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Zero-tobacco sticks under scrutiny by EU lawmakers

New zero-tobacco heat sticks are coming under increased scrutiny in several European countries, while the European Union may evaluate updating tobacco regulations on the...

EU criticises Slovakia after dismantling graft unit

The European Union expressed its concerns after Slovakia decided to dismantle its state graft prosecution unit USP, as part of Prime Minister Robert Fico’s...

Initiatives to strengthen health systems and social protection in Africa

On February 20, during a high-level event on the European Union (EU) – African Union (AU) partnership on Global Health for equitable access, three...

European defence industry: Time for a leap forward

By Josep Borrell Fontelles, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission and Thierry Breton,...

Parliament and the Council agree to fight civilian firearms efficiently

On Thursday, March 14, the Parliament and Council agreed to update the EU regulation on importing, exporting, and transiting firearms for civilian use. The...

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The Parliament debates Fico’s attempts to dismantle the rule of law in Slovakia

On April 11th, the European Parliament held a Mini-Plenary...

Chinese irritation grows as EU launches new competition probe

China snapped back at the European Union over new...

Spain at work on bill to regulate illegal migrants

The lower house of Spain’s Parliament approved a proposal...

Parliament debates Chinese police activity in Europe: Hungary’s case

A summit on law enforcement between China and Hungary...

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