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EU Commission: The first Europeans could be vaccinated by the end of the year
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Brussels wants to better integrate migrants but questions remain over how they will do it
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EU chief hails ‘better progress’ in post-Brexit trade talks
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Von der Leyen: Deal secured with CureVac and hope for Moderna contract soon
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Barroso: after Biden's election, it would be 'absurd' if there is no EU-UK Brexit Deal
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Amazon Is Hit With Antitrust Charges by the European Union
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EU alleges Amazon abused competition rules by using data to gain unfair advantage
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EU to 'intensify cooperation' with new US government, von der Leyen says
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EU's green renovations proposal 'lacking ambition', says environmental lobby
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'We have lost time but not momentum' on climate goals, says EU's Environment Commissioner
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Sefcovic: EU are ready to work until last minute to get deal
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Michael Gove departs after meeting with Maros Sefcovic
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European Commission president goes into self-isolation after close contact tests positive
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European Commission widens its horizons in crackdown on corruption and abuse of law
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The Rule of Law: what is it and why is it important?
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Britain will not back down over Brexit legislation, Michael Gove tells the EU
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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.
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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,..
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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..
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European Commission tells staff to work from home due to coronavirusThe European Commission has decided to require most of its staff to work from home from Monday March 16 due to the coronavirus, the president of the EU executive told employees in a video recording on..
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