Massive anti-government protests are again taking place in Chisinau, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Moldova.
Some reports mention more than 65 000 people took to the streets of the capital on October 30, calling for the resignation of President Sandu and the normalization of relations with Russia.
The protesters clashed with the police, resulting in the detention of several opposition politicians.
On the same day, massive anti-government protests took place in several cities across Germany.
On October 31, Eurostat announced that the eurozone inflation rate in October hit a new record high of 10.7%. The main driver is energy – a result of sanctions against Russia.
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