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European tourism at risk of shrinking coronavirus

The European tourism industry is in danger of being eclipsed by other global destinations as governments take various steps to reopen in time for the summer season, CNBC experts said . Tourism represents 10% of Europe’s economy and creates 27 million jobs directly and indirectly across the region. However, the sector has been stagnant since March with many countries imposing …

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A € 750 Billion Virus Recovery Plan Promotes Europe On A New Frontier

BRUSSELS – For decades, even as the financial crisis of 2008 threatened the collapse of the bloc, wealthy nations in the European Union have resisted the notion of collective debt. But the coronavirus has actually damaged the bloc’s economy so European leaders are now forced to consider the kind of unified and abolished response that is thought to be non-functioning. …

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The Trump administration is trying to end Iran’s dealings with the Obama administration

Nonproliferation experts say the waivers, supported by U.S. allies in Europe, reduce Iran’s incentive to enrich uranium at a higher level and provide a window into the country’s atomic program. But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and a team of lawmakers led by Republican Sen. Arkansas’s Tom Cotton has pushed for greater pressure on Tehran and abolished Obama’s foreign policy …

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro could easily collapse, say analysts

Not wearing a face mask, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro delivered his supporters at the Praça dos Três Poderes, in front of the Planalto Palace on Sunday, May 24, 2020. Andre Borges | NurPhoto | NurPhoto Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s right-wing man, who removed the coronavirus as a “small flu,” may be the first leader in the world to be infected …

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San Jose took a second to open the cooling centers

With temperatures rising around the Bay Area on Tuesday, the city of San Jose’s Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services Department made the last-second decision to open five cooling centers this week. Cooling centers began Tuesday night at Mayfair Community Center, Camden Community Center, Seven Trees Community Center, Roosevelt Community Center and Cypress Community Center “to give residents a cool place …

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A Boy, A Bear and a Call to the Mountains of Italy

ROME – Featuring an impressive aplomb, 12-year-old Alessandro Breda is slowly tumbling down a hilltop while walking through the Dolomites. “Photo,” she whispered loudly to her companion Loris Calliari, making sure she got one. “Come on, Ale, come on,” said Mr. Calliari. “Don’t go back to him.” “Him” is the massive brown bear that kidnaps the boy as he makes …

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Australian barley exports: Beijing targets Canberra after calling for a coronavirus investigation

Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne has previously expressed support for an investigation into a morning television show on Sunday in April. Less than a month later, the campaign to punish Australia appears to be complete. China is Australia’s largest trading partner by far, with total trade between the two countries reaching more than $ 214 billion in 2018 alone. Like …

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The United States accuses Russia of sending Warplanes to Libya

CAIRO – The US military accused Russia of covertly dumping at least 14 fighter jets in Libya last week to support mercenaries fighting alongside a beleaguered commander in its campaign to oust the government from Tripoli, the capital. The expansion of the fighter jet has emerged to confirm the deepening of the Kremlin’s role in the exploding proxy war, with …

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What we do know – and still do not know – about coronavirus

After Ranney took to Twitter on Sunday with a series of posts on the topic that many found extremely useful and instructive, CNN interviewed emergency physician and associate professor at Brown University of emergency medicine . Here’s what he says we know, and what we still don’t know, about Covid-19. The following interview, conducted via Twitter, was lightly edited. So …

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