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Riots erupt in Dublin after children stabbing blamed on migrants

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2023-11-24 05:38
Three young children were among five people injured in a knife attack in Dublin on Thursday that sparked riots in the city centre and which police have not yet ruled out any motive over, including whether it could be terror-related.
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Czech conservatives block euro adoption despite country’s readiness

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2023-11-24 05:34
The Finance Ministry, which is in the hands of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS, ECR), and the National Bank, believes Czechia should meet the main criteria to adopt the euro next year, but they do not recommend any steps to...
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Germany rushes to assure allies about defence spending

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2023-11-24 05:33
Germany’s €100 billion special fund to boost its defence capabilities will not be affected by an emergency budget freeze, the Defence Ministry clarified on Thursday following the uncertainty caused by a court that ruled parts of Germany’s spending commitments unconstitutional....
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Le Pen says Dutch can decide their EU future as ‘Brits did’

EURACTIV News - Fri, 2023-11-24 05:32
Dutch people should have a say on their EU future as the British did several years ago via a referendum, France’s far-right politician Marine Le Pen said on Thursday following the victory of Geert Wilders’ Party of Freedom (PVV, Identity...
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Confusion, contradictions surround saga of medicine access and innovation study

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 18:46
Clear contradictions, confusing communication and questions about the involvement of a major pharmaceutical lobby group in the publishing and unpublishing of a medical study filled the room at the latest meeting of the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA).
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EU countries call for ‘overarching and comprehensive evaluation’ of data protection law

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 17:50
The EU Council of Ministers considers the data protection framework a ‘success’ and does not call for a reopening of the legislation but a comprehensive evaluation next year, according to its position seen by Euractiv.
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Sánchez urges Netanyahu to work towards creation of ‘viable Palestinian state’

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 16:30
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez urged his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday (22 November) to offer the Palestinian people a perspective of peace and not only a military response to the Hamas terrorist attack,  Spanish government sources told EFE.
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The Brief – Qatar, the cunning state

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 15:20
Some countries are called “cunning states”. Cunning means the quality or skill of being clever at planning something to reach your goals, even by tricking others. Qatar is often referred to as a “cunning state”.
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Designing better digital services for citizens [Promoted content]

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 15:00
This series from Amazon Web Services (AWS) focuses on guiding public sector organisations through successful digital transformation processes, and is based on key findings from the AWS Institute. This final instalment explains how organisations can look to overcome traditional silos and design digital services that more effectively serve the needs of citizens.
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The little-noticed vote to change the EU treaties

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 14:57
Dear readers, Welcome to EU Politics Decoded where Benjamin Fox and Eleonora Vasques will bring you a round-up of the latest political news in Europe and beyond every Thursday. In this edition, we look at how MEPs quietly voted to...
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Commission okays €900 million for Hungary in bargain over Ukraine aid veto

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 14:34
The European Union executive on Thursday (23 November) approved €900 million in advance payments to Hungary under its hitherto frozen share of recovery funds, as the bloc seeks to overcome Budapest's veto of aid to Ukraine.
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Europe court condemns Poland over Wałęsa agent claims

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 13:58
Europe's top rights court on Thursday (23 November) ruled Poland violated Lech Wałęsa's human rights in a case stemming from allegations the celebrated pro-democracy leader was a Communist agent collaborating with security services.
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The draft regulation on packaging waste stokes fears about impact on forests

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 13:49
In the run-up to this week's vote in the European Parliament on the draft packaging waste regulation, a Euractiv event looked at the impact of packaging on Europe's forests. Here are the key points.
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Schulz: The ‘progressives’ struggle with internal divisions, vague messages

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 13:48
The right-wing camp in Europe always presents a united front regardless of internal differences, while the progressive forces are divided and do not know how to articulate and effectively communicate their messages, said Martin Schulz, former president of the European Parliament.
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NATO urges members to build military Schengen

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 13:04
NATO has warned its members that too much red tape is hindering troop movements across Europe, a problem that could cause major delays were a conflict with Russia to erupt.
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Assault on the Rule of Law in Spain [Promoted content]

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 13:00
The rule of law is being hit hard in Spain by Pedro Sanchez with a proposed amnesty law that violates the separation of powers and the equality of citizens; provoking an unprecedented democratic, massive, and peaceful response.
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Commission and pharma industry in dispute over R&D incentives

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 13:00
The European Commission argues that the upcoming pharmaceutical revision must not favour incentives to industry over the availability of medicines, while drug manufacturers warn that in pharmaceutical research and development, Europe is already lagging behind major global competitors, the United States and China.
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Rome, Berlin plan massive hydrogen pipeline to Africa

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 12:55
Italy and Germany want to circumvent the Alps by transforming gas pipelines into ones capable of carrying hydrogen, a clean burning gas that Berlin hopes will aid it in decarbonising its industry.
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European Parliament kills off mangled EU pesticide reduction plan

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 08:48
The European Parliament has outright rejected a proposal on the EU’s pesticide reduction plan, effectively killing off the regulation in a move lamented by green groups but celebrated by EU farmer associations.
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EU tables new regulation to track climate threats to forests using satellites

EURACTIV News - Thu, 2023-11-23 08:20
The European Commission on Wednesday (22 November) proposed a forest monitoring system that will use satellites to track threats such as climate change-fuelled wildfires and illegal logging.
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