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'America Isolated Under Trump': Citing Soaring Covid-19 Rate, EU Bar US Travelers
The decision, said one foreign correspondent, "is certainly an indication about how the rest of the world, particularly Europe, sees the United States right now."
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As EU Looks to Reopen Borders, US Covid-19 Surge Means Americans May Not Be Welcome
"I can't say I'm surprised," said a pathology expert at Johns Hopkins University.
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A woman in Toulouse, France shows a placard reading 'Stop to the slaughter in Gaza, stop to the accomplice silence of all Macron' on May 12, 2018. Several associations and organizations called for a peace march in support of Palestine and Palestinians as the 70th birthday of the creation of the state of Israel and the Naqba (catastrophe for Palestinians) approach. News
In Landmark Ruling, European Court of Human Rights Sides With BDS Movement Over French Government
"This momentous court ruling is a decisive victory for freedom of expression, for human rights defenders, and for the BDS movement for Palestinian freedom, justice, and equality."
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As Americans Rise Up Against Racial Injustice, International Crisis Group Calls on Trump to 'Stop Making Situation Worse'
"Sometimes, sitting by quietly and saying nothing is not an option," the International Crisis Group wrote.
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Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank, speaks to the media following a meeting in Frankfurt, Germany on March 12, 2020. News
By Pouring Billions Into Fossil Fuel Industry, EU's Central Bank Accused of 'Playing Both Firefighter and Arsonist'
"By recklessly buying billions in fossil fuel bonds the bank is propping up the single biggest obstacle to tackling the climate crisis."
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A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farmer works on his field in Ghent, Belgium on May 21, 2020. News
Fridays for Future Europe Calls for Transforming Agricultural Policy to Tackle the Climate Crisis
"E.U. politicians must recognize that a great hope to combat the climate crisis and the collapse of biodiversity lies in agriculture."
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A man wearing an orange prison outfit and a Donald Trump mask during a protest against the U.S. president's U.K. visit to attend the NATO summit on December 3, 2019 in London. News
Trump Condemned for Ditching Treaty That Has 'Helped Prevent Nuclear War for Nearly Three Decades'
"Once again, Donald Trump's belligerent approach to foreign policy has put us all at risk."
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As Covid-19 Shoots US Unemployment to Great Depression Levels, Europe's Worker Safety Net Stems Mass Layoffs
"The European response guarantees that most full-time employees will see only limited drops in their income."
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Young protesters attend the Global Climate Strike in London on March 15, 2019. News
Pairing 'Green Deal' With 'Just Recovery' in EU, Groups Embrace Tackling COVID-19 and Climate Emergency in Tandem
"The countries that have signed this letter are absolutely right to say that the E.U. should use the Green Deal as a starting point for their economic recovery efforts."
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With US Now Epicenter of Global Pandemic, Hospitals Forced to Consider 'Do Not Resuscitate' Orders for Patients
" I never want to hear about socialist death panels again."
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