ニュースの中での European

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www.washingtonpost.com
Washington Post
· Kayleigh McEnany Watch: Now let’s belittle Lt. Col. Vindman!  
Elizabeth D. Sherwood-Randall, who served in the Obama White House as a special assistant to the president and senior director for European affairs at the National Security Council, says she would not “diminish” Vindman’s job to “junior” level.
www.theguardian.com
The Guardian
· UK has opted out of EU coronavirus vaccine programme, sources say  
The UK government has rejected the chance to join the European Union’s coronavirus vaccine programme due to concerns over “costly delays”, according to sources.
www.malaymail.com
Malay Mail
· Lighthizer: US to announce, but defer, retaliation over French digital tax  
Officials from the European Union delegation and French Embassy in Washington were not immediately available to comment.
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The Wall Street Journal
· A U.K. Reversal on Huawei?  
When the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, Brussels warned that an independent Britain would be susceptible to coercion from larger nations.
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The Wall Street Journal
· Ukraine’s ‘Holocaust Disneyland’  
For centuries Ukraine has constituted the historical homeland for much of European Jewry, and more than half of American Jews have roots in the region.
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Washington Post
· MATCHDAY: Madrid seeks to grow lead; UEFA competition draws  
A look at what’s happening around European soccer on Friday:
www.express.co.uk
Express.co.uk
· Flights: Spain holidays back on as London City Airport resumes international routes today  
These will fly to other popular European destinations: Nice, Mahon, Faro and Bergerac.
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Express.co.uk
· Fishing row: Boris issued ‘totemic’ reminder over control of UK waters - 'Don't sell out!'  
Is it the European position as it is today?
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The Guardian
· No-deal Brexit will raise cost of UK household staples, say retailers  
With just six months to go before the UK leaves the EU entirely by exiting the single market and the European customs union, retailers fear further damage to a sector already reeling from the coronavirus crisis, with 5,600 job losses announced on Thursday from Boots and John Lewis alone.
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Axios
· Countries grapple with whether to lock back down as hotspots emerge  
Several European hotspots — Leicester in the U.K., Guetersloh in Germany, parts of Catalonia and Galicia in Spain — have re-entered lockdowns.