Sat, Apr 17, 2021

European-Union News
  • EU says 'no evidence' to restrict use of AstraZeneca vaccine EU says 'no evidence' to restrict use of AstraZeneca vaccine

    The head of the European Medicines Agency said Wednesday that there is “no evidence” that would support restricting use of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine in any population, as Germany has now done...

  • EU takes Poland to court over judicial independence concerns EU takes Poland to court over judicial independence concerns

    The European Union is referring Poland to Europe's top court over long-standing concerns about respect for the rule of law and the independence of the country's Supreme Court judges, EU officials said...

  • Spain extends restrictions on travel from outside EU Spain extends restrictions on travel from outside EU

    The Spanish government has extended its travel ban on journeys from countries outside the European Union (EU) and Schengen Area for a further one month.

  • EU tightens Covid-19 vaccine export rules EU tightens Covid-19 vaccine export rules

    The European Commission presented a revised version of its export transparency mechanism for Covid-19 vaccines, with Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis claiming that it does not constitute an...

  • EU leaders' summit moves entirely online EU leaders' summit moves entirely online

    A summit of European Union (EU) heads of state and government planned for later this week has been moved exclusively online as much of the continent faces a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • EU nations urge solidarity over irregular migration flow EU nations urge solidarity over irregular migration flow

    Five southern European Union (EU) countries on the frontline of irregular migration flows in recent years urged their EU partners to show more solidarity in addressing the challenge.

  • EU regulator to unveil Astrazeneca vax assessment EU regulator to unveil Astrazeneca vax assessment

    The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is due to provide an assessment on Thursday of the safety of Astrazeneca's vaccine against Covid-19 after several countries temporarily suspended use of the jab...

  • EU takes legal action vs UK over Brexit deal delays EU takes legal action vs UK over Brexit deal delays

    The European Union said on Monday it is starting legal action against the United Kingdom, arguing it does not respect the conditions of the Brexit withdrawal agreement and is violating international...

  • Australia threatens action over EU carbon tariff Australia threatens action over EU carbon tariff

    Australian Trade Minister Dan Tehan on Friday said the country will fight an attempt by the European Union (EU) to introduce a carbon tariff on nations with weak emissions targets.

  • EU authorises Covid vax produced by Johnson and Johnson EU authorises Covid vax produced by Johnson and Johnson

    The European Union (EU) has authorised the use of a Covid-19 vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson, only hours after the European Medicines Agency (EMA) made a positive recommendation based on...