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Europa League: Manchester United, Inter Milan advance to quarterfinals as European football returns
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Europa League: Manchester United, Inter Milan advance to quarterfinals as European football returns

Manchester United won 2-1 against LASK Linz to complete a 7-1 aggregate win over the Austrian club, five months after the first leg was played.

Europa League: Manchester United, Inter Milan eye quarterfinals as European football resumes
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Europa League: Manchester United, Inter Milan eye quarterfinals as European football resumes

A look at what’s happening around European football on Wednesday with the resumption of the Europa League's round of 16

Coronavirus pandemic: Air India to suspend flights to Europe, UK from 19 to 31 March in the wake of visa, travel restrictions
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Coronavirus pandemic: Air India to suspend flights to Europe, UK from 19 to 31 March in the wake of visa, travel restrictions

In the wake of travel and visa restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak, Air India on Tuesday announced temporary suspension of its entire services to Europe and the UK from 19 March till 31 March

Arvind Kejriwal to address C-40 Climate Change Summit via video conference after MEA denies permission for Denmark visit
India

Arvind Kejriwal to address C-40 Climate Change Summit via video conference after MEA denies permission for Denmark visit

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will address the C-40 Climate Change Summit through a video conference on Friday after the Ministry of External Affairs denied him permission to visit Denmark

MEA denies nod to Arvind Kejriwal for visit to C-40 Climate Summit in Denmark; AAP's Sanjay Singh terms decision 'unfortunate'
Politics

MEA denies nod to Arvind Kejriwal for visit to C-40 Climate Summit in Denmark; AAP's Sanjay Singh terms decision 'unfortunate'

Arvind Kejriwal will not be able to attend the C-40 Climate Summit in Denmark as the Ministry of External Affairs refused political clearance to his visit.

Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg nominated for Nobel Peace Prize; 16-yr-old began 'skip school' protests to save planet
World

Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg nominated for Nobel Peace Prize; 16-yr-old began 'skip school' protests to save planet

Greta Thunberg, 16, has encouraged students to skip school to join protests demanding faster action on climate change, a movement that has spread beyond Sweden to other European nations

World Day of Social Justice: People across globe come together in pursuit of equal rights and opportunities, inclusive justice
World

World Day of Social Justice: People across globe come together in pursuit of equal rights and opportunities, inclusive justice

The theme of 2019 World Day of Social Justice is ‘If You Want Peace & Development, Work for Social Justice’. The United Nations has stated how pursuit of social justice for all is at the core of its “global mission to promote development and human dignity”

Denmark train accident: Six killed, several injured as tarpaulin on a freight train hits Copenhagen-bound passenger train
World

Denmark train accident: Six killed, several injured as tarpaulin on a freight train hits Copenhagen-bound passenger train

Six people were killed and several injured in a train accident on a bridge in Denmark linking the central islands of Zealand and Funen, according to the rail operator

Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner sentenced to 50 days in jail for assaulting taxi driver in Denmark
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Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner sentenced to 50 days in jail for assaulting taxi driver in Denmark

Denmark international Nicklas Bendtner was convicted of assaulting a taxi driver and sentenced to 50 days in jail on Friday by a city court in Copenhagen, but walked free from the courtroom pending an appeal hearing.

UEFA Nations League: Ryan Giggs-led Wales' preparations for Denmark clash disrupted as technical problems causes flight delay
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UEFA Nations League: Ryan Giggs-led Wales' preparations for Denmark clash disrupted as technical problems causes flight delay

Ryan Giggs and his Wales players were severely delayed on their journey to Denmark due to an aeroplane technical problem.

Prince Henrik, husband of Denmark's Queen Margrethe II, dies at 83; royal had returned home to 'spend his last days'
World

Prince Henrik, husband of Denmark's Queen Margrethe II, dies at 83; royal had returned home to 'spend his last days'

Prince Henrik, the French-born husband of Denmark's Queen Margrethe II, has died, the palace announced on Wednesday. He was 83.

Islamic State too quick to claim attacks: From Las Vegas to Philippine casino, the group's unverified claims
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Islamic State too quick to claim attacks: From Las Vegas to Philippine casino, the group's unverified claims

The Islamic State enjoyed a brief moment of glory after claiming the Las Vegas shooting on Monday, where 59 people were killed and 527 injured

IOC all set to crown Paris, Los Angeles as hosts for 2024 and 2028 Olympics on 13 September
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IOC all set to crown Paris, Los Angeles as hosts for 2024 and 2028 Olympics on 13 September

IOC chief Bach first signalled publicly that the double-award of an Olympics could be on the agenda in December last year, lamenting that the bidding process produced "too many losers."

Maersk estimated to have suffered $300 million loss due to June cyberattack
News & Analysis

Maersk estimated to have suffered $300 million loss due to June cyberattack

Maersk, which was particularly severely affected by the attack, says the impact will first be reflected in its third quarter results.

Apple violates consumer law in Denmark by giving customer a refurbished iPhone
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Apple violates consumer law in Denmark by giving customer a refurbished iPhone

Apple Inc. has violated a consumer law in Denmark by giving a customer a refurbished iPhone with used components in replacement for his new one that wasn't working properly, a Danish court ruled.

EU greenhouse gas emissions fell to new low in 2014: European Environment Agency
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EU greenhouse gas emissions fell to new low in 2014: European Environment Agency

Emissions of greenhouse gases in the European Union fell to a new low in 2014, the bloc's environmental watchdog said on Tuesday.

Finally! National Gallery of Denmark removes 'negro' in titles of artwork
Life

Finally! National Gallery of Denmark removes 'negro' in titles of artwork

The museum in Denmark said the two words would be replaced by either a nationality or a mention saying the person depicted was of African descent.

A Danish girl accused of plotting attack against Jewish school in Copenhagen
World

A Danish girl accused of plotting attack against Jewish school in Copenhagen

Danish prosecutors say a 16-year-old girl who was arrested in January was planning bomb attacks against a Jewish school in Copenhagen and another school in Denmark.

Copenhagen airport terminal reopened after evacuation following bomb scare
World

Copenhagen airport terminal reopened after evacuation following bomb scare

Danish police arrested two men at Copenhagen's Kastrup Airport on Wednesday after they were overheard discussing a bomb in one of their bags, prompting the evacuation of the terminal, police said.