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Japan declares a state of emergency in four major cities; very strict rules should try to save the Olympics

Japan is currently in the middle of a new wave of the corona pandemic. Barely three months before the start…

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Politics

Governing party SNP declares itself victorious in Scotland

In the parliamentary elections in Scotland, the pro-independence party SNP declared itself the winner. “Absolutely no one would have predicted…

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Autos

No battery replacement at Tesla: China manager declares fast charging to be the best solution

In China, Tesla has so far had more competition in the electric car market than in Europe and especially in…

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Politics

Military coup in Myanmar: Army declares a state of emergency

1962 coup After a coup in 1962, the country was under military rule for almost half a century. Suu Kyi…

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Politics

Democratic challenger Ossoff declares victory in battle for crucial senate seat

Democrat Jon Ossoff has declared victory in the Senate election in the US state of Georgia via video message. We…

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Economy

Defeat for Aldi heirs: Court declares million payments void

picture alliance / dpa | Rolf Vennenbernd For almost ten years there has been a violent dispute between the members…

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Economy

Defeat for Aldi heirs: Court declares million payments void

picture alliance / dpa | Rolf Vennenbernd For almost ten years there has been a violent dispute between the members…

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Coronavirus

Corona vaccine: EMA declares on December 11th. all the process of approval

Syda Productions / Shutterstock Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen made high hopes for…

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Breaking News

Trump denounces ‘fraud’ and declares himself the winner

Donald Trump claimed victory in the presidential election on Wednesday, plunging the United States into the unknown and into worry,…

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Economy

European aviation agency declares Boeing 737 MAX safe to fly: perhaps in the air again this year

The safety level achieved on recent test flights was “high enough”, argues Patrick Ky, EASA’s chief executive. With additional adjustments…

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