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Sabine Siebold

Australia asks EU to review block of AstraZeneca vaccine

Mar 05 2021

CANBERRA/TOKYO/BRUSSELS Australia has asked the European Commission to review its decision to block a shipment of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, as countries importing EU-made shots fear a potential impact on supplies. | Video

UPDATE 4-Germany agrees easing of COVID-19 curbs, more testing and vaccinations

Mar 04 2021

* Govt awaits decision on AstraZeneca shot for over-65s (Adds details on interval between two vaccine shots)

Bund und Länder lockern schrittweise - Lockdown bis 28. März

Mar 02 2021

Berlin Bund und Länder steuern am Mittwoch auf eine schrittweise Lockerung des Corona-Lockdowns zu: Ein Reuters vorliegender Entwurf des Kanzleramtes nach Absprachen etwa mit Bayern und Berlin sieht vor, dass der Lockdown zwar insgesamt bis zum 28. März verlängert werden soll.

EU to propose vaccine certificates in time for summer holidays

Mar 01 2021

BRUSSELS The European Commission will propose this month an EU-wide digital certificate providing proof of a COVID-19 vaccination that could allow Europeans to travel more freely over the summer. | Video

EU to propose vaccine certificates in time for summer holidays

Mar 01 2021

BRUSSELS The European Commission will propose this month an EU-wide digital certificate providing proof of a COVID-19 vaccination that could allow Europeans to travel more freely over the summer. | Video

UPDATE 2-EU to propose vaccine certificates in time for summer holidays

Mar 01 2021

BRUSSELS, March 1 The European Commission will propose this month an EU-wide digital certificate providing proof of a COVID-19 vaccination that could allow Europeans to travel more freely over the summer.

Facing long fight with COVID variants, EU pushes to step up vaccinations

Feb 25 2021

BRUSSELS COVID-19 is here to stay, France and Germany said on Thursday, after European Union leaders discussed ways to fight new variants of the virus, step up inoculations and save Europe's tourism industry from another ruinous summer.

Special Report: In Germany's Black Forest, Putin critic Navalny gathered strength and resolve

Feb 25 2021

By Sabine Siebold, Anton Zverev, Catherine Belton and Andrew Osborn | Video

EU to keep COVID-19 curbs on non-essential travel amid chaotic border measures

Feb 23 2021

BRUSSELS/BERLIN European Union government leaders will agree on Thursday to maintain curbs on non-essential travel within the EU despite the bloc's executive asking six countries to ease border restrictions on Tuesday.

EU to sanction four Russians over Navalny, including prosecutors

Feb 23 2021

BRUSSELS European Union foreign ministers agreed on Monday to impose sanctions on four senior Russian officials close to President Vladimir Putin in a mainly symbolic response to the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. | Video

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