European Commission Seeks Sweeping New Crisis Powers To Secure Critical Supply Chains

European Commission Seeks Sweeping New Crisis Powers To Secure Critical Supply Chains

The executive body of the European Union (EU) laid out a new emergency tool to secure supply chains in times of crisis that would give it sweeping new powers to block member countries from adopting restrictions to the free movement of crisis-relevant goods or...
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Germany reveals generous inflation-relief package

Germany reveals generous inflation-relief package

The German government has agreed a €65 billion financial aid package to ease inflation-driven pressure from a tightening power-supply crisis in the European Union, AFP reported on Sunday, citing a policy paper. “Timely and proportionate relief for citizen...
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Poland wants Ukraine to admit genocide

Poland wants Ukraine to admit genocide

A Polish deputy culture minister says the 1943 Volhyn massacres fit the definition of genocide and Kiev will have to recognize that. The mass murder of Poles by Ukrainian nationalists during the Second World War meets the definition of genocide...
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Spain Bans A/C Dropping Below 80°F, Threatens Massive Fines

Spain Bans A/C Dropping Below 80°F, Threatens Massive Fines

Penalties will range from up to €60,000 for minor offenses, to a maximum of €600,000 for serious violations. Citing “a real risk of a natural gas shortage during the coming winter,” the Spanish government has decreed that all shops, department s...
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Russia Ready To Help Solve Global Food Crisis

Russia Ready To Help Solve Global Food Crisis

taly says it’s working to intervene diplomatically with Russia to allow Ukrainian ports to open amid a growing global wheat and food supply crisis, given some 30% of the world’s wheat comes from war-ravaged Ukraine and Russia. This culminated in...
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Ukraine pledges to enter Crimea ‘by end of year’

Ukraine pledges to enter Crimea ‘by end of year’

The turnaround in the conflict with Russia is going to happen in August, the head of Ukrainian military intelligence claims. The Ukrainian military will turn the tide in the conflict with Russia and enter Crimea by the end of the...
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Poland ‘very disappointed’ with Germany

Poland ‘very disappointed’ with Germany

Germany has failed to supply Poland with battle tanks after Warsaw depleted its own stocks to send heavy equipment to Ukraine, Polish President Andrzej Duda told Germany’s Die Welt newspaper on Tuesday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum...
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U.S. sending Switchblade “Kamikadze” drones to Ukraine

U.S. sending Switchblade “Kamikadze” drones to Ukraine

Ukrainian forces will be armed with Switchblade “kamikaze” loitering drones that target enemy positions from 25 miles away as part of an $800 million US defence aid package. The American-made Switchblade devices are launched like mortar shells and glide th...
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NLAW, Javelin, Starstreak: 2,000 pieces of weaponry sent to Ukraine

NLAW, Javelin, Starstreak: 2,000 pieces of weaponry sent to Ukraine

Western countries have sent more than 200,000 pieces of weaponry to Ukraine. From anti-tank missiles to rifles and ammunition, thousands of pieces of equipment have been pledged and sent to help Ukraine in its fight against Russian forces. The UK...
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Poland determined to get over €800 billion in WWII reparations

Poland determined to get over €800 billion in WWII reparations

Warsaw is setting up a special research institute tasked with studying the damage inflicted on Poland by Nazi Germany, and pushing for reparations from Berlin, the Polish premier revealed. The Polish prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, made the announcement in...
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Zircon hypersonic missile test launch

Zircon hypersonic missile test launch

The Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov successfully completed a test launch of the state-of-the-art Zircon hypersonic cruise missile on Thursday, the country’s Defense Ministry has revealed. The Zircon, a scramjet anti-ship missile produced domestically, was s...
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EU plans to suffocate the crypto community

EU plans to suffocate the crypto community

The EU plans to suffocate the crypto community via a bureaucratic trick. On Tuesday, the European Commission revealed a proposal that would prohibit the use of “anonymous crypto asset wallets” as part of its fight on financial crimes. The proposal....
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EU Is Flirting With Idea Of Bloc-Wide Vaccine Passport Standard

EU Is Flirting With Idea Of Bloc-Wide Vaccine Passport Standard

GEheime STAats POlizei: “Documents, please!” While admitting that the use of such passports at the moment would be “premature” due to low vaccination rates amongst total populations, the EU says that plans to implement a bloc wide standard will...
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Slovakia Aims To Test All 5 Million Citizens In New Approach To Combating Pandemic

Slovakia Aims To Test All 5 Million Citizens In New Approach To Combating Pandemic

After beating the first wave, brave Slovakia is trying to make sure it doesn’t see a second. The small Central European nation of Slovakia, which was one of the last countries in Europe to confirm its first COVID-19 case thanks...
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ECB Trademarks “Digital Euro”, Is Preparing a Digital Currency Launch

ECB Trademarks “Digital Euro”, Is Preparing a Digital Currency Launch

Although commercial banks have shown fanatical opposition to all digital currencies, the ECB is now the leader. As the world obsesses over Trump’s taxes or whether or not he is using oxygen during his covid hospitalization, the biggest overhaul in...
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