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    Klara Bühl stars as Germany put seven past Switzerland in Euro 2022 tune-up

    Klara Bühl stars as Germany put seven past Switzerland in Euro 2022 tune-upGermany will leave for England off the back of a 7-0 thrashing of Switzerland in Erfurt. Klara Bühl was the star of the show with a hat trick but this was a good day for all of Martina Voss-Tecklenburg's players.
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    Should rich countries degrow their economies to stop climate change?

    Should rich countries degrow their economies to stop climate change?The degrowth movement want rich countries to stop chasing GDP in a desperate bid to stop the planet from heating — but both supporters and critics are gambling on prosperity and climate stability for billions of people.
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    Malawi murder case shines light on anti-albino prejudice in Africa

    Malawi murder case shines light on anti-albino prejudice in AfricaA Catholic priest, a policeman and 10 others conspired to commit a brutal murder in rural Malawi in 2018. A court has found them guilty of mutilating the 22-year-old victim for the pigment of his skin.
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    Depeche Mode discloses Andy Fletcher's cause of death

    Depeche Mode discloses Andy Fletcher's cause of deathThe keyboardist, a founding member of the British electronic band Depeche Mode, died at the age of 60 following an aortic dissection.
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    Food consumerism: What's stopping the switch to a climate-friendly diet?

    Food consumerism: What's stopping the switch to a climate-friendly diet?The global food system allows us to buy almost any product we want, whenever we want — often at the cost of the environment. Scientists say we need to consume less. But are we even capable of changing our eating habits?
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    Germany to return looted artifacts to Africa

    Germany to return looted artifacts to AfricaGermany has agreed to return trove of looted African colonial artifacts, including over 1,000 Benin Bronzes that will be repatriated to Nigeria.
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    Turkey to seek extradition of 33 'terrorists' from Finland, Sweden

    Turkey to seek extradition of 33 'terrorists' from Finland, SwedenThe request comes after the three countries signed a deal that clears the way for Sweden and Finland to become members of NATO.
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    Milky Way maps teach us about stars, asteroids and life

    Milky Way maps teach us about stars, asteroids and lifeAn astronomer's work never ends. Europe's Gaia mission has mapped billions of stars, planets and asteroids in our galaxy but the job is far from done.
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    Germany: Inflation sinks slightly to 7.6%

    Germany: Inflation sinks slightly to 7.6%The news of a minor decline in German inflation came as a surprise to both analysts and consumers.
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    NATO declares Russia its 'most direct threat,' offers Finland, Sweden membership

    NATO declares Russia its 'most direct threat,' offers Finland, Sweden membershipAt the Madrid summit, alliance leaders said they wanted to send a message to Russia, as NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said Moscow's war in Ukraine presents the "biggest challenge" in the alliance's history.
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    Female referees at World Cup 2022: Snubs, hostility and chauvinism

    Female referees at World Cup 2022: Snubs, hostility and chauvinismIt takes a thick skin and real determination to become a top-level referee, and that's even more true for women. The men's World Cup in Qatar will feature six female officials and they've all had to come up the hard way.
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    Russia's default explained: Will investors take a hit?

    Russia's default explained: Will investors take a hit?By most accounts, Russia has defaulted on its sovereign debt because it was unable to make a payment to its creditors. But reality is trickier than that, and shows Moscow has been strategic in bracing for the fallout.
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    Germany's Scholz under pressure for answer at press conference

    Germany's Scholz under pressure for answer at press conferenceThe German chancellor was accused of being disrespectful and arrogant after he snubbed a Deutsche Welle journalist who asked about security guarantees for Ukraine. The government has rejected the criticism.
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    Europe searches for ways to ease summer travel chaos

    Europe searches for ways to ease summer travel chaosCancellations and long lines at airports: This isn't what air travelers had planned for as they set off on their long-awaited trips postponed by the pandemic. Now, governments are stepping in to minimize their misery.
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    Vietnam's climate credentials come under scrutiny after activist jailing

    Vietnam's climate credentials come under scrutiny after activist jailingThe Vietnamese government's commitment to action on climate change is in the spotlight after a leading environmental activist was sentenced this month to two years in prison on murky charges of "tax evasion."
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    Euro 2022: What to watch out for in England

    Euro 2022: What to watch out for in EnglandEuro 2022 kicks off in England on July 6, with the hosts having sold plenty of tickets under the weight of expectation. An absent star is returning, there's more competition than ever, but questions over stadiums linger.
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    Facebook removes posts about abortion pills in US

    Facebook removes posts about abortion pills in USAfter the US Supreme Court overturned a major abortion law, Facebook is removing information about abortion online. An employee claims that the tech giant is also removing messages from workers about it.
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    Ukraine bans Russian music and books

    Ukraine bans Russian music and booksAs war rages, Ukraine's parliament is defending itself against the invaders with new laws banning Russian music and literature. Which authors can still be read? Who can still perform there? And what exceptions exist?
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    Eswatini: Security tight on protest anniversary

    Eswatini: Security tight on protest anniversaryWednesday marks one year since a violent clampdown on pro-democracy activists that left dozens of people dead, many injured and several arrested in the tiny Southern African country of Eswatini.
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    Russia tightens legislation on 'foreign agents'

    Russia tightens legislation on 'foreign agents'Russian lawmakers passed a law expanding the definition of "foreign agents," a tool used to crack down on Kremlin critics and impose new restrictions.