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Polish lawmakers reach compromise on judicial reforms
Lawmakers from Poland’s ruling coalition agreed to judicial reforms the government says will unblock billions of euros of European Union funding, helping the country’s economy as it grapples with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in neighbouring Ukraine.
EU lawmakers to block ‘green’ investment label for gas, nuclear
European Union lawmakers will attempt to block a plan to label gas and nuclear energy as sustainable investments as Europe wrestles with reducing its carbon dioxide emissions to address climate change.
EU plans €300bn investment to quit Russian fossil fuels
The European Union intends to mobilise up to 300 billion euros of investments by 2030 to end its reliance on Russian oil and gas, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday.
Outcry after Israel police beat mourners at journalist funeral
UN condemns killing of journalist without naming Israel
International Desk
Iran: Reliable outcome possible on JCPOA
EU top diplomat says stalled talks ‘reopen’
EU lawmakers compromise on carbon market overhaul
European Union lawmakers have reached initial agreements on reforms to the EU carbon market, as they prepare to negotiate an overhaul of the 27-country bloc's core policy for reducing planet-warming emissions.
French envoy: EU-Iran annual trade hits €5b
The French ambassador to Tehran said the volume of trade between the European Union and Iran reached five billion euros last year.
Solar rooftops, manufacturing to get boost under draft EU plan
The European Commission hopes to jumpstart a large-scale rollout of solar energy and rebuild Europe's solar manufacturing industry, as part of its bid to wean countries off Russian fossil fuels, a draft document seen by Reuters showed.
Europe turns into cocaine hub as market expands: EU
Europe is increasingly becoming a hub for production and trans-shipment of cocaine to other regions of the world, in addition to being a major consumption market, EU agencies said on Friday, warning also about the expanding methamphetamine industry.
Wrangle over EU carbon market revamp threatens climate targets
Officials and lawmakers negotiating an overhaul of the EU carbon market are struggling to reach a compromise over plans to levy CO2 costs on suppliers of polluting fuels, potentially putting the bloc's climate change targets at risk.
European Commission analyzing higher 45% renewable energy target for 2030
The European Commission is assessing whether the European Union could achieve a higher target of a 45% share of renewable energy by 2030, instead of its proposed 40%.
Senior EU officials were targeted with Israeli spyware
Senior officials at the European Commission were targeted last year with spy software designed by an Israeli surveillance firm, according to two EU officials and documentation reviewed by Reuters.
China tells EU it will pursue Ukraine peace in its own way
China offered the European Union assurances that it would seek peace in Ukraine but said this would be on its own terms, deflecting pressure for a tougher stance towards Russia.

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