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Greeks Offer Aid After Russia Cuts Off Bulgarian Gas Supply

The Greek government has offed to aid Bulgaria after Russia cut off gas supplies this week, with Greek Prime Minister  Kyriakos Mitsotakis discussing the issue Wednesday with Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov. A Greek official stated Wednesday that the country had

An employee checks a pipe at the construction site of a gas metering station, part of the pipeline link between Bulgaria and Greece near the village of the Malko Kadievo, on March 18, 2022. - EU member Bulgaria has been criticised for its almost total dependence on Russia for its …

Socialist Spain Sets Gas Price Caps in Attempt to Prop Up Economy

The Spanish leftist government, along with neighbouring Portugal, have moved to cap gas prices at 50 euros per megawatt-hour in a bid to reduce growing electricity costs for citizens and businesses. Both Spain and Portugal announced Tuesday that they have

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Sweden to Speed Up Report Regarding NATO Application

The Swedish government has announced it will be speeding up its decision on whether or not to play to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) by releasing a report on the topic two weeks earlier than expected.

Sweden Foreign minister Ann Linde talks during a press conference with Finland Minister for Foreign Affairs and NATO Secretary General after their meeting at the Nato headquarters in Brussels on January 24, 2022. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP) (Photo by JOHN THYS/AFP via Getty Images)

Number of Ukrainian Refugees Tops Five Million As Conflict Rages

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has released figures claiming that over five million Ukrainians have fled their country since the start of the Russian invasion in February. According to the UNHCR, a total of 5,034,439 Ukrainians have fled

Ukrainian refugees rest in a public gymnasium in Bordeaux, southwestern France, on April 21, 2022, after traveling from Moldova to BordeauxMerignac Airport. - A first charter with 71 Ukrainian refugees on board landed in Bordeaux from Moldova, a country bordering Ukraine that Paris has pledged to help by transferring 2,500 …

Extinction Rebellion Extremists Occupy Busy Paris Road For Days

Climate change extremists belonging to the Extinction Rebellion activist group occupied a busy boulevard in central Paris for several days before leaving of their own accord on Tuesday. Members of the extremist climate change group Extinction Rebellion were able to

This photograph taken on April 17, 2022 shows Extinction Rebellion group's banners displayed on the Porte Saint Denis in central Paris. - Activists from the Extinction Rebellion group blocked a major road in central Paris disrupting traffic to protest "inaction" on climate change from world leaders. (Photo by Ludovic MARIN …