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EU plays down claim that a legal case has been launched against AstraZeneca
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Brussels delays decision on making natural gas and nuclear energy a green investment
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'The higher the risk, the stricter the rule': Brussels' new draft rules on artificial intelligence
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EU countries should lower price of PCR tests, says EU justice commissioner
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EU to get an extra 50 million COVID vaccines by the end of June
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EU Commission May Not Be Renewing Vaccine Contracts With AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson
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Turkey fumes after Italian PM Draghi called Erdogan ‘dictator’
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EU President Ursula Von Der Leyen, only woman left standing at the meet with Erdogan | Oneindia News
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Ursula von der Leyen snubbed in chair gaffe
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Technology, agriculture's friend for the sustainable farms of the future
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EU leaders under pressure as COVID infections rise
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Daily politics briefing: March 26
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EU leaders back tightening vaccine exports at Brussels summit
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EC chief warns AstraZeneca must honour contract before exporting doses elsewhere
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EU and US kick off diplomatic rapprochement. But will it last?
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Fishermen and wind farms must learn to coexist, says MEP
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Brussels considers visa restrictions against non-EU countries refusing to take back migrants
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Will travel be possible this summer with the EU's Digital Green Certificate?
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EU takes legal action against AstraZeneca over vaccine supplyA legal case has been started by the European Commission against AstraZeneca over its "complete failure" to meet delivery and contractual agreements, Ireland's health minister has said.
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EU hits 100 million COVID vaccine doses - and announces major extension to Pfizer dealOver 100 million COVID-19 vaccinations have now been given in the EU - and a major extension to the European Commission's contract with Pfizer-BioNTech has been announced.
Italy's PM brands Turkish president a 'dictator' as diplomatic row over chairs at meeting worsensTurkey has rejected claims it snubbed European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen because she is a woman.
Ursula von der Leyen snubbed in awkward chair situation at meeting with Turkish presidentEuropean Commission president Ursula von der Leyen was speechless after being left without a chair during a meeting with Turkey's leader.
EU is 'very publicly flexing its muscles' in row with AstraZenecaJust as the European Commission was confirming its plans to tighten the rules around vaccine exports, the Belgian prime minister was talking, just down the road.
EU calls for tougher vaccine export controls to ensure more supplies for the bloc's citizensThe European Commission is calling for tougher controls on COVID-19 vaccine exports to Britain and other areas with much higher vaccination rates, EU officials have said.
EU threatens to block COVID jab exports to UK and other countries with high vaccination ratesEuropean Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has threatened to block vaccine exports to the UK and other countries with markedly higher rollouts of coronavirus jabs.
Italy and EU block Oxford vaccine shipment to AustraliaItaly and the European Commission have blocked a shipment of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine destined for Australia.
We underestimated COVID vaccine rollout, admits EU chiefThe president of the European Commission has admitted the EU underestimated the rolling out of vaccines and that "we are not where we want to be" in the fight against the coronavirus.
UK 'speedboat' can act faster than EU's 'tanker' on vaccines, admits bloc's chiefEuropean Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has admitted a country on its own - such as the UK - can act as a "speedboat" compared to the EU's "tanker" in the delivery of COVID vaccines.
EU authorises use of AstraZeneca COVID vaccine - as bloc tightens rules for exportsThe European Commission has authorised AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine after EU regulators said it can be given to adults in all age groups - the third jab cleared for use in the bloc.
Extracts from AstraZeneca contract released - and EU refuses to budgeThe European Commission's position remains the same - that AstraZeneca has breached its contract and is dodging its responsibility for proving tens of millions of vaccine doses to European countries.
EU states back spending up to $2.7 billion upfront on COVID-19 vaccinesThe European Commission received a mandate from EU governments on Friday to negotiate advance purchases of promising coronavirus vaccines, the EU's top health official said, but it is unclear whether..
British PM, top EU officials to hold talks on June 15British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the chairman of European Union leaders Charles Michel and the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen will hold talks on June 15 to revive stalled..
EU to draw up safe countries list as borders open to travellersThe European Union should gradually reopen its borders to non-EU travellers from July and draw up a list of countries outside the bloc for which restrictions can be removed, the European Commission..
Coronavirus is not high threat to workers, EU says, causing outcryThe European Commission classified the new coronavirus as a mid-level threat to workers, drawing criticism from socialist lawmakers because the move will allow less stringent workplace safety measures..
EU eyes overhaul of pharma rules to tackle vaccine, antibiotic shortagesThe European Commission on Tuesday started a process that could lead to reforms of drug manufacturing to limit shortages of vaccines and antibiotics and make medicines more easily available.
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UK PM plans Brexit talks with EU's von der Leyen, warned to reach deal pre-autumn: FTBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to hold Brexit talks with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in June, with UK officials warning Johnson that an agreement was needed..
EU launches new COVID-19 fundraising to address concerns over equal accessThe European Commission launched a new global fundraising campaign on Thursday to finance the development and worldwide distribution of testing, vaccines and treatments against COVID-19, seeking to..
EU keeps defence fund alive with 8 billion euro proposalThe European Commission proposed on Wednesday spending 8 billion euros ($8.81 billion) of its next budget on a new European Union defence fund, keeping alive a Franco-German plan to deepen military..
Shipping plan would reel international emissions into EU carbon marketThe European Union's carbon market could capture a large chunk of emissions from outside Europe if the bloc succeeds in including shipping in the scheme, according to the European Commission's first..
Factbox: EU recovery fund - the battle linesThe European Commission will issue on Wednesday a new proposal for a long-term European Union budget and a coronavirus recovery fund to help economies in the bloc rebound from recession.
International pandemic cooperation a 'no brainer': EU Commission chiefInternational cooperation should be a no brainer during a global pandemic, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Tuesday.
Factbox: Guidelines for Europe's hotels - distancing by the poolThe European Commission outlined on Wednesday steps aimed at reviving the struggling tourism and airline industries brought to a halt by the coronavirus.
Exclusive: Fearing shortages, EU may deploy emergency funds in COVID-19 vaccine raceThe European Commission is weighing using a $2.6 billion emergency fund to boost pharmaceutical labs' capacity, fearing that even if a COVID-19 vaccine is developed the EU may not be able to produce..
Factbox: How to travel in Europe in the era of coronavirusThe European Commission unveiled a series of measures aimed at ensuring people can start travelling safely across the continent again as governments try to revive tourism and airline industries brought..
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EU sets out guidelines for tourism resumption, cross-border travelThe European Commission has set out guidelines to allow the resumption of tourism so that people may be able to stay in hotels, eat in restaurants or go to beaches safely in the coming months despite..
EU Commission calls for state guarantees for vouchers for cancelled travelThe European Commission will tell countries in the European Union to provide state guarantees for travel vouchers during the coronavirus pandemic, if they prefer people to accept the vouchers instead..
EU should beef up fake news pledge involving Google, Facebook, Twitter: studyThe European Union should strengthen a voluntary pledge, to which Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc's Google and Twitter Inc signed up to combat fake news, with sanctions to make it a more effective tool, a..
World leaders pledge $8 billion in fight against coronavirus, EU saysWorld leaders promised $8 billion on Monday for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen said at the end of a pledging event that she chaired.
EU to provide one billion euros for global vaccine search: Von der LeyenThe European Union pledged on Monday 1 billion euros ($1.09 billion) for the global search for vaccines and treatment for the novel coronavirus, the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen..
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EU sees 'Green Deal' delays but keeps climate target plan: draft documentThe European Commission will delay some climate policies under its signature "Green Deal" proposal due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the timeline to unveil a new 2030 emissions target is unchanged,..
EU to limit export control of virus protection gear to just masksThe European Commission plans to narrow controls on the export of coronavirus protective equipment to just a single product - masks - as well as exempt the countries of the western Balkans from the..
Head of EU's top science body quits amid coronavirus controversyThe president of the European Union's main science organisation has quit the post he took up only in January, the European Commission said, amid controversy over the bloc's response to the coronavirus..
EU must keep pressure on Hungary, Poland on rule of law: French officialThe European Commission must keep putting political pressure on Hungary and Poland regarding the rule of law in both countries, a French official said on Wednesday, adding that financial pressure could..
EU to adopt pan-European approach on mobile apps to fight coronavirusThe European Union will on Wednesday adopt a pan-European approach on the use of mobile applications to track the spread of the coronavirus, according to a European Commission document seen by Reuters.
EU approves coronavirus state support for Portugal, Poland, GreeceThe European Commission has approved a series of multi-billion-euro state support packages for Greece, Poland and Portugal to help soften the economic impact of the coronavirus through grants and loan..
EU Commission apologises to Italy over coronavirus response, deaths push higherThe head of the European Commission apologised to Italy on Thursday for a lack of solidarity from Europe in tackling its coronavirus crisis, but promised greater help in dealing with the economic..
Kill the virus, not democracy - EU tells HungaryThe European Commission told Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday that emergency powers he has assumed to combat the coronavirus outbreak risk upending democracy and must be subject to..