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20,000 road deaths a year – European auditors call for closer coordination

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 13:14
Europe is way off track to meet its target of halving road deaths by 2030 (versus 2019), a new European Court of Auditors (ECA) analysis has concluded. Instead fatalities are projected to fall by just -25%, compromising Europe’s ultimate goal of close-to-zero road deaths by 2050.
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LIVE NOW! Media Partnership – Rebuilding Europe’s business case: working against the clock

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 13:00
Is the race for the future already run & lost? Find out at the launch of the latest edition of ERT’s bi-annual Competitiveness and Industry Benchmarking Report.
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If we want peace, we must prepare for war

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 13:00
As Europe faces the biggest security challenge since the Second World War, it must build its defence readiness, writes Charles Michel.
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EU Commission wants to strengthen farmers’ position in the food chain

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 12:21
The European Commission presented a set of ideas aimed at bolstering farmers in the food supply chain in a document shared with EU member states, responding to demands growers voiced in recent protests for fairer compensation for their work.
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Occupied Georgian region is ‘discussing’ becoming part of Russia

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 06:31
South Ossetia, a region that broke away from Georgia and calls itself an independent state, has discussed becoming part of Russia with Moscow officials, Russian news agency RIA cited the head of South Ossetia's parliament as saying on Sunday (17 March).
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German coalition cracks deepen over Ukraine policy

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 06:21
In today’s edition of the Capitals, find out more about the German coalition splitting over the country's Ukraine policy, the European Commission bemoaning Kosovo and Serbia for lack of progress on EU integration, and so much more.
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Protest erupts in eastern Cuba amid blackouts, food shortages

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 06:16
Hundreds in Cuba's second-largest city, Santiago, engaged in a rare public protest on Sunday (17 March), according to social media and official reports, prompting Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel to call for dialogue in an "atmosphere of tranquility and peace."
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Bulgarian nuclear experts question economic viability of new nuclear project

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 06:03
Bulgarian nuclear experts are questioning the economic feasibility of the country’s plan to build two US nuclear reactors at the Kozloduy nuclear power plant, raising questions on funding and whether the country has the means to purchase energy from these plants.
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CVD+D: why the EU needs a comprehensive cardiovascular-diabetes health plan [Promoted content]

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 06:00
This election year, Europe needs to step up action against the silent pandemic of diabetes. Whereas 32 million people in the European Union currently live with diabetes, this figure is set to rise to 33.2 million by 2030.
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Polish arms industry to receive funding for ammunition production, sparks criticism from opposition

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:58
The Polish arms industry will receive about €2 million for ammunition production under the European Commission’s decision, compared to €170 million for German companies, an issue the Polish opposition says the government needs to explain.
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Catalan socialist leader to seek ‘reconciliation’ with Madrid ahead of May elections

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:58
Former health minister and Catalan Socialist Party candidate Salvador Illa has vowed to usher in a new era of ‘hope’ for the Spanish region and help it overcome its troubled relations with Madrid if he is to be elected in the regional elections on 12 May, he announced on Saturday.
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French far-left vows to take on bloc’s ‘warmongers’ ahead of EU elections

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:55
French far-left party La France Insoumise (LFI) vowed to be the only party that can credibly secure “peace” amid a Europe of “warmongers” at its first EU election rally on Saturday.
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South Korea’s Yoon warns of tech threat to democracy at summit

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:51
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol on Monday (18 March) called fake news and disinformation based on AI and digital technology threats to democracy, as his country hosted a gathering of senior officials including from UK, the EU and the US.
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Romania’s far-right snatches first place, Germany’s AfD drops: EU elections projection

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:50
Despite a clear far-right surge at the EU level, national parties' power continues to fluctuate. While Romania’s AUR reaches the top of polls, cornering the governing socialist-conservative coalition, Germany’s AfD loses ground to the radical-left Sahara Wagenknecht’s alliance.
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Putin warns the West a Russia-NATO conflict is just one step from WW3

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:39
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned the West on Monday (18 March) that a direct conflict between Russia and the US-led NATO military alliance would mean the planet was one step away from World War Three but said hardly anyone wanted such a scenario.
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Ukraine’s EU accession will have more benefit than cost, says PM Shmyhal

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:30
Ukraine’s future accession to the bloc will bring more benefits than costs, and EU member states should approve the next formal steps later this week, the country’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal told Euractiv. “We are waiting and wishing to have...
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Polish court sides with Czechs, cancels environmental assessment of controversial mine

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:30
A Polish court has come to the defence of Czech citizens by overturning the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the Turów mine, a controversial Polish open-cast mine near the Czech border.
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EU agrees to controversial €7.4bn migration deal with Egypt

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:28
European leaders and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi have struck a deal to curb migration from Egypt, with the EU bloc agreeing to provide €7.4 billion in aid until 2027 to help manage migrant flows and boost the economy – a move criticised across the political spectrum, especially in Italy.
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German coalition cracks deepen over Ukraine policy

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:28
Germany’s governing coalition is increasingly divided over the country’s Ukraine policy, with Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) caught in the crossfire by its coalition partners due to softening its stance on support for the war-torn country.
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France’s EDF faces uphill battle as Europe’s demand for nuclear reactors grows

EURACTIV News - Mon, 2024-03-18 05:24
France's EDF has recently come under fire for increasing project costs and delays, while problems with its existing fleet of reactors have resurfaced. Euractiv looks at what this means for the state-owned energy giant as the industry appears to be in full swing.
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