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MILAN (Reuters) - Inter Milan's chief executive said on Saturday he had sensed growing discontent among clubs over having to release players for international matches during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Slovakia reported 3,042 new coronavirus cases in past 24 hours, the third record daily tally in a row, Health Ministry data showed on Sunday.
BERLIN, Oct. 21 (Xinhua) -- Exports of Germany's electrical industry in August fell by 7.7 percent year-on-year to 15.4 billion euros (18.2 billion U.S. dollars), the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (ZVEI) announced on Wednesday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Slovak parliament on Tuesday narrowly rejected a motion by conservative lawmakers to tighten abortion rules, a proposal that was harshly criticised by women's rights groups.
Advances in automation technology threaten a significant share of jobs in industries accounting for nearly a quarter of the global workforce, according to Bloomberg Economics’ estimates.
WARSAW (Reuters) - In April, in the midst of a nationwide coronavirus lockdown in Poland, Katarzyna found out that the baby she was carrying had a severe genetic disorder and would probably die before birth or shortly after.
(Reuters) - Sheffield United midfielder John Fleck will be out of action for up to six weeks with a back injury, manager Chris Wilder said, casting doubt over his participation in Scotland's international games next month.
The European Union needs to come up with a strategy to counter disinformation about 5G technology or risk false claims derailing its economic recovery and digital goals, a group of 15 countries including Poland and Sweden said.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Slovak government on Sunday approved plans to use up to 8,000 armed forces personnel to support mass testing of the population for COVID-19 as it battles a surge of infections.
BERN (Reuters) - A condensed version of the Champions League group stage finally gets under way on Tuesday, with COVID-19-related disruptions an ever-present threat hanging over the competition.