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EU Commission Accuses Gazprom of Breaching Antitrust Rules

The European Commission sent a statement of objections to Gazprom, accusing the Russian company of abusing its dominant market position and breaching EU antitrust rules.

World » EU | April 22, 2015, Wednesday // 14:10 | Viewed: 1911

Andrus Ansip: EU Has to Pay Attention on Life-Long Learning

Digital economy will destroy jobs, but Europe has to pay much more attention on real life-long learning process to help people acquire new skills, Andrus Ansip, the EU Commissioner for Digital Single Market, has told Novinite.

World » EU | April 21, 2015, Tuesday // 14:12 | Viewed: 2097

EU Mulls Doubling of Triton Funds – German Interior Minister

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has expressed support for a proposal to double funding for the EU naval operation in the Mediterranean.

World » EU | April 20, 2015, Monday // 21:35 | Viewed: 1482

At Least Three Die in Latest Migrant Incident Off Rhodes Island

At least three people died in the latest incident involving migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea, which occurred on Monday off the Greek island of Rhodes.

World » EU | April 20, 2015, Monday // 14:31 | Viewed: 1430

EU Foreign Ministers to Discuss Med Incident

Foreign ministers of EU member states are set to discuss Sunday's incident in Mediterranean in which hundreds are feared dead.

World » EU | April 20, 2015, Monday // 08:23 | Viewed: 1358

Finland's Juha Sipil? Wins General Vote

Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb has admitted defeat in parliamentary elections held in the country on Sunday, with his party coming second.

World » EU | April 20, 2015, Monday // 07:41 | Viewed: 1581

Ex-Businessman to Win Finland Parliamentary Election

Juha Sipila, a former IT businessman who headed the Center Party a few years ago, is set to win Finland's general poll held Sunday.

World » EU | April 19, 2015, Sunday // 22:54 | Viewed: 1169

Finland Voting for Parliament in Tough Times for Economy

Polls suggest the center-right opposition could defeat conservative National Coalition Party in the vote that is being held across Finland on Sunday.

World » EU | April 19, 2015, Sunday // 13:41 | Viewed: 2101

EU Parliament Calls on Turkey to Recognise Armenian Genocide

The European Parliament (EP) adopted a resolution on Wednesday, which calls on Turkey to recognise the Armenian genocide.

World » EU | April 16, 2015, Thursday // 16:08 | Viewed: 2092

EU Commission Accuses Google of Breaching Antitrust Rules  

The European Commission said on Wednesday it has opened antitrust proceedings against Google over what it alleged was abuse of a dominant position.

World » EU | April 15, 2015, Wednesday // 15:53 | Viewed: 1544

EU to File Antitrust Charges against Google

The EU is widely expected to accuse on Wednesday US search giant Google of abusing its dominant market position.

World » EU | April 15, 2015, Wednesday // 10:47 | Viewed: 1358

Lithuania Suspends Russian TV Channel for Three Months

The Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission suspended on Wednesday the broadcasting of the Russian-language TV channel RTR Planeta for a period of three months.

World » EU | April 9, 2015, Thursday // 14:25 | Viewed: 1896

EU Needs to Change Asylum Rules to Address Refugee Influx, Avramopoulos Says

The European Commission is looking into options to change its immigration rules to address a rise in the number of illegal migrants entering the EU, Migration Commissioner  Dimitris Avramopoulos has said.

World » EU | April 7, 2015, Tuesday // 17:00 | Viewed: 2036

Czech President Rebukes US Envoy over Victory Day Remarks

Czech President Milos Zeman has harshly criticized US Ambassador Andrew Shapiro after the latter commented on the head of state's decision to visit Russia on May 9.

World » EU | April 6, 2015, Monday // 08:16 | Viewed: 7662

The Telegraph: Greece Planning Nationalising Banks, Issuing Parallel Currency

Greece is drawing up plans to nationalise banks and introduce a parallel currency to pay salaries and pensions unless the eurozone softens its demands for austerity measures, according to Britain’s The Telegraph .

World » EU | April 3, 2015, Friday // 12:07 | Viewed: 2186

Member States Divided as EU Abolishes Milk Quotas

The European Union abolished milk quotas on Tuesday after they had been in existence for more than 30 years, a decision which caused division among member states.

World » EU | April 1, 2015, Wednesday // 12:07 | Viewed: 2494

British Parliament Dissolved as Election Campaign Begins

British Parliament was formally dissolved on Monday as the campaign for the forthcoming general election in the UK was officially unveiled.

World » EU | March 30, 2015, Monday // 15:16 | Viewed: 1772

Romanian President Appoints New Finance Minister

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis appointed on Monday Eugen Teodorovici as the country's new Finance Minister.

World » EU | March 30, 2015, Monday // 14:28 | Viewed: 1242

MEPs Endorse EUR 1.8 B Aid Package for Ukraine

The European Parliament on Wednesday approved EUR 1.

World » EU | March 25, 2015, Wednesday // 21:38 | Viewed: 1234

Lithuanian President, Parliament Approve Reintroducing Military Conscription

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite signed on Monday a legal amendment, which reintroduces military conscription in the country.

World » EU | March 23, 2015, Monday // 16:20 | Viewed: 3655

New Pro-Russian Party Emerges in Poland

A new pro-Russian party called Zmiana, which means “change”, emerged on the political scene in Poland.

World » EU | March 23, 2015, Monday // 15:05 | Viewed: 2381
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