EU to UK on Northern Ireland disruption: You saw it comingResponding to Brexit Minister David Frost’s claims that UK was blindsided by customs issues, European politicians say NI protocol is ‘not the problem, it’s the solution.’

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Towards a win-win policy mix for healthier people and planetPollution – the key theme of the EU Green Week 2021 – is the largest environmental cause of multiple mental and physical diseases and of premature deaths, writes Viatris Europe Head of Corporate Affairs Victor Mendonca. The ambitious targets set by the European Commission in the European Climate Law - to include the 2030 emissions

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Moderna applies for EU coronavirus vaccine authorization covering teensTwo doses were shown to be 100 percent effective at preventing illness in a 2,500-participant trial.

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Digitalization of justice: Council approves its mandate for negotiations on the e-CODEX systemThe Council today (7 June) approved a general approach on the regulation on the e-CODEX system. The main aim of this system is to improve the efficiency of cross-border communication between the competent judicial authorities and facilitate access to justice for citizens and businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has put the spotlight on the need to,

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Oncogenomics and pediatric health - Call for Papers and G7, HTAGood afternoon health colleagues, and welcome to the first European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) update of the week. Work between EAPM and different journals is now ongoing concerning a special issue relating to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and blood diseases in children in developed and developing countries, writes EAPM Executive Director Dr. Denis

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Animated demographic pyramid of France 1901-2020
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Biden G7 and NATO to-do list: Unite allies, fight autocracy, attack COVID-19President Joe Biden’s meeting with leaders of the G7 leading industrial economies in an English seaside village this week will usher in a new focus on rallying US allies against common adversaries - the COVID-19 pandemic, Russia and China, Reuters. New COVID-19 variants and rising death tolls in some countries will loom large during the

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Soft drinks from all over Europe
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Parliament calls for greater scrutiny over national recovery plansMEPs held a debate on national recovery efforts today (8 June) demanding oversight of the implementation of the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF). In a resolution adopted in May with 602 votes in favour, 35 against and 56 abstentions, MEPs restated that, in line with the contents of the RRF Regulation, the European Parliament is

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Ratko Mladić loses appeal against Bosnian war genocide convictionTribunal upholds conviction of former military commander for Srebrenica slaughter.

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EU Digital COVID Certificate adopted in record timeMEPs are set to give their final approval to the EU Digital COVID Certificate, to facilitate intra-EU travel during the pandemic and contribute to the economic recovery. The Commission and Council have taken onboard many of the requests of the Parliament.  The agreement with the Council was reached only two months after the initial proposal

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‘Songs To Get Vaccinated To’ and other musical misstepsand it’s a mixed bag.

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Biden against corruption? Why the stolen money in Ukraine may never returnFighting corruption is one of the fundamental principles of democracy. But what if it turns outthat the embodiment of this democracy is involved in corruption deals? The election of the 46thPresident of the United States has shown that everyone has skeletons in the closet.The newly elected US President Joe Biden has come a long way

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Coronavirus pandemic made European cities less livable: ReportEuropean cities slipped in the rankings, with only Zurich and Geneva in the top ten.

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Countries qualified for Euro 2020
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Anti-corruption policy in Uzbekistan, ongoing reforms and future objectivesThe fight against corruption has become one of the most pressing problems facing the international community today. Its catastrophic impact on states, regional economy, politics, and public life can be seen on the example of the crisis in some countries, writes Akmal Burkhanov, director of the Anti-Corruption Agency of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Another important

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Boris Johnson dismisses criticism of UK aid cuts as ‘leftie propaganda’The UK prime minister is accused of ‘walking away from millions still struggling.’

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Ireland football team booed after 'taking the knee' before match against HungaryIRELAND'S players were roundly booed by Hungary fans after taking the knee prior to their 0-0 dra...

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ECHR sides with Lithuania’s neo-pagans in dispute over state recognitionLithuania has violated the European Convention on Human Rights when it dismissed a request by Romuva for its neo-pagan f...

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One of Haarlem's lovely neighbourhood - The Netherlands
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