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#FemTech – Millions of women could benefit from new non-invasive treatment for pelvic floor dysfunctions

#FemTech – Millions of women could benefit from new non-invasive treatment for pelvic floor dysfunctions

Dr. Elan Ziv has developed a device that could transform the lives of women living with pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Visiting Brussels, we took the opportunity to interview him and find out more about a completely novel non-surgical and disposable management option for women with POP.  ConTIPI develops non-invasive and disposable vaginal devices for various […]

| July 23, 2019

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#Mediterranean countries advance on  fighting illegal fishing in world’s most overfished sea

#Mediterranean countries advance on  fighting illegal fishing in world’s most overfished sea

Oceana praises the progress made by Mediterranean countries during a fisheries compliance meeting of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM), held last week in Tirana, Albania. At the conclusion of the regional gathering between 24 contracting parties, delegates agreed to adopt a stricter sanctioning process for non-compliant Mediterranean countries, and to improve transparency and […]

| July 24, 2019
#FemTech – Millions of women could benefit from new non-invasive treatment for pelvic floor dysfunctions

#FemTech – Millions of women could benefit from new non-invasive treatment for pelvic floor dysfunctions

Dr. Elan Ziv has developed a device that could transform the lives of women living with pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Visiting Brussels, we took the opportunity to interview him and find out more about a completely novel non-surgical and disposable management option for women with POP.  ConTIPI develops non-invasive and disposable vaginal devices for various […]

| July 23, 2019
Britain’s new leader – #BrexiteerBorisJohnson to be prime minister

Britain’s new leader – #BrexiteerBorisJohnson to be prime minister

Image copyright: REUTERS Boris Johnson, the ebullient Brexiteer who has promised to lead Britain out of the European Union with or without a deal by Halloween, will replace Theresa May as prime minister after winning the leadership of the Conservative Party on Tuesday (23 July), write Guy Faulconbridge and Elizabeth Piper. His victory catapults the […]

| July 23, 2019
Britain’s anti-#Brexit Liberal Democrats name Jo Swinson as new leader

Britain’s anti-#Brexit Liberal Democrats name Jo Swinson as new leader

Britain’s anti-Brexit Liberal Democrat party named lawmaker Jo Swinson (pictured) as its new leader on Monday (22 July), as the party looks to translate a surge in voter support for its pro-European Union agenda into influence in a deadlocked parliament, write William James and Kylie MacLellan. Swinson, 39, won just under 48,000 votes, beating her […]

| July 23, 2019
Greater #Eurasia – Moving towards a common future

Greater #Eurasia – Moving towards a common future

A major event important not only for Kazakhstan, but for all European and Asian countries will take place in our capital this autumn. On 23-24 September, the city of Nur-Sultan will host the Fourth Meeting of Speakers of the Eurasian Countries’ Parliaments titled Greater Eurasia: Dialogue. Trust. Partnership, writes Majilis of the Parliament of Kazakhstan Chairman […]

| July 23, 2019
#Huawei – Government decision on 5G rollout delayed

#Huawei – Government decision on 5G rollout delayed

A decision on whether controversial Chinese firm Huawei should be excluded from the rollout of 5G mobile phone networks in the UK has been postponed, writes the BBC. Culture secretary Jeremy Wright said the government is “not yet in a position” to decide what involvement Huawei should have in the 5G network. Wright said the […]

| July 23, 2019
EU pushes ahead with #5G security plan

EU pushes ahead with #5G security plan

A majority of European Union member states have completed the first step of a far-reaching risk assessment for 5G networks, advancing a process which is due to complete on 1 October. In a statement, Security Union Commissioner Julian King, and Digital Economy and Society Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, said member states had “responded promptly to our […]

| July 23, 2019
Commissioner Mimica signs new EU funding package for the African Peace Facility in #Ethiopia

Commissioner Mimica signs new EU funding package for the African Peace Facility in #Ethiopia

International Co-operation and Development Commissioner Neven Mimica (pictured) visited Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 22 July, where he met with African Union Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat, to sign a new EU funding package for the African Peace Facility. During his visit, Commissioner Mimica also signed a €36 million budget support contribution to support Ethiopia’s green […]

| July 23, 2019
#SecurityUnion – EU-US co-operation on tackling terrorist financing continues to produce results

#SecurityUnion – EU-US co-operation on tackling terrorist financing continues to produce results

Co-operation between the EU and the US on tracking terrorist financing has continued to yield positive results with over 70,000 leads generated between 2016 and 2018 – some of which were instrumental in bringing forward investigations relating to terrorist attacks on EU soil, including those in Stockholm, Barcelona and Turku. According to the Joint Report, […]

| July 23, 2019
Fighting #UnfairContractTerms – Commission issues guidance to better protect consumers

Fighting #UnfairContractTerms – Commission issues guidance to better protect consumers

The European Commission has adopted a guidance note on unfair contract terms. This guidance should ensure that consumer associations and legal practitioners, including judges, will be better equipped to protect EU consumers from unfair contract terms. Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Commissioner Věra Jourová said: “Every time a consumer buys a product or a service from […]

| July 23, 2019
#Trade – #EUAgri-FoodExports continue growing at record pace

#Trade – #EUAgri-FoodExports continue growing at record pace

The latest monthly agri-food trade report published on 22 July shows that a strong increase in exports observed from the beginning of the year continues. According to the latest monthly data available (May 2019), agri-food exports are now doing 13% better than a year ago. The best performing exports include pork meat, spirits and liqueurs, wine […]

| July 23, 2019

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