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Biden Says U.S. To Strengthen European Posture In Face Of Russian Aggression
Europe · Washington

Biden Says U.S. To Strengthen European Posture In Face Of Russian Aggression

57% Center coverage: 103 sources
The U.S. is changing its force posture in Europe based on threats coming from Russia after its invasion of Ukraine and other directions. Biden says U.S. will send message to NATO that it is a strong and united alliance. The US will create a permanent headquarters for the Fifth Army Corps in Poland. The US will also deploy two additional F-35 squadrons to the UK, as well as deploying two additional Navy destroyers to Spain and "additional" air defense to Germany and Italy. The commitment was made on the second day of the NATO summit in Spain's capital Madrid.See the Story
EU seeks deal on ground-breaking rules to regulate crypto
Europe · Brussels

EU seeks deal on ground-breaking rules to regulate crypto

55% Center coverage: 18 sources
EU negotiators signed a provisional agreement late Wednesday for the 27-nation bloc's first rules on tracing transfers of crypto assets like bitcoin. When a crypto asset changes hands, information on both the source and the beneficiary would have to be stored on both sides of the transfer. The EU institutions are working out the technical details before the rules receive final approval.See the Story
Exclusive: EU nears compromise deal to defuse standoff with Russia over Kaliningrad
Europe · Kaliningrad

Exclusive: EU nears compromise deal to defuse standoff with Russia over Kaliningrad

50% Right coverage: 10 sources
Trade through Lithuania to the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad could return to normal within days. European officials edge toward a compromise deal with the Baltic state to defuse a row with Moscow.Kaliningrad is bordered by European Union states and relies on railways and roads through Lithuania for most goods.See the Story

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Europe · Brussels

Google targeted in fresh EU consumer groups' privacy complaints

Coverage: 7 sources
Google under fire for its privacy policies. Users say they can't access their data without permission. Google says it is working to fix the problems with its privacy policy. It has been fined more than $1 billion by the European Union for privacy breaches. The European Commission is investigating the matter.See the Story
Europe · Brussels

Belgian court gives man suspended sentence for sheltering 2015 Paris attacker Abdeslam

Coverage: 2 sources
Abid Aberkane, cousin of Salah Abdeslam, is one of the two defendants to receive a suspended prison sentence. The Belgian judgments fell the day after the verdicts of the special assizes court of Paris. The judges condemned 20 men -- including six tried in absentia -- involved in the worst peacetime atrocity ever committed in France.See the Story
International · Brussels

EU tells Greece to stop "violent" migrant deportations

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
BRUSSELS - The European Union's top migration official told Greece on Thursday to stop "violent" deportations of migrants or risk losing funds. After becoming one of the main destination points during the migration crisis of 2015, Athens has hardened its policy in the past year by increasing land and sea patrols, extending a border fence and building camps with much stricter security onSee the Story
Economy · Brussels

Brussels recognizes Spain 7.7 billion extra non-refundable due to the poor performance of its economy

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The EU updates to 77,234 million euros the allocation of non-reimbursable resources for the Recovery Plan in the face of the difficulties of the Spanish economy to recover the level of GDP prior to the pandemicSee the Story
Business · Brussels

EU extends roaming regulations for telecom providers until 2032

Coverage: 2 sources
EU extends 'Roam-like-at-home' regulations for telecom providers until 2032. Scheme allows travellers in the EU and EEA to call, text and surf abroad without extra charges. Prolonging rules will keep inter- operator prices competitive, EU says.See the Story
Brussels · Brussels

Bruxelas dá mais 1634 milhões ao PRR português, a maior subida percentual na UE

Portugal vai receber de Bruxelas mais 11,7% a fundo perdido, para compensar uma quebra maior no PIB. Apoio total a fundo perdido chega agora aos 15.628 milhões de euros.See the Story
Brussel · Brussel

Norway says NATO’s northern expansion will aid Nordic defense plans

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Norway has been a NATO member since the military alliance's founding in 1949. Its nearby neighbors, Finland and Sweden, had long preferred to stay unaligned. Russia's invasion of Ukraine changed all of that in a matter of months. NATO approved an overhaul of its defensive posture, aspiring to put 300,000 troops on high readiness.See the Story
European Union · Brussels

EXCLUSIVE EU nod expected for restrictions on takeovers by state-backed foreign firms

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
EU countries and EU lawmakers kicked off negotiations on the Commission's plan at 1300 GMT in Brussels. EU executive announced its proposal in May last year in a bid to stave off unfair competition from China. They are also expected to agree on the EU executive's proposal targeting foreign subsidised companies taking part in public tenders.See the Story

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