Month: May 2022

Germany ‘flabbergasted’ at Poland’s accusation of broken promise on tanks

BERLIN — The German government has rejected claims by Polish President Andrzej Duda that it had gone back on its word…

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Sorry is the hardest word for Boris Johnson

Sorry is the hardest word for Boris Johnson

First, all coronavirus guidance was followed. Then there was no party. Then the British prime minister was ambushed by a…

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<div>In America, There Is Mass Death, Then There Is Nothing</div>

In America, There Is Mass Death, Then There Is Nothing

It doesn’t matter how many people are slaughtered. It doesn’t even matter if they’re children, as they were in Texas…

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<div>For Enrico Berlinguer, Communism Meant the Fullest Spread of Democracy</div>

For Enrico Berlinguer, Communism Meant the Fullest Spread of Democracy

Born 100 years ago today, Italian communist Enrico Berlinguer grew up under Fascist dictatorship. In postwar decades, he became leader…

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Brussels to make skirting sanctions an EU-wide crime

Brussels to make skirting sanctions an EU-wide crime

The European Commission Wednesday proposed adding evasion of sanctions to a list of crimes of EU relevance, while strengthening common…

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Masculinity, explained by WWE

Masculinity, explained by WWE

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, right, takes on John Cena at the 2012 edition of WWE’s WrestleMania. Both men started out…

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The plant-based future of food doesn’t always taste that great

The plant-based future of food doesn’t always taste that great

Plant-based meat, milk, and egg products have come a long way in the last decade, but they still have a…

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Russian parliament green-lights closure of ‘unfriendly’ Western news bureaus

Russia’s parliament passed a bill Tuesday allowing authorities to close the news bureaus of Western countries that have been “unfriendly”…

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The rise of the sadboi big man

The rise of the sadboi big man

Beth Hoeckel for Vox/Getty Images From John Cena to Jason Momoa, our most muscular movie stars are increasingly our most…

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Orbán declares state of emergency due to war in Ukraine

Hungary’s government declared a state of emergency in order to be able to respond more quickly to challenges created by…

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How to make money during the tech crash: Write about it

How to make money during the tech crash: Write about it

A London bus ad for Gopuff, an “instant delivery” service now under scrutiny as the tech industry retracts. | Mike…

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Sue Gray: Boris Johnson must bear responsibility for Partygate

LONDON — Boris Johnson presided over “failures of leadership and judgment,” a senior civil servant tasked with investigating lockdown-busting parties…

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Shooting at Texas elementary school leaves 19 children dead, horrifies nation

Shooting at Texas elementary school leaves 19 children dead, horrifies nation

Nineteen children are dead after a gunman opened fire at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday, Texas officials said. The…

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Brussels to make skirting sanctions an EU-wide crime

EU’s Russian oil ban hangs by a thread as mood darkens in Brussels

EU countries are desperately searching for a way to save their plan to ban imports of Russian oil, as hopes…

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2 losers and 1 winner from the Georgia, Alabama, and Arkansas primaries

2 losers and 1 winner from the Georgia, Alabama, and Arkansas primaries

Republican gubernatorial candidate Gov. Brian Kemp greets people during a primary night election party at the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall…

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The time is now: How to restore Europe’s leading position in pharma innovation

Recent crises have highlighted the critical need for Europe to secure and strengthen its position as leader in medical innovation….

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