Dave Lawler

World News Editor for Axios

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The European Union’s vaccine rollout has been going slowly compared to other wealthy nations.

Germany, France, Spain, Italy struggle with vaccine skepticism and blood clot fears

The European Union’s vaccine rollout has been going slowly compared to other wealthy nations.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered a landslide victory for the Conservatives on Thursday, centered around his signature campaign promise.

What’s next for Brexit, and lessons for the US after UK elections

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered a landslide victory for the Conservatives on Thursday, centered around his signature campaign promise.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Some members of Congress are trying to prevent foreign interference in American elections by making online ads more transparent.

Can Congress prevent election interference by regulating social media?

Some members of Congress are trying to prevent foreign interference in American elections by making online ads more transparent.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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