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Netherlands Probing If Huawei Is Using ‘Secret Back Doors’ to Customer Data and Spying for Beijing, Report Says
BRUSSELS—The Netherlands' national intelligence agency has begun an investigation into whether Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is using "secret ...
May 21, 2019
Industry Leaders Concerned European Court’s Mandating of ‘Time Clock’ Adding Red Tape to Modern Workforce
Europe’s top court has ordered companies across the continent to start logging every hour their employees work.
May 15, 2019
Disinformation May Have Influenced Half of Voters in Upcoming EU Elections, Researchers Say
BRUSSELS—Cyber experts have warned that social media accounts that pump out state-sponsored disinformation may have influenced up to ...
May 9, 2019
With an Expected 29 Million Tourists by 2030, Netherlands to Stop Promoting Tourism to Curb Overcrowding
BRUSSELS—The Netherlands is set to stop promoting itself as a holiday destination and is even considering more drastic ...
May 7, 2019
European Lawmakers Call for Sanctions Against Human-Rights Abusers in China
BRUSSELS—European lawmakers have called for sanctions to be issued against Chinese officials responsible for human-rights abuses and a ...
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April 18, 2019
EU Asks for Increased Efforts Against Fake News Amid Russia, China Election Interference Concerns
BRUSSELS—The European Union has warned social-media companies, including Facebook, that they aren't doing enough to stamp out fake ...
April 16, 2019
EU Warns of Immediate Checks on UK Exports if No Brexit Deal by Deadline
BRUSSELS—The European Union has warned it will immediately start carrying out full checks on goods entering from Britain—prompting ...
April 4, 2019
EU Parliament Calls for More Sanctions Against Maduro’s Regime in Venezuela
BRUSSELS—The European Parliament has called for further sanctions against key figures in the Venezuelan regime including asset freezes ...
March 28, 2019
EU’s New 5G Security Plan Doesn’t Ban Huawei Despite US Concerns
The move fell significantly short of an outright ban on the Beijing-backed company being involved in the emerging ...
March 26, 2019
EU Budget Chief Proposes Veto on Chinese Investments as Rome Gets Cozy With Beijing
BRUSSELS—Brussels' budget chief has proposed an EU veto on future Chinese investments in Europe amid growing alarm among ...
March 25, 2019
EU Parliament Passes New Measures Targeting China’s State-Owned Companies
European parliamentarians have voted through tough new defensive measures targeting China's state-owned technology companies and airlines.
March 14, 2019
Ex-Catalan Leader Puigdemont to Run for European Parliament, Risking Arrest in Spain
The former president of the Spanish region of Catalonia, has announced he will run for the European Parliament ...
March 12, 2019
EU Decides to Continue Diplomatic Efforts on Venezuela Despite Maduro Denying Entry to MEPs
BRUSSELS—The European Union has decided to continue diplomatic efforts to bring about a regime change in Venezuela despite ...
February 18, 2019
EU Toughens Foreign Investment Rules in Face of Beijing’s Attempts to Buy Sensitive Companies
The European Parliament has given the green light to tough new rules designed to stop the Chinese state ...
February 14, 2019
Critics Call for EU Foreign Policy Decision-Making Reform after Statement on Venezuela Vetoed
The leaders of two of the European Union's biggest political groupings have called for urgent reform of how ...
February 4, 2019
EU Officials Pledge to Bolster Cyber Defenses as More Nations Call for Unified Stance on Huawei
Senior figures in Brussels have vowed to beef up Europe's cyber defenses in a coded warning to Chinese ...
January 29, 2019
Belgium Brews First Non-Alcoholic Version of Renowned Abbey Beer
A Belgian brewer has made history by introducing the first ever alcohol-free version of the country's famed abbey ...
January 15, 2019
EU Ready to Take Action If Venezuelan Situation Further Deteriorates
BRUSSELS—The European Union says it stands ready to take "appropriate measures" against the Venezuelan regime, with its senior politicians ...
January 10, 2019
EU Said Moving to Sanction 9 People Over Separatist Elections in Ukraine
BRUSSELS—The European Union is set to add nine people to its Russia sanctions blacklist, in response to the ...
December 6, 2018
Eastern European Countries Concerned About ‘Brain Drain’ Impact of EU Free Movement Policy
Romania has become the latest European country to question the benefits of the continent's commitment to free movement ...
November 29, 2018
European Privacy Law Blamed for Cancelation of Christmas Tradition in German Town
European officials have been forced to defend their new privacy laws, which are being earmarked for export to ...
November 21, 2018
Europe to Adopt Mobile Terror Alert System
BRUSSELS—The European Union has approved plans for a continent-wide public warning system for terror attacks and major disasters ...
November 14, 2018
There Is No Copyright on Taste of Food, European Court Rules
Europe’s top court has ruled that the taste of a food can't be protected by copyright in a ...
November 13, 2018
New Sierra Leone President Visits Europe as EU Tries to Counter China, Russia Aspirations for Dominance in Africa
BRUSSELS—Sierra Leone's new President Julius Maada Bio arrived in Europe this week for his first round of talks with ...
November 6, 2018
Belgian Government Under Pressure for Interest Paid out of Frozen Libyan Accounts
Belgian lawmakers have raised fears their country has inadvertently supported organized crime after reports emerged that billions of ...
November 1, 2018
Europeans Could Be Turning Clock Back for the Last Time
Europeans will turn their clocks back for what could be the very last time on Sunday Oct. 28 ...
October 25, 2018
Belgians Celebrate 60th Anniversary of Creation of Smurfs
BRUSSELS—Belgians weren't feeling blue on Oct. 23 as they held a series of Happy Smurfday celebrations to mark ...
October 23, 2018
Jayme Closs’ Kidnapper Gets 2 Life Sentences for Murders and 25 Years for Abduction
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Trump Appeals Ruling That Upheld Subpoenas for His Bank Records
Couple’s Enduring Love Marred by Years of Imprisonment and Torture
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Video Shows Top Democrat Jerrold Nadler Nearly Faint at Press Conference
More Troops Will Be Sent to the Middle East, Says Trump
Rep. Adam Schiff Receives Backlash After Calling AG Barr Investigation ‘Un-American’
CrossFit Boycotts Facebook, Instagram, Lists Litany of Complaints
Obama-Appointed Judge Who Upheld Committee’s Subpoena of Trump Donated to Democrats on Committee
Trump Criticizes House Democrats for Trying to Get Mueller to Testify
Trump Authorizes AG Barr to Declassify 2016 Presidential Campaign Surveillance Documents
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