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Poland's prime minister accused the EU of putting a "gun to our head" by demanding his country reverse judicial reforms while threatening sanctions, in an interview published in the Financial Times Monday.
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) may, in the coming weeks, approve a plan aimed at the production, recycling and exportation of lead batteries in the country.
Outgoing German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, yesterday, exchanged pleasantries with President Muhammadu Buhari.
The European Union on Thursday said it will impose a universal charger for smartphones, setting up a clash with Apple and its widely used iPhone connector cable.
Greece on Monday began moving asylum seekers to the first of several new EU-funded "closed" camps on its islands, hours after a fire torched a part of the current facility.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says Nigeria is determined to ensure a prompt return of democratic rule to Guinea after the recent military coup.
Right-wing French presidential candidate Michel Barnier, the European Union's former chief Brexit negotiator, on Friday faced accusations of betraying his EU credentials after calling for France to free itself from European court oversight.
The EU's two top officials will visit a reception centre in Spain on Saturday for Afghan refugees who worked for the bloc, Spain's foreign minister said.
Zambia's main opposition candidate was leading Saturday in partial results for a tight presidential election while incumbent leader Edgar Lungu cried foul.
The EU imposed sanctions Monday on Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's wife Rosario Murillo, who is his vice president, as well as one of his sons and six more officials.
The European Union said on Friday it was ready to impose sanctions on Lebanon's ruling elite over the political crisis wracking the country, after adopting a legal framework for such measures.
European Union member states on Thursday agreed to add Ukraine to a list of countries from which travellers can enter the European Union during the coronavirus pandemic, while Rwanda and Thailand were removed. The EU's eastern neighbour joins a "green list" of only around 20 countries, which also includes the likes of Canada, Japan, New…