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Vaccination in Belgium Belgian Workers Party slams Pfizer’s profit motive in COVID-19 vaccine sale

Pfizer Inc. is accused of aiming for more profits by not ensuring the delivery of the promised quantity of COVID-19 vaccines after it was found that medics could draw six doses of vaccine per bottle instead of the expected five doses

European Union will no longer recognize Juan Guaidó as president of Venezuela

The EU announced the position following the swearing-in of Venezuela’s new National Assembly which was the body from which Guaidó rendered his claim to interim presidency

Anti-imperialists petition EU to recognize Venezuelan elections

The petition attracted more than 3,500 signatures from over 30 nations and is part of a week-long global campaign against US attempts at regime change in Venezuela

Baltic gas pipeline-Denmark Progressive youth in Denmark oppose Baltic gas pipeline project

Denmark’s Socialist Youth Front expressed opposition to the Baltic gas pipeline project over environmental concerns, and appealed to the Danish people to sign a citizens petition calling for its cancellation

Brexit deal passed in Commons UK House of Commons passes Johnson’s Brexit deal

The deal has set the United Kingdom on course to leave the European Union by the end of the month and complete the transition process by the end of the year

As historic defeat looms over Brexit, Theresa May scrambles to reduce margin

The first vote on the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated by prime minister Theresa May is likely to see her government lose by a massive margin. It may even lead to a no-confidence vote against May

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