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Farewell to NATO
By Daniel Larison*
European markets slip following inflation data; Deutsche Bank slips 1.3%
Europe’s major indexes were slightly weaker on Monday, as investors digested inflation data from some of the region’s biggest economies on a quiet day due to holidays in the UK and US.
Europe's economy shrinks amid slow vaccine rollouts, lockdowns
With swaths of Europe still under lockdown restrictions and facing a stuttering vaccination rollout, the region's economy slid into a double-dip recession in the first quarter of the year, in contrast to a rosy outlook in the United States.
Europe’s COVID-19 death toll surpasses one million
Europe passed the grim milestone of one million coronavirus deaths on Monday, as the World Health Organization warned that infections are rising exponentially despite widespread efforts aimed at stopping them.
New COVID restrictions sweep Europe ahead of Easter
Europe may not be subject to the drastic lockdown measures introduced to combat the first wave of coronavirus a year ago, but many countries still face another Easter of greatly reduced meeting and movement.
Political role under fire in European AstraZeneca vaccine suspensions
The decision by more than a dozen European countries to suspend AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 shot faced deepening scrutiny on Wednesday, amid concerns the step could undermine public confidence and delay efforts to beat the coronavirus pandemic.
Von der Leyen: EU to get 100m vaccine doses per month from April
The European Union chief Ursula von der Leyen said Monday she expects the bloc to receive 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccines every month from April, giving a boost to Europe's stuttering inoculation campaign.
Rouhani urges Europe to avoid 'threats or pressure'
Irish FM: US withdrawal from Iran deal ‘historic mistake’
Europe auto sales resume steep decline in January after reprieve
Passenger-car sales in Europe’s five biggest markets tumbled by more than a quarter last month after lockdowns to combat the pandemic shuttered dealerships and consumers shied away from large purchases.
US, European partners pledge to work together on Iran nuclear deal
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, along with French, German and British foreign ministers, on Friday discussed Iran as they seek to revive the Iran nuclear deal.
Europe to make more hardware for American Moon missions
Europe will be building a further three service modules for the US space agency's (NASA) Orion crew capsule.

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