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New EU legislation will require phone manufacturers to allow battery replacement

The European Union, or rather its parliament, has passed new legislation that mandates mobile phone manufacturers to allow battery replacement from 2024. This may...

The EU summit agrees on joint gas purchases. Negotiations continue

Presidents and Prime Ministers of the European Union meet for more than eight hours in Brussels to find common ways to limit the rise...

Gas Prices in EU Spike to Highest in History

In the aftermath of Russia invading Ukraine and the West imposing a plethora of sanctions on Putin's regime, natural gas prices in EU spiked...

The European Parliament to Vote on the Covid Passport on April 28

The European Parliament is due to vote on the Vaccination Passport on 28 April. Vaccination passports will be issued by each Member State, including...

Denmark First EU Country to Impose Vaccination Passport

Denmark today began using the Covid "passport" as part of a plan to gradually reopen the country. After entering a recently reopened barber shop,...

Two More EU Countries Halt AstraZeneca Vaccination

Two more countries in the European Union have suspended vaccinations using the AstraZeneca shot that was developed with the University of Oxford due to...

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