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Eastern Europe wins in double food standards fight

In the near future, Prague residents will drink Coca-Cola in full confidence that it consists of exactly the same ingredients that the beverage drunk, say, by Berliners or Londoners. The countries of Eastern and Central Europe and the European Commission finally reached a compromise on the new...

White House Received New Sanctions’ Package For Russia: Bloomberg

The U.S. to retaliate with further sanctions on Russia, as the latter failed to provide assurance on the usage of chemical weapons. As per Bloomberg’s report, the White House has got a new package of sanctions for imposing them on Russia; this step comes as retaliation to the “nerve-agent attack on...

EU will stop saving migrants in the Mediterranean

The European Union is completing the naval part of the large-scale Operation SOPHIA off the coast of Libya. Thanks to this Mediterranean patrol operation launched at the height of the 2015 migration crisis, more than 650 thousand people were rescued. However, it was not possible to reach a...

China's expansion into Europe: Italy’s ports are next

Container ships with Chinese goods for the EU countries pass the Suez Canal but do not moor right away in the ports of Greece and Italy. More often, they spend five or six days more to go around the waters of the Atlantic to Rotterdam, Antwerp, Hamburg or Bremerhaven. Experts say that these ports...

US watchdog is accused of violating aircraft certification process

Criticism of the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States (FAA) is growing in the United States. It is connected to certification process of the Boeing 737 Max 8 model, which has been involved in two accidents in the past six months. According to the US media, during the tests, the FAA...

Large Section Of Citizens Unhappy With Public Services & Benefits: OECD Survey

A new OECD survey, “Risks that Matter”, has revealed that there is not enough public services and social benefits and they are also inaccessible, many people in the OECD countries believe. And compared to the taxes that they pay, about half of the people surveyed complained that they do not get...

Largest companies reveal volumes of plastic produced by them

More than 30 companies in the world — manufacturers of food, consumer goods, packaging, retailers, and others — for the first time disclosed information on how much plastic they produce annually. More than 120 companies pledged to reduce plastic production as part of the Ellen MacArthur...

US Warning To Germany About Intelligence Sharing Over Huawei Ban

Following a number of back door requests and persuasion about not allowing Chinese tech firm Huawei doing any business in Germany, United States now has openly issued an ultimatum to its known ally. The US has warned German authorities that it would reduce the amount in critical; intelligence that...

Mercer reveals the world’s safest cities

Mercer consulting company has published a new rating of the world cities in terms of comfortable living. For the tenth year in a row, Vienna has been ranking first in the list. Analysts of Mercer consulting company compared almost 500 cities around the world using several dozen criteria, including...

No vaccinations, no school: Italy’s new law

Italy adopted a new law amid lower level of population vaccination and a new outbreak of measles. The law obliges parents to provide children with a mandatory set of vaccinations. Kindergartens in Italy now have the full right - and some have already taken advantage of it - not to accept...
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