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Ahead of G7 2021, EU promises to donate an extra 250 million euros as famine aid
World

Ahead of G7 2021, EU promises to donate an extra 250 million euros as famine aid

The aid will be given to Africa, Afghanistan and Venezuela as countries facing severe food insecurity due to Covid-19.

'Clumsy political show': China blasts US, EU consulates in Hong Kong for holding Tiananmen memorials
World

'Clumsy political show': China blasts US, EU consulates in Hong Kong for holding Tiananmen memorials

This year's vigil was banned at a time when Hong Kong authorities are carrying out a sweeping clampdown on dissent following huge and often violent democracy protests two years ago

US, EU representatives urge countries to take a greener stand during South Korea's virtual climate summit
World

US, EU representatives urge countries to take a greener stand during South Korea's virtual climate summit

Vietnam told developed countries to take the lead, provide financial assistance but John Kerry said: "We all have to do it."

Tokyo Olympics 2020: European Union issues statement in support of 'safe and secure' Games
Sports

Tokyo Olympics 2020: European Union issues statement in support of 'safe and secure' Games

Several parts of Japan are under a state of emergency because of a surge in infections, and the Japanese public is largely opposed to holding the Games this summer.

India story is not over yet: Fast global aid indicates world wants New Delhi's resurgence
India

India story is not over yet: Fast global aid indicates world wants New Delhi's resurgence

For all the challenges India has faced in the last few weeks, news of the demise of the India Story are greatly exaggerated

EU to beef up disinformation code to prevent digital ad companies from profiting off of 'fake news'
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EU to beef up disinformation code to prevent digital ad companies from profiting off of 'fake news'

The EU calls for digital platforms and ad companies to share information on advertisements that any of them reject for promoting disinformation.

Vaccine passports: How a global verification system would work for international travel
India

Vaccine passports: How a global verification system would work for international travel

Keen to avoid losing another summer of holiday revenue to COVID-19 pandemic, the EU and some Asian governments and the airline industry are scrambling to develop so-called vaccine passports

'Outrageous': Joe Biden condemns forced landing of Ryanair flight in Belarus, backs EU sanctions
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'Outrageous': Joe Biden condemns forced landing of Ryanair flight in Belarus, backs EU sanctions

EU leaders agreed on Monday to cut air links with Belarus, and the bloc said it would adopt further 'targeted economic sanctions' against Belarusian authorities

Explainer: From no-masking to travelling, how the world is easing COVID-19 restrictions
World

Explainer: From no-masking to travelling, how the world is easing COVID-19 restrictions

At a time when India continues to grapple with a spiralling COVID outbreak, hitting a record daily number of deaths, Europe and the US are ready to resume life as usual after months of punishing restrictions.

Pfizer/BioNTech seeks EU's approval to vaccinate children between ages 12-15 years
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Pfizer/BioNTech seeks EU's approval to vaccinate children between ages 12-15 years

BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin said ongoing trials are "very encouraging" and that "children are very well protected by the vaccine".

COVID-19 news: India records 3.49L new cases; US, UK, Germany offer support and supplies
India

COVID-19 news: India records 3.49L new cases; US, UK, Germany offer support and supplies

For the fourth day in a row, West Bengal registered its highest single-day spike of 15,889 COVID-19 cases on Sunday, pushing the tally to 7,43,950, t

Negotiations on India-EU trade deal to resume next month, says finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman
World

Negotiations on India-EU trade deal to resume next month, says finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman

Negotiations on a free trade agreement have been stalled since May 2013, when both sides failed to bridge substantial gaps on crucial issues including data security status for the IT sector

Epic Games files complaint against Apple to UK watchdog for alleged 'monopolistic practices'
News & Analysis

Epic Games files complaint against Apple to UK watchdog for alleged 'monopolistic practices'

Apple said it wasn’t surprised by Epic’s UK complaint “as we have seen them use the same playbook around the world.”

Popularity of shows like Netflix's Lupin, along with EU rules, bolsters European content into mainstream Hollywood
Entertainment

Popularity of shows like Netflix's Lupin, along with EU rules, bolsters European content into mainstream Hollywood

Netflix has 100 films and series in various stages of production across the European Union with production teams and senior executives hard at work in France, Spain, Germany and Italy

'Tit-for-tat': EU hits China with sanctions over Uighur crackdown; Beijing responds with ban on officials' entry
World

'Tit-for-tat': EU hits China with sanctions over Uighur crackdown; Beijing responds with ban on officials' entry

The EU was joined by US and Canada in blacklisting former and current officials in the Xinjiang region over alleged abuses against Muslim minorities

EU approves sanctions on China, Myanmar, Russia over human rights abuses
World

EU approves sanctions on China, Myanmar, Russia over human rights abuses

The highly symbolic move – reported by EU diplomats and expected to be formally unveiled in the EU's official journal later Monday – is the first time Brussels has hit Beijing over human rights abuses since it imposed an arms embargo in 1989 after Tiananmen Square

Europe staggers as infectious variants power COVID surge; one million test positive in a week
World

Europe staggers as infectious variants power COVID surge; one million test positive in a week

The contagious UK variant has spread significantly in 27 European countries monitored by the WHO, and is dominant in at least 10 countries, including Italy, Germany and France

As European countries mull meaningful steps to end colonial legacies, Sweden makes for an important case study
World

As European countries mull meaningful steps to end colonial legacies, Sweden makes for an important case study

The EU has some way to go to fully recognise, let alone address, the structural legacies of colonialism.

Australia passes media law that requires tech firms to pay for news: Will the system be replicated globally?
News & Analysis

Australia passes media law that requires tech firms to pay for news: Will the system be replicated globally?

The Australian law is seen as a potential model for companies around the world who have seen their advertising revenues decimated by the rise of internet platforms.

Microsoft, EU publishers push for Australia-like system to make big tech platforms pay for news
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Microsoft, EU publishers push for Australia-like system to make big tech platforms pay for news

Microsoft will be working with EU on a solution to “mandate payments” for use of news content from online “gatekeepers with dominant market power.”