Europe’s Economic Revival Is Imperiled, Raising the Specter of a Grinding Downturn

LONDON — Europe was supposedly done with political histrionics. In the face of the pandemic, a continent not known for common purpose had put aside long-festering national suspicions to forge…

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Third Fire Destroys Remains of Europe’s Largest Refugee Camp

Nearly 12,000 refugees were left without shelter after days of fires set at the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Source link

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Fire Destroys Most of Europe’s Largest Refugee Camp on Greek Island of Lesbos

Early on, they passed quickly through Moria camp when Europe largely tolerated the movement of migrants. But in 2016, Europe changed tack, blocking the onward movement of migrants to countries…

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Europe’s ‘Last Dictator,’ Facing Re-Election, Is Increasingly in Peril

MINSK, Belarus — The man often described as “Europe’s last dictator” has never looked so shaky. During his 26 years in power, Aleksandr G. Lukashenko — the iron-fisted president of…

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Despite Historic Plunge, Europe’s Economy Flashes Signs of Recovery

LONDON — Before the pandemic, a traditional state of play prevailed in the enormous economies on the opposite sides of the Atlantic. Europe — full of older people, and rife…

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