Greek leader faces political backlash after rail crash (Politico)

ATHENS — Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was supposed to be preparing to call an early election — instead he’s dealing with protestors throwing Molotov cocktails at police as a wave of public rage convulses Greece following a train crash that killed 57 people. Read more :

Too close to the sun: The making and unmaking of Eva Kaili (Politico)

BRUSSELS — Eva Kaili was unhappy with the seating plan. It was a few days before POLITICO’s P28 gala dinner — a splash of glitter on the Brussels social calendar unveiling a ranking of the most powerful people in Europe — and the Greek lawmaker wanted to make sure she would be seated at a […]

OPEC+’s massive supply cut is a clear win for Russia (NE Global)

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Counties (OPEC) and its Russia-led allies of oil-producing nations struck a major blow against the West’s sanctions against Moscow after deciding on a massive supply cut of 2 million barrels per day starting in November, threatening to send energy prices even higher in an already tight market. Read more :