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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will receive the Greek foreign minister Thursday to discuss disputes that have long tormented relations: energy rights in the eastern Mediterranean and the fate of divided Cyprus

Turkey will send a diplomatic delegation to Egypt early next month for talks aimed at mending relations strained for years over Islamist politics and regional conflicts

The coronavirus pandemic is easing in Finland as new cases have declined for a couple of weeks

Greece plans to lift a 7-day compulsory quarantine for visitors from the EU and five other countries including the U.S. and U.K. as of next week

Germany’s top court strikes down Berlin’s controversial five-year rent freeze and restrictions forcing landlords to reduce prices, saying the city lacked the power to impose the rules

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is using a keynote address to warn the world is moving toward “a great polarization” between authoritarian states and liberal democracies, in a speech that could inflame tensions with China

President Joe Biden wants to revive labor unions—but they've been losing ground for decades

Germany’s health-care system is getting stretched to the brink, with many hospitals overwhelmed with Covid-19 patients and rising case numbers pointing to tougher days ahead

Prosecutors in Denmark charge three members of a dissident Iranian opposition group with promoting and financing terrorism in Iran in coordination with Saudi Arabian intelligence

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U.S. Senators said they’re growing restless with the delay in passing legislation to support protesters in Hong Kong

A West Virginia lawmaker who livestreamed himself entering the U.S. Capitol during Wednesday’s riot is charged by federal prosecutors

Republican Senator Chuck Grassley says he supports voting on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, adding to the GOP tally

Breaking: Maine Senator Susan Collins became the first Republican to break ranks with GOP leadership and President Donald Trump to say the next Supreme Court nominee should be selected by whoever is elected president on Nov. 3.

Every time the Fed raises rates, Trump’s payments on some $340 million in variable-rate loans go up

The U.S. recorded a $100.5 billion budget deficit in October, an increase of about 60% from a year earlier

Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, introduced him to a senior official from a Ukrainian energy firm that became the focus of controversy over the dismissal of a prosecutor who was investigating the company, the New York Post reports

Chicago makes history as Lori Lightfoot becomes its first black, female mayor

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