Every day of the week, Eurozapping makes the news rounds in European countries. It is Eurozapping on Friday January 14th.
In the UK, attacks against Boris Johnson are increasing. Two evenings were held at 10 Downing Street, in full national mourning, the day before Prince Philip’s funeral last April. “I understand that people are angry in the country after what happened”said Liz Trust, the Secretary of State. Boris Johnson has apologized to the Queen, but voices calling for his resignation are growing.
Poland’s rebels against the closure of the Toro mine. It must be stopped since last February, when the European Court of Justice ruled in favor of the Czech Republic, which it considers highly polluted. Even a fine of €500,000 was imposed for each day of delay. Poland refuses to pay and comply.
Serbia, as one man alongside Novak Djokovic. Having his visa withdrawn again, when he is not vaccinated but has Covid-19, shocks his countrymen. “What Australia is causing to Novak is frustration for all Serbs. This means that no one from here is welcome anywhere even if they are at the top. This is not acceptable.”asks a passerby.
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