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US prosecutors meet Boeing, crash victims as criminal-charges decision looms

EURACTIV News - Sun, 2024-06-30 05:02
US prosecutors are meeting with Boeing and fatal-crash victims' relatives as a 7 July deadline looms for the Justice Department to decide whether to criminally charge the planemaker.
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Khamenei protege, sole moderate to battle in Iran’s presidential run-off

EURACTIV News - Sun, 2024-06-30 04:45
A moderate lawmaker will face Iran supreme leader's protege in a run-off presidential election on July 5 after the country's interior ministry said on Saturday (30 June) that no candidate secured enough votes in the first round of voting.
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Thousands march in Paris Pride ahead of elections

EURACTIV News - Sun, 2024-06-30 04:32
Tens of thousands of people took part in the big annual pride march in Paris on Saturday, with LGBT rights groups saying they fear discrimination if a far-right government takes power following the country's election.
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Clashes erupt as far-right AfD states aim to govern Germany

EURACTIV News - Sun, 2024-06-30 04:22
The far-right AfD declared its ambition to rise to power in Germany as its party congress kicked off Saturday (29 June) with clashes between hooded demonstrators and police, just weeks after it scored record EU election results.
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EU signs €1 billion financing deal with Egypt as part of migration deal

EURACTIV News - Sat, 2024-06-29 16:15
The European Commission on Saturday (29 June) signed €1 billion in macro-financial assistance with Egypt, part of a previously agreed funding package to help Cairo pursue substantial economic reforms.
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UK PM Sunak slams racist slur by Farage party campaigner

EURACTIV News - Sat, 2024-06-29 04:49
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Friday (28 June) denounced the use of a racist slur against him by an anti-immigration Reform UK party campaigner, as the general election campaign entered its final straight.
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Biden acknowledges age, bad debate performance but vows to beat Trump

EURACTIV News - Sat, 2024-06-29 04:26
Joe Biden said on Friday (28 June) he intended to defeat Donald Trump in the November presidential election, giving no sign he would consider dropping out of the race after a feeble debate performance that dismayed his fellow Democrats.
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Putin kills off Nuclear Forces Treaty signed by Gorbachev and Reagan

EURACTIV News - Sat, 2024-06-29 04:14
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday (28 June) that Russia should resume production of intermediate and shorter range nuclear-capable missiles and then consider where to deploy them.
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Top EU court upholds Commission’s decision on anti-competitive behaviour in perindopril market

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 15:19
The EU’s Court of Justice (CJEU) has upheld a Commission decision from 2014 to fine companies involved in anti-competitive behaviour in the pharmaceutical sector.
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EU Commission demands information from Temu and Shein on illegal products, user protections

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 15:16
The European Commission formally requested information on Friday (28 June) from online marketplaces Temu and Shein on measures taken to comply with online safety regulation Digital Services Act (DSA).
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The Brief – When politicians don’t want the top jobs

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 14:17
In Brussels, politicians haggled over top jobs this week. In Dublin, nobody will take them.
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UK Labour Party ready to ban bottom fishing once in power

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 13:50
The UK Labour Party, widely expected to win the general election on 4 July, has announced that it will ban bottom fishing in all national marine protected areas, a move that could strain EU-UK relations two years ahead of the renewal of their trade agreement.
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Effort sharing: EU countries split on major climate law

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 13:47
The EU’s second major climate law, the effort sharing framework which tasks richer countries with reducing emissions more strongly than poorer ones, is under fire just as the European Commission is on the cusp of enforcing it.
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Danish carbon tax on agriculture, a model for the rest of Europe or a splendid one-off?

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 13:20
The question of how to reduce emissions from agriculture remains very much open, and the clock is ticking for the EU to become carbon neutral by 2050.
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France’s mysterious two-round voting system, explained

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 12:46
French voters go to the polls this Sunday (30 June) for the first round of snap legislative elections – but the country’s two-round first-past-the-post system makes projections complex and political tactics numerous, ultimately benefiting the surging far-right.
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Challenges remain for new Commission in defining future EU agrifood policies [Advocacy Lab Content]

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 12:11
Striking a balance between the needs of farmers, consumer demands and sustainability will likely define the agrifood policies during the new European Commission mandate.
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Emmanuel Macron, Marine Le Pen clash over French EU commissioner pick

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 11:45
The leader of the French far-right Rassemblement National Marine Le Pen said again that it is her party's role to choose the future French EU Commissioner, showing muscle against the President, two days before the legislative elections.
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Telcos vs Big Tech, Breton’s future

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 11:36
Welcome to Euractiv’s Tech Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. 
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EU pushes back on IMF criticism of ‘inward-looking’ industrial policies

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 11:29
A senior EU official pushed back on the IMF's recommendation that countries should pursue policies that encourage the diffusion of new technologies, arguing that the EU must sometimes introduce “protecting” measures to ensure its own economic security.
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EU needs a common sustainable food systems framework, says Europe’s industry chief

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2024-06-28 10:50
The EU should provide food chain operators with a common framework for food systems that aligns all industry players towards sustainability, Dirk Jacobs, FoodDrinkEurope's director general, told Euractiv in an interview.
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