Greece submitted a draft bill to parliament late on Friday outlining reforms in the energy, pension and labor sectors as the government races to secure the last loans from its international bailout program.
Greece submits reforms to parliament, aiming to unlock last bailout loans
Iranian disabled swimmers snatched two silver and three bronze medals at (Internationale Deutsche Meisterschaften Swimming) IDM Berlin 2018 held in Berlin, Germany.
Iran disabled swimmers bag two silver, three bronze in Berlin IDM
Five refugees, including three children, have been killed in a car crash on a highway in northern Greece, police say.
Five refugees, including three children, killed in trafficker car crash in Greece
French lawmakers on Thursday approved a ban on the use of mobile phones in public schools, one of President Emmanuel Macron’s campaign pledges which critics say will do little to end classroom disruptions or cyberbullying.
French MPs back ban on mobile phones in schools
Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson warned there could be a Brexit meltdown but it will be "all right in the end" and said that US President Trump would take a tougher stance were he leading the talks, according to BuzzFeed.
UK's Johnson warns of Brexit 'meltdown' in secret tape
Italy’s new pro-Moscow government has caused cracks in NATO as the US-led military alliance is seeking further measures to deter what it calls the Russian threat.
Italy’s pro-Moscow government unnerves NATO
Britain’s economic growth is set to fall behind other developed economies again this year as it nears its exit from the European Union, according to new forecasts from a UK business organization.
UK economy set to lag EU, US again as Brexit approaches: Report
Russian president Vladimir Putin says his country has developed new “Avant-garde” hypersonic intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) that are capable of traveling over 20 times faster than sound, guaranteeing Russia’s military parity with the United States.
Putin says Russia’s new hypersonic ICBMs travel over 20 times faster than sound
Bulgaria's parliament opened the way Thursday to revive a long-delayed project to build a new nuclear power plant by tasking the energy minister to hold talks with potential strategic investors.
Bulgaria revives old nuclear project once awarded to Russia

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