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Berlinale to host outdoor festival for film fans in June
Organizers of the Berlin Film Festival said that pandemic conditions in the German capital had improved enough for them to hold a planned outdoor edition in June.
European stock markets endure worst week since June
Stock markets in Europe have had their worst week since June after investors shrugged off record-breaking growth for the eurozone and focused on the likely impact of fresh lockdown restrictions.
India's services activity stayed in deep contraction in June - PMI
India's crippled services industry, the lifeblood of economic growth and jobs, contracted sharply in June as an extended lockdown imposed to stop the spread of the coronavirus stalled business activity, a private sector survey showed.
China's industrial profits fell in June, add to fears of slowdown
Profits earned by China’s industrial firms contracted in June after a brief gain the previous month, fueling concern that a slowdown in manufacturing from a bruising trade war will drag on economic growth.
Asia's factories falter in June
Factory activity shrank in most Asian countries in June as the simmering US-China trade conflict put further strains on the region’s manufacturing sector, keeping policymakers under pressure to deploy stronger steps to avert a global recession.
Eurozone business growth picked up in June, still weak
Eurozone business activity picked up a touch this month but firms were at their least optimistic in nearly five years as they worried about slowing global growth and the impact of trade wars, a survey showed.
UK Conservatives expect PM May to resign by end of June: Report
Head of the committee supervising Britain’s ruling Conservative Party is reportedly seeking Prime Minister Theresa May’s removal as head of the government in the next two months, a new report has revealed.
British PM asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30
British Prime Minister Theresa May asked the European Union on Friday to delay Britain's departure from the bloc until June 30, with the extension ending earlier if parliament approves her Brexit deal.
NASA: First SpaceX mission with astronauts set for June 2019
NASA announced the first crewed flight by a SpaceX rocket to the International Space Station (ISS) is expected to take place in June 2019.
German industrial orders witness sharp decline in June
Germany's industrial manufacturing sector has witnessed a sharp decline in the number of new orders in June, preliminary figures published by the Federal Statistical Office show.
Japan's core consumer prices rise 0.8% on year in June
Japan's core consumer prices increased in June from a year earlier owing to rising costs for energy, the government said in a report on Friday.
UN: June saw "exceptional" rate of deaths in sea off Libya
Roughly one of every six migrants who set out in traffickers' unseaworthy boats from Libya perished at sea last month, UN refugee agency officials said on Friday. The period corresponds to crackdowns launched by Italy and Malta against private rescue boats operating in the area.
South Korea expects slower export growth in June
South Korea will take proactive measures to boost exports to maintain growth momentum amid rising protectionist policies by major trading partners and uncertainties in the global financial market, the government said on Tuesday.

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