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· How Europe’s city façades and pavements are being used to harvest clean energy →
The project team estimates that there are some 60 billion square metres of building façade surface in Europe – prime real estate for achieving Europe’s goal of an energy-neutral built environment in 2050.
· Luxembourg PM criticizes Polish leader’s anti-gay comments →
BERLIN — Luxembourg’s prime minister is criticizing the Polish president’s campaign against LGBT rights in the run-up to a closely fought runoff election this weekend.
· Australia needs to take leadership role in face of US-China contest: Wong →
Prime Minister Scott Morrison last week revealed a major new defence strategy, including an anti-ballistic missile defence shield for deployed forces, warning the world hasn't known a time of strategic uncertainty like this since the 1930s and '40s.
· Activist Judges Increasing Risk To Oil And Gas Companies →
With large swaths of prime oil and gas reserves and pipeline right of ways found on federal lands, the risks to oil and gas companies is considerable.
· Serbia, Kosovo renew 'very difficult' dialogue →
Kosovo's Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic held a video summit that was also joined by French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
· India's ambitious plan to help small businesses does little to save them →
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programme to help small businesses back on their feet through $40 billion of government-guaranteed loans is too little and may not be enough to save the many companies that form the backbone of India’s economy, nearly three dozen entrepreneuers Reuters spoke to across the country said.
· Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Iran’s controversial former president to offer to mediate in Yemen war, reports say →
Citing an unnamed source, journalist and scholar Arash Azizi said Mr Ahmadinejad had asked former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad to join the mediation panel.
· UK cyber security centre continuing work on Huawei, says PM's spokesman →
LONDON: Britain's National Cyber Security Centre is continuing its work looking into Huawei, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday, responding to reports that culture minister Oliver Dowden would make a statement on Tuesday.
· 6 WWE Booking Decisions That Backfired in 2020 →
This allowed the latter to move up to the Raw roster while the former was primed for a run as champion.
The Wall Street Journal
· Pakistan Denies Minister Died of Coronavirus as Cabinet Members Test Positive →
ISLAMABAD—Pakistan dispelled rumors that one of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s cabinet members had died of coronavirus, after two tested positive within a week of each other.