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Berlin to rename metro station after racism row

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Decision comes after years of debate over the name of the station.

UK to allow quarantine-free travel with nearly 60 countries

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

U.S., China, Portugal and Sweden not on the list.

European Parliament e-voting app ‘not a solution,’ vice president says

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

New ‘iVote’ app requires MEPs to create Apple account and share data in order to cast ballots.

5 things to know about France’s new PM Jean Castex

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Conservative mayor replaces Edouard Philippe in Matignon.

UK looks to the White House with plan to televise press briefings

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Plan is part of a wider shake-up to reduce the number of comms staff in the British civil service.

Macron appoints Jean Castex as French prime minister

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Low-profile conservative politician to replace Edouard Philippe.

What Sweden can teach us about coronavirus

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Swedish approach is rooted in history of collective action, in which everyone has a role to play in keeping the country safe.

MEPs reject European Banking Authority nominee over gender balance concerns

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Parliament committee votes down EBA’s second male candidate in a push for women in financial posts.

Boris Johnson: UK not being ‘disrespectful’ toward EU in Brexit talks

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

British PM ‘optimistic’ about reaching a future relationship deal with Brussels.

French prime minister, government resign

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Move comes in the wake of disappointing results for Emmanuel Macron’s La République En Marche party in local elections.

Of race and royalty: How the king surprised Belgium

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

After breaking silence on colonial past, King Philippe grapples with his own country’s future.

Charles Michel readies spoonfuls of sugar to get budget deal done

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Council president has goodies aplenty to make sure national leaders agree on a budget and recovery fund.

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