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Egypt, Hungary seek to expand cooperation, combat terror2021-02-24
The foreign ministers of Egypt, Hungary on Tuesday discussed in Cairo means of promoting the bilateral ties and cooperation, as well as facing the common challenges of terrorism and illegal immigration.
EU, Italian flags at half-mast as tribute to ambassador killed in attack2021-02-24
The European Union (EU) and Italian flags in Brussels flew at half-mast on Tuesday as a tribute to Luca Attanasio, the Italian ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo), who was killed in an attack in the African country.
Britain gives EU more time to ratify post-Brexit trade deal2021-02-24
Britain has accepted a request by the European Union (EU) for extra time to ratify the post-Brexit trade agreement, European Commissioner for Interinstitutional Relations and Foresight Maros Sefcovic said on Tuesday.
All UK adults to be offered coronavirus vaccine by July 31: PM2021-02-22
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged that every adult in Britain will be given a jab of the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of July, local media reported Sunday.
Italy's new prime minister, his cabinet sworn in2021-02-14
The Italian government formed by newly-appointed Prime Minister Mario Draghi, who was also the former chief of the European Central Bank (ECB), was officially sworn in on Saturday.
Spain's coronavirus cases top 3 mln2021-02-10
Spain reported 16,402 new cases of the novel coronavirus in a 24-hour period, bringing the country's tally since the start of the pandemic to 3,005,487, the Health Ministry said Tuesday.
139726323_16126122204051n.jpg Looming supply gap threatens EU, U.S. vaccination plans, yet wrestling not way out2021-02-07
Looming supply gap threatens EU, U.S. vaccination plans, yet wrestling not way out
Britain to impose mandatory hotel quarantine, starting Feb. 152021-02-05
Travelers returning to Britain from more than 30 "red list" countries will have to quarantine for 10 days in government-approved accommodation like hotels, starting Feb. 15, the British government announced on Thursday.
Italy's outgoing PM Conte signals support for PM-designate Draghi2021-02-05
Outgoing Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Thursday signaled his support for a government led by the prime minister-designate Mario Draghi.
EU open to use of approved COVID-19 vaccines2021-02-04
European leaders have shown an openness to the use of COVID-19 vaccines developed by any supplier once they pass the European Union's (EU) tests.
Former ECB chief Draghi appointed to form Italy's new gov't2021-02-04
Former chief of European Central Bank (ECB) Mario Draghi was appointed to form Italy's new government, the office of President Sergio Mattarella said on Wednesday.
Russian opposition leader Navalny gets 3.5 years in prison2021-02-03
A Moscow court on Tuesday sentenced Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny to 3.5 years in real jail time in defiance of pressure from domestic protesters and Western countries.
UK pandemic fundraising hero Tom Moore dies with coronavirus2021-02-03
The 100-year-old British army veteran, who raised millions of pounds to help Britain's health service in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic last year, on Tuesday passed away with coronavirus in hospital.
France imposes stricter restrictions to avoid new lockdown2021-01-30
"We will do everything we can to avoid a new lockdown," said French Prime Minister Jean Castex on Friday when announcing a new raft of tighter restrictions including border control to contain COVID-19.
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