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At least 12 European Union states have now suspended use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine due to concerns of a possible link between the vaccine and blood clots.
The question of who owns data, who controls it, and who ought to pay tax relating to it is preoccupying the EU.
Tareq Alaows, a Syrian refugee, hopes to make history by becoming the first refugee elected into Germany's federal parliament in September.
While African and European states struggle to find common ground in response to COVID-19, the continents' cities are working together to build back better
Once restrictions lift, most Europeans say they plan to eat less meat and fly less frequently to combat climate change according to an EIB survey.
Fertility in the North of Europe, is much higher than in the South a trend that has been persistent for a number of decades and differing government policy could be why.
Germany, France, Switzerland and Austria bring back routes for night trains. Travelling by rail emits much less carbon per kilometre than going by air or road.
Only one in four 11-year-olds in the EU manage one hour of exercise a day, while 76% of US children are not getting enough physical activity. And that was before the pandemic...
Models by McKinsey have found that the EU could achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 at a net-zero cost. Technology and investment are vital.
The Mediterranean diet and well-funded healthcare systems appear to be the keys to a long and healthy life.
London has been rated the world’s most “magnetic” city for the ninth consecutive year, based on its ability to attract people, capital and global businesses.
9 December is International Anti-Corruption Day. During COVID-19, corruption has seen funds diverted away from those in need, says the United Nations Secretary-General.
In summer, more than half of adults in every EU member nation surveyed said their country had done a good job dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
If the Brexit talks fail, the job prospects of generation lockdown could be harmed even further. Here are three ways the EU and UK can mitigate the damage.
To meet the EU's 2050 net-zero goal, reducing emissions is not enough. CO2 must be removed from the air using carbon sinks – but what is the best approach?