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From 19 to 21 September, MEPs from the European Parliament's subcommittee on Human Rights (DROI) visited Pakistan
If Russia severs the supplies of gas it has already drastically reduced, authorities fear Europe risks becoming a colder, darker and less-productive place this winter
There were nearly 30 countries at this year’s NATO summit in Madrid on 29-30 June, an unprecedented number
Issues such as stronger trade ties, cooperation to mitigate climate change, emerging technologies and cultural linkages were discussed during the meeting, which was held on the sidelines of the G7 Summit at Schloss Elmau, Germany
The European Commission has pledged to 'significantly increase' its support for Ukraine's neighbour Moldova, which has seen a series of attacks in a Moscow-backed separatist region, sparking fears the conflict could spread
The decision to set up a Trade and Technology Council will be the first for India with any of its partners and second for the European Union after it has set up with the US
Europe's economy would struggle without Russian gas, although the impact would vary based on how much countries use.
If they’re successful, sanctions on Russia might eventually change the course of events through their impact on the circumstances of elite influencers but they also have the potential to cripple the rest of the economy
Nudging Ukraine, Europe's second-biggest country, fully into the Western fold against the will of Moscow poses massive problems.
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
Under the new contract, the member states will be able to buy up to 100 million doses of the Novavax vaccine, with an option for 100 million additional doses over the course of 2021, 2022, and 2023
The most radical, and possibly contentious, proposal would impose tariffs on certain imports from countries with less stringent climate protection rules
The proposals by the European Commission will cover everything from tougher caps on car pollution to new national limits on gases from buildings
A peer review of the jab is expected in two to four months after it was given to scientific journals, Raches Ella Project Lead COVID-19 Vaccines at Bharat Biotech said on Wednesday
For all the challenges India has faced in the last few weeks, news of the demise of the India Story are greatly exaggerated
'Responsible to go the extra mile': EU, UK agree to continue post-Brexit deal talks beyond Sunday deadline
However, Prime Minister Boris Johnson played down hopes of a breakthrough, saying the "most likely" outcome was that the two sides wouldn't reach a deal and would trade on WTO terms
Internet companies will have to share with businesses the information they need to improve the online profile of their goods and services sold via the platforms.
The authorities must make Amazon clear the air on the systems it has put in place to ensure that its online marketplace benefits all sellers equally and does not restrict choices available to customers.
European Union extends Pakistan GSP-Plus status for two years; cash-strapped country to get rebates on duty charges
The European Union has extended the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) Plus status for cash-strapped Pakistan for two years, allowing the country access to preferential duties on exports to the EU
EU unveils first ever climate law that will help in making all the countries climate neutral by 2050
To finance the climate transition, the EU plans to dedicate a quarter of its budget to tackling climate change.