In a move suggesting President Biden is happier about closer military co-operation with the EU, the US will join a European Union military project.
Gay rights activists in Croatia have the decision as a "historic" ruling.
Valdis Dombrovskis, the EU's trade chief, told Euronews that other measures, besides patent waivers, need to be considered to ramp up global production of COVID-19 vaccines.
By visiting so early in his tenure, before any trip to Russia, Antony Blinken is signaling that Ukraine is a high foreign-policy priority for President Joe Biden's administration.
Barnier appears to be considering joining the race to succeed Emmanuel Macron.
The prince had been granted a derogation to kill a female bear that had caused damages to local farms. Instead, the country's largest male bear, 17-year-old Arthur, was killed.
Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic said the government initiative was the first of its kind in the world to promote vaccinations.
The European Commission has identified 137 products in strategic sectors, like healthcare and high tech, where the EU is highly dependent on imports.
The German judiciary applies the principle of "universal jurisdiction" which allows any person to be tried in Germany for the most serious offences committed anywhere in the world.
The UK is sending two Royal Navy patrol vessels to monitor a potential blockade of Jersey's main port after France threatened to cut off power to the Channel Island over post-Brexit fishing conditions.
The highest proportion of dissatisfaction was found in Greece, Luxembourg and Belgium, the survey found.
Last month's elections had resulted in a political deadlock after three parties failed to form a new government.
The European Commission has proposed a new law to investigate the activity of companies that receive subsides from non-EU governments.
Finnegan Lee Elder, 21, and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, 20, are accused of homicide after a scuffle in which an Italian police officer was stabbed to death near their hotel in Rome in summer 2019.
Belnet said 200 of their customers were affected, including universities, public administrations, and research institutes.
Prosecutors say the group had held "various illegal races" and reached speeds of up to 200 km/h near built-up areas.
More than 800 police and tax officers were involved in the fresh raids in Italy and Germany, which saw millions of euros' worth of assets seized and 31 people arrested in connection with 'ndrangheta drug operations.
Police searched 10 offices of Islamist aid group Ansaar International on Wednesday as the group was banned by the German Interior Ministry for allegedly funding terror overseas
France's finest were no match for England's champions in waiting as tempers fray in Manchester.
The right-wing Popular Party won a clear victory in Madrid's regional elections, increasing their seats in the regional assembly.