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European Countries Look to Build Up Borders

Several European countries are looking to establish strong borders in an apparent contrast to the Biden administration's border policy.

Utah Mom Sues AstraZeneca Over Injuries Following COVID Vaccine Trial

A mother in Utah says she was left with "no choice" but to sue pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca after suffering from injuries caused by a clinical trial for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Largest COVID-Vax Study Confirms Adverse Side Effects

A recent study analyzed the health data of 99 million patients across 8 countries, finding that numerous adverse side effects are linked to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Pro-Palestine Demonstrators Using Propaganda from Terrorist Groups

A report from watchdog organization NGO Monitor found that the terror group Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) has a "strong presence at encampments, demonstrations, and riots on American college campuses."

AstraZeneca Withdraws COVID-19 Vaccine

AstraZeneca has begun a global withdrawal of its COVID-19 vaccine.

G7 Countries Seek to Phase Out Coal-Fired Power Plants

G7 nations agreed to end the use of coal-fired power plants by 2035.

98% of Global Central Banks Open to ‘Digital Currency’: WEF

The World Economic Forum (WEF) declared in a report titled "Modernizing Financial Markets with Wholesale Central Bank Digital Currency (wCBDC)" that at least 98% of the "global economy’s central banks are researching, experimenting, piloting or deploying central bank digital currency (CBDC) to determine how to modernize the capabilities of and improve access to central bank money (CeBM)."

US, UK to Restrict Trade of New Russian Metals Amid Ukraine Conflict

The United States and United Kingdom are implementing restrictions on the trade of new Russian-origin metals, including aluminum, copper, and nickel, on global metal...

European Commission Launches Antitrust Investigations into Big Tech Companies

The European Union announced this week that it was opening an investigation into Google’s parent Alphabet, Meta and Apple over possible violations under the Digital Markets Act.

European Council President Pushes ‘War Economy,’ Defense Preparation

European Council president Charles Michel said that Europe must strengthen its defense measures and shift to a "war economy."

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