintage cars once belonging to the last Shah of the Pahlavi Dynasty, Mohammad Reza Shah, have gone on display at the Iran Historical Car Museum....

 2021-12-01 19:26 

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Activists gather outside US Supreme Court ahead of major abortion case...

Pro-choice and anti-abortion activists gather outside the US Supreme Court ahead of oral arguments in the fiercest challenge to abortion in a generation, as a Supreme Court dramatically reshaped by Donald Trump hears a case that could roll back 50 years o...

 2021-12-01 19:03 

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World AIDS Day: Fight against HIV being forgotten amid COVID pandemic...

During the first year of the COVID pandemic, 40 countries, mostly in Africa, reported a decline in HIV testing, vital to preventing the spread of the virus. #BrusselsBureau...

 2021-12-01 18:46 

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Fuel made from recycled plastic bottles is being tested to propel rockets into space...

What if plastic pollution could be turned into fuel that could propel a rocket into orbit? This British start-up may have found a way....

 2021-12-01 18:43 

Euronews

Two-thirds in North Macedonia believe COVID was created to control humans: study...

The poll also found that 46% of citizens in North Macedonia believe the virus is being sprayed by aeroplanes....

 2021-12-01 18:41 

Euronews

Families of Astroworld victims reject Travis Scott's offer to cover funerals...

A growing number of representatives for the 10 victims of last month's Astroworld disaster are declining Scott's offer to pay for funerals and other medical costs....

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