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Europol supports Spain and US in dismantling money-laundering organized crime

Europol supports Spain and US in dismantling money-laundering organized crime

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By EU Reporter Correspondent Europol have supported the Spanish Civil Guard (Guardia Civil) and the US Drug Enforcement Administration to dismantle an organized crime group laundering money for major South American cartels. The criminal network was involved in debt collection and laundering of money coming from drug trafficking. They also provided so-called hitman services involving […]

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GSK vaccines laboratory acquired by Nexelis

GSK vaccines laboratory acquired by Nexelis

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By Press release Nexelis acquires the GSK vaccines clinical bioanalytical laboratory located in Marburg – Germany and enters into a 5-year strategic agreement with GSK. Laval, Quebec, and Marburg, Germany, January 20, 2021. Nexelis,a portfolio company of Ampersand Capital Partners, and a leading provider of advanced assay development and laboratory testing services in the infectious, […]

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European Greens welcome Biden as president

European Greens welcome Biden as president

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By Greens political contribution President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in today as the 46th president of the USA. Alongside Biden will be Kamala Harris who will take oath as the first woman and person of colour to be elected as vice-president. Henrike Hahn, German Green Member of the European Parliament’s Delegation for relations with […]

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Reaching the goals of the Paris Agreement

Reaching the goals of the Paris Agreement

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By Guest contributor “To drive systemic change towards true circularity, regulation and action must be based on science and facts. Reaching the goals of the Paris Agreement and achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 calls for a revision in the way we use energy and natural resources and how we are able to create a circular […]

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Romania city of Timisoara becomes European Capital of Culture in 2023

Romania city of Timisoara becomes European Capital of Culture in 2023

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By Cristian Gherasim Two years later than initially decided European Council designates Timisoara as the European Capital of Culture. Because of coronavirus, the European Council decided to postpone electing a new capital of culture and allow for the current European capitals of culture Rijeka (Croatia) and Galway (Ireland) to maintain their title until 2023. The […]

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UK and EU-27 citizens in the UK to remain part of European Parliament communication programmes 

UK and EU-27 citizens in the UK to remain part of European Parliament communication programmes 

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By EU Reporter Correspondent The European Parliament reaffirms its will to continue to engage with young generations of UK citizens and EU27 citizens resident in the UK. Following its decision in February 2019 to maintain the European Parliament’s presence in the UK, notably through its London Office, the Bureau of the Parliament (President Sassoli and […]

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COVID-19 vaccines: EU must respond with unity and solidarity 

COVID-19 vaccines: EU must respond with unity and solidarity 

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By EU Reporter Correspondent MEPs expressed broad support for the common EU approach to fighting the pandemic and called for complete transparency regarding contracts and deployment of COVID-19 vaccines. In the plenary debate on Tuesday (19 January), MEPs exchanged views with Ana Paula Zacarias, Portuguese Secretary of State for European Affairs, and Stella Kyriakides, EU […]

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Independent pandemic review panel critical of China and WHO delays

Independent pandemic review panel critical of China and WHO delays

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By EU Reporter Correspondent An independent panel said on Monday (18 January) that Chinese officials could have applied public health measures more forcefully in January to curb the initial COVID-19 outbreak, and criticized the World Health Organization (WHO) for not declaring an international emergency until 30 January, writes Stephanie Nebehay. The experts reviewing the global […]

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Biden to block Trump’s plan to lift COVID-19 European travel restrictions

Biden to block Trump’s plan to lift COVID-19 European travel restrictions

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By Reuters US President-elect Joe Biden plans to quickly extend travel restrictions barring travel by most people who have recently been in much of Europe and Brazil soon after President Donald Trump lifted those requirements effective 26 January, a spokeswoman for Biden said, writes David Shepardson. Trump signed an order on Monday (18 January) lifting […]

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Italy PM Conte looks to cling to power in crucial Senate vote

Italy PM Conte looks to cling to power in crucial Senate vote

| January 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

By EU Reporter Correspondent Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (pictured) addressed the Italian Senate on Tuesday (19 January), hoping to win over enough opposition and unaligned lawmakers to keep him in office after a junior partner quit his coalition, write Gavin Jones and Angelo Amante. Conte gave almost the same speech to the upper house as […]

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