"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.
President Putin's most vociferous critic began a hunger strike 20 days ago and doctors have warned that he could suffer cardiac arrest "at any minute."
Top official said: "It is becoming more and more difficult to affirm that there isn't a cause-and-effect relationship" between the shot and rare clotting.
"According to the current scientific knowledge, there is no evidence that would support restricting the use of this vaccine in any population," EMA Executive Director Emer Cooke told reporters, according to the Associated Press.
Brussels had previously warned Warsaw that a law undermining the independence of the judiciary might come to this point.
Regional and international far-right groups see the region and Bosnia and Herzegovina as a possible breeding ground for white supremacist ideologies.
"We stand with Parliamentarians against these unacceptable actions," Canada's prime minister said Saturday after China sanctioned officials alleging human rights violations in Xinjiang.
China's sanction list of 10 people and four entities includes European Union members of parliament, politicians as well as scholars and think tanks.
The U.S. and Canada have already condemned China's actions toward Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim groups, including the government's use of internment camps, as genocide.
"Its benefits in protecting people from COVID-19 with the associated risks of deaths and hospitalizations outweigh the possible risks," EMA executive director Emer Cooke said.
In order to get on the same level of advanced clean energy societies, like Norway, the U.S. must get into the weeds and focus on every aspect of the EV supply chain.
The sooner Macron and Kurz confront political Islam, the better.
The biggest threats to rule of law, peacekeeping and individual freedoms in Spain and Europe stem from violent expressions of exclusionary nationalism and populism.
President Joe Biden must prevent the return of injustice in the Balkans.
The EU is considering two laws to regulate media content on the Internet. The Markets Act focuses on checking Big Tech's power over the marketplace, while the Services Act seeks to check their power over content.
It became clear the Swedish government would not take action to prevent more COVID-related deaths.
The EU's shifting of the blame toward AstraZeneca throughout last week's crisis was as baseless as it was pointless.
The agency said data collected from the vaccination rollout in Europe is consistent with the known safety profile of the vaccine and no new side effects have been identified.
The continent is looking to forge its own path separate from that of the U.S. and China.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day should signal a real commitment to respect and protect living Jews—not merely stand in moments of silence for six million dead Jews.
The European Union has handed out a total of 5.5 million doses of the vaccine, compared to over 4 million in the U.K. alone.
Pompeo's trips to Luxembourg and Belgium were called off at the last minute, according to Reuters, because officials there refused to meet with him.