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WHO holds emergency meeting as monkeypox cases top 100 in Europe
The World Health Organization held an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the recent outbreak of monkeypox, a viral infection more common to west and central Africa, after over 100 cases were confirmed or suspected in Europe.
Double standard in Europe’s treatment of Ukrainian, African migrants: IFRC
The president of the Red Cross and Red Crescent societies rebuked what he said was Europe’s starkly different treatment of African migrants compared to those from Ukraine.
Iran ready to meet part of energy demand in Europe: VP
An Iranian vice president said the country will be ready to supply part of Europe’s energy needs if governments in the region commit to long-term contracts and avoid seeking third party intervention.
Russia's Gazprom continues gas exports to Europe via Ukraine
Russian gas producer Gazprom said it was supplying natural gas to Europe via Ukraine on Sunday in line with requests from European consumers.
Europe turns into cocaine hub as market expands: EU
Europe is increasingly becoming a hub for production and trans-shipment of cocaine to other regions of the world, in addition to being a major consumption market, EU agencies said on Friday, warning also about the expanding methamphetamine industry.
UNHCR appeals for urgent action amid soaring deaths at sea
'More than 3,000 lost in sea crossings to Europe in 2021'
Recycling needed to meet Europe's green metals needs, study shows
The European Union is likely to suffer severe shortfalls in lithium, rare earths and other metals needed to cut carbon emissions, but recycling could help plug the gap from 2040, according to a study released on Monday.
ECB expects to hike rates after ending bond buys in Q3
The European Central Bank plans to raise interest rates some time after winding down its bond purchase program in the third quarter of this year, ECB board member Isabel Schnabel said.
U.S., Europe politicize human rights issue to pressure others: Official
A senior Iranian Judiciary official slammed the United States and the Western European countries for politicizing human rights issue as a pressure tool against nonaligned countries.
Europe's museums, big and small, grapple with cultural restitution
By David Mac Dougall Museums across Europe are taking a critical look at their collections, both the items on display and countless other artefacts housed in storerooms, with a view to returning them to their places of origin.
European stocks slip, oil passes $110
European stocks came under renewed pressure and oil spiked further on Wednesday.
UNHCR warns of increasing violence, human rights violations at European borders
UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, is deeply concerned by the increasing number of incidents of violence and serious human rights violations against refugees and migrants at various European borders, several of which have resulted in tragic loss of life.
13 die as Storm Eunice leaves many in Europe without power
Emergency crews Saturday battled to restore power to hundreds of thousands of homes in Britain after Storm Eunice carved a deadly trail across Western Europe and left transport networks in disarray.

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