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Majority of Germans Want More Protection From Globalization

57 percent of the people in Germany want the government to put more effort into protecting the country’s economy from foreign competitors, according to a new study, The Local reports.

World » EU | April 20, 2018, Friday // 10:41 | Viewed: 2843

EU Clears Landmark Trade Agreement with Japan

Cheaper Japanese cars and European cheese are on the way as the EU’s trade agreement after the European Commission announced on April 18 that it had cleared the way for an Economic Partnership Agreement with Tokyo, New Europe reports.

World » EU | April 20, 2018, Friday // 10:36 | Viewed: 3059

Brussels Bans the Broadcast of World Cup Football Matches in the Center of the City

No big screens will go up in public places in Brussels-Ixelles for Football World Cup 2018, but football lovers will be able to see the Red Devils in action on giant screens in Molenbeek and Jette.

World » EU | April 19, 2018, Thursday // 16:55 | Viewed: 3602

The EC Offers Mandatory Fingerprints in ID Cards

The European Commission proposes to make the fingerprints obligatory in the identity cards of EU citizens as the next measure in the fight against counterfeiting of documents, Emil Radev, MEP, told BNR.

World » EU | April 19, 2018, Thursday // 15:13 | Viewed: 2798

Merkel, Macron Meet to Plot Euro Zone Reform Road Map

The leaders of Germany and France meet on Thursday to try to work out a common position on reforming the euro zone, a sensitive issue that is testing the new government in Berlin just a month after it took office, Reuters reports.

World » EU | April 19, 2018, Thursday // 14:42 | Viewed: 2166

EU Parliament Demands Zuckerberg Answer Questions in Person

The European Parliament on Wednesday demanded Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg appear in person to answer questions about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, rejecting his offer to send a more junior executive in his place.

World » EU | April 19, 2018, Thursday // 10:00 | Viewed: 2541

EU Should Open Up to West Balkans: European Commission

The European Union must open up to accepting new members from the Western Balkans to avoid the return of war in the region, president of the European Commission said on Tuesday, quoted by Anadolu Agency.

World » EU | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 15:12 | Viewed: 2402

Pace of EU Accession Depends on Progress on Reforms, Dialogue

The pace of the EU accession talks between Brussels and Belgrade continues to depend on progress in the reform process in Serbia, as well as on the dialogue on normalisation of relations with Pristina, says the European Commission report on Serbia's progr

World » EU | April 17, 2018, Tuesday // 11:56 | Viewed: 1885

The EC Added New Requirements for Free WiFi Internet for Municipalities

The European Commission has added new requirements to the necessary documents for municipalities to fund WiFi4EU public internet projects.

World » EU | April 16, 2018, Monday // 11:55 | Viewed: 3322

Mark Zuckerberg Summoned to Testify in front of EU Lawmakers

CNBC - Mark Zuckerberg should testify in person in front of European lawmakers to show that he understands the sensitivities of privacy in the region, a top European Union official told CNBC Friday.

World » EU | April 13, 2018, Friday // 16:35 | Viewed: 4492

Poisoned Yulia Skripal Has Been Discharged From British Hospital

Yulia Skripal has been discharged from a British hospital, the BBC reported on Tuesday, just over a month after being poisoned with a nerve agent along with her father Sergei, a former Russian double agent, quoted by Reuters.

World » EU | April 10, 2018, Tuesday // 12:02 | Viewed: 3515

Russia Warns UK it is 'Playing with Fire and will be Sorry' Over Salisbury Spy Poisoning

Russia's ambassador to the United Nations has warned British officials they are "playing with fire" and will be "sorry" over their response to the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter in Salisbury, Independent reported.

World » EU | April 6, 2018, Friday // 11:35 | Viewed: 2634

New Cars in the EU Will Have an Automatic Connection with Emergency Help

The obligation to place all new cars and small trucks in the European Union on the eCall system has come into force on 31st March, the Italian Ajgi agency reported.

World » EU | April 2, 2018, Monday // 16:00 | Viewed: 5229

Small Majority of French People See Rail Strike as Unjustified

A rolling strike against railway reforms that is expected to cause traffic chaos is not justified, according to a small majority of French people in a poll published on Sunday, Reuters reports.

World » EU | April 1, 2018, Sunday // 14:39 | Viewed: 5687

Euobserver: Germany Eyes First Federal Migrant Repatriation Centre

Germany is set to create its first federal migrant repatriation centre over the summer, reports EUobserver.

World » EU | March 31, 2018, Saturday // 11:11 | Viewed: 5472

The Start of the European Prosecution will Cost EUR 5 Million

The draft budget of the European Public Prosecutor's Office for 2019 will be nearly five million euros.

World » EU | March 27, 2018, Tuesday // 14:37 | Viewed: 2725

Carles Puigdemont Detained by German Police

Former Catalan premier Carles Puigdemont has been detained by German police as he crossed the border from Denmark.

World » EU | March 26, 2018, Monday // 10:34 | Viewed: 3714

Czech PM Babis Says will 'Probably' Expel Russian Spies

The Czech Republic will “probably” kick out Russian diplomats, Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Friday after the European Union backed Britain in blaming the poisoning of a former Russian spy in England on Moscow, according to Reuters.

World » EU | March 23, 2018, Friday // 15:08 | Viewed: 2875

The European Union Will Lift Visas for Kosovo by the End of 2018

 Kosovo Parliament Speaker, Kadri Veseli, talking to T7 TV channel says the European Union will lift visas for Kosovo by the end of 2018, Gazeta Express reported.

World » EU | March 22, 2018, Thursday // 13:59 | Viewed: 3275

Croatia Pushes Treaty on Violence Against Women Despite Protests

The Croatian government urged parliament on Thursday to ratify a European treaty designed to combat violence against women despite opposition within the ruling party, among conservative groups and from the local Catholic Church.

World » EU | March 22, 2018, Thursday // 13:57 | Viewed: 6263

French Rail Strike Turning into Major Challenge For Macron

A showdown between French railway workers and President Emmanuel Macron’s government grew more threatening on Tuesday after an internal labor union message suggested rail workers could paralyze services even outside of official strike days.

World » EU | March 21, 2018, Wednesday // 17:19 | Viewed: 3516
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