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Speedboat Britain to Donate Spare Vaccines to Poor Countries

The United Kingdom, which the EU compared to a “speedboat” in vaccine development, has committed to giving 80 per cent of its spare doses to the third world once all adults in Britain have been vaccinated. Hundreds of millions of vaccines will be sent to the worldwide distribution programme Covax, Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged […]

Europe can right its wrongs on Palestine

Europe bears a unique historical and moral responsibility towards Palestine and its people. In 1980 it defined its stance for a two-state solution in the Venice Declaration and set the bedrock for its current position on the negotiations process. The declaration also was Europe’s first condemnation against Israeli settlements and a forceful call for the […]

Europe Will Redefine Itself Despite Political Shift in the US

Despite the long-awaited political change in Washington as Democratic President, Joe Biden, has officially become the 46th President of the United States, Europe is unlikely to resume its previously unhindered reliance on its trans-Atlantic partner. The four years of Donald Trump were rife with tension and strife between the US and Europe – in fact, […]

Coronavirus: Hundreds of Cars Queue at German Frontier as EU Reimposes Internal Borders

AP BERLIN – German police say hundreds of cars and pedestrians are lining up at border crossings along the Czech-German border after Germany declared the Czech Republic a high risk area in the pandemic, meaning it requires proof a negative coronavirus test results before entry. At the crossings in Waldmuenchen and Fuerth im Wald authorities […]

Germany, Turkey seek better EU-Turkish ties as tensions ease

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Belgian Resident Dies 5 Days After Receiving Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine

Home » Europe, Health » Belgian Resident Dies 5 Days After Receiving Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine     A resident of Belgium has died five days after receiving Pfizer/BioNTech’s vaccine against COVID-19, the Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP) said in a statement, adding that an investigation has been launched. “On 14 January 2021 […]

Iran Prepares to Execute Second Wrestler, Despite State Department Protest

Iran has announced its plans to execute another wrestler, Mehdi Ali Hosseini, a 29-year-old athlete from Khuzestan. Source 00 Hits: 8

Migrant entries into the European Union drop to lowest levels since 2013

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‘Setback for the Free World’: EU Trade Deal with Communist China Draws Harsh Criticism

The European Union’s investment pact with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been characterised as a “real setback for the free world” by the founder of Hong Kong Watch, as human rights campaigners, diplomats, and others chastise the bloc for cosying up to the dictatorship in Beijing. The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) was […]

Farage: There Won’t Be a European Union in Ten Years’ Time

Brexit leader Nigel Farage has said that the UK has “set the standard” for nations gaining independence from the European Union, predicting that with the current divides on the continent between east and west and north and south, the bloc will not even exist in ten years. The UK finally left the EU’s institutions, with […]

Fishermen: Boris ‘Bottled It’, Brexit Deal ‘A Defeat’ for ‘Sacrificed’ Industry

Barrie Deas, chief executive of the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations (NFFO), says Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is “a defeat”, with the Tory accused of having “bottled it” on fishing and “sacrificed” the country’s long-suffering fishermen. “When push came to shove, despite the legal, moral and political strength of our case, fishing was sacrificed,” Deas […]

‘We Will Get This Done’: U.S. Ambassador Hints at Last Minute Trump Trade Deal With UK

America’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Woody Johnson, has suggested that U.S. and British negotiators are close to securing a trade deal before the end of President Trump’s term in office. On Sunday evening, Mr Johnson wrote on social media: “Free trade between our countries will lift us all to prosperity! Our trade negotiations are […]

European court rules Turkey must free prominent Kurdish politician Demirtas

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Hungary’s deputy prime minister calls EU’s ruling on kosher slaughter ‘disgrace’

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EU set to approve sanctions over Turkish gas drilling in the eastern Mediterranean

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Israel pans EU’s report on Lebanon that fails to mention Hezbollah

Browse > Home / News / Israel pans EU’s report on Lebanon that fails to mention Hezbollah December 9, 2020 by Aryeh Savir – TPS Read on for article Israel “regrets” that the European Union (EU) Foreign Affairs Council’s conclusions on Lebanon “failed to mention” the Hezbollah terrorist organization, which “serves the interests of the […]

EU vows to fight antisemitism ‘in all its forms,’ calling it an attack on European values

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European allies pushed back when Trump sanctioned Iran’s banks

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EU urges restraint after ‘criminal’ killing of Iranian nuke scientist

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Four Iranians on trial in Belgium over suspected France bomb plot in European first

Home » Crimes, Europe, Justice, Terrorism » Four Iranians on trial in Belgium over suspected France bomb plot in European first     An Iranian diplomat and three of his compatriots go on trial in Belgium on Friday after being accused of plotting to bomb an opposition rally outside Paris in 2018, in the first […]

Hungarian Prime Minister: ‘Soros Is One of the Most Corrupt People in the World’

Home » Corruption, Criticism, Europe » Hungarian Prime Minister: ‘Soros Is One of the Most Corrupt People in the World’     Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán lambasted billionaire plutocrat George Soros as “one of the most corrupt people in the world” after he called on the European Union to make Hungary and Poland submit […]

Dutch right-wing politician resigns following party’s antisemitism scandal

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Biden’s US will be Europe’s friend but not its military muscle, say analysts

BRUSSELS, Belgium (AFP) — The European Union will once again have a cooperative US partner when Joe Biden becomes president, but Europeans should harbor no illusions: Washington will be no globo-cop nor NATO’s big protector, leaders and analysts say. “Great day for US and Europe, we look forward to working together with new administration to […]

‘Things Are Going to Get Easier’: E.U. Dreams of a Subservient U.S. Under Joe Biden

Joe Biden, presumed victor of the 2020 presidential election as accorded by mainstream media outlets, has been cheered on by the European Union (E.U.) which believes he will be diplomatic putty compared to a combative Donald Trump. Jean-Claude Juncker, former European Commission president, conceded Sunday that while nothing will change immediately if Biden does indeed […]

Erdogan’s attack on Macron exposes minefield between Europe and Turkey

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Greece urges Turkey to ‘step back’ from reopening of Cyprus beach resort

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With Turkey’s backing, North Cyprus to reopen disputed no-man’s land beach

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How The Far Right Took Over The Mainstream

Above photo: Rassemblement National President Marine Le Pen. 1 May 2020. Lafargue Raphael/ABACA/ABACA/PA Images. While white male voters tend to still make up a large proportion of far-right parties and right-wing extremist organisations in Europe, a more worrying problem exists. From the Center for the Analysis of the Radical Right. NOTE: This article correctly points out […]

Turkey avoids EU sanction threat after agreeing to Greece talks

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Cyprus says it is ready for dialogue with Turkey but only ‘without threats’

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