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EU countries can ban ritual slaughter to promote animal welfare: Court rules

EU countries can ban ritual slaughter to promote animal welfare: Court rules

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Japan Posts Record Run Of Export Declines On Soft US, China Demand

Imports shed 11.1% in November compared with the same month a year earlier, versus the median estimate for a 10.5% decrease, bringing a trade surplus of 366.8 billion yen ($3.54 billion), versus the median estimate for a 529.8 billion yen surplus.

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EU targets spread of terrorist content online

EU targets spread of terrorist content online

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90-Year-Old Margaret Keenan From UK Becomes 1st-Person To Receive Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine

Huge Step forward against Covid-19 as the UK became the first country to get the vaccine before the United States or the European Union.

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UK, EU trade talks put on hold due to 'significant divergences'

UK, EU trade talks put on hold due to 'significant divergences'

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Turkey opens criminal case over ship's inspection in Mediterranean by EU force

Turkey opens criminal case over ship's inspection in Mediterranean by EU force

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Brazil Ends Boeing 737 MAX Ban, Planes Could Fly By Year-End

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) set out conditions for putting the grounded jets back into service, including new training and updating MCAS software implicated in the crashes.

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First EU citizens may be vaccinated against COVID-19 by December end

First EU citizens may be vaccinated against COVID-19 by December end

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India, EU holds 6th round of consultations on disarmament, non-proliferation matters

India, EU holds 6th round of consultations on disarmament, non-proliferation matters

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EU Says Brexit Trade Deal Still Snagged On Three Issues - Diplomats

An EU diplomat confirmed that Britain had made a proposal but said it fell short of the bloc's demand for a body independent from the government and with a clear mandate.

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EU Could Pay Over $10 Billion For Pfizer And Curevac Vaccines

The EU has separately agreed to pay 10 euros ($11.84) per dose for an initial supply of 225 million doses of the vaccine candidate from CureVac, a discount from the 12 euros the company set as the price for the shot, the official said.

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UK Economy To Double-Dip After Lockdown 2 Impact

Amid fears Brexit negotiations are dragging, Europe's leaders are set to demand the European Commission publish no-deal plans and diplomats have warned Britain time was fast running out for a deal.

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Thousands of EU staff reject Chinese giant Hikvision's surveillance equipment over Uyghur repression

Thousands of EU staff reject Chinese giant Hikvision's surveillance equipment over Uyghur repression

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World's Top Intensive Care Body Advises Against Remdesivir For Sickest COVID Patients

The European Union signed a 1-billion-euro ($1.2 billion)deal with Gilead for 500,000 courses of remdesivir at 2,070 euros each, days before the Solidarity results.

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Austria to create criminal offense called 'political Islam' to tackle radicalism: Chancellor Sebastian Kurz

Austria to create criminal offense called 'political Islam' to tackle radicalism: Chancellor Sebastian Kurz

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