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Last bow for ‘The Last Emperor’: The Russian MMA colossus preparing for his final battle

It is the end of an era on February 4 when Fedor Emelianenko fights Ryan Bader for the heavyweight world title at Bellator 290 Read Full Article at RT.com
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Last bow for ‘The Last Emperor’: The Russian MMA colossus preparing for his final battle

It is the end of an era on February 4 when Fedor Emelianenko fights Ryan Bader for the heavyweight world title at Bellator 290 Read Full Article at RT.com

Boris Johnson talks cows, quadbikes and kids in Talk TV interview with Nadine Dorries

Boris Johnson opened up on how he has been filling his time in an interview with close ally Nadine Dorries for her new Talk TV show.
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Boris Johnson talks cows, quadbikes and kids in Talk TV interview with Nadine Dorries

Boris Johnson opened up on how he has been filling his time in an interview with close ally Nadine Dorries for her new Talk TV show.

Love it or List it viewers spot Cheshire family in ADVERT during break

Cinematographer Jabzz and his actress wife Sarah, from Cheshire, appeared on Channel 4's Love it or List It last night but were criticised by viewers after they were spotted in an advert during a break.
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Love it or List it viewers spot Cheshire family in ADVERT during break

Cinematographer Jabzz and his actress wife Sarah, from Cheshire, appeared on Channel 4's Love it or List It last night but were criticised by viewers after they were spotted in an advert during a break.

Yoga guru Ramdev hurls barbs at Muslims, accuses them of abducting Hindu women

In provocative remarks at a meeting of seers, Yoga guru Ramdev accused Muslims of resorting to terror and abducting Hindu women while comparing Hinduism to Islam and Christianity. He alleged that the two faiths were obsessed with conversion while Hinduism tau
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Yoga guru Ramdev hurls barbs at Muslims, accuses them of abducting Hindu women

In provocative remarks at a meeting of seers, Yoga guru Ramdev accused Muslims of resorting to terror and abducting Hindu women while comparing Hinduism to Islam and Christianity. He alleged that the two faiths were obsessed with conversion while Hinduism taught its followers to do good.

19 families shifted to temporary shelters in J&K's Doda as houses develop cracks, land sinks

There was a fresh panic among the residents of the area after some of the buildings in the village had begun to show signs of cracking a few days ago, but on Thursday, a landslide made matters worse in which 21 buildings were damaged.While some families have
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19 families shifted to temporary shelters in J&K's Doda as houses develop cracks, land sinks

There was a fresh panic among the residents of the area after some of the buildings in the village had begun to show signs of cracking a few days ago, but on Thursday, a landslide made matters worse in which 21 buildings were damaged.While some families have been shifted to a temporary shelter set up by the district administration, many others have returned to their ancestral homes.

India spent $24 billion in foreign arms procurements in last 5 years

India procured military hardware worth Rs 1.93 lakh crore (almost $24 billion) from abroad in the last five years, which included helicopters, aircraft radars, rockets, guns, assault rifles, missiles and ammunition from countries like US, Russia, France, Isra
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India spent $24 billion in foreign arms procurements in last 5 years

India procured military hardware worth Rs 1.93 lakh crore (almost $24 billion) from abroad in the last five years, which included helicopters, aircraft radars, rockets, guns, assault rifles, missiles and ammunition from countries like US, Russia, France, Israel and Spain, among others.

Working for deprived, backward sections our priority: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted that welfare of the deprived and backward sections is the Central government's priority. Modi, during a virtual address at the ‘Krishnaguru Eknaam Akhand Kirtan' in Assam's Barpeta district, also said special
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Working for deprived, backward sections our priority: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted that welfare of the deprived and backward sections is the Central government's priority. Modi, during a virtual address at the ‘Krishnaguru Eknaam Akhand Kirtan' in Assam's Barpeta district, also said special provisions have been made in the Union Budget 2023-24 to increase the interest rates on women's savings to empower them.

DMK MLAs attend Puducherry assembly session wearing school uniform

The DMK members led by leader of the opposition R Siva insisted that the government pass yet another resolution urging the Union government to grant statehood for the Union territory.
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DMK MLAs attend Puducherry assembly session wearing school uniform

The DMK members led by leader of the opposition R Siva insisted that the government pass yet another resolution urging the Union government to grant statehood for the Union territory.

Türkiye to demand insurance for Russian diesel tankers

Türkiye will demand valid insurance for ships carrying oil products from Russia from February 6, the day after an EU ban comes into force Read Full Article at RT.com
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Türkiye to demand insurance for Russian diesel tankers

Türkiye will demand valid insurance for ships carrying oil products from Russia from February 6, the day after an EU ban comes into force Read Full Article at RT.com

Russia ramps up global food exports

Russian food supplies to foreign markets have continued to grow despite Western sanctions, the Ministry of Agriculture reports Read Full Article at RT.com
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Russia ramps up global food exports

Russian food supplies to foreign markets have continued to grow despite Western sanctions, the Ministry of Agriculture reports Read Full Article at RT.com

South Africa: New Twist in South Africa's Tottenham Hotspur Sponsorship Deal Opens Can of Worms

[allAfrica] Harare -- Lindiwe Sisulu, the Minister of Tourism, distanced herself from the reported R1 billion deal to sponsor Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, which has sparked widespread outrage.
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South Africa: New Twist in South Africa's Tottenham Hotspur Sponsorship Deal Opens Can of Worms

[allAfrica] Harare -- Lindiwe Sisulu, the Minister of Tourism, distanced herself from the reported R1 billion deal to sponsor Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, which has sparked widespread outrage.

Sustainable fisheries: Danny Faure Foundation and Fisheries Transparency Initiative sign agreement

Two organisations have come together and agreed to enhance public knowledge about sustainable marine fisheries and increase informed debates among civil society, media and students, and others, in Seychelles. The Danny Faure Foundation (DFF) and the Fisherie
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Sustainable fisheries: Danny Faure Foundation and Fisheries Transparency Initiative sign agreement

Two organisations have come together and agreed to enhance public knowledge about sustainable marine fisheries and increase informed debates among civil society, media and students, and others, in Seychelles. The Danny Faure Foundation (DFF) and the Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI) signed a partnership agreement on Thursday with the common aim of advancing sustainable fisheries in the Indian Ocean through transparency and collective action, The foundation's executive director, Lorraine Faure, outlined in a joint press release that «it goes without saying that our partnership with FiTI is based on shared values, with the promotion of sustainability built into its core.» «As such, in FiTI the DFF finds a natural and like-minded partner with whom it can hope to effect the positive change that both organisations want in this endeavor,» said Faure. The Danny Faure Foundation, founded by former Seychelles' President Danny Faure, was launched in June 2021 to contribute to Seychelles' sustainable development and to join the global community in its efforts to achieve a more sustainable and healthier planet. It has the objective of tackling pressing issues to attain a more just, equitable, sustainable, and healthy world for present and future generations. Its partner, FiTI, is a global multi-stakeholder partnership where governments, businesses, and civil society collaborate jointly. It seeks to increase transparency and participation for the benefit of more sustainable management of marine fisheries and the well-being of citizens and businesses that depend on the marine environment. FiTI's regional coordinator of the Western Indian Ocean, Will May, said that he values sustainable oceans and transparency, accountability and good governance that former President Faure championed over the years he was in office now form the bedrock of his foundation's work.« »These values also resonate with the FiTI's approach to open, participatory governance of fisheries resources and so we look forward to collaborating with the DFF to develop joint capacity building and awareness-raising activities on these issues, both in Seychelles and the wider region," said May. In 2020, Seychelles became the second country in the world to be granted the status of a FiTI candidate country, after Mauritania. The International Secretariat of the initiative is based in Seychelles, an archipelago in the western Indian Ocean.

'Energy is over the top' for the first 2023 Arctic Winter Games since 2018

The world’s largest international Arctic sporting event is underway in northern Alberta, where athletes compete in unique games significant to the cultural identity of the North.
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'Energy is over the top' for the first 2023 Arctic Winter Games since 2018

The world’s largest international Arctic sporting event is underway in northern Alberta, where athletes compete in unique games significant to the cultural identity of the North.

Growing dog populations an issue in some remote communities, shelters under pressure

Phoebe Sutherland, the owner of an animal rescue on another Ontario First Nation and two animal rescues that take in dogs from northern areas say stray dogs are a significant issue in some remote communities -- a situation that's adding to pressure on animal
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Growing dog populations an issue in some remote communities, shelters under pressure

Phoebe Sutherland, the owner of an animal rescue on another Ontario First Nation and two animal rescues that take in dogs from northern areas say stray dogs are a significant issue in some remote communities -- a situation that's adding to pressure on animal shelters, which are seeing demand for adoptions drop at the same time.

Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Federal politicians are expected to make a significant announcement on ocean protection during an international conference in Vancouver on how to take action on promises to protect the marine world made at recent global environment meetings.
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Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Federal politicians are expected to make a significant announcement on ocean protection during an international conference in Vancouver on how to take action on promises to protect the marine world made at recent global environment meetings.

Türkiye to demand insurance for tankers carrying Russian diesel

Türkiye will demand valid insurance for ships carrying oil products from Russia from February 6, the day after an EU ban comes into force Read Full Article at RT.com
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Türkiye to demand insurance for tankers carrying Russian diesel

Türkiye will demand valid insurance for ships carrying oil products from Russia from February 6, the day after an EU ban comes into force Read Full Article at RT.com

Crossbow-wielding intruder Jaswant Singh Chail admits trying to harm the Queen

Jaswant Singh Chail, 21, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey  to intending to injure or alarm Her Majesty after he was arrested outside her Berkshire home on December 25, 2021.
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Crossbow-wielding intruder Jaswant Singh Chail admits trying to harm the Queen

Jaswant Singh Chail, 21, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey  to intending to injure or alarm Her Majesty after he was arrested outside her Berkshire home on December 25, 2021.

Search for missing mother Nicola Bulley: Police seal off car park near the River Wyre

Officers have taped off Skippool Creek car park - between the River Wyre and Thornton Cleveleys Cricket Club just north of Blackpool.
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Search for missing mother Nicola Bulley: Police seal off car park near the River Wyre

Officers have taped off Skippool Creek car park - between the River Wyre and Thornton Cleveleys Cricket Club just north of Blackpool.

Anger as woke firm refuses to print stickers defining women as 'adult human females' in trans row

A printing firm is in a women's rights row after declaring it would no longer make stickers defining them as 'Adult human females' for a prominent campaigner.
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Anger as woke firm refuses to print stickers defining women as 'adult human females' in trans row

A printing firm is in a women's rights row after declaring it would no longer make stickers defining them as 'Adult human females' for a prominent campaigner.

Judge's heartbreaking letter to boys, aged 8 and 11, after parents' bitter custody battle

Judge John McKendrick was asked to decide whether the brothers, aged 8 and 11, should continue splitting their time between their parents' houses in London.
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Judge's heartbreaking letter to boys, aged 8 and 11, after parents' bitter custody battle

Judge John McKendrick was asked to decide whether the brothers, aged 8 and 11, should continue splitting their time between their parents' houses in London.

Paedophile who tortured, raped and starved children with partner found dead in prison cell

EXCLUSIVE: A convicted paedophile and child abuser has been found dead in his prison cell after being found guilty last month of horrific crimes including three counts of rape of a young girl.
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Paedophile who tortured, raped and starved children with partner found dead in prison cell

EXCLUSIVE: A convicted paedophile and child abuser has been found dead in his prison cell after being found guilty last month of horrific crimes including three counts of rape of a young girl.

Africa: Will New 'Peacemaking Covenant' Offer Path to Sustainable Peace at a Moment of Heightened Conflict?

[allAfrica] After two years of intense consultations around the world, the Principles for Peace Initiative has developed the Peacemaking Covenant that provides a framework for action to negotiate sustainable peace. The Geneva-based Principles for Peace initia
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Africa: Will New 'Peacemaking Covenant' Offer Path to Sustainable Peace at a Moment of Heightened Conflict?

[allAfrica] After two years of intense consultations around the world, the Principles for Peace Initiative has developed the Peacemaking Covenant that provides a framework for action to negotiate sustainable peace. The Geneva-based Principles for Peace initiative is a global participatory initiative that was set up to develop new principles, standards, and norms to fundamentally reshape peace processes and chart a path to sustainable peace.

Africa: Principles For Peace Launches Peacemaking Covenant For lasting, Inclusive Peace

[allAfrica] The Principles for Peace initiative spent two years in consultations around the world to contribute to a set of eight 'Principles for Peace' to provide a framework to negotiate a peace that lasts. The Principles for Peace initiative is a global pa
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Africa: Principles For Peace Launches Peacemaking Covenant For lasting, Inclusive Peace

[allAfrica] The Principles for Peace initiative spent two years in consultations around the world to contribute to a set of eight 'Principles for Peace' to provide a framework to negotiate a peace that lasts. The Principles for Peace initiative is a global participatory initiative that was set up to develop new principles, standards and norms to fundamentally reshape peace processes and chart a path to sustainable peace. A coalition that includes actors across political, diplomatic, academic, defense and security, civ

Myanmar Junta’s Closure of Passport Offices Disrupts People’s Lives

The sudden closure of the offices cannot deter some people from getting documents, but the majority who desperately need to leave the country no longer have any way out.
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Myanmar Junta’s Closure of Passport Offices Disrupts People’s Lives

The sudden closure of the offices cannot deter some people from getting documents, but the majority who desperately need to leave the country no longer have any way out.

US fumes as Sudan releases terrorist jailed for killing 2 aid workers

CAIRO -- The United States asked the Sudanese government Thursday to re-arrest a man convicted of killing a U.S. diplomat in the country 15 years ago.
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US fumes as Sudan releases terrorist jailed for killing 2 aid workers

CAIRO -- The United States asked the Sudanese government Thursday to re-arrest a man convicted of killing a U.S. diplomat in the country 15 years ago.

Inside Villa Somalia: 72 hours with the president promising to rebuild his broken country

Hassan Sheikh Mohamud says Somalia’s factions can find peace, political Islam need not be violent and democracy can grow. Here’s his exclusive interview with the Observer
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Inside Villa Somalia: 72 hours with the president promising to rebuild his broken country

Hassan Sheikh Mohamud says Somalia’s factions can find peace, political Islam need not be violent and democracy can grow. Here’s his exclusive interview with the Observer

Killing of top ISIS militant casts spotlight on group’s broad reach in Africa

NAIROBI — The killing of a senior Islamic State operative by U.S. troops in a Somali cave complex last week has cast a spotlight on a shadowy financial network stretching from the Horn of Africa to the continent’s southern tip that Islamic State-affiliate
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Killing of top ISIS militant casts spotlight on group’s broad reach in Africa

NAIROBI — The killing of a senior Islamic State operative by U.S. troops in a Somali cave complex last week has cast a spotlight on a shadowy financial network stretching from the Horn of Africa to the continent’s southern tip that Islamic State-affiliated groups have used to extend their reach, experts and intelligence officials said.

Briefing - EU secure connectivity programme 2023-2027: Building a multi-orbital satellite constellation - 03-02-2023

Satellite communication is a strategic asset for governments and civil society alike. Complementary to terrestrial networks, it can contribute to seamless digital communication, even when such networks are absent or disrupted. Today, the EU does not have a de
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Briefing - EU secure connectivity programme 2023-2027: Building a multi-orbital satellite constellation - 03-02-2023

Satellite communication is a strategic asset for governments and civil society alike. Complementary to terrestrial networks, it can contribute to seamless digital communication, even when such networks are absent or disrupted. Today, the EU does not have a dedicated infrastructure (including space and ground segments) to offer satellite communication services to governments, the economy or civil society. Several EU global partners and competitors are investing in parallel in such capabilities. On 15 February 2022, the European Commission presented a proposal to improve the resilience of EU communication services by developing and operating a multi-orbital connectivity infrastructure (with both space and ground segments), based on a public-partnership model. Governmental services would be operational from 2025, and private services at a later stage. The European Parliament and the Council reached a provisional agreement on the proposal on 22 November 2022. Parliament must now vote on the draft legislative act as modified by that agreement before the regulation can become law. Third edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP

At a Glance - Sanctions on the Russian digital sector: How effective are they? - 03-02-2023

The heavy sanctions imposed by the West on Russia over its war against Ukraine have had a considerable impact on the Russian digital sector. Russia has made efforts to circumvent the sanctions; counteracting these efforts requires consistent implementation an
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At a Glance - Sanctions on the Russian digital sector: How effective are they? - 03-02-2023

The heavy sanctions imposed by the West on Russia over its war against Ukraine have had a considerable impact on the Russian digital sector. Russia has made efforts to circumvent the sanctions; counteracting these efforts requires consistent implementation and enforcement. Further coordination in this regard would increase the impact of existing sanctions and form a step towards ending the war. Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP

Briefing - European defence industry reinforcement through common procurement act (EDIRPA) - 03-02-2023

On 19 July 2022, the Commission put forward a proposal for a regulation establishing the European defence industry reinforcement through common procurement act (EDIRPA). On 1 December 2022, the Council adopted its general approach. On 18 January 2023, the rap
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Briefing - European defence industry reinforcement through common procurement act (EDIRPA) - 03-02-2023

On 19 July 2022, the Commission put forward a proposal for a regulation establishing the European defence industry reinforcement through common procurement act (EDIRPA). On 1 December 2022, the Council adopted its general approach. On 18 January 2023, the rapporteurs from the AFET and ITRE joint committee published their draft report. EDIRPA is a short-term joint defence procurement instrument worth €500 million. It seeks to address the most urgent and critical defence capability gaps and to incentivise Member States to procure defence products jointly. After it was given a practical mandate at the Versailles Summit in March 2022, the Commission presented a defence investment gap analysis in May 2022, proposing the EDIRPA as one of a number of means to address defence-related investment, capability and industrial gaps. Second edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP

Briefing - Malta's National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Latest state of play - 03-02-2023

Malta's National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) has a total value of €344.9 million. However, under the EU's Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), which is at the core of the EU's Next Generation EU instrument, Malta is expected to receive around €
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Briefing - Malta's National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Latest state of play - 03-02-2023

Malta's National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) has a total value of €344.9 million. However, under the EU's Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), which is at the core of the EU's Next Generation EU instrument, Malta is expected to receive around €316.4 million, slightly below the value of the plan, and entirely in grants. On 30 June 2022, the European Commission recalculated the maximum grant amounts for all Member States; this resulted in a cut for Malta and a new total of €258.3 million. Malta has not requested any loans so far. Under the RRF Regulation, the option to request loan support of up to 6.8 % of 2019 gross national income is available until 31 August 2023. Whereas in nominal terms, Malta has the second smallest allocation after Luxembourg, in terms of RRF grants per capita, it ranks higher: the value of Malta's grants under the RRF equals approximately 2.3 % of its 2019 gross domestic product (GDP), less than the average for the EU overall (in comparison, the RRF equals 5.2 % of EU-27 GDP in 2019). In December 2021, Malta received €41.1 million in pre-financing. A year later, on 19 December 2022, it submitted to the Commission the first payment request for a total of €52.3 million in grants. The Maltese plan takes into consideration the Council's 2019 and 2020 country-specific recommendations, and aligns with both national economic and investment plans and funding under EU cohesion policy programmes for the 2021-2027 period. The overall objective is to contribute to a sustainable, equitable, green and digital recovery. In particular, the plan aims to digitalise small and medium-sized enterprises and the public administration, promote sustainable public transport and electric vehicles, and step-up the fight against money laundering. It embraces the green and digital transitions – major common European challenges – and envisages 53.8 % of the total allocation for climate objectives, while 25.5 % will contribute to the digital target. The share of the allocation dedicated to the green transition makes Malta's NRRP one of the greenest. The European Parliament participates in interinstitutional forums for cooperation and discussion on the implementation of the RRF, and scrutinises the work of the European Commission. This briefing is one in a series covering all EU Member States. Second edition. The 'NGEU delivery' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the lifecycle of the plans. Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP

Briefing - Climate change [What Think Tanks are thinking] - 03-02-2023

Last year’s UN Climate Change Conference, COP27, made some headway in efforts to fight climate change, but its overall progress was limited. The gathering agreed to create a loss-and-damage fund, to support poorer countries disproportionately affected by cl
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Briefing - Climate change [What Think Tanks are thinking] - 03-02-2023

Last year’s UN Climate Change Conference, COP27, made some headway in efforts to fight climate change, but its overall progress was limited. The gathering agreed to create a loss-and-damage fund, to support poorer countries disproportionately affected by climate change while only being responsible for a small share of global greenhouse gas emissions. Governments at COP27 also called for reform of the International Monetary Fund and the multilateral development banks, to align global public finance with the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate. However, the meeting produced barely any new initiatives on climate mitigation, which are needed to take to keep alive the Paris 1.5°C temperature-reduction goal. The European Union is debating a response to the US Inflation Reduction Act, which provides for US$369 billion investment in energy security and combatting climate change, but may threaten to lure away from Europe some clean-tech corporate investment. This note offers links to recent commentaries, studies and reports from international think tanks on climate issues. More papers on the topic can be found in a previous edition of ‘What Think Tanks are Thinking. Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP

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