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The EU recently signed a huge contract for a US anti-corona drug which, the WHO says, doesn't work, but there's little transparency on how the deal was made.
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Telecoms providers must stop installing Huawei equipment in the UK's 5G networks from next September
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The EU and US ought to join forces on digital regulation, foreign investor screening, cyber-security, and corona-vaccine distribution to hold back China, according to an internal EU strategy paper
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Denmark might exhume and incinerate the 10,000 tonnes of dead mink it culled in fur farms after finding a mutated form of coronavirus in the animals.
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Police arrested some 300 people at 20 separate protests in Minsk on Sunday, the 17th weekend in a row of pro-democracy protests after rigged elections in August.
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Tens of thousands of people marched against a new law in France on Saturday, forbidding them to photograph police officers in future.
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EU countries have begun talks on which names to hit first with new-model human rights sanctions.
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The EU has condemned the assassination of Iran's top nuclear scientist in a shoot-out outside Tehran at the weekend.
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Serbia has tried to calm tension over a history dispute with Montenegro which showed the brittleness of Western Balkans politics.
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Lithuania wants a new EU cyber-security centre to hang its flag in a historic TV tower in Vilnius, on one of Europe's modern front lines.
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[Opinion] Last week, we brought together the 42 member states of the Union for the Mediterranean - which is a special one as it happens 25 years after the launch of the Barcelona Process. By and and
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Tensions mount on the two important EU negotiating tracks: Brexit, and the approval of the bloc's long-term budget and Covid-19 recovery package
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Amazon made record profits this year, with Covid-19 sending many customers shopping online rather than on the high street
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Greece, Italy, Malta and Spain demand clearer rules obliging EU states to take in . Among their demands is that remains not only mandatory, but the pact's "main solidarity tool."
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Poland and Hungary should ask the EU's top court to assess the planned rules on linking to the respect for the , instead of blocking the €1.8tn budget and coronavirus recovery package, says Ursula von der Leyen.
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The EU's , is the first initiative under the European Strategy for Data - a proposal presented earlier this year aimed at unlocking the potential of big data, and new technologies such as Intelligence.
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The European Commission has urged Poland not to abandon a treaty against , as Warsaw continues to drift further from .
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[Opinion] EU proposal on could be a big milestone in the fight for – but it's all about getting the nitty-gritty right.
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[Opinion] The is in fact characterised by positive , with highly intertwined interests.
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