The first European country to lift domestic restrictions to slow down the spread of the coronavirus, Iceland, announced on Friday that it would reimpose them ...
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First European country to lift restrictions now rushes to re-impose them as cases spike
The first European country to lift domestic restrictions to slow down the spread of the coronavirus, Iceland, announced on Friday that it ...
Sunday, 25, July 2021
EU auditors: How did they react to COVID-19?
The supreme audit institutions in the EU member states reacted swiftly to the coronavirus crisis and allocated substantial resources to ...
Sunday, 25, July 2021
Economy: ECB President concerned about rising covid infections
The Euro dipped slightly vis-à-vis the dollar following the announcement by European Central Bank President (ECB), Christine Lagarde, that ...
Friday, 23, July 2021
‘Highly variable’ vaccination coverage across EU raises concerns
While almost 55% of adults in the EU have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the coverage remains 'highly variable' from one country ...
Thursday, 22, July 2021
European Parliament calls on the Commission to apply the rule of law conditionality on funding to Hungary
A recent legal report calls on the European Commission to trigger the Rule of Law Conditionality mechanism with respect to Hungary before ...
Thursday, 22, July 2021
Second report on the rule of law in the EU continues to show mixed picture
The European Commission published today the second EU-wide Report on the Rule of Law showing positive developments in some member states ...
Tuesday, 20, July 2021
New daily record for migrant crossings of the English Channel
At least 430 migrants crossed the English Channel to the UK on Monday, according to the UK Home Office, a new single-day record that comes ...
Tuesday, 20, July 2021