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UN wants to strengthen multilateralism in an increasingly unilateral world

A bleak United Nations General Assembly, the 75th in its history, reflects the pandemic world in which the planet is sinking. But there is still hope, said António Guterres.

Greece and Turkey about to resume negotiations on the Eastern Mediterranean

The European Union is debating at the end of this week whether to proceed with sanctions against Ankara. The return of dialogue can lead to a waiting period in the Union - which has many reasons for not confronting Ankara.

Marques Mendes: “We are at the end of a political cycle”

António Costa runs the risk of not ending his mandate if he does not focus on what is most important. The week's two refurbishments went wrong for the prime minister.

MEPs to host Belarusian opposition leader

The leader of the opposition, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, will be this Monday with the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European parliament.

Atomic Agency mission is in Lebanon to monitor the accident site

Experts from the IAEA's response assistance mission to Lebanon are measuring radiation levels in various locations in the capital, Beirut.

Government prepares new lines of financing for exports

The Secretary of State for the Economy, João Correia Neves, who is in Milan at the largest footwear fair in the world, will make funds from Portugal 2020 available to companies to promote the digital presence in international markets.
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