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Lufthansa accepts terms of EU-Germany rescue deal

German airline Lufthansa has accepted the conditions of a bail-out deal agreed by the EU and Germany last week. The deal will see Lufthansa give up take-off and landing slots and aircraft to other airlines. Reported by Deutsche Welle

German politician's killing leaves unanswered questions, one year on

One year ago, Walter Lübcke, a member of Angela Merkel’s conservatives, was shot and killed in his garden, allegedly by a far-right extremist. Germany stepped up measures at tackling extremism in the wake of his death. Reported by Deutsche Welle

Global Anger Grows Over George Floyd’s Death, Hurting U.S. Image

The widespread criticism reflects growing unease about America’s rapidly eroding moral authority on the global stage. Reported by NYTimes

Ireland plunged back into fight against deficit and job losses

Coronavirus hit to growth stokes tensions over spending as parties attempt to form coalition Reported by FT

International protests against the death of George Floyd and police brutality

Protests have swept across the globe in the stance of the police force towards citizens. Reported by SBS

German Foreign Minister Maas warns of hard Brexit as talks stall

Heiko Maas voiced his concern amid floundering trade talks between the EU and UK. The two sides have also not agreed on whether to extend the negotiation period, if an agreement is not made by the end of the year.  Reported by Deutsche Welle

SpaceX Nasa Mission: Astronauts welcomed to the space station

Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have floated into the International Space Station. Reported by BBC News

Companies falling foul of EU state aid rules seek help

Businesses unable to secure government-backed loans because of Brussels’ regulation Reported by FT

Thousands rally in UK, Germany to protest racism and police brutality following George Floyd's death

Hundreds of Londoners have defied coronavirus restrictions and rallied in Trafalgar Square and outside the US embassy in solidarity with protests raging across the United States over the death of George Floyd. Reported by SBS

Munich bans use of Nazi 'Jewish star' at coronavirus protests

Anti-lockdown protesters in Germany have come under fire for appropriating the horrors of the Holocaust. Several have dressed up as concentration camp prisoners and put on Nazi-era stars reading: "unvaccinated." Reported by Deutsche Welle

Russia and Turkey risk turning Libya into another Syria

Gen Haftar's forces have been beaten back from Tripoli but that does not mean peace is at hand. Reported by BBC News

Coronavirus: Belgian Prince Joachim apologises for Spanish lockdown party

Prince Joachim, who contracted coronavirus after attending a party in Spain, "regrets" his actions. Reported by BBC News

Anti-racism protests spread to Berlin and London

Outcry over the killing of George Floyd has gone international, with people taking to the streets Berlin and London to show solidarity with US protesters. In Germany, soccer stars wore t-shirts and knelt in support. Reported by Deutsche Welle

SC Paderborn 1-6 Borussia Dortmund: England's Jadon Sancho scores hat-trick on return

England's Jadon Sancho scores the first hat-trick of his career as Borussia Dortmund thrash bottom side Paderborn. Reported by BBC News

EU budget chief urges member states to back ambitious tax proposals

Johannes Hahn’s plans to fund recovery include a levy that would affect 70,000 big companies Reported by FT

EU urges post-Brexit trade deal amid coronavirus crisis

Ahead of the fourth round of Brexit talks, the EU's chief negotiator says the economic fallout from COVID-19 makes a trade deal all the more vital. Michel Barnier also accused the UK of falling behind on its commitments. Reported by Deutsche Welle

Covid-19 effects could deepen secular stagnation

Monetary policy as we know it has become redundant. Central banks’ golden era is probably over Reported by FT

Russian space agency congratulates SpaceX on launch

Russia's space agency, until now the only one able to fly astronauts to the International Space Station, has congratulated the US SpaceX company over its successful launch of a manned rocket. Reported by SBS

A London Home Goes From Georgian to Modern, With a Detour

The owner of an apartment in an 18th-century townhouse thought she was undertaking “an easy conversion.” Then she entered a maze of rules and interpretations. Reported by NYTimes

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