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GENEVA/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Expectations for a major breakthrough at a summit on Wednesday between U.S. President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin are low with ties between Washington and Moscow at their most strained in years.
LONDON (Reuters) - A growing number of major soccer clubs are launching digital coins that allow fans to vote on a variety of minor decisions as the sport faces slumping revenues caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) -Facebook and other Silicon Valley giants could face more scrutiny and sanctions in the European Union after the bloc's top court backed national privacy watchdogs to pursue them, even when they are not their lead regulators.
In Europe, it’s possible to ride in comfort on a train from Poland to the Black Sea.
For many new hotels, the decision to open is one that’s been years – and millions of dollars – in the making.
In spite of the ongoing pandemic, many people are still looking at places to travel to.
(Reuters) - Patience is a virtue not often associated with Serie A clubs, among officials or supporters, but the new U.S. owners of Parma believe they and the team's fans have enough of it to build a bright long-term future.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Looking to improve milk production, California farmer John Verwey turned to a Swiss-made feed additive designed to make a cow more efficient while reducing methane emissions from cattle burps.
(Reuters) - Scientists have worked for years to reduce methane emissions from cattle burps by changing what cattle eat, or through research on vaccines, genetic modification of cattle and even forehead-mounted masks and backpacks to trap vapors.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A U.N. investigator warned of the possibility of "another iron curtain" descending in Europe during an urgent debate on the human rights situation in Belarus in Geneva on Friday.