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Danske Bank scandal: Dane remanded over $4.5 billion laundering

According to Denmark's public prosecutor, a Danish lady was remanded in custody on Wednesday for her suspected involvement in a money laundering case in...

Covid-19: Sajid Javid refuses to talk out more restrictions

As the Omicron variety spreads across England, the health secretary Sajid Javid has refused to rule out more Covid restrictions.

Unions confirms Brussels airline strike is still on, over 3500 reservations cancelled

The management of Brussels Airlines confirmed that the trade unions will not call off their strike on Monday.

Healthcare in the United States should focus on 5 critical issues

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought to light the widening racial inequities in health care. Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma are among the least healthy states in the US. Value-based care can lower health-care costs by increasing access to care and keeping people healthy.

EU, Germany, UK again cautions Russia over Ukraine

The chairman of the European Union's executive commission has warned Russia that if it invades neighbouring Ukraine, the EU will retaliate with a slew of new penalties.

Citizenship by Investment Program of St Kitts and Nevis continue to please investors

St Kitts and Nevis have built up a reputation of having the "world's fastest" Citizenship by Investment Programme.

Truck transporting over 100 migrants crashes, killing 54

A truck toppled in southern Mexico on Thursday, killing at least 54 people and injuring more than 100 others

Farmers in the UK and Europe have joined forces to work together.

The four UK farming unions have joined forces to emphasise the necessity of forging a new partnership with the EU and cooperating on issues

EU Parliamentarians and Israel discuss international legal status of “Israel” in brussels

Leaders of the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus joined prominent members of the European Parliament for a discussion on Israel's international legal status.

French army convoy on its way to Mali and the demonstrators

The French army convoy on its way to Mali was again attacked by demonstrators, but this time in Niger. After having been blocked for...

UK Home Secretary Priti Patel no longer invited to Canal’s migrant meeting

France told UK Home Secretary Priti Patel that it is no longer invited to European talks on the Canal's migration crisis after British Prime...

Satellite jammers in the Space Force would temporarily disrupt enemy communications

Military officials and analysts in the United States have cautioned that China and Russia are developing an arsenal of weapons aimed at interfering with...

Kenny D. Anthony concerned about rising violence in St Lucia

Castries: St Lucia is again shaken up by the rising gun and gang violence incidents. The Vieux Fort South is the major victim of...

Musk anticipates the first Starship launch in early 2022

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, said the maiden orbital flight of his company's Starship spaceship may happen as early as January, assuming regulatory...

Around half of Belgium people don’t know where their electricity comes from: Study

Almost half of Belgians don’t know where their electricity comes from, according to a study from the energy platform Bolt Energie.

The spread of monkeypox was sexual transmission at raves in Europe: WHO

A top adviser to the World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed the unprecedented outbreak of monkeypox in developed nations as "a random event" that might be explained by sexual behaviour at two recent raves.

Switzerland remains most popular destination for German emigrants among EU: Reports

The Federal Statistical Office of Germany (Destatis) has mentioned that Switzerland remains the most popular destination for German emigrants among all other European countries.

EU must adapts current production of food, instead of increasing supply: Reports

To ensure global food security, the European Union must adapt its current production of food, rather than increase supply, as per the report published by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) on 23 May.

Belgium makes 21-day quarantine compulsory for monkeypox patients

Belgium has recently reported a spike in the number of monkeypox cases, which has forced the nation to become the first country to make a 21-day quarantine compulsory for patients.

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