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The World After Struggling to Register In Sports Calendars

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It was time for containment. The forced break invited, so we thought about it. In a sport in "the next world", the almost unexpected...

Nautical activity clubs eager to regain access to beaches

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Notice of swirling winds. The world of boating...

Venezuela files complaint against Bank of England gold reserves

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Document distributed by the Venezuelan presidency showing Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaking during a television announcement at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, March...

UK bill to curb migration to EU progresses with lawmakers

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British ministers supported an immigration reform bill, part of the move towards the government's new points-based immigration system, which will be introduced from 2021. Under...

Filomena Martins: “Was there an increase in tests or in people...

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"I would like to know the number of people tested in Portugal. One person may have done 7 or 8 tests." The analysis by...

Football Europe has shown its limits in the face of coronavirus

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At the height of its 55 members, UEFA,...

In the Event of A Vaccine, Sanofi Announces That They Want...

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Sanofi is creating a stir: Sanofi will serve the United States first if it finds a vaccine against the new coronavirus, the laboratory says....

Poland increases Investment in Wind and Solar Power with EBRD Support

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 The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said on May 18 that it would support the nearly 200 MW renewable energy portfolio of...

Kabul speaks with one voice

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Their agreement, under American pressure, closed a soap opera that seemed to be bogged down. Ashraf Ghani, the Afghan president, and Abdullah Abdullah,...

First quarter euro area growth plunges deeper into history

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The euro area economy experienced its largest contraction in history in the first quarter of this year compared to the previous quarter, due to...