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Acute hepatitis - or liver inflammation - among children was first reported in the UK last week. ...
Troubles have come to the eurozone economy not as single spies but in battalions. ...
S&P Global Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin joins Andrea Mitchell to explain Europe’s struggle to cut back on Russian energy, which provides an estimated “$250 billion” annually to Russia. “Germany is particularly dependent on Russian gas,” says Yergin. He predicts that weaning Germany off Russian energy will begin with "crude oil, because that's the most flexible fuel,” while “natural gas is the toughest thing to deal with, because those pipelines are very inflexible.” As far as shifting to other en ...
The Russian news agency Tass reported on Wednesday that European states had "significantly increased gas purchases from Russia" this year. ...

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