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Germany's incoming chancellor Scholz backs mandatory jabs

Their introduction will have to be approved by parliament.

Italy-Serbia: first phase UNHCR-foreign min. plan completed

On exchange of good practices in management migration flows

German constitutional court rules partial lockdown lawful

Habeck, unvaxxed should be banned from "all public facilities"

Germany: inflation +6.0% on the same month a year earlier

The increase is the highest since 1992.

Petr Fiala named new Czech PM by Covid-stricken president

Wheelchair-bound Zeman speaking from behind a plastic barrier

Analysis

Germany's next coalition struggles as Covid resurges

Hospitals will reach capacity in the first two weeks of December

Covid: Sebastiani (CNR), in Europe rapidly changing trends

Cases decrease in Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia

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

WIIW, region will perform better than the Eurozone

Germany's incoming chancellor Scholz backs mandatory jabs

Their introduction will have to be approved by parliament.

Austria, recidivist anti-vaxxers risk up to 7,200 euros fine

According to the government's draft on compulsory vaccination

Greece plans to fine over-60 unvaccinated

More than 520,000 elderly still not protected

Germany: economists, Covid will restrain the growth

Five Sages, stagnation in the 4th quarter; DIW, much uncertainty

Germany: inflation +6.0% on the same month a year earlier

The increase is the highest since 1992.

Germany: Ifo business climate index down

Covid and bottlenecks put damper on expectations

Energy: expert, hydrogen valley, tool for a green transition

Taccani (University of Trieste), even in terms of job creation

Energy: in N. Gorica, focus on cross-border hydrogen valley

Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia involved in the potential project

Ansaldo Nucleare, contract for 4th gen reactors in Romania

Contract signed for so-called ATHENA experimental plant

Serbia: Belgrade's metro works start amid protests

Critics claim lines may endanger water supply

Bosnia: nearly half of young people plan to leave country

Population expected to drop to 1.6 million from current 3.5

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