Dispute Between Kosovo and Serbia Is Causing Clocks Run Slow In Europe Due To Electrical Frequency Changing

A dispute between two countries is affecting Europe’s power grid and is causing clocks across the continent—including those built into home appliances like microwaves, ovens and coffee makers—to run up to six minutes slow. The issue stems from an arrangement between Kosovo and Serbia regarding who is responsible to pay for electricity. The countries are currently…


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