G7 foreign ministers say Russia is trying to undermine democracies and threatening Ukraine while China is guilty of human rights abuses and of using its economic clout to bully others.
EU’s industrial strategy plan devised after the Covid-19 pandemic shows bottlenecks in supply chains, causing the bloc to conduct in-depth reviews in six strategic areas, including pharmaceutical ingredients and semiconductors.
The alarmingly high number of deaths and disappearances on sea routes has renewed accusations that European countries are failing to help migrant and refugee boats in trouble.
Muslims see the measures as an attack on their right to practice religion.
Despite misgivings of some in the medical community, Spain, the Netherlands and the UK are holding mass events that sell out as soon as tickets go on sale.
EU executive Commission says it objects to Apple’s way of doing business, which allegedly squeezes out rivals like Spotify and ends up costing its music streaming consumers more. Apple has rejected accusations.
European Parliament members vote overwhelmingly to ratify EU's post-Brexit zero-tariffs and zero-quotas trade deal with Britain, warning UK to stick to its commitments and that agreement has "real teeth" to keep the country in check.
EU launches legal action against pharmaceutical giant for not respecting its contract for the supply of Covid-19 vaccines, but AstraZeneca says it fully complied with advance purchase deal and will strongly defend itself in court.
The European Commission said it would not take up an option to buy 100 million additional doses of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine, which is included in the current supply contract the EU has with the company.
The European Parliament and EU member states have reached a major climate deal, agreeing to go carbon neutral by 2050 and getting there by aiming to cut carbon emissions by "at least" 55 percent by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham desert plans to join breakaway Super League, imploding the breakaway project after backlash from their supporters and warnings from government.
The talks, aimed at bringing Iran and the United States back into compliance with the nuclear deal, will pick up again next week based on the progress achieved so far, diplomats say.
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