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Coffee, croissant, worms? EU agency says worms are safe to eat

The much-vaunted Mediterranean diet and French gastronomy are getting some competition – the European Union’s food safety agency says worms are safe to eat. The...

UK – EU Trade deal agreed for Brexit

It has been a long journey, but we have finally arrived at a Brexit deal. For months the public were under the impression the...

New coronavirus strain reported in three European countries, says EU agency

Cases of Covid-19 involving the new coronavirus variant observed in Britain have been reported in at least three other countries in Europe, the European...

EU regulator meets to discuss approval of Covid-19 vaccine

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is meeting to consider approving a coronavirus vaccine developed by BioNTech and Pfizer that would be the first to...

EU clears Google’s purchase of Fitbit, with conditions over data

EU regulators have cleared Google’s plan to buy fitness tracking device maker Fitbit after the company promised to silo off user data and not...

French President Macron tests positive for Covid-19

French President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, the presidential Elysee Palace announced. It said the president took a test “as soon as the...

Turkey’s Erdogan brushes off EU sanctions threat

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has brushed off possible European Union sanctions against Turkey, saying they would not affect his country. Speaking to reporters before...

Court orders 33 European nations to respond to climate change complaint

The European Court of Human Rights is requiring a prompt response from 33 countries, including the UK, to an ambitious climate change case brought...

Expert warns too early to relax restrictions despite flatter virus curve in EU

The European Union’s latest surge of coronavirus infections is flattening or going down in some but not all countries across the continent, an expert...

Expert warns too early to relax restrictions despite flatter virus curve in EU

The European Union’s latest surge of coronavirus infections is flattening or going down in some but not all countries across the continent, an expert...

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