Georgia has edged closer to ending a months-long political crisis after several opposition parties signed a deal brokered by the European Union.
By Associated Press
Families from Kenya, Fiji, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal and Romania and the Swedish Sami Youth organization launched the legal action in 2018. They wanted the EU to scrap its climate legislation and introduce more ambitious emissions cuts.
By Associated Press
The sanctions move, agreed by EU foreign ministers, was part of a raft of measures targeting alleged human rights offenders around the world, including in North Korea, Libya and Sudan.
By Maria Cheng, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
On Thursday, ahead of the EMA's announcement, Britain's drug regulatory agency said there is no sign AstraZeneca's vaccine causes clots, and it urged people to continue getting the shot.
By Raf Casert, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
The European Medicines Agency urged governments Tuesday not to halt use of the vaccine at a time when the pandemic is still taking thousands of lives each day.
By Zeke Miller, Raf Casert, Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
Even though it is not approved in the U.S., well over 10 million doses of AstraZeneca’s vaccine are stockpiled in the country for domestic use and cannot be exported under the terms of the company’s agreement with the federal government.
By Raf Casert, Associated Press
In a sign of goodwill to rebuild trans-Atlantic relations, the European Union and the United States have decided to suspend tariffs used in the longstanding Airbus-Boeing dispute.
By Jorge Rueda, Associated Press
Venezuela's government has ordered the expulsion of the head of the EU delegation in the South American nation following the bloc's decision to impose sanctions on several Venezuelan officials accused of undermining democracy or violating human rights.
Europe’s vaccination rollout is in crisis with manufacturing delays causing supply shortages and thousands of appointments cancelled indefinitely. The European Union wants to see 70 percent of its population inoculated by the fall. But frustration is growing amongst its citizens…
By Frances D'Emilio, Associated Press
Pope Francis and Italy’s president on Saturday marked a newly established annual day to honor doctors, nurses and other health care workers, exactly one year after the nation’s first known native case of COVID-19 emerged.
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