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Sanctions War: Germans Told to Prepare for Gas Shortages, Hot Water Rationing Possible

Fearing Russia might cut off natural gas supplies, the head of Germany’s regulatory agency for energy called on residents Saturday to save energy and to prepare for winter, when use increases.

G-7 Summit Held in Nazi ‘Vacation Camp’

World leaders meet in castle that once "served as a Nazi military vacation camp."

EU Renews Digital COVID Pass Despite 99% Negative Public Feedback

Acting on a proposal of the European Commission, the European Parliament, as expected, voted on June 23 to renew the EU Digital COVID Certificate...

Cost of Living Crisis: PM Warns of ‘Difficult’ Winter as Energy Supplies Dwindle

Ireland’s Prime Minister has told the public that they are in for a “difficult” winter as energy supplies across Europe begin to dwindle.

Global Influence Shifting From the UN to the World Economic Forum

Is the World Economic Forum replacing the United Nations as the world’s most influential institution?

EU Grants Ukraine Candidate Status

The leaders of 27 EU member states have also accepted the bid of Moldova.

More Vaccine-Injured Pilots Speak Out as Groups Pressure Airlines, Regulators to End Mandates

Sharp chest pains. Myocarditis and pericarditis. Heart attacks. Strokes and subsequent blindness.

Public Opinion on Ukraine Shifts as Europeans Back Immediate Peace Over a Resounding Russian Defeat

Europeans are divided between those who want the war in Ukraine to end as soon as possible, even if that means giving concessions to Russia, and others who believe Russia must be clearly defeated and punished.

Lockdowns Caused at Least 170,000+ Excess Deaths in U.S.

Research finds a 26 percent spike in non-Covid excess deaths among working age Americans in 2020 and 2021.

EU Lawmakers Support Proposed Ban on Combustion Engine Cars by 2035

Lawmakers calling it the next step in fight against climate change.

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