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Donald J. Trump displays his signature after signing a presidential order extending the moratorium on offshore drilling in Jupiter, Fla.
2020-09-26, CNN
London (CNN)It's no secret that Donald Trump is no big fan of the European Union. Over the past four years, the US President has talked positively about Brexit and...
Laurent Gbagbo enters the courtroom of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands
2020-09-25, The Oklahoman
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast (AP) — The AfricanCourt on Human and Peoples’ Rights said Friday that former Ivory Coast PresidentLaurent Gbagbo should not be excluded from the...
Margrethe Vestager, Member of the European Commission in charge of Competition,holds a press conference on a competition case: Commission fines four consumer electronics manufacturers for fixing online resale prices in Brussels,July 2018
2020-09-25, Live Mint
BRUSSELS : EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager on Friday appealed a court ruling dismissing her order to iPhone maker Apple to pay 13 billion euros ($15 billion) in...
Two Spotify Premium 60 € gift cards
2020-09-24, RTE
A group of Apple's critics - including Spotify, Match Group and 'Fortnite' creator Epic Games - have joined a nonprofit group that plans to advocate for legal...
A riot police officer pushes a woman during an opposition rally to protest the presidential inauguration in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020.
2020-09-24, AOL
Britain is preparing sanctions against those responsible for “serious human rights violations” in Belarus, the Foreign Secretary has said, amid concerns of...
Citrus County Chronicle: BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Voters in Romania were casting ballots Sunday in municipal elections, which are being viewed as a test of how the next general election on Dec. 6 will unfold for the country’s minority-led government. About 19 million registered...
Deutsche Welle: Police have detained four men who are suspected of taking part in an armed hijacking of a helicopter in Belgium. The men reportedly attempted to break out a female inmate from a prison near Brussels. ......
Beijing News: French PresidentEmmanuel Macron said Belarus' leader Alexander Lukashenko has to step down, in comments to a French weekly published on Sunday. "It's clear he has to go," he told Le Journal du Dimanche, speaking days after the European Union refused to...
The Mercury News: Farmers and the farmers’ markets they attend have been quite resilient for the last six months, despite the restrictions that the coronavirus pandemic has forced upon them. But fall is here, winter is coming, and many farmers’ markets are beginning to close...
Xinhua: BRUSSELS, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg has said that relations between Luxembourg and China have yielded fruitful results in the past and have broad prospects for the future,...
Yahoo Daily News: A total of one million jobs are at risk globally if there is a no-deal Brexit, according to new research seen by the Financial Times. A report by the Halle Institute for Economic Research, updating a dispatch from February last year, showed about 700,000 jobs...
The Oregonian: The final days of their lives drew to a close in a Beaverton nursing home’s memory care facility. It was there where they contracted COVID-19. It was there where they took their last breath. The number of Oregonians who’ve died from the coronavirus has reached...
Beijing News: Described as dejected and dogmatic even by his partisans, Boris Johnson is enduring a torrid time in his tumultuous premiership, and worse may lie ahead. The coronavirus pandemic is testing all world leaders. But Britain has suffered more than any other...
Manila Standard Today: French PresidentEmmanuel Macron said Sunday that Belarus’s leader Alexander Lukashenko must step down, after the EU refused to recognise him as the legitimate president of the ex-Soviet country. “It’s clear he has to go,” Macron told...
The Jakarta Post: Shares The Swiss were voting Sunday on limiting immigration from the European Union, which, while not expected to pass, has sparked fears a shock "yes" could devastate relations with the bloc. The initiative, backed by the populist right-wing Swiss...
The Atlantic: When Alexander Lukashenko began to face the biggest challenge yet to his 26-year rule of Belarus, he attributed it to only one thing: Western meddling. “We have managed to take steps to anticipate and thwart a major plan to destabilize Belarus,” the longtime...