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Discussed with govt use of sedition & anti-terrorism laws, J-K situation: EU representative

April 30, 2022 11:06 am

EU special representative for human rights Eamon Gilmore said that in his meeting with members of the National Human Rights Commission, the panel's role in relation to FCRA, detentions, bail, sedition and anti-terrorism laws, UAPA, minorities and individual cases, was discussed.

EU approves controversial new DMA law putting clamps on big tech

March 25, 2022 9:41 am

The new Digital Markets Act, agreed to by negotiators in Brussels Thursday, targets so-called gatekeeper companies, platforms like Facebook and Google with the power to control distribution in their markets.

EU slams 'War crimes' in Ukraine, mulls fresh sanctions

March 22, 2022 10:14 am

Coveney expects that a new round of EU sanctions will be drawn up soon, possibly by the time U.S. President Joe Biden arrives in Brussels on Thursday for talks with European leaders at NATO and EU headquarters.

The significance of EU-India partnership in the Indo-Pacific

February 21, 2022 9:37 am

Emmanuel Lenain writes: A truly strategic relationship can reshape the post-pandemic world and promote a multipolar order.

Ukrainian rebel region residents can join Russian military

January 29, 2022 10:07 pm

Deputy chairman of parliament committee on relations with neighbors, Viktor Vodolatsky said the recruits would serve in Russia — but that leaves open the option that they could join any future invasion force.

German politicians urge help for Belarus border migrants

November 14, 2021 9:19 pm

Winter's arrival has sparked calls for urgent aid to the migrants stranded at the Belarus-Poland border. The EU is preparing fresh sanctions against Belarusian authorities.

EU postpones trade talks with Australia amid submarine deal fallout

October 01, 2021 10:47 am

The cancellation has angered France, which accused both Australia and the United States of stabbing it in the back. Paris recalled its ambassadors from both Canberra and Washington.

Russia was responsible for Litvinenko killing, European court rules

September 21, 2021 7:45 pm

Russia has always denied any involvement in the death of a former spy, but the European Court of Human Rights says it was "beyond doubt" that Moscow assassinated Alexander Litvinenko.

Europe just had its warmest summer on record, EU scientists say

September 07, 2021 10:07 pm

The 2021 summer temperature marks the latest milestone in a long-term global warming trend as emissions of greenhouse gases change the planet's climate.

Poland should not stay in EU at all costs, says minister

August 06, 2021 1:14 pm

Surveys show an overwhelming majority of Poles favour EU membership. Nevertheless, a recent poll carried out for Rzeczpospolita showed that 17% of Poles favoured leaving the bloc, an increase on previous surveys.