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'India-EU FTA will be negotiated at aggregate level': Swedish envoy
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India-EU FTA will be negotiated at aggregate level: Swedish envoy
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Australia appeals to EU over Italy's vaccine block
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Italy blocks export of Covid-19 vaccine doses to Australia
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EU first as Italy blocks export of COVID-19 vaccines to Australia
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European Parliament delays decision on vote to approve Brexit deal after UK 'violation' of agreement
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EU unveils plan to force companies to publish wages to help close gender pay gap
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Helena Dalli gives the latest on what the EU is doing to tackle inequalities
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EU's plan for including people with disabilities isn't moving fast enough, say activists
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EU's top court rules Spanish fooball clubs received illegal state aid
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Belgian city of Ghent trains single mothers be childcare workers
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India and European Union are democratic superpowers, says Sweden PMIndian PM Narendra Modi on Friday held a virtual summit with Swedish counterpart, the second such virtual summit with any Nordic country.
UK 'absolutely not' trying to provoke EU row - but bloc hints legal action 'very soon' over border issuesThe UK is "absolutely not" trying to provoke a row with the EU over post-Brexit border arrangements, after the government's intervention saw the bloc threaten legal action, a cabinet minister has told..
Australia hits back as EU stops vaccine delivery, with bloc accused of 'tearing up the rule book'Australia has hit back at the EU's move to block a shipment of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine - suggesting the bloc was trying to "tear up the rule book".
AstraZeneca's jab has had a bumpy rollout in the EU - but how did it play out?The EU's vaccination drive has been a bumpy ride - but its rollout of the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab has been especially so.
'We feel like animals': Border testing highlights broader tensions in EU's COVID strategyFrench residents who travel to Germany daily for work have reacted angrily after being told they must now get COVID tests every two days in order to cross the border.
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.
EU will go to court over UK 'unilateral action' on Northern Ireland protocolThe European Union has said it will take legal action over Britain's "unilateral action" over the Northern Ireland protocol.
EU border disruption to cause economic hit - and Brexit deal to see '4% shrinkage in long-term'Border disruption with the EU, caused in part by Brexit, is expected to cause an economic hit in the first three months of this year, according to Whitehall's fiscal watchdog.
Proposed EU vaccine passport scheme raises hopes of Britons having summer holidays in EuropeEU proposals for a vaccine passport could kick start tourism across the bloc from as early as June - raising hopes lockdown-weary Britons could enjoy a summer holiday on the continent.
Russia hit with sanctions over attempted murder and jailing of Alexei NavalnyThe United States and the European Union have imposed sanctions targeting a number of senior Russian officials and businesses over the attempted murder and jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Austria and Denmark to partner with Israel on COVID vaccines and stop relying on 'too slow' EUAustria and Denmark are to stop relying solely on the European Union for coronavirus vaccines and begin a partnership with Israel.
'Quasi-ineffective': What EU leaders said about Oxford jab - and the data forcing a rethinkEuropean countries are revising their refusal to give older people the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine following the release of fresh data.
UK to discuss EU proposals for vaccine passport aimed at reviving international travelThe UK will discuss with the EU the bloc's proposals to create a vaccine passport that could allow people to travel more freely in time for the summer holidays.
PM Modi to meet all 27 heads of EU governments in informal summit in MayEuropean sources said Europe and India are now converging on their national and continental priorities. “We have five priorities. All these are priorities for India,” a source said. They described..
Environment, 'openness' on priority list as India, EU prepare for summer summit
Climate actions of 74 countries, EU far off Paris goal: UN bodyThe United Nations body on climate change on Friday released an initial synthesis report on updated climate actions of various countries, pointing out that their collective plans so far do not put the..
EU leaders divided over vaccine passports to allow travel this summerEuropean Union leaders are divided over developing vaccine passports to open the continent up to tourism this summer.
Anti-fraud probe as EU nations are offered 900 million 'ghost' COVID jabs for €12.7bnFraudsters are trying to cash in on mistakes made by the EU's coronavirus vaccination campaign by offering millions of scam jabs to member states.
EU countries have been offered 900 million COVID jabs in €12.7bn scamFraudsters are trying to cash in on mistakes made by the EU's coronavirus vaccination campaign by offering millions of scam jabs to member states.
EU countries offered €12.7bn worth of fake COVID jabsFraudsters are trying to cash in on mistakes made by the EU's coronavirus vaccination campaign by offering millions of scam jabs to member states.
UK government urged to 'act unilaterally' over Northern Ireland protocolThe UK government has been told to "act unilaterally" over the controversial Northern Ireland protocol in its trade deal with the EU.
BoE's Bailey warns EU against 'dubious' attempt to grab multi-trillion clearing businessBank of England governor Andrew Bailey has warned Brussels against creating a "serious escalation" by forcing firms to relocate euro clearing business away from the UK.
UK agrees to give EU more time to approve Brexit trade dealThe UK has agreed to give the European Union more time to approve the Brexit trade deal struck between the two sides.
How EU nations are trying to plot route out of lockdown - as Germany 'declares third wave'The details of England's route out of lockdown were revealed this week but how are European countries doing?
J&K visit an opportunity to see ground situation: EU EnvoyThe two-day visit on Wednesday and Thursday saw 24 foreign heads of the mission visiting the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
Fishermen fear losing their homes as post-Brexit export ban bitesShellfish workers in Cornwall say some are at risk of losing their homes because of an overnight ban on exporting their product to the EU.
Taken note of DDC polls and resumption of 4G internet services in J&K, look forward to other important steps: EU
Foreign envoys visiting J&K reach Jammu; to meet Lt guv, several delegationsEnvoys of several countries, including member states of the European Union, visiting Jammu and Kashmir reached here on Thursday to assess the efforts made to strengthen democratically-elected local..
Fortnite video game makers file EU antitrust case against AppleEpic Games, the company behind the video game Fortnite, has expanded the territory of its ongoing dispute with Apple by filing a complaint with the European Union.
Star actors join calls for government to resolve post-Brexit visa issueSir Ian McKellen, Dame Julie Walters and Sir Patrick Stewart are among a group of British actors calling on Boris Johnson to resolve the issue of visa-free EU travel for artists.
Barnier stands firm on financial services talks as Amsterdam claims win over CityMichel Barnier, who led the EU's Brexit negotiations, has signalled Brussels will not climb down from its demands of the UK if a financial services deal is to be secured.
EU accuses UK of 'shortcomings' over implementation of Northern Ireland protocolThe EU has accused the UK government of "shortcomings" over implementing Northern Ireland protocol, ahead of a meeting between the government and the bloc in London.
Don't pick a fight with us over City access, BoE boss warns BrusselsBank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has urged the EU not to pick a fight over post-Brexit access for financial services and accused it of demanding tougher standards of the UK than other countries.
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.
India, EU look at restarting bilateral trade agreement
Exports to the EU have plummeted by 68% since BrexitThe volume of exports going through British ports to the EU fell by 68% last month compared with January last year, according to research.
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.
PM open to overriding Brexit deal to ensure 'no barrier down the Irish Sea'Boris Johnson has vowed to "do everything we need to do" - including an attempt to override post-Brexit arrangements with the EU - in order to "ensure there is no barrier down the Irish Sea".
PM calls for 'urgent action' from EU after it 'undermined' Northern Ireland agreementBoris Johnson has called for "urgent action" from the EU to resolve "outstanding problems" with the post-Brexit arrangement for Northern Ireland.
EU warns of consequences if vaccine orders not deliveredThe EU has ruled out an immediate ban on vaccine exports, but signalled there could be consequences if manufacturers do not produce the expected doses.
Ryanair urges EU to step up 'slow pace' of vaccines as it posts €321m lossRyanair has urged Europe to step up the "slow pace" of COVID-19 vaccinations as it reported a €321m (£279m) loss for the Christmas quarter.
AstraZeneca set to supply nine million more COVID vaccine doses to EU after row over shortagesAstraZeneca is set to supply nine million more doses of its COVID vaccine to the EU after a high-profile row over shortages.