Floods in Europe

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At least 120 people have died and hundreds more in Western Europe are unaccounted for after some of the worst flooding in...

Spain’s overcoming the Ceuta Crisis?

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Spain and Morocco have been on strained terms after the Spanish government decided to give entry to Brahim Ghali, the man leading...

UK-Australia Trade Deal Overcoming Hiccups

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Britain and Australia have been in talks about a tariff free trade deal. The prospects looked optimistic initially but the British farmers...

EU Ambassadors Agree to Reopen Borders to Fully Vaccinated Travellers

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The European Union (EU) ambassadors on May 19 agreed to reopen its borders to the fully vaccinated international travellers. The recommendations proposed...

EU-India Announce Resuming Trade Talks after a Long Hiatus

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After a lot of anticipation in the media, the European Union and India announced the re-launching of trade talks which were stalled...

EU and the US Come Together for Military Mobility Project

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On 7th May, the United States (US) became the first foreign country to join the EU military mobility project in the much...

Russia to Launch Its Own Space Station, to Quit ISS in 2025

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Russia plans to launch its own space station and intends to withdraw its cosmonauts from the International Space Station (ISS) in 2025,...

Greece and Libya – Burying the Hatchet?

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Greece and Libya have a history of ups and downs in their bilateral relationships. The cordial relationship hit a rough patch when...

Russian President Signs Law Allowing Him to Remain in Power for Two More Terms...

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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin signed a new law which allows him to remain in power till 2036. In 2020, Russians overwhelmingly voted...

COVID Vaccine Export – Von Der Leyen Claims Unfair Treatment

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COVID 19 posed different challenges for countries of the world. On one hand, it forced physical containment. On the other, it emphasised...

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