Europe faces energy crisis as power shortages lead to soaring prices | DW News

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Europe is teetering on the edge of a full-blown energy crisis as prices skyrocket across the continent. Governments from Spain to Greece are stepping in to curtail prices, fearing that the growing burden on households will threaten the broader economic recovery from COVID

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