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Big Tobacco fumes over new UN treaty

The United Nation’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) concluded last week with several anti-industry rulings, including increased efforts to curb industry influence and...

Measles infections on the rise in Europe

Europe is facing a “dramatic increase” in measles infections, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned. Countries are urged to boost immunisation. The health agency...

Russia’s pension reform bill risky for ruling party

Russians are up in arms over the government’s proposal to raise retirement age from 60 to 65 and from 55 to 63 for women....

EESC calls for no further privatisation of water

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has called for measures to discourage disproportionate water use. Specifically, the committee called for a stop to...

Brussels calls for stronger EU cooperation against preventable diseases

In the fight against diseases that can be prevented by vaccines, the European Commission on April 26 issued a set of recommendations about how...

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MEPs want stricter rules to reduce plastic pellet losses

The Parliament has recently adopted a proposal to urgently...

Parliament approves more transparent, investment-friendly and flexible EU fiscal rules

The European Parliament has approved a significant overhaul of...

New regulation bans products made with forced labour from EU Single Market

Parliament has approved a new regulation allowing the EU...

President Duda wants Poland to join the Nuclear Sharing programme

Alexander Lukashenko announced on December 2023 that Russia has recently...

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