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Sausage Fight: UK and EU Battling Over Chilled Meats

Sausage Fight: UK and EU Battling Over Chilled Meats

Britain is duking it out with the European Union over rules regarding the exporting of chilled meat products. And, yes, this particular international dust-up is being called a “sausage fight” by some members of the press. Back in January, when Brexit was formalized, it resulted in the UK being unable …

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Biden and Putin Geneva Meeting Tests US and Russian Relations

Biden and Putin Geneva Meeting Tests US and Russian Relations

The heads of state of the United States and Russia coming together is always a nerve-wracking situation. The Cold War was decades ago, but lingering tensions remain between the two largest nuclear powers on the planet. On Wednesday, Joe Biden had his first meeting as US president with Vladimir Putin, …

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ESA and NASA Work Together to Upgrade Space Station Power Supply

ESA and NASA Work Together to Upgrade Space Station Power Supply

On Wednesday, astronauts from both the US’s space agency, NASA, and the European Space Agency will work together to upgrade the power supply on the International Space Station. The ISS, a joint effort between numerous space agencies, is a major scientific and cultural achievement for humanity. Wednesday’s spacewalks will be …

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Did Joe Biden Break Royal Protocol?

Did Joe Biden Break Royal Protocol?

Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States, recently visited the UK to attend the G7 Summit of world leaders. He also turned heads due to his meeting with Queen Elizabeth. Despite long-standing royal protocol, Biden publicly disclosed the specific topics of conversation he enjoyed with the Queen during …

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EURO 2020 Promises to Be Huge Celebration of Football

EURO 2020 Promises to Be Huge Celebration of Football

The upcoming EURO 2020, which kept its name despite getting pushed back a year, is set to be a massive celebration of one of Europe’s favorite pastimes. Conceived as a commemorative event to mark 60 years since the 1960 European Nations’ Cup, the event is keeping the name it was …

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Polish Government Faces Multiple Lawsuits Over Climate Change

Polish Government Faces Multiple Lawsuits Over Climate Change

Wildfires ravage the wilderness. Droughts, intermittently broken by sudden floods, kill crops before they can fully develop. This apocalyptic scene could be something out of a dystopian sci-fi novel. However, this is reality: Poland is already suffering these effects, which many of its people attribute to the worsening climate crisis. …

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Scientists Revive Siberian Animal After 24,000 Years Under Ice

Scientists Revive Siberian Animal After 24,000 Years Under Ice

The permafrost of Siberia is well-known for its ability to preserve biological material that gets trapped under the ice. In 2016, a Siberian boy died after being exposed to anthrax. It is believed that the boy fell ill after melting permafrost resulted in a well-preserved reindeer’s remains leaking anthrax it …

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Google Fined Over 200 Million Euros by French Anti-Trust Authority

Google Fined Over 200 Million Euros by French Anti-Trust Authority

In a landmark case for digital advertising, Google has been fined 220 million Euros by the French government for prioritizing its own services over competitors. Google’s place in the world of digital advertising is a privileged one: the company directs the majority of all internet advertising. The bulk of the …

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