Merkel, von der Leyen urge EU deal on restoration fund

German Chancellor Angela Merkel together with the chief of the European Fee, Ursula von der Leyen, have pushed for an

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EU launches authorized motion in opposition to Greece, Italy for violating passenger rights

The European Fee on Thursday determined to take additional steps within the infringement process in opposition to Greece and Italy,

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Europe’s regulators again circumstances for Lufthansa’s recapitalisation

The European Fee on Thursday authorised Berlin’s plans plans to contribute €6 bn to the recapitalisation of Deutsche Lufthansa AG

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Visegrad group requires ‘honest’ distribution of EU funds

The Prime Ministers of the Visegrad 4 (V4) international locations have referred to as for a “honest” allocation of EU’s

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World donors pledge €7.4 billion in EU-led coronavirus vaccine fundraiser

World leaders, companies and international organisations have pledged €7.4 bn ($8.07 bn) for vaccine, diagnostics and treatment against Covid-19, during

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12 EU countries want airline vouchers to replace refunds

On Wednesday, 12 countries across Europe requested that the EU rules allow for airlines to provide passengers with vouchers instead

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More governments are allocating aid packages for gig workers

A growing number of governments are stepping up their assistance to self-employed workers by providing unemployment benefits to minimise the

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ECB to accept Greek bonds as collateral during Covid-19 pandemic

The European Central Bank (ECB) announced on Tuesday a package of temporary collateral easing measures, including a waiver to accept

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Europe’s masked corona ball

Ever heard of Janez Lenarcic before? Me neither. Until a few months ago, the ambitious 52-year-old was the head of

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The Chinese Flu II

Before the Chinese Flu pandemic, Western society – with a base reference to the European Union – was geometrically in

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