Michael Crowley: Germany and France ‘Stand To Lose A Lot From An Economic war With Russia’

Jeremy Bash and Michael Crowley join Andrea Mitchell to discuss mixed messages from some NATO and European allies concerning retaliation against potential Russian military action. “Nobody wants a war with Russia, but the Germans and the French stand to lose a lot from an economic war with Russia,” says Crowley. “They don’t want to escalate, and that’s a problem for the Biden administration.”

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Michael Crowley: Germany and France ‘Stand To Lose A Lot From An Economic war With Russia’

Lufthansa, Air France to fight EU climate plans

Lufthansa and Air France have joined an alliance of European airlines and airports that aims to oppose the EU’s planned climate legislation, arguing it will leave them unable to compete against rivals from outside the bloc.

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Brits return to the slopes as France opens up for skiers

Millions are hoping that 2022 is the year when normal holidays return and for fans of skiing, the last two years have mainly been spent off piste.

But bookings are now rising, after France eased restrictions for British travellers.

Sky’s Europe correspondent Adam Parsons reports from Chamonix.

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Monster Energy’s Edouard Therriault Takes Third Place in Freeski Slopestyle at FIS Freeski World Cup in Font Romeu, France

Monster Energy congratulates Canadian rookie Edouard Therriault on claiming third place and a career-first podium finish in Men’s Freeski Slopestyle in the FIS World Cup at Font Romeu, France, on Sunday.

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Anger in France over planned COVID restrictions

Thousands of protesters have gathered in a number of French cities to demonstrate against new coronavirus rules.

The restrictions would block unvaccinated people from bars, theatres and restaurants.

Many are furious with the French President for insisting he wants to make life difficult for those who have not been vaccinated.

Some MPs who support the legislation have received death threats.

Sky’s Europe Correspondent Michelle Clifford reports from the streets of Paris.

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France grants women under 25 free birth control

Concerned about the falling use of contraceptives, the French government has granted free birth control to women under 25. They’ll no longer have to pay for pills, IUDs or diaphragms

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300,000 new infections: France sees ‘supersonic rise’ in COVID cases | DW News

France recorded 332,200 new infections in a 24-hour period on Wednesday, which is Europe’s highest single-day number of confirmed COVID-19 cases.
It was also the first time that French cases breached the 300,000 mark as the country continues to break daily case records during an omicron-driven surge. Although hospitals are preparing for a potential surge in patients, authorities are hopeful that France’s high vaccination rate will prevent many people from developing severe infections, like those which were seen at the beginning of the pandemic. Nevertheless, the number of COVID hospitalizations has seen an uptick, with 72% of French ICU beds now occupied by people with the virus, The Associated Press reported. The increased pressure on resources has prompted authorities to allow health workers who have tested positive to keep treating patients in the face of staff shortages. Early Thursday, French legislators in the lower house passed legislation that included a new "health pass" to limit unvaccinated people’s access to public places including restaurants, regional trains and planes. The draft will now go to the Senate before a final vote in the National Assembly.

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France sixth country with over 10 million COVID infections

France is the sixth country to report more than 10 million COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began.

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From France to the UK: The plight of refugees in Calais | Focus on Europe

People are braving the freezing cold to cross the English Channel from Calais to Britain, resulting in tragedies and deaths. France and Britain blame each other, but they want to reach an agreement to take action.

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