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Prioritise jobs and tackle inequality during Portugal's EU presidency, say MEPs
20 Jan 2021 at 11:41am
Portugal's six-month presidency of the EU Council began at the start of this year.
EU migration chief urges Frontex to clarify pushback allegations
20 Jan 2021 at 10:51am
Ylva Johansson, the European Commissioner for Home Affairs, calls on Frontex, the EU?s border agency, to clarify accusations of involvement in migrant pushbacks.
European leaders to discuss vaccination speed and immunity passports
20 Jan 2021 at 10:05am
It comes amid continued criticism that the vaccination drive has been too sluggish.
EU diplomats on how the bloc is preparing for Biden after four years of Trump
20 Jan 2021 at 9:31am
EU diplomats share their views on what Trump meant for the transatlantic alliance and how Biden could help repair cut ties.
EU aims to vaccinate at least 80% of healthcare workers and older citizens by...
19 Jan 2021 at 8:35am
"We can soon start to see the beginning of the end of the pandemic," said health commissioner Stella Kyriakides in a statement.
Europe 'not off the hook' with Biden on defence spending, says former NATO ch...
19 Jan 2021 at 8:21am
EU Leaders may be relieved that Biden will do whatever it takes to restore traditional transatlantic ties but this doesn't mean that U.S. priorities will dramatically change.
For Rasmussen, China, as rising power, is the biggest challenge.
EU-US relations under Biden won't be the same as before Trump, top official says
18 Jan 2021 at 11:21am
"There will be no nostalgia," said EU trade chief Sabine Weyland. "We are not going to go back to the global order of previous days."
What impact will a Biden presidency have on coal-dependent Poland?
18 Jan 2021 at 8:07am
Some believe President-elect Joe Biden will be more critical of Poland than Donald Trump
EU vaccine rollout 'morally and politically unjustified', says Albania PM
15 Jan 2021 at 1:57am
"If you see how the European Union has conceived this process, for the moment it has decided to think only of itself," said Albania's PM Edi Rama.
COVID-19: Ireland's going through 'really dramatic increase' in cases, says P...
14 Jan 2021 at 2:03pm
In Ireland there are only 22 ICU beds available for use. Almost half of all the country's COVID-19 cases were reported in the last fortnight.
EU's top court holds its first hearing in Irish
14 Jan 2021 at 1:27pm
Historic! It is the first case to be heard in Irish at the European Court of Justice for nearly 50 years.
Death of young black man after Brussels arrest to be probed by judge
13 Jan 2021 at 9:18am
The man, 23, fainted at a police station and then died later in hospital, according to Brussels prosecutor's office.
EU countries should be able to challenge big tech companies over privacy, say...
13 Jan 2021 at 6:38am
Data protection agencies should be allowed to pursue legal action against Facebook and other firms over privacy issues, says the advocate general of the ECJ.
Pompeo cancels EU trip amid apparent 'snub' by Luxembourg
13 Jan 2021 at 5:15am
Luxembourg declined to comment on the reason, but confirmed the planned trip had been cancelled.
Frontex: EU's border agency probed over harassment, misconduct and migrant pu...
12 Jan 2021 at 10:57am
The investigation comes after MEPs called for Frontex's director to resign over alleged migrant pushbacks.