Philippines: Gymnastics Association President Cynthia Carrion visits to meet PSC delegates

The Philippine Sports Commission felt pleasured and grateful to the Gymnastics Association of the Philippines President Cynthia Carrion, who recently paid a courtesy to meet the Philippines Sports Commission delegates today, Friday, June 23, 2023, at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex.

Brussels: Teddy bears & toys placed in front of European Commission building

The symbolic action led by members of Avaaz and Ukrainian refugees was meant to be a reminder of the thousands of Ukrainian children Russian forces have relocated to camps since Russia launched its war of aggression against Ukraine a year ago

Flags half lowered at NATO Headquarters, paying tribute to Turkey

The NATO flag and the flags of its members lowered to half-mast outside the NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium to show support for their ally Turkey, which is experiencing severe difficulties as a result of three consecutive earthquakes that have shaken the country

Immigrants illegally occupied building in Brussels

Hundreds of homeless people, many of them migrants and refugees, have been living in squalid conditions in an occupied building in Brussels for several months. In the Belgian capital, thousands of potential asylum seekers have been left to fend for themselves due to chronic overcrowding at the official reception facilities

Ukraine’s First lady meets Kaisa Ollongren, appreciates military aid provided to Ukraine

First lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, reported that The Netherlands is one of the top ten countries in terms of military assistance provided to Ukraine. At the same time, the Netherlands defined Ukraine as a focus country for its international cultural policy

EU Prez Ursula von der Leyen held phone call with UK PM Sunak; discussed major issues

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday held a telephone conversation with the newly elected Prime Minister of the UK, Rishi Sunak.

Envelope containing suspicious white powder found in EU Commission building

On Friday morning, at around 11:50, emergency services were called to the 13th floor of the European Commission building- where President Ursula Von Der Leyen's office is.

EC offers new proposal to protect pollinators for EU’s farmers

The European Commission (EC) has initiated the campaign called EU Green Deal or EU Farm to Fork to protect pollinators across Europe from any...

Cohesion Policy of EC grow less developed nations in EU economically: Report

The Cohesion Policy of the European Commission (EC) have bolstered the development in the less developed nations and helped to decline the territorial and...

EU Chips Act proves milestone for Europe: European Commission

EU Chips Acts is a milestone for Europe as with the help of the Act, the continent could achieve the Digital Decade target of...

EC President Leyen visits Africa to promote Global Gateway of Europe

The President of the European Commission (EC) named, Ursula von der Leyen, has on a two-day visit to Senegal, a country in West Africa...

EU establishes European Citizenship, foreign & security policies: EC

European Commission (EC) had remembered the day when the European Union (EU) was formed by signing the Maastricht Treaty on Monday, February 7, 2022....

Experience Europe to open on February 9, declares EC

On Saturday, February 5, 2022, the European Commission (EC) has revealed that the Experience Europe exhibition centre will be opened on February 9, 2022....

Europe: EC to extend Digital COVID certificate by one year

Europe: European Commission has declared the validity of the EU Digital Certificate for one year on Thursday, February 3, 2022, for European countries. Now,...

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Rafael Nadal’s Final Act: The King of Clay Prepares for One Last Battle at Roland-Garros

As nadal steps onto the hallowed courts of Roland-Garros for his 19th tournament, the atmosphere is thick with nostalgia and reverence. His first opponent, Germany's Alexander Zverev, awaits him on Monday in what promises to be a poignant encounter

France Ends State of Emergency in New Caledonia Amid Ongoing Unrest

The measure, set to end at 20:00 local time, was implemented in response to two weeks of intense riots triggered by disputed electoral reforms and deep-rooted economic disparities between the indigenous Kanak population and residents of European descent

Russian Glide Bomb Attack on Kharkiv Supermarket Kills 12, Wounds 43

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky disclosed that over 200 people might have been inside the supermarket at the time of the bombing. Describing the attack as an act of "Russian madness," Zelensky condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin and his forces for their actions

Paris Orly Airport: 70% of Flights Canceled This Weekend as Air Controllers Strike

The disruption, set to commence from 0400 GMT on Saturday and extend through late Sunday, has cast a shadow over travel plans for thousands of passengers, exacerbating concerns as France braces for the impending Paris Olympics

Paris City Hall Votes to Increase Eiffel Tower Admission Price Amid Renovation

Currently, visitors embark on their ascent to the summit of the Eiffel Tower for €29.40 ($31.90). However, by June 17, that fee will rise to €35.30, marking a significant adjustment aimed at bolstering resources for the vital restoration efforts