The current proposal for a Waste Shipment Regulation lacks effective measures to address the environmental challenges of waste exports and to build EU resilience on valuable secondary raw materials, risking undermining EU waste targets. circular economy and green pact, warns the European Steel Association (EUROFER) on the occasion of theRead More →

On Wednesday, Europe’s aviation regulator and disease control agency moved to relax bloc-wide face mask rules by lifting a mask mandate recommendation for air travel. The change will come into effect from Monday May 16, although not all EU member states comply with the recommendation. Instead, individual countries will stillRead More →

Building on the successful and “highly publicized” launch of the KFC Vegan Burger in the UK, KFC now plans to bring a meatless proposition to other European consumers, starting in Germany. “Our culinary team worked closely with KFC to co-create these products,”Peter Harrison, chief commercial officer of Quorn, told FoodNavigator.Read More →

Europe is the second smallest continent, dominated by the most dynamic countries. European countries are well known for their culture, nightlife, architecture, lifestyle, museums and restaurants, which makes them a favorite tourist attraction. In addition to being a tourist destination, European citizenship policies are in the first place to attractRead More →

Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Photo: Times Now New Delhi: In the midst of a heated debate over the World Health Organization‘s (WHO) report on ‘excess’ COVID-19 deaths in India and globally, Bill GatesFounder of Microsoft and Co-Chairman of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundationsaid on Friday thatRead More →

HOUSTON/LONDON, April 26 (Reuters) – Russian energy giant Gazprom told Poland and Bulgaria it would cut gas supplies from Wednesday, deepening Moscow’s feud with Western nations who oppose his invasion of Ukraine. In March, Russian President Vladimir Putin said the world’s largest natural gas producer would require “unfriendly” countries toRead More →

Poland has called on other EU countries to replicate new Polish legislation on sanctions against entities that financially support Russia, a government spokesperson said. Piotr Mueller said during a visit to Berlin on Tuesday: “We have introduced new national legislation regarding the possibility of imposing sanctions. “Today the first 50Read More →

Hundreds of Russian diplomatic staff have been expelled by European countries since March. Russia’s attack on Ukraine prompted the deportations, but many of those deported are suspected of espionage. European countries have fought an increasingly intense battle against Russian espionage in recent years. Loading Something is loading. In the midstRead More →

India is set to chair the G-20 countries, a powerful intergovernmental forum made up of 19 countries and the European Union (EU) IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva – Twitter/ @KGeorgieva Washington: As chair of the powerful grouping of G-20 countries next year, India has a unique role to play inRead More →

The global eye tracker market is expected to witness a stable CAGR during the forecast period 2022-2029. The report contains data from the base year 2021 and the historical year. This report also studies the global situation eye tracking market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, marketRead More →

G7 countries and EU warn Russia against any threat or use of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, which would have serious consequences, G7 foreign ministers and EU high representative say . “We warn against any threat or use of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons. We recall Russia’s obligations under internationalRead More →

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Sreevas Sahasranamam, Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Strathclyde, Aileen Ionescu-Somers, Executive Director and GEM 2021/2022 Global Report Author, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Stephen Hill, Emeritus Professor andRead More →

ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION Description of the emergency 3.6M+ people fled Ukraine 6.4M+ Estimated IDPs – half are children 2,500+ civilian casualties 60+ attacks on health care verified 450+ schools damaged or destroyed Hundreds of thousands are trapped in cities due to ongoing hostilities, many lack water and electricity ResponseRead More →

March 29, 2022 Earlier this month, President Biden U.S. imports banned crude oil, refined petroleum products, natural gas, coal and coal products originating in Russia. The executive order, however, does not restrict U.S. energy imports from other countries that transit through Russia or depart from Russian ports. Crude oil exportedRead More →

(precision vaccinations) The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a travel advisory for Asia and Eastern Europe regarding polio outbreaks. On March 16, 2022, the CDC Level 2Practice Enhanced Precautions, Alert said: “The following destinations are currently considered at high risk for polio outbreaks: Afghanistan,Read More →

A Ukrainian soldier patrols the front line, not far from the pro-Russian controlled city of Donetsk, on February 2, 2022. Photo: EPA-EFE/STANISLAV KOZLIUK Governments across southeastern Europe have urged their citizens to leave Ukraine, fearing the Russian-Ukrainian conflict could escalate. Most of these warnings came over the weekend. Serbia TheRead More →

The global pandemic has affected every corner of the globe, with the lives of millions of people affected. According to the World Health Organization, there have been 259,308,980 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 5,187,764 confirmed deaths. But there are some regions that have been more impacted than others, we takeRead More →