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Joe Biden (centre) is flanked by Ursula von der Leyen (left) and Charles Michel ahead of the EU-US summit in Brussels. Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard / AFP
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US, EU strike Airbus-Boeing deal, turn to China ‘challenges’

US President Joe Biden and the EU have agreed a long-term truce in the 17-year-old Airbus-Boeing feud, putting aside their own disputes to take on a rising China
US President Joe Biden disembarks from Air Force One after arriving at Melsbroek Military Airport in Brussels on June 13, 2021, ahead of the NATO and EU-US summits. Photo: Yves Herman / Pool / AFP
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Biden to rebuild ‘sacred’ NATO bond shaken by Trump

US President Joe Biden will seek to restore bonds of trust at NATO's first post-Trump summit, as leaders push to revitalise the alliance despite differences over dangers ahead
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen (L) meets President of the Eurogroup, Paschal Donohoe, during the G7 finance ministers meeting in London on June 5, 2021. Photo: Alberto Pezzali / Pool
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Global minimum tax still far from becoming reality

After the accolades, an agreement among the world's wealthiest countries to set a global minimum tax on the biggest companies now faces a long, bumpy road to implementation
People have a meal at a cafe on Melbourne's Yarra River on October 29, 2020, as the city reopens after battling a second wave of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Photo: William West / AFP
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‘Zero Covid’ in Europe: possible or a pipe dream?

Hit the virus hard, undergoing drastic short-term measures to allow life to return to normal, as several nations in Asia and Oceania have done. Could European countries do likewise?
A woman receives a Covid-19 vaccination from Yaquelin De La Cruz at the Research Centers of America (RCA) in Hollywood, Florida, on August 13, 2020. Photo: Chandan Khanna / AFP
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How the world has sped up vaccine approvals

As Britain becomes the first Western country to approve a Covid-19 vaccine for general use, authorities in Europe, the US, Russia and China have also sped up their approval procedures
(FILES) This file aerial photo taken on April 22, 2020 shows a burial taking place at an area where new graves have been dug up at the Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery in Manaus, in the Amazon forest in Brazil. - More than one million people have died from the coronavirus, according to an AFP toll, with no let-up in a pandemic that has ravaged the world economy, inflamed diplomatic tensions and upended lives from Indian slums and Brazilian jungles to America's biggest city. (Photo by Michael DANTAS / AFP)
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Global coronavirus death toll passes one million

More than one million people have died from coronavirus, according to an AFP toll, marking a grim milestone in the spread of the disease that has ravaged the world economy and upended lives
24.05.2018, China, Beijing: German Chancellor Angela Merkel is welcomed by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Photo: Michael Kappeler/dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++
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EU, China to hold talks on stalled investment deal

Chancellor Angela Merkel representing Germany, which currently holds the rotating EU presidency, is to negotiate with Chinese President Xi Jinping as part of high-level talks concerning an investment deal between Beijing and the European Union.
"Ausgleich zwischen Wald und Wild" bedeutet nichts anderes als "Wald vor Wild" - am liebsten einen Wald ohne Wild. Nutzung des Bildes ausschließlich mit Nennung des Fotografen und im Kontext mit diesem Beitrag. Weiterer Text über ots und www.presseportal.de/nr/133267 / Veröffentlichung bitte unter Quellenangabe: "obs/Wildtierschutz Deutschland e.V./Timo Litters, www.tnsm.de" Foto: Timo Litters, www.tnsm.de/Wildtierschutz Deutschland e.V./obs
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EU grants emergency funds as pandemic weakens wildlife conservation

Six million euros of emergency EU funding will be made available to bolster conservation. The IUCN will manage the grants, together with the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States.