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Norway’s energy sales growth spurs accusations of profiting from war

Europe’s frantic search for alternatives to Russian energy has dramatically increased the demand — and price — for Norway’s oil…

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‘Right to die’: Belgium marks two decades since legalising euthanasia

Marc Decroly has helped more than a hundred patients die. The 58-year-old doctor is one of several Belgian practitioners who…

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Gota-Go Village, a nerve center of Sri Lankan protests, completes 50 days

Fifty days ago, when Buddhi Prabodha Karunaratne, a 28-year-old Sri Lankan protester, was asked which political outfit he belonged to,…

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Airport police seize cash and gold coins worth over 300,000 euros

The Guardia Civil report having intercepted a passenger at Palma Son Sant Airport who was due to have boarded a…

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Airport taxi driver arrested for assaulting “pirate” driver

There have been regular clashes between taxi drivers at Palma Son Sant Joan Airport and unauthorised drivers. On Wednesday, the…

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Lithuanians organise donation drive to buy Bayraktar drone for Ukraine

Hundreds of Lithuanians are chipping in together to buy an advanced military drone for Ukraine in its war against Russia…

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Liverpool and Real Madrid face off for Champions League final rematch

Issued on: 28/05/2022 – 10:28 Liverpool and Real Madrid meet in the Champions League final for the second time in…

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Balearics facing some tough competition this year

Price is king. How many times have we head that warning from UK travel experts over the years? Well the…

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Son Espases will close 70 beds in June

Erlina Vijande of the SATSE nursing union has reacted with amazement to statements made by the head of emergencies at…

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North Korea’s daily Covid-19 cases fall below 100,000

The new possible daily Covid-19 infections in North Korea have fallen below 100,000 for the first time since the country…

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