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Europe's energy crisis
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EUROPE'S ENERGY CRISIS
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Brussels unveils plan for 'green' gas and nuclear label
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France bans patio heaters as part of climate change fight
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North Macedonia declares 30-day state of emergency over energy crisis
North Macedonia's government said it would provide emergency funding for state companies to import the necessary fuel.
Miners protest in Warsaw against coal production phase out
Around 200 miners have protested outside the European Commission building in Warsaw - against planned coal mine closures which they say will cause unemployment and higher fuel prices.
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