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Germany to begin easing virus curbs

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday announced first steps in undoing coronavirus restrictions that have plunged the economy into a recession, with most shops allowed to open although schools must stay closed until May 4.

Brexit is here, what changes?

At midnight on Friday -- 1,317 days after British voters decided to leave the European Union -- Brexit finally came about. So what changed?

PH, EU reaffirm commitment to human rights

The Philippine government and the European Union reaffirmed their commitment to protecting human rights and reviewed existing cooperation during the first joint committee meeting under the EU-Philippine Partnership and Cooperation Agreement…

Queen gives assent for Britain to leave EU

Queen Elizabeth II gave her formal assent Thursday for Britain to end its decades-long involvement in the European Union and seek a more independent but uncertain future at the end of the month.

EU donates P170M to disaster-hit Filipinos

The European Union (EU) will be extending EUR3 million or around P170 million to assist Filipinos affected by the recent Mindanao earthquakes and Typhoon Tisoy, which barreled through the country early December.

DILG to punish politikos giving money to NPAs

The Department of the Interior of Local Government (DILG) will be filing charges against local government officials providing financial support to communist rebels after the May 13 elections, DILG Spokesperson Undersecretary Jonathan Malaya…

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