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    UK Retail Sales Fall by 0.1% in June

    The latest figures show that UK retail sales will continue their downward trend. Rising food and fuel prices are weighing heavily on the economy,...

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    The parliament of North Macedonia has passed a resolution in favour of an agreement with Bulgaria and France to resolve their long-standing dispute. The...

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    The fires that have forced thousands of people to flee from tinder-dry pine forests are continuing to burn. The fires, which broke out on...

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