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World - International
11/1/2022 9:31:11 PM
The European energy crisis is coming straight at Hungary's largest hotel: the 499-room Danubius Hotel Hungaria City Center will be closed for four months starting on Tuesday.

World - War in Ukraine
11/1/2022 11:43:34 AM
The decorative candles Yaroslav Vedmid bought more than a year ago were never meant to be lit, but the dried wax that now clings to them attests to how they've been used almost nightly - a consequence of power cuts across Ukraine.

Multimedia - In Pictures
10/30/2022 9:39:22 PM

World - International
10/29/2022 11:00:22 AM
When Stelios Zompanakis quit his job at Greece's central bank to try his luck at boat racing, friends and family pleaded with him to reconsider.

Life & Style - Health
10/25/2022 11:33:41 AM
As winter approaches, the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday stressed the importance of staying vigilant as cases of Covid-19 and influenza rise in Europe, encouraging more people to get vaccinated.

Egypt - Politics
10/24/2022 9:17:00 PM
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi directed the government to provide farmers with necessary heavy agricultural equipment and machinery ahead of the winter season to cultivate more land.

World - Region
10/24/2022 10:30:50 AM
A top Iranian general sanctioned by the European Union for allegedly supplying Russia with drones has mocked the bloc by telling them to "buy coal" for winter with his assets, media reported.

World - War in Ukraine
10/19/2022 8:59:40 PM
The European Union has shown rock-solid unity in confronting Russia over its war in Ukraine, but EU leaders lack that common purpose heading into Thursday's summit to seek joint measures to contain an energy crisis that has already dented their economy and threatens to spread hardship among the bloc's 450 million people this winter.

World - International
10/19/2022 11:24:40 AM
President Joe Biden will announce the release of 15 million barrels of oil from the U.S. strategic reserve Wednesday as part of a response to recent production cuts announced by OPEC+ nations, and he will say more oil sales are possible this winter, as his administration rushes to be seen as pulling out all the stops ahead of next month's midterm elections.

World - International
10/18/2022 4:08:06 PM
As the sun beat down on Tuesday on the English seaside resort of Brighton, gathering union leaders warned of mass winter strikes in the face of Britain's cost-of-living crisis.

World - War in Ukraine
10/18/2022 11:34:00 AM
Air strikes cut power and water supplies in a repeatedly bombed Ukrainian city and pounded energy and infrastructure facilities elsewhere in the country on Tuesday, part of an apparent quickening effort by Russia to drive Ukrainians into the cold and dark as winter bites.

World - International
10/17/2022 8:08:40 PM
Germany will create the "legal basis" necessary to keep all three of its remaining nuclear power plants running until mid-April, Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Monday, as the country faces an energy crisis this winter.

Business - Energy
10/14/2022 7:07:35 PM
Germany on Friday said it had filled its gas reserves to 95 percent of capacity faster than expected as it prepares for a winter deprived of Russian energy supplies.

World - War in Ukraine
10/12/2022 10:36:33 AM
Across Europe, governments are scrambling to prevent energy rationing and blackouts this winter. Whether they succeed will depend in part on something they have no control over: the weather.

Business - Energy
10/6/2022 9:07:17 PM
Algerian state energy firm Sonatrach has agreed with Spanish buyer Naturgy to revise prices on gas deliveries through a key undersea pipeline, it said Thursday, as Europe gears up for a winter energy crunch.

World - International
10/6/2022 1:37:03 PM
``Every gesture counts'' is the watchword of a French government energy-saving drive unveiled Thursday to get the country through the winter without gas from Russia and closer to European Union targets of reaching climate neutrality by 2050.

Egypt - Society
9/30/2022 5:08:53 PM
Egypt's commercial venues, cafes, and restaurants switched over to winter opening and closing times on Friday, a regulation that has been in place for three years.

World - International
9/29/2022 7:50:47 PM
The French government vowed on Thursday to push through pension reform by the end of the winter despite opposition from unions which launched a first major day of strikes.

Business - Energy
9/26/2022 2:41:52 PM
As Europe heads into winter in the throes of an energy crisis, offices are getting chillier. Statues and historic buildings are going dark. Bakers who can't afford to heat their ovens are talking about giving up, while fruit and vegetable growers face letting greenhouses stand idle.

World - International
9/21/2022 11:45:58 AM
Britain's government said Wednesday it will cap wholesale energy bills for businesses this winter to ensure companies don't go bust amid soaring energy prices.

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