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EU proposes nine-month limit on COVID-19 vaccine validity for travel
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EU proposes nine-month limit on COVID-19 vaccine validity for travel

The recommendation by the EU executive would need to be approved by the member states as well as the European Parliament

European Union health agency calls for urgent measures to reduce 'very high burden' of COVID-19
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European Union health agency calls for urgent measures to reduce 'very high burden' of COVID-19

Under 70 percent of the overall population in the EU and the European Economic Area (Norway, Lichtenstein and Iceland) have been fully vaccinated

Tough times ahead for European Union amid migrant crisis at Polish-Belarus border
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Tough times ahead for European Union amid migrant crisis at Polish-Belarus border

The EU is accusing Belarus’ admittedly unpredictable President Alexander Lukashenko of waging hybrid warfare against it at the behest of Russian president Vladimir Putin

Cold, hungry, afraid Mideastern migrants stuck on EU doorstep
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Cold, hungry, afraid Mideastern migrants stuck on EU doorstep

For many in the Middle East, beaten down by conflict and hopelessness, the stability in Europe has always been powerful. Legal entry has been near-impossible, with the EU tightening its borders

Russian movements at Ukraine border 'rather worrying', says European Union
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Russian movements at Ukraine border 'rather worrying', says European Union

The 27-nation bloc was monitoring the situation with partners including the United States and Britain, said EU foreign affairs spokesman Peter Stano

'What if we halt natural gas supplies?' Belarus' Alexander Lukashenko warns against new EU sanctions
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'What if we halt natural gas supplies?' Belarus' Alexander Lukashenko warns against new EU sanctions

Pressure is building to address the plight of hundreds of migrants, mainly Kurds from West Asia, who are stuck at the Belarus-Poland border in freezing weather

Brexit trade row: EU warns UK of 'consequences' if it tries to suspend Northern Ireland deal
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Brexit trade row: EU warns UK of 'consequences' if it tries to suspend Northern Ireland deal

The two sides are locked in talks seeking to resolve problems in trading arrangements for Northern Ireland agreed as part of the Britain's acrimonious departure from the bloc

US, EU sign new deal on steel tariffs at G-20 summit; look to rebuild relationship
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US, EU sign new deal on steel tariffs at G-20 summit; look to rebuild relationship

US Prez Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said at a joint appearance that the trade agreement would crack down on 'dirty steel' that produces carbon emissions that are blamed for climate change

Operation Dark HunTOR: Police arrest 150 in joint US-Europe dark web sweep spanning 10 months
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Operation Dark HunTOR: Police arrest 150 in joint US-Europe dark web sweep spanning 10 months

Europol and US authorities said they had seized tens of millions of euros in cash and virtual currencies besides arresting major counterfeit drug dealers

No place for rhetoric referring to war: European Union tells Polish prime minister
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No place for rhetoric referring to war: European Union tells Polish prime minister

At an EU summit, Poland's prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that for Brussels to withhold cash over rule of law issues would be like starting World War III

UK says time running out for solution in Brexit trade talks, substantial gaps remain
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UK says time running out for solution in Brexit trade talks, substantial gaps remain

UK and EU negotiators have met in Brussels over the past week to try and resolve major differences that have erupted over trade rules for Northern Ireland

UK, EU still fighting over Brexit: What's the problem, why conflict is erupting now, what will happen next
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UK, EU still fighting over Brexit: What's the problem, why conflict is erupting now, what will happen next

The current conflict centers on Northern Ireland, the only part of the UK that shares a land border with an EU member — Ireland

EU, UK back to Brexit wrangling on fishing and trade in Northern Ireland
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EU, UK back to Brexit wrangling on fishing and trade in Northern Ireland

In less than a year after finalizing Brexit, the European Union and Britain are back to quarreling with UK wanting changes on trade deal in Northern Ireland and France wanting more fishing licenses from London

European Union says Sri Lanka must amend anti-terror law to keep trade deal
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European Union says Sri Lanka must amend anti-terror law to keep trade deal

The anti-terror law that gives police sweeping powers to arrest suspects without trial. The issue was discussed during the visit of a team of senior EU officials to the island nation

EU adopts €5 billion reserve to help businesses tackle short-term Brexit effects
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EU adopts €5 billion reserve to help businesses tackle short-term Brexit effects

The European Council said the money will cover extra costs and compensate the losses. Despite a trade deal struck in December to ensure tariff-free trade, Britain's trade with the EU has fallen sharply

Low vaccine rates in east Europe overwhelm ICUs amid surge of delta variant cases
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Low vaccine rates in east Europe overwhelm ICUs amid surge of delta variant cases

Bulgaria and Romania are EU's two least-vaccinated nations, with just 22 percent and 33 percent of their adult populations fully inoculated while 72 percent adults in the 27-nation European Union have been fully vaccinated

One plug to charge them all: Trouble for Apple as EU demands single charging method for phones
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One plug to charge them all: Trouble for Apple as EU demands single charging method for phones

The push by the EU will certainly be cheered by the millions of people who have rummaged through a drawer full of cables for the right charger

NATO Secretary General refuses to take side in submarine row, calls for united front
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NATO Secretary General refuses to take side in submarine row, calls for united front

Jens Stoltenberg said he was confident that France, the UK and the US “will find a way forward and not make this disagreement create lasting problems for the alliance”

Afghan aid groups struggle to help population at risk with limited resources; foreign funds frozen
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Afghan aid groups struggle to help population at risk with limited resources; foreign funds frozen

Attempts by Western governments and international financial institutions to deprive the Taliban-controlled government of other funding sources until its intentions are clearer has Afghan’s most vulnerable citizens hurting

Why S Jaishankar's visit to Slovenia, Croatia and Denmark is important for India-EU ties
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Why S Jaishankar's visit to Slovenia, Croatia and Denmark is important for India-EU ties

The three-nation trip is being carried out with a hope to widen ties with Europe, with a focus on the Indo-Pacific region