The European Union should shake off its ill will and build a good relationship with Britain as sovereign equals, Britain's top EU adviser David Frost said on Sunday, promising to stand up for the country's interests.
Shake off your ill will, Britain tells EU over post-Brexit trade
Battered by COVID and online sales, one of Paris's best-known book sellers Gibert Jeune is to shut up shop in the city's historic literary and intellectual heart, a stone's throw from the banks of the Seine where the family-owned firm started out over 130 years ago.
Paris Latin Quarter booksellers feel the squeeze
The Kremlin takes into account a threat of new sanctions against Russia and works out various scenarios to protect interests of citizens and business, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Friday.
Russia works out various scenarios to respond to possible new sanctions
Iran has filed lawsuits in international courts against European companies that provided chemical materials to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s regime, who used chemical agents against Iranians in the 1980s imposed war, said the head of the Iranian Judiciary’s High Council for Human Rights.
Tehran sues European firms for aiding Saddam’s chemical attacks against Iranians: Judiciary
An explosion struck a Dutch coronavirus test center in a "cowardly act of destruction" on Wednesday, shattering windows but causing no injuries, police and government officials said.
'Insane' blast damages Dutch coronavirus test center
E-commerce giant Amazon tweaked the icon for its mobile shopping app after it drew some unfavorable comparisons. Amazon replaced the blue ribbon on top of the icon after receiving feedback that it resembled Adolf Hitler's moustache, reports Fox News.
Amazon changes app icon after some compare it to Hitler's moustache
The number of jobless people in Spain rose above four million for the first time in five years in February, official data showed on Tuesday, as COVID-19 restrictions ravage the ailing economy.
Spain's jobless hit four million for first time in five years as pandemic curbs bite
A group of Armenian protesters barged into a government building in the capital chanting for Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to quit as rival rallies were held later on Monday.
Anti-PM protesters barge into gov’t building in Armenian capital
A French court found former president Nicolas Sarkozy guilty on Monday of trying to bribe a judge and influence peddling, making him the second head of state in modern-day France to be convicted of corruption.
Former French president Sarkozy sentenced to jail in corruption trial
A coalition of UK aid agencies warned Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic is worsening the “dire humanitarian” crisis in fragile states and raising the risk of famine, including in Yemen.
UK aid charities warn of famine as COVID-19 hits poorer nations

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