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  • Italian PM Conte resigns following pandemic criticism
    Mr Conte hopes to form a new and stronger government after losing a Senate majority last week.

  • Coronavirus: Vaccine supply fears grow amid EU export threat
    The EU calls for “fair” distribution after vaccine companies cut back on pledged supplies.

  • Covax: How will Covid vaccines be shared with poorer countries?
    A scheme to distribute Covid-19 vaccines is under way. Here’s what you need to know.

  • Covid: Dutch curfew riots rage for third night
    Police describe it as the worst unrest in the Netherlands for decades, with more than 180 arrests.

  • Mother-and-baby homes: 'They called us fallen women, bad women'
    Adele relives her experience of a mother-and-baby home, as an NI report is to be published.

  • Netherlands: Third night of anti-lockdown riots bring violence and looting
    There was looting and vandalism across several Dutch cities as protests turned violent.

  • Brexit parcel price shock: 'I had to pay £30 for a gift'
    It’s not just shoppers facing surprise costs when EU parcels arrive, but what is behind the charges?

  • Deloitte Football Money League: Pandemic set to cost top clubs over £1.7bn
    The coronavirus pandemic will cost Europe’s 20 richest football clubs over £1.7bn by the end of this season.

  • 'Wealth increase of 10 men during pandemic could buy vaccines for all'
    Billionaires’ wealth has soared while the pandemic has plunged millions into poverty, Oxfam says.

  • Putin condemns Navalny protests as Western concern grows
    The crackdown on Alexei Navalny and his supporters fuels calls in the EU for tougher sanctions.