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EU court fines Poland 1 million euros daily in judiciary row

For not suspending a controversial "disciplinary chamber"

Energy: von der Leyen, 60 mln help to Moldova

Meeting with Moldovan PM Natalia Gavrilita

Germany downgrades growth forecast for 2021

Due to bottlenecks in global supply chains

Analysis

Eastern Europe to grow by 5.4% this year, more than expected

WIIW, region will perform better than the Eurozone

Germany's Social Democrats win but uncertainty beckons

Scholz and Laschet scramble for coalition partners

US museum returns ancient Nazi-looted shield to Czechia

The artwork was supposed to be an attraction at 'Führermuseum'

Poland: minister, 'cannot and should not pay' EU fines

Over judicial reform, failure to shut a massive coal mine

Covid: ECDC,Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania dark red

Case notification rate is 500 or more

Germany downgrades growth forecast for 2021

Due to bottlenecks in global supply chains

Energy: von der Leyen, 60 mln help to Moldova

Meeting with Moldovan PM Natalia Gavrilita

Moldova buys gas from Poland amid showdown with Moscow

For first time country turning to a supplier other than Russia

Fincantieri: Vard, new orders for offshore windfarms

The contracts are worth 140 million euros.

Transport: Greece plans 3.3 bn in railroad investments

To link ports and logistics centres

Transport: Balkan countries to work on Corridor VIII

Bulgaria, Albania, North Macedonia involved

Exhibitions: a man from the future, Nikola Tesla's genius

In Porto Vecchio, Trieste, from September 18 to October 10

Festival, Mittelfest in the name of peace and responsibility

Slovenian President Pahor attended the opening ceremony

Afghanistan: migrants, clash on the Serbian-Hungarian border

A group of people tried to cross the line

Slovenia: first supercomputer 'Vega' launched in Maribor

Only 13 countries with more powerful systems

Tumors: cross-border project for anti-breast cancer drug

Udine, Veneto, and Slovenia to fight cancer with high incidence