Category : Living

by stanislav - 5 days ago

European regional leaders attempt Sputnik V purchases

The top of the Spanish region of Madrid tried to acquire doses of the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine earlier this yr in an extra sign of the willingness of regional leaders throughout Europe to break away from the strategies set out by their nationa...

by stanislav - 5 days ago

First doses of Moderna vaccine arrive in UK

The primary doses of the Moderna vaccine arrived in Scotland yesterday, the nation’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stated Tuesday. The jabs, which type a part of 17 million ordered by the U.Okay., have been approved for short-term use by the U.O...

by stanislav - 5 days ago

IMF boosts eurozone’s growth forecast

The International Financial Fund on Tuesday revised this yr’s progress forecast for the eurozone as much as 4.4 % of financial output. The upward revision of 0.2 proportion points comes on the again of robust public initiatives to protect staff a...

by stanislav - 5 days ago

Europe’s vaccination program is a success story

Joshua Livestro is an unbiased communications adviser and a member of the Committee on European Integration of the Advisory Council on Worldwide Affairs of the Dutch Overseas Ministry. AMSTERDAM — For months now, European Union citizens have been...

by stanislav - 6 days ago

Paris probes luxury dinner party claims amid COVID curbs

French prosecutors launched an investigation into claims that luxury eating clubs are flouting COVID-19 restrictions. It follows the airing Friday evening of an undercover report by network M6, which confirmed unmasked friends enjoying champagn...

by TKauer - 2 weeks ago

US, European defense chiefs condemn violence in Myanmar

The protection chiefs of a dozen nations, together with the USA, the United Kingdom and Germany, issued a joint assertion Saturday calling for an end to violence by the army towards unarmed civilians in Myanmar. The statement, which follows wh...

by TKauer - 2 weeks ago

France ‘blind’ to Rwandan genocide, says report

PARIS — France bears “critical and overwhelming” duty in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, in response to a report commissioned by President Emmanuel Macron. Nevertheless, the report cleared France of complicity in the genocide that led to th...