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16th Apr 2024

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EU accuses Apple of restricting access to mobile 'wallet'

EU regulators on Monday charged Apple with restricting rivals' access to its technology. The commission said Apple abused its dominant position, could be fined, and it could also force the iPhone-maker to open its mobile payment system to competitors. "We have indications that Apple restricted third-party access to key technology necessary to develop rival mobile wallet solutions on Apple's devices," EU anti-trust commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.

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EU puts Sudan war and famine-risk back in spotlight

The EU is hoping to put the international spotlight back on Sudan amid a war where half the population is at risk of famine. And Josep Borrell, EU foreign policy chief, also warned of Russia's presence in the country.

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Private fears of fairtrade activist for EU election campaign

I am not sleeping well, tossing and turning at night because I am obsessed about the EU election campaign, worried by geopolitical tensions, a far-right next parliament, and a backlash against the Green Deal, writes Sophie Aujean of Fairtrade International.

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