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Protestors · Tehran
Iran to disband morality police amid ongoing protests, says attorney general
Iran's morality police, which is tasked with enforcing the country's Islamic dress code, is being disbanded, the country's attorney general says. Mohammad Jafar Montazeri's comments, yet to be confirmed by other agencies, were made at an event on Sunday.See the Story
36% Left coverage: 133 sources
Europe · Ryazan
Explosions Reported At Two Air Bases Deep Inside Russia
Several people have been killed in explosions at two Russian military airfields, according to reports. A fuel tanker exploded killing three and injuring six in an airfield near the city Ryazan, south-east of Moscow, Russian state media is reporting.See the Story
40% Center coverage: 42 sources
Europe · Moscow
Putin drives across Crimea bridge in a Mercedes
President Vladimir Putin on Monday drove a Mercedes across the Crimean Bridge linking southern Russia to the annexed Crimean peninsula, less than two months since an explosion tore through one of the Kremlin chief's showcase infrastructure projects. See the Story
37% Right coverage: 30 sources
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Aeroportos com mais 75% de passageiros no terceiro trimestre, mas abaixo dos níveis de 2019
Relativamente ao transporte de mercadorias, houve um crescimento nas vias aérea e marítima, ao invés do que aconteceu na ferrovia e na rodovia.See the Story
Porto · Porto
SNS24 treated and referred 56,000 patients to the emergency room in November
The SNS24 line answered 194 thousand calls in November, 20 thousand more than in October, which resulted in the referral of 56 thousand people to emergency services.See the Story
Lisbon, Portugal · Lisbon
Start of trial of Guineans accused of attempted coup d'état delayed
In the order, dated December 2 and to which Lusa had access today, Judge Gomes Cá indicates that access to the facilities of the Bissau Regional Court will not be possible considering the ongoing works in the downtown area of Bissau. “Considering the prohibition of traffic on all avenues surrounding the court resulting from the execution of the works, on the one hand, and the noise of the machinery of the above-mentioned contract, on the other h…See the Story
Eight out of ten companies must accept payment terms longer than desired to retain customers
Crédito y Caución and Iberinform also report that 76% of companies experience financial problems with their customers. Thus, “only 43% of companies work with billing periods lower than the 60 days provided for in Decree-Law no. 62/2013".See the Story
Centeno defends that inflation will peak this year
The Governor of the Bank of Portugal pointed out that the latest indicators can be read with some encouragement. In November, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) declined 9.9%.See the Story
PSI em terreno positivo enquanto principais bolsas europeias desvalorizam
No mercado cambial, o euro está a ter uma valorização de 0,18% face ao dólar, para os 1,0510 euros.See the Story
Preço do petróleo pode atingir os 110 dólares com embargo russo, alerta Bank of America
Cortes na produção de petróleo são outro risco que pode agravar o preço do barril. O Bank of America calcula que um corte de um milhão de barris na produção pode agravar o preço entre os 20 e os 25 dólares. Países como o Iraque, Líbia, Nigéria são outro risco que pode levar ao aumento do preço do peSee the Story
Ucrânia: Regulador cancela licença de emissão de televisão russa na Letónia
Numa publicação feita na rede social Twitter, o regulador acusou o canal russo no exílio de uma série de violações das leis da Letónia, nomeadamente por ter mostrado a península da Crimeia como parte da Rússia num mapa.See the Story