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Staff at the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine talk about their experience when Russia invaded the area with the BBC.
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New obesity prevention grocery store rules in Britain require that no food high in salt, sugar or fat can be placed within 2 metres of a checkout or queueing area and restricted to certain areas in the store.
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EU energy ministers approve a windfall tax of $140 billion as solidarity contribution of fossil fuel producers. This follows action taken by president Biden in the $369 billion US Climate bill to generate the funds for social solidarity and for climate change action for brighter future in US and Europe.
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Alvaro Morata gives Spain a win in the 88th minute over Portugal after Ronaldo and Diego Jota fail to score. The game ended 1-0.
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DW.com looks at the increasing demand for Indonesian coal from Germany and other European nations, and the surge in coal prices. There is also a surge in demand of LNG from Malaysia. Germany is now the largest destination for Indonesian coal after China and India. The prohibition of Russian coal by the EU went into effect in August 2022.
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In an effort to build closer ties with France and the European Union, president Biden will host president Macron in the first state visit of his presidency.
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With Federer's retirement from world tennis comes a look at another player Martin Del Potro who retires after fighting a constant battle with injuries throughout his career and doing this with grace and in the way that Federer was kinetic and fluid.
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The high energy costs and the need for the funding approved by the European Union mean the new Italian government of Giorgia Meloni will work closely with the EU. Italy's difficult fiscal situation with high debt to GDP limit the possibilities for Meloni to carry out policies independent of the EU. Her election campaign was fought mainly on cultural issues, opposing immigration and calling for a return to family and Catholic values, while extending support to the European Union position ...
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Christopher Caldwell points out in this essay in NYT that Mario Draghi former head of the European Central Bank, who had the support of international financial institutions for a country with debt to GDP of 150%, was not elected, and that the new coalition was elected with 45% of the vote, giving 55% of the vote to other opposition parties. Giorgia Meloni's Brothers of Italy has 26% of the vote, the opposing New Democratic Party has 19%. Italian elections have resulted in 70 govern ...
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Not much will change in Italy's place in the European Union, says Maria Ferraresi, editor of Italy's Domani newspaper. Italy expects 200 billion euros of solidarity aid from the European Union that is dependent on following EU rules. And coalition partner Berlusconi says he will drop his support if Meloni adopts any anti EU rules positions. Meloni's Brothers of Italy party with 26% of the vote has roots going back to the Social Movement in Italy in the 1930's. ...
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FR24 shows how European governments and the European Union responded to the election of Giorgia Meloni in Italy to form a new government.
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The centre right coalition parties win the Italian election with 45% of the vote. Meloni's party The Brothers of Italy win 26% of the vote.  As in Sweden where a centre right party joined centrist parties to form a government immigration was an issue in the election. She campaigned for family friendly benefits, stopping immigration, and improving working families incomes.
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Giorgia Meloni of Italy as seen from Germany in this report in DW.com
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Giorgia Meloni's effort to revive the right wing vote in Italy after disillusionment with Mr. Berlusconi is shown in this report in the New York Post.  She was Mr. Berlusconi's Minister for Youth from 2008 to 2011. This report says she has advocated for Italy and as a mother and a Catholic, but that is nothing new in Europe with most nations looking for their national interest first. On Ukraine and the European Union there is no ambiguity as Meloni supports the European Un ...
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Stancati and Walker report from Rome on Italy's latest election and the change in government as Giorgia Meloni wins 26% of the vote to form a new government. Her Brothers of Italy party has links to 1930's Italy, which Meloni is attempting to transform into a modern version that speaks for mothers, the Catholics and Italy. Italy has seen 70 governments in a short period with a highly fragmented and changing political scene. The analysis in BBC says this government could last on ...
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Labour's Keir Starmer wants to make Britain the first nation to have a zero emissions power system. His plan put forward in September 2022 would double onshore wind, triple solar energy, and quadruple offshore energy production by 2030. It would create half a million jobs, reindustrialize Britain and cut electricity bills by hundreds of pounds, says this report in The Guardian.This is Labour's answer to the Tories faltering energy plans. The Breakthrough report on achieving COP26 go ...

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