France’s national police have called for increased security at religious sites around the All Saint’s holiday this coming weekend, particularly noting online threats from extremists against Christians and moderate French Muslims
In a statement, the EU said that the the "adopted restrictive measures consist of a travel ban to the EU and an asset freeze for individuals, and an asset freeze for the entity"
German Fridays for Future activist Lisa Neubauer said "It appears like the ones who have made the most claims are the ones who back up the most."
Permanent seat in UNSC neither necessary nor only way for India to assert its ‘arrival’ on global centrestage
The changed world offers examples like Germany, Japan and Israel who have stitched alternative arrangements that could be multilateral (EU), bilateral (US-Israel), regional or creatively/strategically relevant, eg, the Quad
In a similar referendum in 2014, the Swiss narrowly voted in favor of limiting access of EU citizens to live and work in Switzerland.
The bill aims to override parts of the Brexit deal and enable goods and services to flow freely across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland when the UK leaves the EU on 1 January
'UK govt shaming itself': Two former prime ministers pen op-ed panning Boris Johnson's proposed Brexit legislation
In an article in The Sunday Times, John Major and Tony Blair, who played a crucial role in bringing peace to Northern Ireland, warned that the Internal Market Bill imperils that peace
The British government announced this week that it plans to legislate to give itself the power to deviate from some of the provisions in the agreement about Northern Ireland trade.
India and EU finalise civil nuclear pact, to unveil roadmap for boosting ties during online summit today
Officials said both sides are also expected to finalise an agreement between Europol and CBI on having a working arrangement to deal with organised crime and terrorism.
EU's air safety agency suspends Pakistan airliners PIA and Vision Air International from flying to Europe for six months over safety concerns
The EASA took the decision due to concerns about Pakistan's ability to ensure compliance with international aviation standards at all times, reports said.
COVID-19-hit US unlikely to be in EU's list of safe countries as Europe prepares to reopen to foreigners
European Union envoys are close to finalising a list of countries whose citizens will be allowed to enter Europe again, possibly from late next week, EU diplomats confirmed Saturda
'To protect Denmark's interest,' Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen postpones her wedding for the third time
Denmark Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen had finally zeroed in on a date to get married with her fiancé Bo Tengberg. However, the PM had to once again postpone her wedding due to an EU Council meeting scheduled in July.
Facebook CEO said there is a model coming out of countries like China that have quite different values than Western countries.
COVID-19 outbreak: India among 62 nations backing probe into origins of coronavirus, World Health Organisation's response
India is among 62 countries backing a joint effort by Australia and European Union calling for an independent inquiry into the World Health Organisation's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a draft resolution proposed for 73rd World Health Assembly (WHA) meeting beginning today.
Overseas players hoping to join Premier League set to be subject to points-based immigration criteria post-Brexit
All players from overseas seeking to join Premier League clubs are set to be subject to points-based criteria after Britain's departure from the European Union is complete.
Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex tanks over 1,000 points, Nifty below 9,000-mark; except pharma, all other sectoral indices end in red
Stock Market Today LIVE Updates: Sensex plunges 870 points, Nifty at 9,000-level; Rupee slips 26 paise to 76.79 against dollar
Coronavirus pandemic puts brakes on Gulf economies; stranded Indian workers fear contracting infection, loss of livelihoods
The coronavirus pandemic is a testing time for Indians who migrated abroad in search of work, particularly in the Gulf.
Coronavirus Global Roundup, April 10: Recovered patients test positive in South Korea, ceasefire in Yemen, WHO warns that African cases will rise
There are now over 1.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world. Over 97,000 people have lost their lives, and around 364,000 have recovered.
In a letter, the countries said the EU should continue to work on their climate neutrality plan and fulfil the Paris Agreement.