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  • Europe's economy shrinks in Q1 as US rolls ahead Apr 30, 2021 03:37 PM IST

    Europe's economy shrinks in Q1 as US rolls ahead

    The fall in output was smaller than the 1 per cent contraction expected by economists but still far short of the rebound underway in the United States and China, two other pillars of the global economy.

  • Steel Strips Wheels bags orders worth Rs 25 crore from US, Europe Apr 29, 2021 01:35 PM IST

    Steel Strips Wheels bags orders worth Rs 25 crore from US, Europe

    The export orders of over 170,000 wheels for US and EU are for caravan trailer market, US mobile home and US Truck trailer markets, SSWL said in a regulatory filing.

  • Europe will reach herd immunity by August: BioNTech Chief Ugur Sahin Apr 28, 2021 06:12 PM IST

    Europe will reach herd immunity by August: BioNTech Chief Ugur Sahin

    While the exact threshold required to reach that critical level of immunization remains a matter of debate, experts say a level above 70 percent would significantly disrupt transmission of the coronavirus within a population.

  • How Europe sealed a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine deal with texts and calls: Report Apr 28, 2021 04:04 PM IST

    How Europe sealed a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine deal with texts and calls: Report

    The deal will establish the European Union as Pfizer's biggest single client by far; the company has so far sold 300 million doses to the United States.

  • European Super League | UEFA likely to ban Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and 6 other football clubs: Here is why Apr 19, 2021 09:38 AM IST

    European Super League | UEFA likely to ban Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and 6 other football clubs: Here is why

    UEFA, in its statement, said that players and clubs participating in the proposed league would be banned from UEFA and FIFA tournaments. Clubs that may be banned are Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Barcelona, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, Atletico Madrid and Juventus.

  • Europe ramps up vaccinations as virus haunts Easter holidays Apr 04, 2021 04:33 PM IST

    Europe ramps up vaccinations as virus haunts Easter holidays

    In Lyon, French first division soccer club Olympique Lyon opened its stadium and provided 200 volunteer employees to help medical personnel and firefighters with a mass vaccination drive that started Saturday.

  • Europe vaccine rollout 'unacceptably slow', says WHO Apr 01, 2021 04:33 PM IST

    Europe vaccine rollout 'unacceptably slow', says WHO

    The organisation said the slow rollout was "prolonging the pandemic" and described Europe's virus situation as "more worrying than we have seen in several months."

  • Suez ship congestion could delay 10 LNG deliveries to Europe, analysts say Mar 26, 2021 01:55 PM IST

    Suez ship congestion could delay 10 LNG deliveries to Europe, analysts say

    Salvage officials said it could take weeks to resolve the congestion on the canal, the main route for European imports of LNG from the Middle East and for some cargoes heading to Asia from the Mediterranean.

  • Return of traffic cops to landmark piazza brings unlikely joy in Rome Mar 22, 2021 02:22 PM IST

    Return of traffic cops to landmark piazza brings unlikely joy in Rome

    For many Romans and tourists alike, those traffic controllers are as much a symbol of the Eternal City as the Colosseum or the Pantheon.

  • Europe can achieve herd immunity by July: EU commissioner Mar 22, 2021 11:57 AM IST

    Europe can achieve herd immunity by July: EU commissioner

    The note of optimism comes even as several European countries have started reimposing restrictions as they contend with surging coronavirus infections, and after mixed messaging on the safety of a key jab.

  • In-Depth: How panic and politics marred AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Europe Mar 20, 2021 11:52 AM IST

    In-Depth: How panic and politics marred AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Europe

    European countries hastily suspended AstaZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, amplifying safety concerns around the world despite endorsement of the jab by regulators and experts. While Indian authorities have backed the vaccine, some experts say the government should be more transparent with information on adverse effects.

  • Europe becomes first region to surpass 1 million COVID-19 deaths Mar 20, 2021 07:52 AM IST

    Europe becomes first region to surpass 1 million COVID-19 deaths

    The region, which includes 51 countries, has about 35.5% of all coronavirus deaths and 30.5% of all cases in the world. The region includes Russia, the United Kingdom, the 27 members of the European Union and other countries.

  • Australia to continue using AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine despite Europe pause Mar 16, 2021 08:37 AM IST

    Australia to continue using AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine despite Europe pause

    Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus joined several other European nations on Monday in temporarily suspending vaccinations with AstraZeneca shots after reports of isolated cases of bleeding, blood clots and low platelet count in some of the nations.

  • EU regulator recommends using Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine Mar 12, 2021 08:54 AM IST

    EU regulator recommends using Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine

    The EMA has already recommended COVID-19 vaccines made by Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca — but all of those vaccines require two doses, several weeks apart.

  • COVID cases rising again in Europe: WHO Mar 04, 2021 05:07 PM IST

    COVID cases rising again in Europe: WHO

    "Last week, new cases of COVID-19 in Europe rose 9 percent to just above one million. This brought a promising six-week decline in new cases to an end, with more than half of our region seeing increasing numbers of new infections," WHO Europe's regional director Hans Kluge told a news conference.

  • The ugly divorce between Britain and Brussels is just getting started Mar 01, 2021 01:22 PM IST

    The ugly divorce between Britain and Brussels is just getting started

    As trade disputes pile up, the blame game evident in the early months of the split suits domestic political needs on both sides.

  • Amid slow vaccine deliveries, desperate EU nations hunt for more Feb 27, 2021 04:23 PM IST

    Amid slow vaccine deliveries, desperate EU nations hunt for more

    The European Commission has made it clear that EU countries should not be cutting separate deals with the same pharmaceutical companies that it has negotiated contracts with for the whole bloc.

  • China says China, US and Europe should work together to uphold multilateralism Feb 22, 2021 02:10 PM IST

    China says China, US and Europe should work together to uphold multilateralism

    Joe Biden on Friday drew a sharp contrast with the foreign policy of his predecessor, Donald Trump, and urged democracies to work together to challenge abuses by autocratic states such as China and Russia.

  • Coronavirus variants deliver fresh blow to Europe’s open borders Feb 22, 2021 09:40 AM IST

    Coronavirus variants deliver fresh blow to Europe’s open borders

    Countries are again rushing to limit travel. That’s become a standard measure in the face of COVID-19 threats, raising questions about whether a pillar of European Union integration can survive.

  • Ford to switch to all-electric car range in Europe by 2030 Feb 17, 2021 04:30 PM IST

    Ford to switch to all-electric car range in Europe by 2030

    The carmaker said it will invest $1 billion to convert its vehicle assembly plant in Cologne, Germany, to become the US automaker's first electric vehicle facility in Europe.

  • TikTok hit with consumer law breaches complaints across Europe Feb 16, 2021 04:05 PM IST

    TikTok hit with consumer law breaches complaints across Europe

    Owned by China's ByteDance, TikTok has been rapidly growing in popularity around the world, particularly among teenagers. It faces growing criticism about its privacy and safety policies following a number of incidents.

  • Eiffel Tower needs blowtorch to remove ice as snow blankets Europe Feb 10, 2021 05:32 PM IST

    Eiffel Tower needs blowtorch to remove ice as snow blankets Europe

    Parts of central and northern Europe as well as Britain have been gripped by a cold weather front since the weekend. While snow blanketed the French capital and froze the Eiffel Tower, heavy snowfall tangled traffic and stranded drivers in Germany and the Czech Republic. Workers at the Eiffel Tower had to use a blowtorch to melt the ice collecting on its surface and snow was blocking roads and halting trains and school buses across northern France. Here are some photographs of frozen Europe from the past several days.

  • Surfboards, sledges and horse carriages—Europe makes the most of snow Feb 08, 2021 01:59 PM IST

    Surfboards, sledges and horse carriages—Europe makes the most of snow

    Severe weather in Europe, ranging from floods in France to heavy snow in Germany, has brought disruption and damage — but also magnificent backdrops to behold or play in.

  • Snowstorm pounds parts of Europe; Germany, Britain, Lithuania and Netherlands turn winter landscapes Feb 07, 2021 09:11 PM IST

    Snowstorm pounds parts of Europe; Germany, Britain, Lithuania and Netherlands turn winter landscapes

    Snowstorm and strong winds pounded parts of Europe on February 7, turning the Netherlands, England, Germany and Lithuania into winter landscapes. The unusual weather and temperature divide was caused by a polar vortex pushing icy air from the Arctic toward northern and western regions of the continent.

  • European Union tightens COVID-19 vaccine export rules, creates post-Brexit outcry Jan 30, 2021 10:18 AM IST

    European Union tightens COVID-19 vaccine export rules, creates post-Brexit outcry

    Under the post-Brexit deal, EU products should still be able to travel unhindered from the bloc to Northern Ireland.

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