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Three former prime ministers of Italy say Biden should drop re-election bid

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:54
US President Joe Biden must drop his re-election bid or Donald Trump is sure to return to the White House, former Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi said on Wednesday (3 July).
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Czech report warns against Russian tactics to undermine support for Ukraine

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:44
In today’s edition of the Capitals, find out more about Poland reportedly scaring Belarus with new trade measures, Bulgaria's Boyko Borissov failing to form a new government, and so much more.
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China’s Xi greets EU Council president-elect ahead of EV tariffs taking effect

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:41
China's President Xi Jinping made a congratulatory call on Thursday (4 July) to incoming European Council President Antonio Costa, Chinese state media said, a few hours before European Commission curbs on Chinese electric cars are scheduled to take effect.
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New Cuban radar site near US military base could aid China spying, think tank says

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:27
Cuba is building a new radar site likely to be capable of spying on the US Guantanamo base, a Washington think tank found using satellite images, the latest upgrade to the country's surveillance capabilities long thought to be linked to China.
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Russia declares a Romanian diplomat persona non grata

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:20
Russia declared a member of the Romanian embassy in Moscow persona non grata in response to Romania's decision to do the same to a Russian diplomat at the end of May, Romania’s Foreign Ministry announced Wednesday.
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Borissov fails to form government, dimming chances of avoiding snap vote

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:19
Bulgaria's parliament on Tuesday rejected the government proposed by the country's largest party, plunging the EU's poorest country into another political crisis and greatly diminishing the prospects of avoiding the seventh general election in just over three years.
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EU funds for Slovakia at risk as penal reform’s contentious parts get constitutional OK

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:17
Slovakia's Constitutional Court has ruled that most of the criticised changes to the country's Criminal Code are constitutional and can be implemented, a decision that could potentially jeopardise Slovakia's access to EU funds.
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Poland scares Belarus with trade measures – media reports

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:16
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has held close government meetings to discuss how to deal with the new in-depth checks on goods which Poland has introduced as a measure to slow down the flow of goods from Belarus, Polish media report.
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Iberian leaders agree to negotiate energy interconnections with France

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:15
Portugal and Spain have agreed to participate jointly in meetings with France on energy interconnections, arguing that the issue is a European one and not just one between the Iberian peninsula and France, the environment ministers announced on Wednesday.
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Spain’s VOX denies blocking party of far-right ‘rising star’ from joining ECR

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:13
Spanish far-right party VOX has rejected claims from Luise "Alvise" Perez, viewed as the 'rising star' in Spain's far-right scene, that his party SALF has been denied entry into the EU's conservative ECR group.
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Uncertainty hovers over Italy’s M5S bid to join the EU Left

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:13
As Italy's Five Star Movement (M5S) looks to Thursday's decision on its membership of the European Parliament's Left group, it remains to be seen whether its controversial past deals in a previous government with Matteo Salvini's Lega will make the EU group look the other way.
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Czech report warns against Russian tactics to undermine support for Ukraine

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:08
Czechia has been subjected to targeted information operations aimed at reducing support for Ukraine, a recent report by the Czech National Centre for Combating Organised Crime (NCOZ) has revealed.
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Russian regulator encourages use of crypto to counter sanctions

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 05:04
Russia's central bank told businesses they should use "multiple choice solutions" including cryptocurrencies and other digital assets to facilitate payments with foreign partners to counter Western sanctions imposed over the Ukraine conflict.
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Security and migration: How a Labour government would seek to woo the EU

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 04:53
With the UK Labour Party leading in the polls by a 20 point lead over the incumbent Conservative Party, a change in government following Thursday’s (4 July) snap general election seems inevitable and is likely to have a positive impact on somewhat icy post-Brexit UK-EU relations.
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In Astana, Erdoğan offers help to end Russia-Ukraine war

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 04:48
Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan told Russia's Vladimir Putin on Wednesday (3 July) that Ankara could help end the Ukraine-Russia war, but Putin's spokesman said Erdoğan could not play the role of an intermediary in the 28-month-old conflict.
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UN rights chief warns about rise of far-right in Europe

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 04:16
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on Wednesday (3 July) called for vigilance in the face of far-right political gains in Europe, citing narratives that dehumanise migrants and asylum seekers.
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Russia targets social media during French legislative campaign

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 04:11
Russian disinformation campaigns are targeting social media to destabilise the French political scene — currently in a legislative campaign — by steering it more towards the "extremes" and fragmenting the so-called "Republican front", a study found.
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NATO members increasingly nervous over risk of French far-right entering government

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 04:05
NATO members are increasingly concerned about the risks to the cohesion of the Western military alliance posed by the possible entry of the French far-right into government, and whether Paris' influence and commitment to Ukraine could wane in the near future.
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German coalition needs ‘painful’ compromises as it misses first 2025 budget deadline

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 04:01
Germany’s three-party government coalition did not manage to reach an internal deal on the 2025 draft budget by Wednesday (3 July), which had previously been named as the deadline for an internal agreement, as differences over potential spending cuts prove difficult to bridge.
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What do the UK elections mean for the EU?

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-07-04 04:00
UK citizens head to the polls today for a general election widely expected to end the 14 years of Conservative rule and return the Labour Party to power, prompting questions about what it will mean for the EU-UK relations and why - while Europe is shifting to the right - the UK is turning left.
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