"There will be no nostalgia," said EU trade chief Sabine Weyland. "We are not going to go back to the global order of previous days."
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It comes as extreme cold has hit large parts of Europe, with freezing temperatures cracking railroad tracks in Poland and smog spiking as coal was being burned to generate heat.
British fishing communities were among the strongest supporters of Brexit. But now some are protesting against the extra red tape it has brought.
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Sunday was the third consecutive day of unrest a decade on from the revolution that ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
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The families victims who suffered Stalinist repression are still waiting for compensation 30 years after the collapse of the former Soviet Union
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Weekly protests continue in Jerusalem calling on Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to step down over corruption charges
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Indonesian rescuers retrieve more bodies from the rubble of buildings toppled by powerful earthquake
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Brazilian artists, football clubs, and politicians used their platforms to appeal for help for the city of Manaus, which is experiencing a dire lack of oxygen.
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Neale Richmond, European Affairs spokesperson for a coalition party, Fine Gael, described the move as an "outrage".
"Fewer doses will be available for European countries at the end of January and the beginning of February," said Pfizer.
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Analysts say North Korea is using the military display to send the incoming administration in Washington a carefully calibrated message of strength.
"If you see how the European Union has conceived this process, for the moment it has decided to think only of itself," said Albania's PM Edi Rama.
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