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Paige

Paige is our international correspondent reporting from Europe. She holds a Bachelor Degree in journalism and has covered exclusive articles on Brexit. She also covers updates on solutions for the prevailing climate change crisis.
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UK’s Sunak says public finances won’t be fixed overnight

British finance minister Rishi Sunak said he would not try to fix the public finances overnight, days before he announces a budget plan that...

Ten arrested in Barcelona as protests over jailed rapper turn violent

Ten people were arrested in Barcelona on Saturday for assaulting police officers in fresh unrest over the jailing of a rapper for glorifying terrorism...

Spanish government says all cattle on pariah ship should be killed

More than 850 cows that have spent months on a ship in the Mediterranean are no longer fit for transport and should be killed,...

Romania ships first batch of AstraZeneca vaccine to Moldova

Romania shipped its first donation of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine to neighbouring Moldova on Saturday to allow Moldova to start vaccinating frontline medical workers next...

How did law evolve during the Roman period?

Roman law is the legal system of post-Greek ancient Rome, including the legal branches spanning over a thousand years of the constitution, from the...

Russian opposition to mark Kremlin critic Nemtsov’s murder amid Navalny clampdown

Members of Russia’s opposition plan to commemorate the sixth anniversary of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov’s murder in central Moscow on Saturday amid a clampdown...

UK police hand out nearly 70K fines for breaching lockdown rules

Nearly 70,000 fines have been handed out to those who breached coronavirus lockdown restrictions in Britain since the rules came into force last year,...

Oxford University says research not affected after expert flags COVID lab hack

Oxford University said on Thursday it was investigating a digital intrusion after a researcher said he had seen evidence that a laboratory researching COVID-19...

Facing long fight with COVID variants, EU pushes to step up vaccinations

COVID-19 is here to stay, France and Germany said on Thursday, after European Union leaders discussed ways to fight new variants of the virus,...

French Doctors begin vaccination drive for people between 50 and 64

Family doctors in France have started giving COVID-19 vaccine shots vulnerable people between the ages of 50 and 64 as the country works to...

Hungary Government to maintain Pandemic restrictions

Hungary’s government is maintaining pandemic restrictions until at least March 15 as rising COVID-19 cases and deaths are expected to worsen in coming weeks. Experts...

Variants prompt Finland’s return to emergency

Finland plans to reintroduce a state of emergency that would allow the Nordic country to close restaurants for a three-week period starting March 8...

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UK’s Sunak says public finances won’t be fixed overnight

British finance minister Rishi Sunak said he would not try to fix the public finances overnight, days before he announces a budget plan that...

Unicef hails release of abducted hostages in Nigeria

The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) has welcomed the release of abducted hostages from a boarding school in north-central Nigeria. "I am relieved to receive...

Brazil registers over 1,300 COVID-19 deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil registered 1,386 COVID-19 deaths on Saturday and 61,602 additional cases, according to data released by the nation’s Health Ministry. The South American country has...

Dozens detained at Kazakh opposition rallies

Police in Kazakhstan detained dozens of opposition supporters on Sunday who took to the streets of major cities denouncing what they called political repression...