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27 Oct
At her last European Union leader's summit, outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she is leaving power "at a time when there is cause for concern" for the European Union, citing disputes on migration, the bloc's economy, and the rule of law in EU countries. of Angela Merkel
18 Jun
Sergio Ramos breaks down in tears, saying leaving Real Madrid is one of the most difficult moments of his life as he bids farewell after 16 years at the club.
1 Jan
Cities in Oceania and Asia welcome the new year, with different apporaches to festivities taken depending on the current status of Covid-19 in a territory. Crowds pack Auckland, Wuhan, Pyongyang and Taipei, while Bangkok has fireworks but no crowd - a precursor for New Year's celebrations to follow in other Covid-hit parts of the world.
1 Jan
2020 has been a year of upheaval and crisis - one that was shaped by the coronavirus pandemic. But was it all gloom and mayhem?⁣ As we say goodbye to 2020 and welcome 2021, here’s how some people felt about this unforgettable year.⁣

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