How Europe prepares for the approaching winter

How Europe responds to the energy crisis in the winter

Europe urgently implements a series of measures to deal with the energy crisis, such as imposing a ceiling on electricity prices or calling for savings, when the cold winter approaches. European Union (EU) officials on September 30 agreed on a …

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Ukraine submits application to join NATO

Ukraine submits application to join NATO

President Zelensky signed an application to join NATO and asked the alliance to quickly admit Ukraine, after Russia annexed four Ukrainian provinces. “We have proven our ability to meet the standards of the alliance. We take the decisive step with …

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Germany warns of ‘extremely tense’ energy situation

Germany warns of 'extremely tense' energy situation

The German Economy Minister warned that the situation in Germany’s energy supply was “extremely tense”, despite the establishment of a protective shield of 200 billion euros. “We are still in a state of emergency. If we don’t save, if households …

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UK criticizes Russia for violating international law

UK criticizes Russia for violating international law

British Prime Minister Liz Truss criticized Russia for violating international law by annexing four Ukrainian territories, saying it would not accept this. “The UK will never accept that Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia are not Ukrainian territory,” British Prime Minister …

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Chinese scholars argue about economic line

Chinese scholars argue about economic line

China’s two top economists fiercely debated the country’s economic development line, just ahead of the party congress. Wen Tiejun, 71, a prominent Chinese scholar on agricultural and rural policy, made headlines earlier this week with a viral video on social …

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