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Iran asks Europe to refrain from abiding by US sanctions amid COVID-19 outbreak
Iranian minister of foreign affairs asked the UK and the European Union to defy US anti-Iran sanctions amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in his country.
Europe now ‘epicenter’ of coronavirus pandemic: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that Europe is now the “epicenter” for the global coronavirus pandemic, and is reporting more daily cases than China did at the height of its outbreak.
Saudi Arabia floods Europe with $25 oil as fight with Russia escalates
Saudi Arabia is flooding Europe with oil at prices as low as $25 per barrel, specifically targeting big refiners of Russian oil in an escalation of its fight with Moscow for market share, five trading sources said on Friday.
Pence predicts thousands of more coronavirus cases in US
US Vice President Mike Pence says the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic has shifted from Asia to Europe, defending the Trump administration’s new restrictions on travel from European countries.
IranAir suspends all flights to Europe due to ‘unknown restrictions’
Iran’s main airline company Homa, known as IranAir, has suspended until further notice all flights to European destinations, with aviation authorities in the country blaming ‘unknown restrictions’ for the decision.
Erdogan warns 'millions' of refugees heading into Europe, Ankara will not stop them
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara has no plans to stop the flow of migrants into the European Union (EU), warning that “millions of refugees” will soon be moving toward Turkey’s borders with the bloc.
Europe electric car sales surge by 121% in January
While China struggles, Europe remains on the path of high growth in 2020.
Europe's top firms must double low-carbon investment: Study
Europe’s top companies need to more than double their current level of spending on low-carbon projects to meet the European Commission’s flagship goal of ‘climate neutrality’ by 2050, according to a report released on Tuesday.
Europe can win global battle for industrial data, says EU industry chief
Europe may have lost the battle to create digital champions capable of taking on US and Chinese companies harvesting personal data, but it can win the war of industrial data, Europe's industry policy chief said.
Europe's Mars rover heads for fit checks
Europe's Mars rover, "Rosalind Franklin", is on the move again.
Europe’s winter storm sweeps into Austria with heavy winds
Fallen trees blocked roads and train tracks in southern Germany and Austria on Tuesday after a storm with hurricane-force winds and heavy rains battered northern Europe for days, killing at least seven people and causing severe travel disruptions.

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