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WARSAW (Reuters) - The European Union's insistence on the primacy of EU law over national legislation undermines Poland's sovereignty, ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski said in a letter quoted by state news agency PAP.
France ‘notes and regrets’ end of its submarine deal with Australia and will convene EU summit on European defenceNo mention of China in announcement of alliance between Australia, Britain and US which is aimed at Indo-Pacific security
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Poland must change its legal definition of rape to better protect women, Europe's top rights watchdog said on Thursday in the latest challenge to the country's ruling nationalists over human rights and democratic values.
The European Union is in the midst of a reflection on the guidelines and ordinances to adopt in order to regulate the use of artificial intelligence via its draft law “the Artificial Intelligence Act”.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's chief executive on Wednesday vowed no let-up in battles with Poland and Hungary over democratic standards, threatening to take more legal action and block off funds.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU countries will have to provide more clarity on the use and availability of radio spectrum to help the bloc meet its digital targets, the European Commission said on Wednesday, accelerating a push to reduce reliance on U.S and Chinese technologies.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -"If it seems impossible - then it can be done."
STRASBOURG (Reuters) -The European Commission announced plans on Wednesday for a new chipmaking "ecosystem", to keep the EU competitive and self-sufficient after a global semiconductor shortage showed the hazards of relying on Asian and U.S. suppliers.
STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) -The pace of vaccination against COVID-19 must be quickened to avert "a pandemic of the unvaccinated", the European Union's chief executive said on Wednesday, also urging countries around the globe to step up the fight against climate change.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Tuesday named Ali Bagheri Kani, a hardline senior diplomat, to replace Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi, a seasoned pragmatist diplomat and chief negotiator in talks on Tehran's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, state media said.