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The Sizewell B nuclear power station, operated by Electricite de France, stands in Sizewell, England, on May 15, 2020.<br>Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Britain's nuclear future uncertain as relations with China fray

Britain's fraying relationship with China has the potential to undo a decade of mixed efforts to keep nuclear power flowing as an aging generation of plants drop out of service.


German club plans mass virus testing to fill stadium again

Berlin Union will offer testing ahead of each game to 22,012 fans — the stadium's official capacity — and club staff.


Serbia police detain 71 after fourth night of virus protests

Aleksandar Vucic said he wasn't worried about losing political power amid the protests, considered the most intense since the overthrow of former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic in 2000.


Italy police ID kids sharing child porn, dark web videos

In all, 20 minors aged 13-17 who shared the images were identified, and police said investigations continue to find other people involved.

Roughly 4,000 volunteer to test coronavirus vaccine in German study

The clinical trial is a so-called phase 1 trial. If it is successful, investigations with significantly more test subjects follow.


Fort Hood cavalry unit deploying to Europe for Defender drills

A Texas-based unit will deploy on short notice for drills in Germany and Poland, marking the final phase of the Army’s Defender-Europe 20 exercises, the service said Friday.


French man accused of molesting 305 Indonesian children

Indonesian authorities have arrested a French man for alleged sexual abuse of minors after finding videos on his laptop computer showing him molesting over 300 children, police said Friday.


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