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New European soccer clubs’ group gives voice to less wealthy

Arab News 30 Jun 2022
GENEVA ... Though the breakaway collapsed within days — amid a fierce backlash from fans, governments and soccer pundits — the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has a July 11-12 hearing that will challenge UEFA’s authority. That case is being driven by Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus ... ....
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New European soccer clubs' group gives voice to less wealthy

Eagle-Tribune 29 Jun 2022
Though the breakaway collapsed within days — amid a fierce backlash from fans, governments and soccer pundits — the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has a July 11-12 hearing that will challenge UEFA’s authority. That case is being driven by Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus ... More AP soccer ... Copyright 2022 The Associated Press ... .
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VeChain Foundation and Supply@Me Partner to Develop New Blockchain Inventory Monetisation System

PR Newswire 29 Jun 2022
VeChain continues to pioneer real-world blockchain applications across the globe with offices in Luxembourg, China, Singapore, San Marino, Milan, Ireland, Japan, France, and the United States, working on wide-ranging applications from supply chain & logistics, sustainability ...
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Vamstar Closes $9.5M Series A to Expand AI-Based Global Healthcare Supply Chain Platform

The Galveston Daily News 22 Jun 2022
There is very little data available to help healthcare procurement managers and suppliers make decisions in real-time ... AIC’s core focus lies in companies in the Series-A to Series-D stages, developing breakthrough products and solving real business problems. The teams at AIC operate out of San Francisco, Paris, Luxembourg, Singapore and Hong Kong.
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Russia blockade of Ukrainian grain a war crime, says top EU diplomat

The Times of India 21 Jun 2022
"One cannot imagine that millions of tonnes of wheat remain blocked in Ukraine while in the rest of the world people are suffering hunger," he told reporters as he arrived for the talks in Luxembourg.
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Ukraine Reports Heavy Fighting in Sievierodonetsk

Voa News 21 Jun 2022
... European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell called Russia’s actions “a real war crime.” He told the EU’s top diplomats gathered in Luxembourg on Monday, “It is inconceivable, one cannot imagine that millions of tons of wheat remain blocked in Ukraine while in the rest of the world, people are suffering (from) hunger.”. Also Monday, U.S ... .
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June 21: World Music Day

Egypt Today 21 Jun 2022
Moreover, World Music Day is considered an important national holiday in many countries such as Italy, Greece, Colombia, Luxembourg, and other countries in which music is an essential part of its culture and heritage ... This day is a real multi-media tour around the world for the ...
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Zelenskyy Says Africa Being Held Hostage by Russia's War

Beijing News 21 Jun 2022
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell called Russia's actions "a real war crime." He told the EU's top diplomats gathered in Luxembourg on Monday, "It is inconceivable, one cannot imagine that millions of tons of wheat remain blocked in Ukraine while in the rest of the world, people are suffering (from) hunger." ... We are preparing.
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Zelenskyy Acknowledges Difficulties Defending Country's East

Beijing News 21 Jun 2022
June 20 ... European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell called Russia's actions "a real war crime." He told the EU's top diplomats gathered in Luxembourg on Monday, "It is inconceivable, one cannot imagine that millions of tons of wheat remain blocked in Ukraine while in the rest of the world, people are suffering (from) hunger." ... Also Monday, U.S.
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Putin fears 'spark of democracy' spreading to Russia, German Chancellor says

Yahoo Daily News 21 Jun 2022
"One cannot imagine that millions of tonnes of wheat remain blocked in Ukraine while in the rest of the world people are suffering hunger," he told reporters as he arrived for the talks in Luxembourg. "This is a real war crime."11.00 AM ... European Union counterparts in Luxembourg.
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EU's top diplomat calls Russia's blockade of Ukrainian grain a war crime

Gulf Daily News 20 Jun 2022
“One cannot imagine that millions of tonnes of wheat remain blocked in Ukraine while in the rest of the world people are suffering hunger,” he told reporters as he arrived for the talks in Luxembourg. “This is a real war crime.” ... reporters in Luxembourg.
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Russia blockading Ukrainian grain is a 'real war crime' - EU

BBC News 20 Jun 2022
Russia's blockade of millions of tonnes of Ukrainian grain is a "real war crime", says EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell ... "We call on Russia to deblockade the [Ukrainian] ports." ... Ahead of the meeting in Luxembourg, Mr Borrell said. "This is a real war crime, so I cannot imagine that this will last much longer.".
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Africa is a hostage of Russia's war on Ukraine, Zelensky says

RNZ 20 Jun 2022
AU's chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat called for the "urgent need for dialogue" to restore global stability ... EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell called Russia's blockade a "real war crime" ... Ahead of the meeting in Luxembourg, Borrell said. "This is a real war crime, so I cannot imagine that this will last much longer." ... In other developments ... - BBC ....
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How stock market inefficiencies can affect the real economy

Phys Dot Org 17 Jun 2022
My explanation that corporate managers and investors are jointly caught up in market euphoria offers a novel perspective on how financial markets can affect the real economy," Prof ... "It appears that stock market inefficiencies matter even for real decisions of firms," he concludes ... Provided by University of Luxembourg.
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McDonald’s agrees to pay France over $1 billion in tax evasion case between 2009-2020

WorldNews.com 17 Jun 2022
In a statement, the prosecutor’s office said McDonald’s France, McDonald’s System of France, MCD Luxembourg Real Estate, and related companies, agreed to pay a total of 1.24 billion euros in fines, penalties, and back taxes to settle the case after years of negotiations.

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