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How to build a more resilient and inclusive global system

Stopping antimicrobial resistance would cost just USD 2 per person a year

UN, world leaders, condemn Sri Lanka terrorist attacks targeting churches, hotels, which leave more than 200 dead

UN urges protection of indigenous peoples’ rights during migration

The unpleasant truth of plastic straws

The ECB accuses the politicians of inaction, continues injecting billions to banks

What lies ahead for the Korean Peninsula?

Will Cameron succeed in keeping UK inside the EU and reverse the present economic downturn?

Commission presents its response to Antisemitism and a survey showing Antisemitism is on the rise in the EU

Europe’s poor investment in digital is threatening prosperity. Here’s what its start-ups need

Acute food insecurity ‘far too high’ UN agency warns, as 113 million go hungry

Main results of G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina

AI can help us unlock the world’s most complex operating system – the human body

A Europe that Protects: Commission calls for more efforts to ensure adoption of security proposals

Defence: European Commission paves the way for first joint industrial projects under EU budget

Fresh airstrikes kill dozens in conflict-ravaged Syria

EU Justice Scoreboard 2018: justice systems’ key role in upholding the rule of law and EU values

Four lessons for a successful switch to value-based healthcare

EU and China discuss economic and trade relations at the 7th High-level Economic and Trade Dialogue

EU growth in 2015 to be again sluggish; Can the Juncker Commission fight this out?

UN rights office appeals for peaceful Zimbabwe elections amid reports of intimidation

FROM THE FIELD: Green shoots of peace in South Sudan

5 ways to fast-track the transition to a carbon neutral world

The Ukrainian crisis to destabilize Europe and the world for a long time

Arrest of three Libyans wanted for grave crimes ‘would send strong and necessary message’ to victims, urges top Prosecutor

Fed, ECB take positions to face the next global financial crisis; the Brits uncovered

The European Parliament rewrites the EU budget in a bright day for the Union

Is Eurozone heading for disinflation?

Statistics show the ugly face of youth training schemes

UN emergency relief fund has ‘never been more critical’: Guterres

Does research make sense any more? The dire need for new ways to measure success

US-EU trade war: Berlin fearful of the second round

European Youth calls on European Council for urgent action on “humanitarian crisis” and questions the EU/Turkey deal respect of human rights

The increasing drug prices in Europe

How smart farming is helping Brazil feed the world

World in grip of ‘high impact weather’ as US freezes, Australia sizzles, parts of South America deluged

Radioactive nuclear waste is a global threat. These scientists may have a new solution

The US is withdrawing from a 144-year-old treaty. Here’s the context

Britain’s May won the first round on the Brexit agreement with the EU

EU Migrant Crisis: Italian Coast Guard Headquarters and Italian Navy to give host national opening addresses at Border Security 2016 in Rome

Rapid action needed for people to meet challenges of changing world of work

One Day in Beijing

These countries are ranked highest – and lowest – for human development

Latest tragedy in the Mediterranean claims over 100 lives – UN refugee agency

UN genocide adviser welcomes historic conviction of former Khmer Rouge leaders

Germany is the world’s most innovative economy

Italy’s dilemma after Merkel-Hollande agreed loose banking union

Menu for change: why we have to go towards a Common Food Policy

Our children’s career aspirations have nothing in common with the jobs of the future

7 surprising and outrageous stats about gender inequality

Future of EU farming: MEPs push for modern common policy with fair funding

It’s ‘time for concrete action’ says UN chief, welcoming inter-Korean agreement

Lithuania finds the ways to maintain its energy security

Drinking coffee could help you live longer, research finds

Lithuania vs Parliament over 2014 EU budget

Agreement reached on screening of foreign direct investment for EU security

The business case for diversity in the workplace is now overwhelming

EU and China resolve amicably solar panel trade dispute

Ferry capsizes near Mosul, UN chief offers solidarity, support ‘as needed’

Right2Water initiative: Is the Commission ready to listen to citizens?

EU and Indian flags at EU-India Summit in New Delhi last October (copyright EU 2018, Source: EC - Audiovisual Service)

India and the EU get close to revive talks on proposed Free Trade Agreement

London is becoming the world’s first National Park City

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