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This week Pontus and András bring you the latest from all over Europe mixed with some history and a little bit of Poking the Pope(s). This week marks the 646th anniversary of the onset of the Aachen Dancing Plague. After exploring that phenomenon, we move on to how Pope Francis regards women and weather Palpatine is up to no good on his visit to his homeland Germany. Then, in the news: - COVID-19 superspreading centre in Gütersloch, Germany now in lockdown - Swedish coronavirus quack bites the dust - The Guardian's article on revised climate models deemed misleading by experts - Spanish authorities finally publish COVID-19 statistics - ARP-SAPC's Skeptical Magnifier Award announced - Novartis stops Hydroxychloroquine study for lack of participants - New survey in University of Oxford's Digital News Reports shows how much people care about climate change - Political consensus in Norway to remove VAT exemption status for SCAM practitioners - European Commission identifies Russia and China as origins of disinformation campaigns - Almost half of Italians would not get a COVID-19 vaccine The Swedish Food Safety Agency gets this week's Really Right price for stepping up against illegal food supplement ads. Enjoy!

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