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Thought Leadership Interview: John J. Trizzino, Novavax Chief Commercial Officer

Tue, 2023-03-07 08:00
Thought Leadership, in conversation with… John J. Trizzino, Novavax Executive Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer, and Chief Business Officer. As Executive Vice President, Chief Business Officer and Chief Commercial Officer, John Trizzino is responsible for global commercial strategy and execution, as...
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EU rewrites climate diplomacy deal to resolve nuclear sticking point

Tue, 2023-03-07 07:33
European Union countries intend to push for a global phasing out of fossil fuels among their climate diplomacy priorities this year, which the bloc hopes to approve this week after rewriting a contentious section on nuclear energy.
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EU watchdog: Online child abuse draft law creates ‘illusion of legality’

Tue, 2023-03-07 07:26
In a closed-door meeting with EU lawmakers, the European Data Protection Supervisor criticised the proposal to fight Child Sexual Abuse Material as trying to mask breaches of fundamental rights. The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), the authority responsible for advising...
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Problem shared, halved: Bridging knowledge gaps via farming partnerships

Tue, 2023-03-07 07:00
Partnerships between countries adapting to the new realities of climate change and soil degradation are key to helping advance sustainable agriculture globally and bridge the knowledge gap, a soil scientist based in Burkina Faso told EURACTIV.
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Britain to publish plan for asylum ban on Channel migrants

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:42
Britain's government will announce on 7 March plans for a new law barring those entering the country through unofficial routes from claiming asylum, in a bid to stop tens of thousands of migrants arriving on its shores in small boats.
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Spanish coalition at odds over ‘only yes means yes’ law

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:39
In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Czechia saying it opposes the European Sovereignty Fund, Italy granting free legal representation to migrants who survived a recent shipwreck, and so much more.
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Ukraine vows to defend Bakhmut as Russian forces try to storm it

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:30
Ukraine's top generals have vowed to keep defending the eastern city of Bakhmut, President Volodymyr Zelenskyiy said, as Russian forces fought to tighten their siege and secure their first major battlefield gain in more than six months.
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Greek government now mulls elections in May

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:28
The train tragedy that cost the lives of at least 57 people has changed the Greek government’s plan for elections in April, with media reports suggesting the conservative government is seeing 14 or 21 May as a possible alternative date....
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Why European mayors support ambitious building retrofitting goals

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:21
Europe must triple investments in the annual retrofitting of buildings, starting with the most vulnerable households, in order to meet the EU's 2030 climate targets and curb dependence on fossil gas, writes Júlia López Ventura.
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Serbia’s poor, home-bound young people want to emigrate

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:18
More opportunities and better working conditions must be given to Serbia’s youth, many of which live with their parents until a relatively old age, are much poorer than the national average, and have a strong desire to leave the country,...
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Metsola dangerously silent over LIBE committee’s Greek sabotage

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:11
The Greek government and other state stakeholders have sabotaged a mission of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) to Athens to examine the state of the rule of law and wiretapping scandal. The sabotage...
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Germany plans industrial electricity tariff to undercut US, China

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:10
Berlin is planning to introduce a special industrial electricity tariff ranging between €0.05 and €0.09 per kilowatt-hour in order to boost the country’s competitiveness and push back against US and Chinese subsidies. Electricity has always been pricey in Germany –...
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Albanian PM to meet Scholz, Berlin process on agenda

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:10
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama is set to meet for a ‘head-to-head’ meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, where the Berlin process and Albania’s EU accession will be high on the agenda. Germany and Albania have long had good relations,...
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Slovenian NGOs threaten to challenge CETA in court

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:08
Environmental organisations are threatening to bring about a court challenge to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada, just as the government is preparing to put ratification of the agreement on the parliament’s agenda. CETA...
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Soviet Army monument in Sofia to be removed after years of debate

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:04
A large monument to the Soviet Army in Sofia will finally be removed after years of opposition from former prime minister Boyko Borissov’s party, GERB. Though the pro-European coalition Democratic Bulgaria submitted its proposal to remove the monument to the...
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China warns US against suppressing it or risk ‘conflict’

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:04
The US should change its recent mistaken policies towards China or "conflict and confrontation" will follow, China's foreign minister said on Tuesday (7 March), while reiterating Beijing's call for dialogue to end the conflict in Ukraine.
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Pensions reform points to France’s changing relationship to work

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:01
French people’s relationship to work is changing. While the government pushes for longer working lives, burnout rates are high. Opposing voices look to the four-day workweek as an alternative.
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Socialists call to end violence against women once and for all [Promoted content]

Tue, 2023-03-07 06:00
Regional and local politicians from the Party of European Socialists Group in the European Committee of the Regions together with PES Women and other progressive partners call on municipalities, cities and regions to declare themselves a safe place for women.
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Slovak Interior Minister: V4 united in dialogue with Commission on irregular migration

Tue, 2023-03-07 05:55
Slovakia, Czechia, Hungary and Poland, comprising the Visegrad Four, want to unite in dialogue with the European Commission on the issue of illegal migration, Slovak Interior Minister Roman Mikulec said after meeting with other Visegrad ministers. Mikulec met with Hungarian...
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Czechia opposes European Sovereignty Fund

Tue, 2023-03-07 05:54
The Czech Republic opposes the European Commission’s plan to create a new European Sovereignty Fund as part of the EU’s response to the US Inflation Reduction Act. The European Commission wants to support investments in strategic areas, especially clean technologies,...
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