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European Lawmakers Join Push for Waiving Intellectual Property Rules for Covid-19 Response

Pressure is growing on the European Commission and EU member states to reconsider their staunch opposition to measures that could open the possibility of a massive increase in Covid-19 vaccine production worldwide. In an unprecedented joint appeal…
A person in Soweto, South Africa receives an injection as they participate in a clinical trial for a Covid-19 vaccine in June 2020. 
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UK Puts Breakaway from European Union Ahead of Keeping People Safe

Empty shelves. Panic buying. Queues outside supermarkets. Earlier this year the British public got an unpleasant taste of what it is like to worry if food will run out. The shortages, in the early days of the Covid pandemic, occurred despite few…
The Union Flag and European Union flag fly in Parliament Square in central London, September 9, 2017.
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Budget and Covid-19 Package Need to Bolster Rights of Marginalized People

How the European Union’s budget and recovery package deal is implemented country by country will determine the future for the continent’s poorest residents. If deployed appropriately, the “Next Generation” recovery fund, with €312.5 billion in…
A woman receives donated food from the Aluche Neighborhood Association headquarters where volunteers have delivered food and donated products for those in need amid coronavirus outbreak, in Madrid, Spain.
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Maladministration in Nigerian’s July 2016 Execution

The official Ombudsman of Indonesia has accused both the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) and the Supreme Court of “maladministration” in denying a Nigerian citizen, executed for drug trafficking in July 2016, his legal rights. …
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