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Sources says EU will extend COVID vaccine export controls

The mechanism was set up at end of January as a reaction to vaccine makers’ announcements of delays in deliveries of vaccines to the...

European Commission to propose EU-wide digital certificate

EU will propose an EU-wide digital certificate providing proof of a COVID vaccination that could allow Europeans to travel more freely. The EU executive aims...

European Union eyes Coronavirus vaccines at less than $40

European Union bloc has deemed vaccine alliance co-led by World Health Organization slow and high-cost while eyes for vaccines at less than $40. The European...

EU leaders clinches historic deal on pandemic recovery after fractious summit

EU leaders clinched an historic deal on a massive stimulus plan for their coronavirus-throttled economies,after a fractious summit lasting almost five days. The agreement paves...

Polish conservative President re-elected president, deeper EU confrontation likely

Polish conservative President Andrzej Duda has won five more years in power on a socially conservative, religious platform in a closely fought election. Nearly final...

European Commission says we must focus on health & jobs now,...

European Commission said we must now focus on investment in public health and protecting jobs and companies, and worry about fiscal sustainability later. In its...

EU states to restart travel and tourism despite Coronavirus Pandemic

EU states should guarantee vouchers for travel cancelled during Covid and lifting internal border restrictions in a bid to salvage summer tourism season. Tourism, that...

German govt pledges Unlimited Cash to dull the economic impact

German government pledges Unlimited Cash to dull the economic impact of the coronavirus as European Union Set to Green Light Spending. Germany pledged to spend...

UK denies residency to Cambridge sociologist

UK has denied permanent residency to Indian sociologist at Cambridge University Dr Asiya Islam who has lived in the country for ten...

Britain should cut salary threshold for migrants:Report

Britain should cut a salary threshold for migrants to 25,600 pounds ($33,650) a year to help fill jobs after Brexit:Report

Airbus makes deal to settle corruption probe

Airbus has agreed a settlement with French, British and US authorities following lengthy investigations into allegations of bribery and corruption.

Polls open in northern Italy,far right victory could shake coalition

Polls have opened in northern Italy Emilia-Romagna region,far-right League party victory could shake coalition government.

Greece Parliament elects first female president

Greece Parliament has elected High court judge and human rights advocate Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou as first female president.

EU block must consider ways to back Libya truce

EU Minister for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell has said that European Union block must have to consider ways to back Libya truce.

Polish senate votes down controversial draft

Polish senate votes down controversial draft law which aims to punish judges those who raises fingers on government reforms.

British Prime Minister rejects second referendum request

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has officially rejected second formal independence referendum request the Scottish government.

Germany,UK,France pull diplomatic triggers on Iran deal

Germany,UK and France have pulled diplomatic trigger on Iran deal dispute but they said they are not joining US 'maximum pressure' campaign.

EU leaders to hold emergency summit to save Nuclear deal

EU leaders have decided to hold emergency summit and will try to convince US and Iran to give chance to peace,leave the...

Hamdok visit to rebel stronghold Kauda raises hope for peace

Hamdok makes first visit to rebel stronghold Kauda as Prime Minister of Sudan which has raised hope for peace in the country.

UK moves closer to leaving European Union

UK Parliament will pass landmark legislation enacting the country's departure from the European Union bloc,MPs finally set to approve Brexit deal.

British ex-foreign ministers warns of ‘wider consequences’ in Soleimani killing

British ex-foreign ministers have weighed in on the debate over the assassination of prominent Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani.

German Rescue ship captain’s conviction overturned

German Rescue ship captain Claus-Peter Reisch conviction was overturned by Malta court,he did not enter Maltese waters with criminal intent.