Ursula von der Leyen’s Commission appears better prepared than EU member states to face the second wave of Covid-19, after learning the lessons of the chaotic and disorganized first days of the pandemic last March.
Belarus has been witnessing mass protests for nearly four weeks now, where IT workers took to the streets of capital Minsk on Friday,
New tensions between Greece and Turkey in the South Aegean. The Greek navy is on the alert for a Turkish energy exploration mission off the coast of Kastellorizo: the challenge for gas in the Eastern Mediterranean has started again.
Until the Cyprus issue is resolved, Turkish Cypriots are interlocutors of Greek Cypriots: Hami Aksoy.
Turkey’s ruling party spokesperson on July 3 accused France of committing crimes in civil war-torn Libya
The World Health Organisation declined inviting Taiwan, because of the objections from China.
In 2016, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency publicly accused a hacker group thought to work for the Russian state of being behind the cyberattack.
On Sunday afternoon Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled conditional plan that aims to slightly ease restrictions leading to reopen society. In the pre-recorded message, key steps leading to lift strict measures were presented in a COVID Alert System.
For Eastern European countries, the economic estimates that two weeks ago were the most pessimistic scenario, have now become the baseline scenario.