A nationwide strike shut down public transport, schools and other services across France

A nationwide strike shut down public transport, schools and other services across France as unions kicked off an open-ended strike against President Emmanuel Macron's plans for a "universal" pension...

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It’s important to look to the progress we have made against a formidable disease....

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We can speed up procedures and facilitate citizens’ access to justice. Anna-Maja Henriksson, Finland’s...

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For over three decades, the colourful light show has captured people’s hearts as they...

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