Inflation fears drive global stock sell-off - Pipeline hack threatens US gasoline supplies - Lufthansa unfolds its wings on new winds of hope
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Stock markets around the world have plunged amid mounting concerns about the impact of the COVID-19 virus on business. The virus has continued to spread, with 27 new cases in Germany. DW has the latest here.
Italy, the worst hit country in Europe as yet, is seeking the green light for a larger budget deficit after closing its schools and universities. A German industry body is wary of losses. All the latest from DW here.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been sworn in during a ceremony with no public in attendance amid security and pandemic concerns. Donald Trump is the first modern president to skip the event. Follow DW for the latest.
Amid outright confrontation between the European Union and Turkey about Ankara's drilling program in the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus is moving on with its gas export plans. Could it be a bumpy ride?
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