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Has the illegal drug trade outsmarted a pandemic?

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Andrew Cummingham, an expert on illegal drug markets, Crime and Supply Reduction, gives Euronews his insight into how the illegal drug trade is being changed by the pandemic.

Ilham Kadri - Getting the right chemistry

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Ilham Kadri is a scientist and the CEO of a multi-billion euro chemical company. She cares deeply about sustainability and has committed Solvay to the Paris Climate Agreement. Isabelle Kumar finds out the motivation and means to her success.

Vienna Philharmonic lifts spirits with iconic New Year's Concert

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The Vienna Philharmonic sends a message of 'hope and optimism' to the world with its New Year Concert. For the first time ever the concert was performed without an audience, instead, it was broadcast to millions across the globe.

Georgia's parliament passes amnesty law to release 1,500 prisoners

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"The opposition claims Georgia Dream passed this law as a payback to the criminal world for the help they got during the election. In the past criminals have helped the ruling party by pressuring people during the campaign," claims former minister Thorniké Gordadze.

The EU scheme making 'SURE' unemployment stays low

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Government short-time work and furlough schemes across Europe have helped keep people in work and kept unemployment low during the pandemic. Now the EU has created the SURE initiative to provide financial support for these schemes in 18 EU countries.

Agbegnenou and Grigalashvili shine on day two in Doha

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On day two of the 2021 World Judo Masters, our woman of the day was four-time World Champion Clarisse Agbegnenou, who was once again on top form, dispatching her early opponents in the under -63kg category with an incredible display of ura nages.

EU defends slow vaccine rollout: 'we bought as much as we were offered'

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Amid rising criticism of a slow approach to immunisation, the EU defended its vaccine strategy in front of MEPs. The Commission's vaccine negotiator said that vaccinations are expected to ramp up from April and that no member state 'should be left behind'.