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Europe’s recession may be milder than feared, ECB’s Schnabel says

Some economic indicators suggest that Europe’s pandemic-induced recession may be milder than earlier feared, European Central Bank board member Isabel Schnabel told Dutch newspaper NRC…

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How COVID-19 is complicating Europe’s migrant problem

COVID-19 forced Europe to shut its borders but, since the start of the year, more than 13,000 migrants have attempted to cross the central Mediterranean,…

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56,000 persons surrendered on European arrest warrant since 2005

Since 2005, 185,575 European Arrest Warrants were issued and 56,298 executed, according to a report Thursday assessing the transposition of the European arrest warrant in…

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EU records first rise in asylum applications since height of 2015 migrant crisis: EASO

Applications for asylum in the European Union rose for the first time since 2015 and the trend is expected to continue despite the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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European project harnesses patient data from 11 countries to help beat COVID-19

Strengthening the epidemiological and virological surveillance of COVID-19 will be key to defeating the disease. In this episode, Smart Regions takes a look at one…

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WEEE cited as worst sector for export breaches

There were 2,586 European waste export violations from 2018 to March 2020, according to the latest figures from the European regulators organisation, IMPEL. The regulators…

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EU chemicals and waste laws must be harmonised, chemical recycling trade body says

European definitions for when recycled waste is considered a product again must be harmonised, because there is a “lack of alignment” between EU chemicals and…

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‘Records are falling like dominos’: Europe delivering record renewables generation

May acted as a record month for renewables across certain areas of Europe, with blustery and sunny conditions propelling levels of renewables supply to new…

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Electric cars gain market share in Europe despite Covid-19 crisis

Electric and hybrid cars gained traction among European buyers in April despite coronavirus lockdowns stalling the market, suggesting carmakers are likely to avoid potential fines…

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Is New Zealand’s government spending a window into Europe’s financial future?

New Zealand announced on Thursday that its public debt will more than double over the next three years as it unveiled a massive investment plan…

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