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The new Media Law signed by President Zelensky kills media freedom in Ukraine.

Zelensky’s new media law kills media freedom in Ukraine

Ukrainian journalists’ organisations are sounding the alarm

Serbia remains the only country in the Western Balkans that has failed to align its foreign policy with the bloc in the case of Russia. It has refused to enforce sanctions and has instead strengthened ties in several areas.

Vucic: France, Germany use investments to pressure Serbia’s EU path

Serbian President Aleksander Vucic said during a speech on Monday evening that there is no progress for Serbia on its EU path

As part of its intention to reduce immigration to Sweden, the government, supported by the far-right Sweden Democrats (SD), stated that the country needed to invest more in information efforts abroad.

Sweden launches global campaign against migration

Sweden, which currently holds the rotating EU Presidency, will launch an awareness campaign to discourage migrants from coming to the country, Migration Minister Maria Malmer Stenergard and far-right Sweden Democrat leader in parliament Henrik Vinge said

Still, instead of thinking about whether Davos is failing, it might be better to consider ways to fix it. As it is now, one can hardly expect the culprits to come up with solutions to the problems they caused themselves.

The problem with Davos is… Davos itself

After years of gatherings debating ‘market-based solutions’ to financial crises, climate doom, and slowing economic global growth, it’s clear that Davos cannot solve the problems its elites keep creating

“The worst way to burn biomass is to do it in an open fire,” said Jan Rosenow, director of European programmes at the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), a think-tank specialised in clean energy.

Exposed: How EU countries use firewood to bloat their renewable energy stats

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has acknowledged “weaknesses” in how biomass energy is counted in national statistics after several EU countries reported a sudden increase in residential wood burning to meet their 2020 renewable energy goal

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