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EU plans naval exercises to protect critical maritime infrastructure
"Our seas are of strategic importance," Commissioner Environment, Oceans and Fisheries Virginijus Sinkevičius said.
Spanish transport chiefs resign over trains too big for tunnels
Two officials have now resigned over the matter: Renfe head Isaías Táboas and secretary of state for transport Isabel Pardo de Vera.
Scientists have found a way to bend lightning to their will
Laser technology could help protect large areas like airports and rocket launch pads from the devastating power of lightning.
Europe is fretting over China owning key EU infrastructure. Here's why
Chinese companies have over the past decade invested in EU ports and airports, but also electrical companies and telecommunications.
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Locals run for cover as Russia attacks Kyiv with 'kamikaze' drones
"Air defences have shot down several Russian rockets over Kyiv. Stay in shelters!" Vitali Klitschko said on social media.
Brussels seeks greater role protecting critical infrastructure
The European Commission on Tuesday proposed giving itself a greater role to enhance the EU's preparedness and response against threats to its critical infrastructure.
EU infrastructure is 'vulnerable' and needs greater protection
Ylva Johansson spoke following suspected sabotage on the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea.
Is the world's longest immersed tunnel worth damaging the environment?
The world's longest immersed tunnel is expected to be completed in Europe by 2029. But detractors say it will severely impact the environment.
Croatia links divided region with new Adriatic coast bridge
Croatia has opened a long-awaited bridge connecting two parts of the country's Adriatic Sea coastline while bypassing a small sliver of Bosnia's territory.
‘The EU has to be more radical’: How can we fix cross-border rail?
Self-confessed EU nerd Jon Worth is taking 150 trains across 28 European countries to highlight the problems with cross-border rail travel in the EU.
EU plans to raise €300bn to counter China's infrastructure spending
Brussels has presented a "true alternative" project to rival Beijing's massive Road and Belt Initiative.
New track in Ramallah offers Palestinians safe exercising route away from the traffic
Palestinians ride and walk along a new cycling track built by the Ramallah municipality offering locals a peaceful ride away from the traffic.