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A woman wearing a face mask takes a photo on her phone in Covent Garden, London, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. Britain became the first country in the world to authorize a rigorously tested COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday and could be dispensing shots within days — a historic step toward eventually ending the outbreak that has killed more than 1.4 million people around the globe. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)
Q&A: Britain's OK of COVID-19 vaccine sparks speedy debateBritain’s announcement that it has become the first Western country to authorize the use of a COVID-19 vaccine has sparked debate about whether officials emphasized speed over safety
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OPEC, allies including Russia agree to increase oil production by 500,000 barrels per day from JanOPEC, allies including Russia agree to increase oil production by 500,000 barrels per day from Jan
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Portugal unveils its national vaccination plan for COVID-19Portugal is aiming to vaccinate almost 1 million people against the coronavirus between January and April at the latest, and perhaps by the end of February, depending on the pace of vaccine deliveries
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Nestle to spend $3.6 billion on improving climate footprintNestle says it will spend $3.6 billion over five years to improve its climate footprint
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UK police say four people died following an explosion at a waste water treatment plant near southwest city of BristolUK police say four people died following an explosion at a waste water treatment plant near southwest city of Bristol
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Spanish minister condemns far-right chats of ex-military menSpain’s defense minister has asked prosecutors to investigate leaked chats of retired military officers allegedly talking about shooting political adversaries and praising late dictator Gen. Francisco Franco
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A view of the restorated path in front of the ancient Parthenon temple at the Acropolis hill, in Athens, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. Acropolis became fully accessible for people with disabilities after a restoration of the pathways and the inauguration of a new elevator. (Louisa Gouliamaki/Pool via AP)
New lift, pathways to open Acropolis to disabled visitorsGreece’s prime minister has inaugurated new facilities at the Acropolis in Athens designed to make the historic site fully accessible to disabled visitors
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Belgium looks to launch limited vaccine campaign in JanuaryBelgium is planning to launch a COVID-19 vaccination campaign on a limited scale starting in early January
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First snow, cold mean more hardship for migrants in BosniaTheir long journeys already filled with uncertainty and hardship, migrants stranded in Bosnia are now facing another adversity _ a cold Balkan winter
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Spanish parliament approves left-wing govt's 2021 budget The lower house of Spain’s parliament has approved a proposed 2021 budget in what was seen as a vote of confidence in the left-wing coalition government’s plans for increased spending on infrastructure, education, employment and health
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Sweden: Mother no longer suspected of locking up her son A Swedish prosecutor says a woman in her 70s is no longer suspected of having kept her son locked up in an apartment south of Stockholm for as long as 28 years
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Berlin district to keep 'comfort women' statue for nowA Berlin district mayor aims to leave a controversial statue commemorating women who were held as sex slaves by Japan during World War II in its place, at least for now, after Japanese officials asked for the statue to be removed
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2nd body recovered off Greek island after migrant boat sankGreece’s coast guard says the body of a woman has been recovered on the island of Lesbos and has been identified as that of a woman reported missing after a migrant boat sank the previous day
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Czech stores, bars allowed to reopen in runup to Christmas The Czech government has eased some of the most restrictive measures it imposed to contain a massive surge in coronavirus cases and cleared stores, shopping malls, restaurants, bars and hotels to reopen
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European Commission's Head of Task Force for Relations with the United Kingdom Michel Barnier, centre, walks to the Conference Centre in London, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. With less than one month to go before the U.K. exits the EU's economic orbit, talks are continuing, and U.K. officials have said this is the last week to strike a deal. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Brexit broken record: Trade deal close but big issues remainEuropean Union officials say that remaining differences  in post-Brexit trade talks can't be bridged in “a matter of hours” despite rumors of an imminent decisive breakthrough
The Associated Press6 hours ago
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