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Mexico investors worry lopsided vote could threaten rule of law

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June 07, 2024

By Rodrigo Campos and Noe Torres

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The Danish king inaugurates the first element of a road-and-rail tunnel linking Denmark to Germany

Danish King Frederik X has inaugurated the first element of a future 18-kilometer (11-mile) rail-and-road tunnel under the Baltic Sea that will link southern Denmark to northern Germany and contribute to the transport sector’s green transition

The Danish king inaugurates the first element of a road-and-rail tunnel linking Denmark to Germany
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Volkswagen wants to prepare charging business for outside investors

Volkswagen is preparing its energy and charging division for outside investors, the carmaker's board member in charge of technology said on Friday, adding he was open to different

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UK's Conservatives promise 12 billion-pound sickness benefit savings

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's Conservative Party, facing an election next month, on Saturday announced details of its plan to tighten sickness benefit rules, which it said

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EU's eastern members see strong performances by centrist parties

Pro-European centrist parties performed well overall in central and eastern Europe during the European Parliament elections on Sunday, partial

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German investigators seize cocaine worth 2.6 billion euros, calling it their biggest find ever

German investigators say they discovered 35.5 metric tons of cocaine worth 2.6 billion euros ($2.78 billion) on different container ships and made seven arrests in connection with what they called the largest cocaine find in the country ever

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The IRS wants to end another major tax loophole for the wealthy and raise $50 billion in the process

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Landmark EU nature restoration plan gets the green light despite months of protests by farmers

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China opens tit-for-tat anti-dumping probe into European pork

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