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Erdogan threatens Greece over disputed territorial claims

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened Greece with “painful experiences” if the country doesn’t enter talks with Turkey over disputed territorial claims in the eastern Mediterranean.

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Classic cars are getting an eco makeover

Classic cars are being given a second, environmentally-friendly life by a company in the UK. Lunaz retrofits classic Rolls Royce and Jaguar cars with electric parts, as well as installing modern features such as wifi, sat nav and audio system. One charge of the battery allows for a journey of about 400km.

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COVID-19 might give unexpected boost to Spain’s organic sector

Researchers say the COVID-19 crisis is pushing EU consumers to shop for higher quality food and health-related products.

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Donald Trump admits to playing down dangers of coronavirus, book says

President Donald Trump talked in private about the “deadly” coronavirus last February, even as he was declaring to America it was no worse than the flu and insisting it was under control, according to a new book by journalist Bob Woodward. Trump said Wednesday he was just being a “cheerleader” for the nation and trying to keep everyone calm.

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A more green, social EU after COVID-19? A live discussion with Commissioner Gentiloni

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges for people, policymakers and societies.It has also pushed the European economy into a deep recession.

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Is Lithuania playing with fire by slapping sanctions on Belarus?

Lithuania is risking its security and a chunk of its economy by being the first to impose sanctions on Belarus over its disputed presidential election, it’s been claimed.

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Anti-Islam protests in Sweden and Norway spark debate on free speech

Recent anti-Islam protests in Sweden and Norway have sparked debate over the limits on freedom of expression.

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Why Erdogan won't start a war with Greece over Mediterranean drilling

Tensions are still running very high in the eastern Mediterranean, where Turkey is prospecting the seabed for energy reserves in an area that Greece claims as its own continental shelf.

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More than 500,000 people evacuated as 'unprecedented' wildfires sweep through Oregon

Deadly wildfires in heavily populated northwest Oregon were growing on Thursday, with hundreds of thousands of people told to flee encroaching flames while residents to the south tearfully assessed their losses.

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Coronarvirus: A third of people in Kosovo believe COVID-19 is a hoax, according to poll

Inside Kosovo’s hospitals, beds are filling up with the sick and dying as COVID-19 tears through one of Europe’s poorest corners.

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