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Europe, Asia tighten borders against COVID variant as WHO urges caution
Global authorities reacted with alarm on Friday to a new coronavirus variant detected in South Africa, with the EU and Britain among those tightening border controls as scientists sought to find out if the mutation was vaccine-resistant.
European markets retreat as investors monitor data
European stocks pulled back on Tuesday as markets monitored a COVID-19 surge, the prospect of U.S. rate hikes and the latest purchasing manager’s index (PMI) data for the euro zone.
European stocks climb but euro struggles on new Austria lockdown
European equity markets rose Monday, despite Austria's return to lockdown, but the euro languished near recent lows as the region raced to curb soaring COVID infections.
Protests against COVID rules, lockdowns continue across Europe
Protests against fresh COVID-19 restrictions rocked Europe over the weekend, with demonstrations breaking out in places such as Brussels, Vienna, Rome and Amsterdam.
WHO worries about Europe’s COVID-19 surge; warns of 500,000 more deaths
The World Health Organization is "very worried" about the spread of COVID-19 in Europe as the continent battles a fresh wave of infections.
ECB says a rate hike unlikely for 2022; euro slides
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde reiterated on Friday that the “conditions to raise rates are very unlikely to be satisfied next year.”
Curbs back in Europe as COVID cases surge
Across Europe, sweeping COVID-19 restrictions are being imposed in a bid to tackle a fourth wave of the virus currently surging across the continent.
WHO: Europe is only region with increasing COVID-19 deaths
The World Health Organization said coronavirus deaths in Europe rose by 5% in the last week, making it the only region in the world where COVID-19 mortality increased. The U.N. health agency said confirmed cases jumped 6% jump globally, driven by increases in the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Austria locks down unvaccinated as Europe fights fresh wave
Austria became the first EU country on Monday to impose a lockdown on the unvaccinated and the first to start inoculating children as young as five, as the virus strengthens its grip on the continent.
Russia’s Gazprom starts plan to refill Europe gas stocks
Russian gas giant Gazprom said Tuesday it had begun implementing a plan to restock European gas storage facilities.
Coronavirus cases rise in Europe for 5th consecutive week
The number of coronavirus cases has risen in Europe for the fifth consecutive week, making it the only world region where COVID-19 is still increasing, the World Health Organization reported Wednesday.
Raeisi calls on Europe not to cave in to US pressure
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi on Monday called on Europe not to capitulate under US pressure, as he received the credentials of the new Swiss ambassador to Tehran.
Europe’s green transition has been ‘management by chaos,’ energy expert says
Europe’s handling of the transition to a green economy has been “management by chaos” and high energy prices could persist until 2025, according to Johannes Benigni, chairman of analysis firm JBC Energy.
In European push, France to sell artillery guns to Czech Republic
France is set to sell 52 Caesar artillery guns to the Czech Republic in a deal worth 257 million euros ($301 million) as Paris pushes for greater European defence autonomy, an Armed Forces Ministry official said on Wednesday.

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