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Leading EPP lawmaker to challenge new EU livestock emissions rules in final vote

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 09:24
Centre-right MEPs could obstruct the extension of new EU rules on industrial emissions to more pig and poultry farms during a final vote at the European Parliament next Tuesday (12 March).
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We must say no to China’s salami-slice style of unilateral change to Taiwan’s ‘status quo’

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 09:00
In Europe and around the world, opposition to China's unilateral changes to the status quo in the Taiwan Strait has become a general consensus. It is a critical element in maintaining peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific and beyond, writes Roy Lee.
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Russian commander warns Ukraine conflict could escalate into full-scale war in Europe

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 07:17
A senior Russian military officer has warned that the conflict in Ukraine could escalate into a full-scale war in Europe and said the probability of Moscow's forces becoming involved in a new conflict is increasing "significantly."
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Fico says Czechia has ‘interest’ in supporting Ukraine war, after Prague burns bridge

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 07:00
In today’s edition of the Capitals, find out more about German Federal States demanding progress on outsourcing asylum applications to third countries, Kyiv proposing temporary trade restrictions with the EU in exchange for a Russian grain import ban, and so much more.
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Russia hits Ukraine’s port of Odesa during Zelenskyy and Greek PM visit

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:55
A Russian missile missed Ukraine's president and the prime minister of Greece by hundreds of metres on Wednesday (6 March) when it slammed into port infrastructure in the Black Sea city of Odesa.
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EU calls Albania to uphold ‘due process’ after ethnic Greek mayor convicted for vote buying

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:35
In a decision that is expected to raise tensions between Athens and Tirana, an Albanian court sentenced Fredi Beleri, a mayor from the country’s Greek minority, to two years in prison for vote buying.
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Swedish leaders travel to Washington ahead of NATO accession

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:34
Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson and Foreign Minister Tobias Billström left for Washington on Wednesday, where the country is expected to formally join NATO in the coming days.
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Azerbaijani police raid offices of independent TV station

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:34
Azerbaijani police on Wednesday (6 March) raided the offices of a TV station, the interior ministry said, in the latest sign of a crackdown on independent media.
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Bulgarian public opinion of Putin turns negative after Navalny death

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:24
Most Bulgarians are convinced that the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was directly caused by Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime, leading to increased negative perceptions of Putin and Russia, a national poll published on Wednesday by Bulgarian consultancy Alpha Research found.
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Croatian PM sees no threat in centre-left opposition

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:24
Ten left-wing and centrist parties have formed the “For a Better Croatia” coalition, led by the centre-left Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP/S&D) - a new formation that centre-right HDZ leader and Prime Minister Andrej Plenković has already dismissed as a threat ahead of the parliamentary elections.
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Bulgaria’s GERB leader accuses coalition partners of provoking early elections as government resigns

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:23
Bulgarian centre-right leader Boyko Borissov (GERB) on Wednesday accused his partners in the ruling PP-DB coalition of “provoking early elections” by hastily submitting the government’s resignation.
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Czech concerns over costs and delays cast shadow on French EDF nuclear bid

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:19
In the race to secure a nuclear unit tender for the Dukovany power plant, Czechia express concerns over cost overruns and delays, casting a shadow on French company EDF’s bid.
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Kyiv proposes temporary trade restrictions with EU in exchange for Russian grain import ban

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:15
Ukraine is ready to accept temporary trade restrictions with the EU provided the bloc imposes a ban on Russian grain imports, Ukrainian Trade Minister Taras Kachka told the Financial Times.
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Chinese FM blasts US, criticises EU, defends Russia ties

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:14
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi lashed out against the US, criticised the EU and praised his country's partnership with Russia on Thursday (7 March), in a wide-ranging press conference where he called the war in Gaza a "disgrace for civilisation".
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Sánchez navigates controversial amnesty bill changes to secure separatist support

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:11
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez accepted changes to the text of the controversial amnesty bill on Wednesday - the latest version of which is almost certain to be approved on Thursday - to satisfy the Catalan separatists who remain key to the government’s stability.
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Italy presses ahead with nuclear as energy transition tool after 30-plus-year hiatus

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:10
The Italian Chamber of Deputies will launch a major inquiry into how nuclear energy could help Italy reach its energy transition goals, a significant step as the country remains the only G7 nation not operating nuclear power stations, having shut down the last plant over 30 years ago.
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French left party LFI unveils EU election list

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:05
Radical-left La France Insoumise (LFI, GUE/NGL) unveiled its EU election list on Wednesday, and although it remains incomplete and has yet to be voted on by party members, it includes all outgoing MEPs as well as some new faces.
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German Federal States demand progress on outsourcing asylum applications to third countries

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:03
In a lasting dispute over asylum policy between the German federal states and the government, the states have now made demands to proceed with outsourcing asylum applications to third countries, setting a deadline for the government.
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Fico says Czechia has ‘interest’ in supporting Ukraine war, after Prague burns bridge

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 06:03
Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has dismissed Czechia’s decision to suspend intergovernmental consultations due to Bratislava’s apparent pro-Russian stances by claiming they ‘just want peace’ while accusing Prague of having an ‘interest’ in supporting the war in Ukraine. Czech Prime...
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Top US sanctions official delivers warning to Austria on Russia

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2024-03-07 05:56
A top US sanctions official will visit Austrian authorities as well as Raiffeisen Bank International on 7-8 March, the US embassy to Austria said on Wednesday (6 March), ratcheting up pressure on the biggest Western bank in Russia.
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