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Europe

Barcelona to host Mobile World Congress until 2030 - ET Telecom

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
The Mobile World Congress, the telecom industry's biggest annual gathering, will be held in Barcelona until 2030. The event, which draws more than 100,000 people to Barcelona, has been held in Spain's second largest city since 2006. The existing agreement between the GSMA association that hosts the congress and local authorities ran until 2024.See the Story
International

Oslo shooting suspect remanded in custody

66% Center coverage: 6 sources
Zaniar Matapour will have no contact with the outside world until July 25. The 43-year-old is accused of killing two men and wounding 21 other people when he opened fire near a gay bar in central Oslo in the early hours of Saturday morning. He will undergo a preliminary psychiatric evaluation to determine the state of his mental health.See the Story
Europe

Everything Coming to Netflix in July 2022

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Stranger Things 4 is set to debut on July 1. The streamer will also bring the heat this summer with some starry film debuts. Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas, Tina Fey's Mean Girls and The Dark Knight Rises will also be available.See the Story
Europe

Today in Norway: A roundup of the latest news on Monday

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
An employment dispute cancels more than 100 flights and an LGBT solidarity event at Oslo Town Hall are among the news headlines in Norway on Monday.See the Story
Europe · France

The Difficult Search For Truth At France's Biggest Terror Trial

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The difficult search for truth at France's biggest terror trialSee the Story
Europe

M What you need to know about the 2022 Tour de France (and Denmark)

The 2022 Tour de France starts on Friday and is once more an international event - setting off from Copenhagen - after the previous two years' events were curtailed by the pandemic.See the Story
Europe · Spain

Spain miss out on Rugby World Cup after appeal rejected

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Spain's appeal against disqualification for fielding an ineligible player is rejected. South African-born Gavin van den Berg was deemed not to have served three years of residency needed to become eligible under World Rugby rules. Romania will take Spain's place at next year's tournament while Portugal have taken the spot vacated by Romania.See the Story
Europe · Germany

Germany may place caps on gas use in winter, warns minister

As Russia continues to stem the flow of gas into Europe, the German Economics Minister believes emergency measures may have to be in place over winter.See the Story
Europe · Italy

Breaking: Two hospitalised as wildfire spreads near Rome

Thick clouds of smoke are being reported over the Italian capital on Monday afternoon as a large wildfire spreads on the north-western edge of the city.See the Story
Europe · Denmark

How will the Tour de France affect traffic and travel in Denmark?

The 2022 Tour de France starts on Friday, with the much-anticipated Danish Grand Départ setting off from Copenhagen and making its way across Denmark.See the Story
Europe · Germany

101-year-old former Nazi guard pleads innocent in German trial

A 101-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard on Monday once again denied being complicit in war crimes during the Holocaust as his trial drew to a close in Germany.See the Story
Europe · Austria

Why learning German at an older age isn’t as hard as you think

Scientists tell us that older language learners will struggle against younger peers. But a German language teacher shares how - and why - his older students excel, sometimes ahead of classmates half their age.See the Story

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