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21 Jun
Italian fans in Rome rejoice at their team's 1-0 victory over Wales in the third group match of Euro 2020.
5 Dec 2020
The town of Ebbw Vale in south Wales has benefitted from hundreds of millions of euros in EU development money in the decades since its steelworks closed, but despite this it voted heavily in favour of Brexit. With the UK's Brexit transition period due to end on December 31, regions like this hope that British government funds will replace the European money. Since 2014, the UK has received 10.6 billion euros in EU Structural Funds.
20 Oct 2020
Wales will impose a full "firebreak" lockdown for two weeks from Friday to try to reduce a soaring number of new coronavirus cases, according to First Minister Mark Drakeford.
19 Dec 2019
The Australian state of New South Wales declared a second state of emergency as over 100 fires continue to rage. Temperatures are soaring in Australia. The state of emergency will last beyond Christmas.
31 Mar 2019
Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has already taken over 100 wickets for South Africa in both Test and one-day cricket games, which bodes well for the 23-year-old and his team ahead of the World Cup in England and Wales this summer. Here is all you need to know:
22 May 2018
London housing prices fall while prices in Wales and the rest of England rise.
19 Jan 2018
Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee, U.S. actor Meghan Markle, greeted cheering crowds outside Cardiff Castle in Wales.
2 Apr 2017
Northern New South Wales residents clean up after floods caused by Cyclone Debbie recede.

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