Lawmakers in the 27-nation bloc have proposed rules that would make tech companies more responsible for content uploaded to their sites and keep them from stopping competitors.
COVID concerns and other security concerns led to the proposed changes to current rules for the transport of people and goods across EU borders announced today.
The European Court of Justice ruled in favor of a Bulgarian-British couple whose adopted child could not obtain citizenship.
According to U.S. intelligence officials, Russia moved 70,000 troops close to Ukraine's border and is readying for a potential invasion early next year.
The European Commission estimated this could reclassify up to 4.1 million gig workers for digital and app-based services such as ridesharing and meal delivery.
The U.S. registered the most new COVID cases in the world over the last week, over 752,000, and the global weekly count of deaths rose by 10 percent last week.
"We can't afford to live like we used to live, so we have to make a movement about not throwing things out when they're still working," one activist said.
Where is the justice in this world when the bar is set higher for Jews than for other minorities?
The ban on western imports is retaliation to what Belarus says is an "illegal external sanctions pressure aimed at undermining the sovereignty of Belarus."
On November 23, Austria became the first Western democracy and European Union member state to announce mandatory vaccination.
The Federal Trade Commission claimed that the deal would give Nvidia control over technology that other companies need to manufacture their own chips.
The U.S., U.K., Canada and European Union hit Belarus with sanctions including travel bans and asset freezes on all suspected of aiding in the migrant crisis.
A surge of cases has caused many member nations to again increase their restrictions and mask requirements. The EU's current vaccination rate is 66 percent.
The European Commission retracted an internal communication suggesting swapping the term "Christmas period" to "holiday period" following Christian outrage.
"Her recent public reappearance does not ease concerns about her safety and freedom," a European Union spokesperson said.
Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said justice officials and staff from the finance and foreign affairs ministries will join the agency to bolster it.
While 52 percent of U.K. voters overall backed leaving the EU in a 2016 referendum, 62 percent of Scottish voters favored remaining in the bloc.
In hopes of saving free travel between the nation-bloc's 27 countries, the EU is recommending countries against implementing restrictions amid the latest surge.
"Our only message is: Take the situation very seriously, but without thinking that the economic impact will be the same one as one year ago," an official said.
The sanctions are expected to be approved by EU leaders in the coming days.
The Netherlands saw an overall 39 percent spike in infections in the past week. Children ages 5 to 11 had the highest rate of COVID-19 infections.
The biggest rise was found in the EU's eastern borders and the Balkans region of southeast Europe, as well as from central Mediterranean Sea crossings.
Ibrahim Rasool said in an interview with the Associated Press that he wants to return to living a normal life, "it doesn't matter which country."
Dr. Arsalan Azzaddin has treated migrants from the Belarus-Poland border suffering from hypothermia, pneumonia, broken bones and severe dehydration.
Police used fire, tear gas and water cannons to break up the crowds in Brussels and Rotterdam, and almost 100 individuals were detained.
Poland's Border Guard spokeswoman Anna Michalska said there were over 300 attempts made by migrants to cross the border Sunday. All were stopped or sent back.
"With the highly contagious Delta variant this is very, very likely and that's why we are recommending vaccination so urgently," said Germany's health minister.
"It is politically no longer justifiable that entire industries…are faced with great existential fears, while others...take the freedom not to vaccinate," said one official.