Category : Europe

by Top News - 3 days ago

Germany Suspends Extradition Pact With Hong Kong

Germany has suspended its extradition settlement with Hong Kong after the territory’s pro-Beijing authorities disqualified 12 pro-democracy candidates and postponed the legislative elections. “The decision by the Hong Kong Authorities to disqualify...

by Top News - 4 days ago

Coronavirus’ lost generation

Like in much of the world, restaurants and other businesses in Rome were forced to shutter during the pandemic. | Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images By GRETA PRIVITERA 07/31/2020 11:41 AM EDT */ ]]> MILAN — After a months-long search, Alessandro M...

by Top News - 4 days ago

Dutch KLM Group to Cut 4,500-5,000 Jobs Due to Pandemic

KLM airline airplanes are seen parked, as Schiphol Airport reduces its flights because of the CCP virus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on April 2, 2020. (Piroschka van de Wouw/Reuters) AMSTELVEEN, The Netherlands—Dutch ser...

by Top News - 4 days ago

Eurozone Economy Suffers Record Drop During Lockdown Months

PARIS—The economy of the 19-country eurozone shrank by a devastating 12.1 % in the course of the second quarter from the quarter before as coronavirus lockdowns froze business and shopper activity. It was the most important drop on report. Spain, wh...

by Top News - 4 days ago

Dutch Government: Masks Haven’t Been Proven Effective

AMSTERDAM—The Dutch government on Wednesday stated it won't advise the public to put on masks to sluggish the unfold of coronavirus, asserting that their effectiveness has not been proven. The choice was introduced by Minister for Medical Care Tamar...

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by Top News - 5 days ago

Virus Cluster in France Splits Generations, Raises Fears

PARIS—As the solar went down, their partying acquired into full move, with an unwanted visitor: the coronavirus. An outbreak amongst 18- to 25-year-olds at a seaside resort on the Brittany coast is crystallizing fears that the virus is flaring again...

by Top News - 1 week ago

40 million Americans face student loan cliff

*/ ]]> The federal government’s emergency relief for more than 40 million student loan borrowers is set to expire at the end of September, amid sky-high levels of unemployment and an overall economy still stifled by rising coronavirus cases. The loo...