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EU strategy to make Internet safer for children 12 May 2022, 22:47 CET
The EU adopted Wednesday a new European strategy for 'a Better Internet for Kids', aiming to improve age-appropriate digital services and ensure every child is protected, empowered and respected online.

EU to bolster financial sector's defence against cyber-attacks 12 May 2022, 22:48 CET
EU Parliament and Council provisionally agreed Tuesday to strengthen the IT security of Europe's financial sector, to ensure it can maintain resilient operations in any severe operational disruption.

Europe's efforts on battery production under EU scrutiny 11 May 2022, 23:33 CET
The EU's auditors launched an audit Tuesday to look into the effectiveness of Commission efforts to develop a globally competitive and sustainable value chain for batteries in the European Union.

EU consults on Payments Services Directive review 10 May 2022, 23:23 CET
The European Commission launched a public consultation Tuesday to gather evidence for the revised Payment Services Directive review and to inform its work on open finance.

Boost for EU research in green and health innovation 10 May 2022, 23:14 CET
An amendment to the Horizon Europe Programme, adopted Tuesday by the EU Commission, increases its budget by nearly EUR 562m to support innovative solutions to green, health and digital challenges.

EU vows to deliver on Future of Europe conclusions 09 May 2022, 23:04 CET
Climate change, the economy, health and social justice were at the heart of a set of 49 proposals to reform the EU, presented on Europe Day Monday in the final report of the Future of Europe conference.

EU strengthens Eurojust role on war crimes 09 May 2022, 23:04 CET
EU states adopted a mandate Friday on new rules which will allow the judicial cooperation agency Eurojust to preserve, analyse and store evidence relating to core international crimes, such as war crimes.

EU moves to regulate 'distortive' foreign subsidies 09 May 2022, 23:06 CET
EU institutions adopted their position Thursday on a regulation on foreign subsidies distorting the internal market, aiming to ensure a level playing field for all companies operating in the market.

EU stands ready to help rebuild Ukraine and its economy 05 May 2022, 23:07 CET
The EU stands ready to help rebuild Ukraine after the war, Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said at a donor's conference Thursday, proposing the EU start working on an ambitious recovery package.

Apple 'restricted access to key payments technology' 05 May 2022, 23:22 CET
The EU Commission informed Apple Tuesday of its preliminary view that it abused its dominant position in markets for mobile wallets on iOS devices by limiting access to contactless payments technology.

EU joins international declaration in defence of global open Internet 28 April 2022, 23:23 CET
The European Union, United States, and 60 international partners proposed Thursday a Declaration for the Future of the Internet, setting out the vision and principles of a trusted Internet.

EU prepares for next pandemic phase 03 May 2022, 23:37 CET
Action must be taken by autumn to ensure vigilance and coordination of health preparedness, the Commission said Thursday as it set out proposals to manage the current COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for the next one.

EU moves to suspend import duties for Ukraine exports 03 May 2022, 23:38 CET
The Commission proposed Wednesday a one-year suspension of import duties on all Ukrainian exports to the EU, as well as anti-dumping and safeguard measures in place on Ukrainian steel exports.

EU's Schengen visa process set to go digital 27 April 2022, 23:27 CET
The Schengen visa process is set to be replaced by a visa sticker, following an EU proposal Wednesday which introduces the possibility to submit visa applications online through the European online visa platform.

EU looks to legal migration to help meet skills needs 27 April 2022, 22:52 CET
The EU Commission proposed Wednesday a set of legal, operational and policy initiatives to improve migration management to the benefit of the EU economy and strengthen cooperation with non-EU countries.

European researchers awarded EUR 624m grants 26 April 2022, 22:59 CET
The European Research Council announced Tuesday the winners of its latest Advanced Grants competition, with funding worth EUR 624 million going to 253 leading researchers across Europe.

EU's IP protection 'not as effective as it could be' 27 April 2022, 23:04 CET
The EU’s legal framework for protecting intellectual property, in particular in the EU Designs Directive and fees mechanism, is not as effective as it could be, the EU's auditors warned in a report Tuesday.

Motor vehicles, toys most notified unsafe products in EU: report 25 April 2022, 18:08 CET
Cars are at the top of the list of notified unsafe products, followed by toys, the European Commission said in its annual 'Safety Gate' report on dangerous non-food products, published Monday.

Digital Services Act to make online environment safer 25 April 2022, 17:49 CET
EU negotiators agreed Friday on landmark rules to make social media platforms take measures to protect their users from illegal content, goods and services and protect their fundamental rights in the digital sphere.

EU, India to launch EU-India trade council 25 April 2022, 17:35 CET
The European Union and India agreed Monday to launch the EU-India Trade and Technology Council, as a concrete effort to strengthen the decades-long EU-India partnership.

Brussels proposes new measures to support fisheries sector 14 April 2022, 23:52 CET
The European Commission proposed Thursday a package of additional crisis measures to support the EU fishery and aquaculture sectors in the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

EU announces EUR 1 billion commitments to protect the ocean 14 April 2022, 23:47 CET
The EU at a conference renewed its pledges towards international ocean governance, presenting a list of 44 commitments for the 2020-2022 period for an amount of almost EUR 1 billion.

EU increases supplies of military equipment to Ukraine 14 April 2022, 23:40 CET
The European Union added EUR 500 million to resources under its 'European Peace Facility' to supply military equipment to the Ukrainian Armed Forces, thereby tripling the initial budget to EUR 1.5 billion.

EUR 3.5 bn additional pre-financing for EU states hosting refugees 13 April 2022, 00:20 CET
In order to facilitate the hosting of refugees fleeing Russian aggression in Ukraine, the EU made available Tuesday a further EUR 3.5 bn for EU Member States based on the numbers of refugees arriving from Ukraine.

EU ensures continued supply of medicines to Northern Ireland 12 April 2022, 23:55 CET
The EU Council adopted legislation Tuesday to ensure continued long-term supply of medicines from the UK to Northern Ireland and to address outstanding supply concerns in Cyprus, Ireland and Malta.