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Coffee Prices Skyrocket: Climate Crisis and Supply Woes Fuel Soaring Costs

Coffee prices are expected to continue their upward trajectory, driven by a combination of factors including climate change impacts, disruptions in supply chains, and new regulatory requirements within the EU, according to Giuseppe Lavazza, chairman of Italian coffee giant Lavazza.

Vucic to visit Egypt, announces important visit to Serbia for July 19

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced he would be paying a two-day visit to Egypt on Saturday and Sunday for bilateral talks with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, noting that a FTA with Egypt was extremely important.

In a public address, Vucic said that, after the visit to Egypt, he would travel to London for a July 17-18 European Political Community meeting.

The Killers: The band interrupted their concert in London to celebrate England’s victory

Several fans posted snaps of the memorable moment on social media. The O2 Arena’s lights went out, and the ITV commentator blared over the speakers as the final moments of the match played out, according to a report in The Independent newspaper.

102 athletes to represent Türkiye in Paris Olympics

First female rowing athlete to represent Türkiye in the Olympic games, Elis Özbay, is intensely training for the competitions.

A total of 102 sportspersons representing Türkiye in 18 different branches will compete with all their might to strike gold for the country in the 2024 Summer Olympics, which will be held in Paris between July 26 and Aug. 11.

Britain: Manhunt for Crossbow Killer of Three Women – ‘We Heard Screams and Then Chaos’

Hertfordshire police have launched a manhunt outside London to apprehend Kyle Clifford, 26, who authorities say was armed with a crossbow. Clifford is wanted following the murder of three women believed to be family members. They were identified as the wife and two daughters of BBC Five Live sports commentator John Hunt, according to the Daily Mail.

Djokovic through to Wimbledon semis after De Minaur withdraws due to injury

LONDON - Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic is through to the Wimbledon semi-finals after Australian Alex De Minaur withdrew from the tournament due to a hip injury, the organisers announced on Wednesday.

Djokovic was due to face De Minaur in the quarter-finals later in the day.

Lajcak: Steps on several issues agreed but no progress on implementation

LONDON - The EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue Miroslav Lajcak says "concrete next steps" on several practical issues were agreed at a July 2 meeting of chief negotiators in the dialogue but that there was no progress on implementation of an agreement on the path to normalisation of relations between Belgrade and Pristina.