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EU Day online features Swedish ambassador, hip-hop artist, Greek tragedy

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — An annual campus event focused on the European Union, delivered online this year, will include a Swedish ambassador speaking...

NPR: European Union Warns AstraZeneca Over Reduction In Vaccine Shipments

News that AstraZeneca's promised COVID-19 vaccine deliveries to Europe will be delayed isn't sitting well with officials, who are pushing the company...

VOA: EU ‘Highly Concerned’ About Iran Nuclear Enrichment

The European Union Tuesday expressed grave concern about reports from the U.N. nuclear watchdog that Iran had resumed enriching uranium and said...

NPR: EU Begins Its Vaccine Rollout With Goal Of Inoculating 450 Million Against COVID-19

The European Union began a mass vaccination campaign on Sunday to eventually inoculate some 450 million people in 27 member-states against COVID-19.

NPR: U.K. And EU Will Keep Negotiating As Brexit Deadline Looms

With a hard end-of-year deadline looming, the U.K. and the European Union will continue negotiations to try to avoid a no-deal Brexit,...

AP: UK’s Johnson to head to Brussels amid Brexit talks deadlock

More than four years after helping set Britain’s course out of the European Union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is headed to EU...

EU sanctions Russian intelligence, North Korean, Chinese firms over alleged cyberattacks

The European Union on Thursday imposed travel and financial sanctions on a department of Russia’s military intelligence service and on firms from...

NPR: German And U.K. Officials Warn Of A Possible New COVID-19 Wave In Europe

The European Union successfully flattened the curve of COVID-19 cases in the spring – but a second wave could be building in...

CNN: European Union mulls recommendation to block travelers, including Americans, due to coronavirus

Washington (CNN) European Union nations could block visitors from countries with severe coronavirus outbreaks, including the United States, according to officials involved...

VOA: Brussels Aims to Halt Purchases of Strategic European Firms by Chinese Investors

The European Union is moving to stop the purchase of strategic European companies by foreign subsidized corporations, especially from China.  The...
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The College Board released the official curriculum for a new Advanced Placement course in African American studies on Wednesday, the first day...