EU seeks to protect vulnerable families from energy crunch

The EU has unveiled a "toolbox" of measures to protect vulnerable families from the rising price of energy. Member states are being encouraged to offer tax breaks or energy cheques, but France says the plan doesn't go far enough to ensure energy independence. Also in the show: IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva defends her record after being cleared of an ethics scandal at the World Bank, and shipping ports around the world are facing traffic jams.

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