Western powers on Tuesday (5 July) called for international sport federations to remove state-affiliated Russians and Belarusians over the Ukraine invasion, after leading events already banned their athletes.
Every week seems to bring new turmoil for the ever-beleaguered Boris Johnson. This time, the turmoil will probably be terminal. On Tuesday evening (5 July), he faced the biggest and possibly decisive challenge to his premiership when Chancellor Rishi Sunak...
There’s always electricity in the air when a new government is announced in France. Analysts try to bring to light the symbolism of each nomination and search for political wizardry in every decision. Journalists refresh their address books.
US tech giants are not letting France's revisited "trusted cloud" label - awarded to companies granting greater protection to users, including the guarantee that US law will not apply abroad - get in the way of their aspirations.
When I found myself seating at the same table with Mr Vitali Klitschko in a rooftop restaurant in Kyiv last June, I was able to measure both the charisma and authenticity of the multiple world boxing champion and current Mayor of Kyiv.
Industries involved in forestry, pulp, paper, board and carton production have touted their green credentials, saying they are the only ones to propose packaging which is truly renewable as well as recyclable.
Makers of cartonboard, corrugated board, and other wood fibre-based packaging are campaigning to get the renewability and recyclability of their product recognised under EU law. They also warn against EU plans to introduce mandatory recycled content targets for new products, saying this could "disrupt a system that is already working very effectively".
Network operators have called for investments in liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure in order to prevent supply shortages as gas flows from Russia hit record lows ahead of a scheduled ten-day maintenance of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline.
The man accused of detonating a car bomb that killed a prominent Maltese journalist has confessed to the crime in an interview with a Reuters reporter and says he will soon implicate others in plotting to assassinate her.
The EU Parliament adopted voted to adopt the DMA and DSA with a broad majority on Tuesday (5 July). On the same day, Commissioner Thierry Breton provided a ‘sneak peek’ into how the new rules will be enforced.
The Ukrainian energy ministry has weighed into the debate over the EU’s sustainable finance taxonomy by calling on the European Parliament to support plans to label nuclear and gas as green energy sources.
Russian forces set their sights on their next objectives in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk province on Tuesday (5 July) after President Vladimir Putin claimed victory in neighbouring Luhansk province and the five-month long war entered a new phase.
The debate on climate change’s impact on health should be broadened, according to socialist MEP Sara Cerdas, as health costs for society if we do not act will be unimaginable. Sara Cerdas is a socialist MEP member of the European...
Gaps in monitoring mean the EU’s farming subsidies remain vulnerable to fraudulent practices such as illegal land grabbing, according to a report from the EU auditors, who call on the Commission to invest in digital tools to prevent, detect fraud.
A gunman perched on a rooftop opened fire on families waving flags and children riding bikes at a Fourth of July parade on Monday, killing six and wounding more than 36 in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park.