The EU's suit against AstraZeneca claims vaccines were disproportionately given to the U.K.
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On Tuesday, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights ruled that British intelligence-gathering practices violated human rights.
The EU imposed sanctions on Belarus following the arrest of activist and journalist Raman Pratasevich, banning Belarusian airlines from using the airspace and airports of the 27-nation bloc.
European Union leaders gathered in Brussels for a two-day summit to pledge to continue efforts "to increase global vaccine production capacities in order to meet global needs."
A bomb threat was allegedly used so that Belarusian authorities could arrest a passenger, Raman Pratasevich, 26, a journalist and prominent critic who ran a popular messaging app that played a key role in helping organize massing protests against the authoritarian leader.
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The European Parliament said China's sanctions on EU legislators are "an attack on fundamental freedoms."
The European Union's executive arm on Thursday finalized a third vaccine contract with Pfizer and BioNTech through 2023 for an additional 1.8 billion doses of their COVID-19 shot to share between the bloc's countries,
The photos of the rescue effort were taken as thousands of migrants entered Spain's North African enclaves.
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said that it was almost unanimous among the EU foreign ministers that "the priority is the immediate cessation of all violence and the implementation of a cease-fire."
The European Union has been united in its calls for a cease-fire and the need for a political solution to end the latest conflict, but the nations are divided over how best to help.
Europe is increasingly being enmeshed in Middle Eastern rivalries and geopolitical strife.
The pandemic has shown how vulnerable international institutions are. Europe will never be whole, strong and secure until the entire Balkans are included in major European trends.
Speaking before a European Parliament committee, EU Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said that when all efforts are counted together, the EU's COVID response stacks up to the $1.9 trillion relief package passed under President Joe Biden.
Foreign ministers work to offer support to Afghanistan for "civilian reconstruction." However, peace negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban do not seem to be progressing.
The antiviral medication remdesivir is the only drug authorized across Europe for treating coronavirus patients.
Ahead of parliamentary elections in Scotland this week, support for independence has waivered amid the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit.
For all of the old world's hand-wringing on President Trump's so-called disdain for multilateralism, the Trump administration helped elevate China-related issues within NATO and rallied democracies to protect their digital networks and supply chains from the CCP.
The EU issued sanctions on Russian officials connected to opposition leader Alexei Navalny's imprisonment.
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A report published by the strategic communications branch of the EU's external action service accused Russia of using "antagonistic messaging" and spreading fake news claiming that other nations are trying to undermine the shot, which has not yet been approved for use in Europe.
As part of the $9.6 billion European-citizenship-for-investment scheme, 770 foreigners were incorrectly granted citizenship in Cyprus.
While AstraZeneca was contracted to deliver 300 million doses across the EU, 30 million were delivered in the first quarter of 2021, according to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
"Healthcare professionals and people who will receive the vaccine should be aware of the possibility of very rare cases of blood clots combined with low levels of blood platelets occurring within three weeks of vaccination," the European Medicines Agency said.
Top EU foreign policy chief said about Russia's buildup at the Ukraine border: "The risk of further escalation — it's evident."
Tensions between the two nations have been high since Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula in 2014, resulting in fighting that has led to more than 14,000 deaths.