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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to overhaul the judiciary has stoked widespread discontent and spurred weeks of protests. The demonstrations have brought cities to a standstill and continued as the country celebrated its 75th Independence Day.
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Greying but staying: The Europeans still working in their 70s
The EU’s average legal retirement age is 64, yet many Europeans are still working past the age of 65 and even 75.
This Swedish nursing home helps residents spice up their sex lives
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France's major unions have called for a mass strike over the government's planned retirement reform.
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Young Europeans can expect to work longer than their parents
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Tennis star Serena Williams hints she will retire after 2022 US Open
"I need to be two feet into tennis or two feet out," she said in an interview with Vogue.
'I am spent': Tennis star Ash Barty, 25, announces surprise retirement
The top-ranked Australian tennis player announced her retirement in a video posted to social media.
Barcelona striker Sergio Aguero, 33, retires from football
Aguero said he had made the difficult decision for health reasons.
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Spain's NBA champion Pau Gasol retires
Double NBA winner and Europe's most successful basketball player Pau Gasol called time on his sporting career on Tuesday.
Philippines leader Rodrigo Duterte announces retirement from politics
The authoritarian leader says he is backing out of a plan to run for vice president in next year’s elections and will retire from politics after his term ends.
11 people killed after fire sweeps through Russian retirement home
An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire in which 11 care home residents are believed to have perished.
Younger people across Europe could be working into their 70s
As the Danish government unveils plans to lower the retirement age, most European countries look set to increase it.
Life inside French retirement homes amid COVID-19 pandemic
More than 40 per cent of France's 19,000 COVID-19 fatalities have been in retirement homes.
Could over half of European COVID-19 deaths come from care homes?
Data from five European countries shows that between 42 and 57 percent of deaths related to COVID-19 have so far occurred in nursing homes.