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World - International
4/11/2021 10:07:53 PM
AstraZeneca had a positive meeting with the European Commission last week, after an Italian newspaper said the group had not replied to an EU letter of complaint over COVID-19 vaccines within a 20-day deadline
Life & Style - Health
4/9/2021 8:04:54 PM
Johnson & Johnson said it was aware of the rare reports of blood clots in individuals given its COVID-19 vaccine, and was working with regulators to assess the data and provide relevant information
Sports - World
4/9/2021 10:52:26 AM
Some say the Clasico has lost its lustre, but suddenly Spain's two giants meet for the chance to go top of La Liga, at least for 24 hours
World - Region
4/8/2021 10:45:07 PM
The Turkish leader came under a torrent of criticism after images went viral of von der Leyen being left without a seat during their meeting in Ankara, which also included European Council President Charles Michel
Opinion -
4/8/2021 9:16:00 PM
The European report to the UN Human Rights Council on the human-rights situation in Egypt is full of inaccuracies and ignores the real situation in the country, writes Leila Takla in an open letter to Europe
World - International
4/8/2021 4:03:27 PM
Health Secretary Matt Hancock told Sky News that the public should reassured by the abundance of caution demonstrated by authorities to make sure the vaccine rollout is as safe as possible
World - International
4/7/2021 7:36:16 PM
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) said Wednesday that blood clots should be listed as a 'very rare' side effect, encouraging countries to continue its use
Sports - World
4/7/2021 7:35:50 PM
The Irish capital was one of 12 cities that had until Wednesday to submit their plans to admit fans to European football's governing body for the delayed tournament, which runs from June 11 to July 11.
World - International
4/7/2021 12:30:03 PM
She also said that the government was looking at whether nationwide, rather than regional, measures were needed
World - International
4/7/2021 10:40:04 AM
Germany is struggling to control a third wave of the pandemic and is set to keep many businesses, like bars and cinemas, closed until at least later this month
Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
4/6/2021 8:22:43 PM
Soha Hesham reviews some of the Panorama of European Film’s highlights in its unusual 13th round
World - International
4/6/2021 7:31:00 PM
A senior official at Europe's medicines regulator has said there is a clear "association" between AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine and very rare blood clots in the brain, though the direct cause of the clots is still unknown
World - Region
4/6/2021 4:49:33 PM
Some European leaders also recently slammed Turkey's backsliding on human rights
World - Region
4/6/2021 2:49:33 PM
Libya's interim government, which took power last month, is meant to bring together a country that has bee torn apart by civil war for nearly a decade
World - Region
4/6/2021 9:16:18 AM
Senior foreign ministry officials from the countries still in the accord, the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, are holding a European Union-chaired meeting Tuesday in Vienna
Sports - Talents Abroad
4/5/2021 5:33:15 PM
World - Region
4/5/2021 3:17:20 PM
He is being held on terrorism-related charges that he denies. The European Court of Human Rights has said his imprisonment is cover for limiting pluralism and debate, but Turkey has ignored its calls for his immediate release
World - Region
4/4/2021 9:23:06 PM
The European Union called for the departure of all foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya, describing it as a 'precondition' for a return to stability in the war-torn country
World - International
4/4/2021 3:25:00 PM
Some French cities pushed back against President Emmanuel Macron's insistence that 'there are no weekends or days off during vaccination.'
World - International
4/3/2021 1:08:01 PM
By one estimate, the failure to give shots to the over-80s and those in fragile health has cost thousands of lives in a country with Europe's oldest population and its second-highest loss of life in the pandemic
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