Once known as the pharmacy to the world, Germany now has its work cut out to supply enough medicines to its own citizens.
Europe Presses U.S. to Settle Longstanding Aircraft-Aid Dispute
EU Retreats on Border Opening for Second Time as Virus Persists
EU, Gilead Reach Deal on Supply of Antiviral Drug Remdesivir
The European Union appears set to keep its external borders shut to travelers from most countries including the U.S.
EU Prolongs Import-Duty Waiver for Equipment to Fight Pandemic
Airbus Agrees A350 Contract Changes in Bid to End WTO Dispute
EU Weighs ‘Coordinated Package’ of Actions to Support Hong Kong
Turkey Tells Egypt to Avoid ‘Dangerous’ Incursion Into Libya
The European Union moved closer to agreeing on a massive stimulus package to reboot the economy.
EU Leaders Deadlocked on Recovery Fund as Talks Enter Fourth Day
EU deliberations over how, when and to whom to distribute a 750 billion-euro stimulus package are starting to make markets edgy.
European Commission reaches out to several drug companies for the supply of a vaccine by early next year.
Europe Issues Alert to Airlines About Flying in Iranian Airspace
EU to Resist Further Travel Opening With New Virus Wave a Risk
EU Plans ‘Coordinated’ Action to Support Hong Kong’s Autonomy
EU Urges Turkey to ‘Reverse’ Hagia Sophia Reconversion Plan
Europe Rushes to Bolster Trade Arsenal After U.S. Challenge
Trump Is ‘Destroying’ Multilateralism, Says EU’s Top Diplomat
Europe May Need Agency for Artificial Intelligence, Germany Says
Diplomats from the 27-nation EU are scheduled to discuss the criteria for lifting a curb on non-essential travel to the bloc.