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The European Union has "strongly encouraged" its member states to impose pre-departure COVID-19 testing of passengers from China, in a move that is likely to upset Beijing and has already been criticized by the global airline industry.
On the eve of an emergency meeting to discuss plans to cut gas use by 15 percent over the coming months, envoys on Monday were still brokering a possible compromise that should keep all 27 nations in line.
In a 324-155 vote with 38 abstentions, European Parliament lawmakers adopted a resolution Thursday condemning the end of constitutional protections for abortion in the United States.
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci and White House press secretary Jen Psaki hold a news briefing on Wednesday in Washington, DC.
Nations around the world sought to keep the new omicron variant at bay with travel bans and further restrictions, even as it remains unclear what it means for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The European Commission's announcement came as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen was meeting in Brussels with eurozone counterparts and high-level EU officials.
The European Union has fined major German car manufacturers $1 billion because they colluded to limit the development and rollout of car emission-control systems.
The European Union is calling on the United States to start boosting its vaccine exports to contain the global COVID-19 crisis, and said that the U.S. backing of patent waivers would provide only a long-term solution at best.
President Joe Biden urged Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday to “de-escalate tensions" following a Russian military buildup on Ukraine's border in their second tense call of Biden's young presidency.
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