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Europe faces ‘polar winter’ – Serbian president

Europe is facing a difficult winter this year, but next winter will be “polar,” Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday, commenting on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech at the Eastern Economic Forum.  Among other things, Putin stressed that Russia would not supply energy to countries adopting measures in breach …

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Ukrainian nuclear site faces new threat 

Shelling of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station by Ukrainian forces risks a “nuclear catastrophe” at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, Arseniy Zelensky, the Kakhovka facility’s deputy director for reconstruction, told reporters on Saturday.   According to Zelensky, as quoted by TASS, Kakhovka is now operating in a “very dangerous” emergency mode.  The …

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LGBT ‘propaganda’ faces complete ban in Russia

The promotion of LGBT relations could be permanently banned in Russia under a bill introduced to the State Duma on Monday, which likens such messaging to war propaganda and incitement of hatred. Currently, LGBT ‘propaganda’ in Russia is only banned when directed at children, but some politicians have been calling …

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Eurozone faces mounting recession risk – Bloomberg

The risk of recession in the euro area is growing, economists polled by Bloomberg warned on Tuesday, citing the shortage of natural gas, as well as inflation – which remains at record levels – as the main factors. The likelihood of recession has reportedly surged to 45% from 30% in …

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India faces wave of widening protests

Angry crowds have taken to the streets of India over the past two days to protest the government’s proposed overhaul of the country’s military recruitment system, which critics say could lead to unemployment and compromised security. As reported by Reuters, protests first flared up in the eastern state of Bihar …

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EU faces another Russian gas supply cut

Russian energy major Gazprom said on Wednesday it would further reduce the capacity of gas supplies via the Nord Stream pipeline to 67 million cubic meters per day. The company explained it has to halt the operation of one more Siemens gas pumping unit on the pipeline. “Due to the …

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Germany faces beer bottle shortage

While German brewers have dealt with beer bottle shortages before, the current situation is “unprecedented” due to the combination of galloping inflation, rising energy costs, the conflict in Ukraine and sanctions against Russia and Belarus, the New York Times reported on Thursday. There is more than enough beer for Germans to …

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UK PM Johnson faces no-confidence vote on Monday

Sir Graham Brady, the chair of the British Conservative Party’s 1922 Committee, has announced that the threshold has been reached for a vote of confidence in the leadership of Boris Johnson. It has been scheduled to take place on Monday evening. There will be a two-hour window for voting, with …

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