Soaring Energy Prices Top Agenda at EU Summit

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Soaring energy prices are exacerbating divisions in the European Union as national leaders brace for heated talks about how to protect the most vulnerable and avoid a backlash against the bloc���s ambitious climate change plan. A two-day summit is underway in Brussels. Maria Tadeo is there. (Source: Bloomberg)

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