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Hardly anyone believes the European Central Bank is serious about hitting its inflation target of "below, but close to, 2%" https://t.co/gLR61nqAAc
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A new proposal from the European Commission could see refugees distributed across the EU. But not all countries are willing to accept the scheme https://t.co/ZUKhSIk97F
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Cash-strapped Greece has largely given up on buying high-end French frigates or destroyers, opting for smaller and cheaper British corvettes instead https://t.co/bOF2HNvQis
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In 2010 about 5% of the world’s emissions were covered by a carbon price. Today, that figure is over 15% https://t.co/lb7j4eKvad
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“The New Map” breezily takes the reader through the developments of the past few decades in the oil business and energy in general https://t.co/b0LwoXyNjP
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Amy Coney Barrett, the leading contender for Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat, is in many ways the jurisprudential inverse of the woman she may replace https://t.co/uxjNQYFfVF
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Britain’s government is to launch a public consultation on whether access to at-home abortions should be made permanent https://t.co/vXcdAx3pVX
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Designed to bolster America’s defence in the wake of the September 11th attacks, the Department of Homeland Security is America’s largest federal law-enforcement agency https://t.co/o8uyiNTG0u
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Even with the darkest prospects in decades looming over India’s 1.3bn people, its TV news channels have recently focused instead on the private lives of a clutch of stars https://t.co/bsMm3DLYIm
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In the officially sanctioned narrative Li Wenliang, a doctor who was harassed by Chinese police for sounding the alarm about covid-19 before his death, is now a fallen patriot https://t.co/EkXZRFddXv
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It is not known how the Pantanal’s thousands of species will recover from the fires, but there are likely to be long-term impacts https://t.co/5kGhr5v4Ox
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“Actually breaching international law by passing an Act of Parliament in this way should be a last resort and not a first thought.” @David_Cameron considers Britain’s Brexit negotiations on “The Economist Asks” podcast https://t.co/Io1u0EpezG
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“Wagnerism”, a new book, is more than either a prosecutor's brief or a case for the defence https://t.co/szpygg23XO
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Colombia is the only democracy in which all the police are controlled by the defence ministry https://t.co/ZBZIXKKWX3
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