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The EU’s budget fight — by the numbers

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After months of wrangling, EU leaders know they are under growing pressure to reach a deal.

Timeline: How Europe embraced the coronavirus face mask

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In just a few months, masks have gone from an oddity to a legal responsibility in many parts of Europe.

MEPs urge EU to push Poland closer to sanctions over rule of law

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Situation has ‘seriously deteriorated,’ according to report.

EU Confidential #161: Summit state of play — Polish election aftermath — ‘Tribalization’ of Europe

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POLITICO’s EU Confidential · Ep 161: Summit state of play — Polish election aftermath — ‘Tribalization’ of Europe Listen to the podcast on Spotify | Apple | Google | Soundcloud | Stitcher The EU’s budget and recovery plan, the Polish election outcome and the “tribalization” of Europe are all up for debate in this week’s episode. POLITICO’s Lili Bayer has the latest take […]

Top Belgian virologist under police protection over far-right threats

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Marc Van Ranst says his ‘faith in mankind is stronger than ever’ since the pandemic struck.

Dominic Raab: Russians tried to interfere in UK general election

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An ongoing criminal investigation is looking into how the documents were stolen.

UK: Russian hackers attempted to steal coronavirus vaccine research

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Attacks ‘against scientists and others doing vital work to combat coronavirus are despicable,’ says Boris Johnson’s spokesperson.

London-born woman who joined ISIS can contest UK citizenship removal

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Sajid Javid, then UK home secretary, deprived Shamima Begum of her citizenship in 2019.

EU court ruling strikes hammer blow to transatlantic data flows

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The annulment of Privacy Shield is a major indictment of US surveillance powers that throws billions of euros in digital trade into question.

Spain commemorates COVID-19 victims

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Three EU presidents attend national memorial service in Madrid ahead of major budget-and-recovery summit.

UK intelligence committee to publish delayed Russia report

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The report was completed in March 2019 and the results were later passed to Boris Johnson but were never published.

EU court strikes down Privacy Shield

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The case stems back to a complaint by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems filed in 2013 against Facebook.

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