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EU's Ethiopia envoy warns of looming Tigray refugee crisis and radicalisation
The “turbulence and crisis” in Ethiopia’s Tigray region risks departing vacuum pressure for extremist groups...

08 April, 2021

Australia blames EU source issues for slow vaccine rollout
Australia's prime minister on Wednesday blamed restricted vaccine source from Europe for his country's halting...

07 April, 2021

Myanmar activists hold candle-lit protests as EU, US make an effort to pressure junta
Myanmar protesters placed candle-lit vigils for the scores killed on demonstrations against military guideline, as...

23 March, 2021

EU rejects accusations of COVID-19 'vaccine nationalism'
European Council President Charles Michel on the subject of Tuesday (Mar 9) rejected charges of...

10 March, 2021

EU looks to protected vaccine supplies for jabs ramp-up
The EU said Monday it really is working to secure a huge increase in COVID...

09 March, 2021

First vaccines delivered under global Covax scheme; EU course struggles to increase
Ghana became the primary country to get vaccines from the global Covax scheme Wednesday, paving...

25 February, 2021

EU launches advanced Covid-19 vaccine research program to fight mutations
The EU will release a programme to study Covid-19 variants and produce "second generation" vaccines...

17 February, 2021

UK frightening would-be travellers into staying put with ‘over the leading’ jail threat
The tourism industry accused the UK government of trying to scare people into not going...

11 February, 2021

UK has more EU residents than some member says, says Gove
The UK has granted settled status to 4.3 million EU citizens, more than the inhabitants...

09 February, 2021

EU seeks to improve credibility despite slow vaccine rollout
The European Union on Monday defended its flagging coronavirus vaccine program, which includes come under...

02 February, 2021

EU confesses to blundering in Northern Ireland vaccine row
EU officials confessed in Saturday to a "blunder" in its threat to blockade vaccines to...

31 January, 2021

New warning on COVID-19 vaccine supplies sparks EU concern
A warning from AstraZeneca that preliminary products of its COVID-19 vaccinations to Europe will be...

24 January, 2021

UK introduces Global Health Insurance Card to cover EU travel
The UK unveiled a health insurance programme on Monday, which it said would let travellers...

14 January, 2021

UK introduces Global MEDICAL HEALTH INSURANCE Card to go over EU travel
The UK unveiled a health insurance programme on Monday, which it said would let travellers...

13 January, 2021

UK introduces Global Health Insurance Card to go over EU travel
The UK unveiled a medical health insurance programme on Mon, which it said would let...

12 January, 2021

Post-Brexit trade manage EU passes into UK law
Parliament on Wednesday voted resoundingly to approve a good trade cope with the EU, paving...

31 December, 2020

China poses an immediate task for Joe Biden, who's cornered between EU and Congress
Controlling relations with and countering China’s influence are shaping to be US president-elect Joe Biden’s...

30 December, 2020

EU's marathon COVID-19 vaccination get off to uneven start
The European Union's campaign to vaccinate Europeans against COVID-19 offers off to an uneven begin...

30 December, 2020

With just days to go, Britain urges businesses to get ready for end of Brexit transition
Britain on Mon (Dec 28) urged businesses to get ready for Brexit, just days before...

28 December, 2020

Aon's $30bn for insurance professional Willis Towers Watson hits regulatory hurdle
Aon's $30 billion bid for Willis Towers Watson to create the world's most significant insurance...

23 December, 2020

EU ambassadors to carry emergency meeting on UK new virus strain
EU ambassadors will hold an emergency meeting in Brussels on Monday on travel restrictions to...

21 December, 2020

UK and EU extend Brexit talks after ditching deadline
EUROPE and Britain will go back to the negotiating table on Monday (Dec 14) after...

14 December, 2020

UK and EU place Brexit deadline for Sunday after Johnson meal showdown with von der Leyen
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said they...

10 December, 2020

UK, EU leaders to meet face-to-face to attempt to seal Brexit trade deal
British and EU leaders will match face-to-face to try to seal a post-Brexit trade offer...

08 December, 2020

Google set to gain EU authorization for Fitbit takeover in a few days
Google is defined to win conditional EU approval for its $2.1 billion takeover of well...

05 December, 2020