Trouble Grows For Israel? Big Pro-Palestine Move Planned By These EU States, Amid US’ Weapons Threat

Published on May 09, 2024 08:49 PM IST Some EU nations may reportedly jointly recognise a Palestine state on May 21. Earlier, Ireland, Spain, Slovenia, and Malta agreed to take the first few steps to accept a separate palestinian state. The nations are reportedly waiting for a vote at the UN General Assembly on May … Read more

EU Extends Schengen Visa Validity For Indian Travellers. All About New Rules And Eligibility

In a significant move aimed at easing visa rules, the European Union has announced that Indian nationals can apply for a multiple-entry Schengen visa with longer validity. As per the new rule, Indian nationals can now be issued long-term, multi-entry Schengen visas valid for two years after having obtained and lawfully used two visas within … Read more

World Witnessed Warmest March In 2024, Says EU As 12-Month Average Temperature Reaches New Record

The European Union’s climate agency said on Tuesday that the world experienced the warmest March ever due to a combined effect of El Nino and human-caused climate change. According to the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), the average temperature of 14.14 degrees Celsius in March was 1.68 degrees Celsius higher than the month’s average for … Read more

EU foreign ministers meet on Ukraine aid, Hamas sanctions

Russians sanctioned over Navalny death The EU foreign ministers also agreed to impose sanctions on 30 Russian officials over the death of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in an Arctic prison last month. “We agreed to sanctions on those responsible for the murder of Alexei Navalny,” Borrell said following the meeting. Again following in the footsteps … Read more

EU approves new media freedom law

The European Parliament passed a new law to protect journalists from political interference on Wednesday. The European Media Freedom Act  is designed to protect editorial independence and journalistic sources across the European Union. German MEP Sabine Verheyen, who shepherded the law through parliament, pointed to the murder of Maltese investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and threats to press freedom in Hungary as examples of why such … Read more

Putin’s Forces Unfurl Russian Flag On Europe’s Largest Chemical Plant In Ukraine’s Avdiivka | Watch

Published on Feb 25, 2024 12:37 AM IST Russian troops said they captured NATO-made weapons and ammunition, as well as Starlink satellite terminals at the Avdiivka chemical plant, according to a new video released by the Defense Ministry on Saturday. Officials said abandoned hardware was found by Russian assault groups that entered the Avdiivka Coke … Read more

Apple plans to charge developers who allow to sideload their apps in EU: Report

Apple is reportedly planning to impose fees and restrictions on developers who offer the ability to sideload their apps in the European Union (EU). App sideloading will allow users to download apps from outside the App Store for the first time, but only within the EU. The change is necessitated by the EU’s Digital Markets … Read more

With Major Gaza Hospitals Under Threat, EU Calls For Cease-Fire

As the Israeli Defense Forces attack two major hospitals in Gaza, patients and staff are facing imminent danger of dying, prompting more calls for a cease-fire during Israel’s war on Palestinians, including from the European Union, according to multiple reports. Al-Shifa, the Gaza Strip’s largest hospital, is without electricity and lacking vital resources as the … Read more

EU Condemns Hamas For Using “Hospitals As Human Shields”

Civilians must be allowed to leave the combat zone,” said EU (Representational) Brussels, Belgium: The European Union on Sunday condemned Hamas for using “hospitals and civilians as human shields” in Gaza, while also urging Israel to show “maximum restraint” to protect civilians. Hospitals in the north of the Palestinian enclave are blockaded by Israeli forces … Read more

Hamas Attack Reminds Europeans of the Virtue of Sovereignty

Europe has discovered that it has an anti-Semitism crisis on its hands. And now some politicians claim to have found the answer: Deport the anti-Semites. It’s a response as illuminating as it is futile. The shock to Europe has been the “pro-Palestinian” protests on the streets in the weeks since Hamas’s barbaric invasion of Israel. … Read more