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25th Jan 2022

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Cioloş to resign as chair of Renew Europe

Romanian MEP Dacian Cioloş announced on Friday that he will step down as chair of the liberal Renew Europe group in the European Parliament, if a party congress would confirm his victory in a national party leadership contest. "I will step down as president of Renew Europe. I'll go inform my colleagues next week," Cioloș said to the Romanian press. It is not clear yet if this confirmation took place.

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EIB invests €50m in autonomous delivery robot operator

Autonomous delivery operator Starship Technologies, based in San Fransisco, has received a €50m venture loan from the European Investment Bank - but the introduction to Europe's historic and narrow streets is so far marked by a lack of impact data.

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EU eyes Indian Ocean naval adventure

Europe is preparing to boost its naval presence in the north west Indian Ocean "to uphold freedom of navigation" in the world's trade jugular.

EU auditors slam fragmented, sluggish 5G rollout

The EU auditors pointed out the limited number of manufacturers able to build and operate 5G infrastructure increases EU dependency on third countries - as well as privacy and security risks associated with interference by "hostile state actors."

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15 years on: How are Bulgaria and Romania doing in the EU?

The latest European Commission health report puts the pair of south-eastern EU accession states last in terms of the overall lifespan of their citizens. Romanians and Bulgarian now die even younger than before.

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