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Hungary calls for a new EU action plan on organ donation and transplantation

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 08:31
Ahead of a high-level ministerial conference on organ donation in Budapest, the Hungarian presidency of the Council of the EU presents its view on the need for a new action plan on organ donation.
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Ukraine’s Zelenskyy remains cautious to address potential Trump return

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 06:51
Ukraine's allies cannot and should not wait until the US election in November to take action to repel Russia's President Vladimir Putin, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged on Tuesday (9 July).
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German senior ministers torpedo compulsory military service plans

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:48
In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Bulgaria arresting a pro-Russian politician for leaking state secrets, German senior ministers torpedoing compulsory military service plans, and so much more.
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Spanish Supreme Court shelves terrorism investigation against Puigdemont

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:44
Supreme Court judge Susana Polo agreed on Tuesday to close the case against several defendants in the so-called "Democratic Tsunami" case, in which Spanish courts investigated whether violent demonstrations by Catalan separatist groups following the conviction of several people responsible for orchestrating the 2017 secession attempt were acts of terrorism.
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NATO looks at how to make itself ‘war-ready’

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:31
NATO leaders' new defence plans, which will require record-high military spending, will face scrutiny when they meet on Wednesday (10 July) to discuss ways to ramp up the alliance's defence capabilities. 
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Russian and Chinese hackers targeted Czech cyberinfrastructure – report

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:16
Strategic Czech institutions saw four hostile intrusions or attempted intrusions into their cyber systems last year, an annual report by the National Agency for Cyber and Information Security (NÚKIB) has revealed.
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Pro-Russian politician in Bulgaria arrested for leaking state secrets

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:16
Zlatomir Dyovlensky, a local leader of the National Russophile Movement in Plovdiv, was arrested on suspicion of leaking state secrets in yet another case involving movement, whose national leader has been on trial for espionage for Russia since 2022.
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German senior ministers torpedo compulsory military service plans

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:07
German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD/S&D) could be forced to water down a new conscription model to be introduced in 2025 after senior ministers from the junior coalition partner FDP said they would not support compulsory elements.
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Italy’s Meloni at crossroads after far-right Le Pen’s defeat

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:03
The defeat of Marine Le Pen's Rassemblement National in the second round of the French parliamentary elections has put Italy’s hard-right Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in front of a dilemma: follow the “pragmatic” approach or be driven by her “identitarian relapses” as one analyst described.
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Spanish Supreme Court shelves terrorism investigation against Puigdemont

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:03
Spain's Supreme Court on Tuesday decided to shelve an investigation into alleged terrorism crimes against former Catalan separatist president Carles Puigdemont after a judge previously closed the case due to a procedural error.
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Europe-China cooperation in personalised medicine: paving the way for a scientific common path [Promoted content]

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:00
Within the Sino-Eu PerMed Project three delegation visits were organised to foster and increase cooperation between China and Europe. As a result of these visits a policy brief on ethical legal and societal aspects in personalised medicine has been published.
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A false start is not an option for the EU AI Office

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 05:00
The European Commission's artificial intelligence (AI) office should ensure a multi-stakeholder process when drafting rules for general-purpose AI, writes Kris Shrishak.
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US rejects Russian accusations of plotting ‘regime change’ in Georgia

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 04:42
Russia's foreign spy agency accused the United States on Tuesday (9 July) of plotting "regime change" in Georgia after the South Caucasus country holds a parliamentary election on 26 October, a claim Washington called "completely false."
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Waiting for a new French government, Brussels can breathe a bit

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 04:30
The Left's victory in the French parliamentary elections has given Brussels a brief respite, even if the road to a coalition government in France is still long and uncertain.
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Von der Leyen seeks safe majority to the left amid collapsed trust

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 04:11
The political balances that emerged after the EU elections have changed the initial plans of Ursula von der Leyen to seek support for her reelection from the right and now turns to Greens to find a safe majority. However, trust remains a thorny issue. 
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NATO boosts Ukraine’s air defence as concerns over future course of war grow

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 04:05
NATO leaders on Wednesday (10 June) pledged more advanced air defence capabilities and offer more F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine to counter Russia's intensified missile strikes on the country.
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Unity, Ukraine and the future of NATO at the DC Summit

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 04:00
All eyes this week are on the NATO summit taking place in Washington, DC, to mark the military alliance’s 75th anniversary with a collective message about unity.
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EU Commission’s tariffs could boost EV relocation to Europe

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 03:50
"It can happen that after the tariffs this process [of localisation] is accelerating," Hungarian Minister for National Economy, Márton Nagy, said following an informal meeting of EU competitiveness ministers in Budapest on Tuesday (9 July). 
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India’s Modi tells Putin that ‘heart bleeds’ over deaths of children in war

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 03:46
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday (9 July) that the death of innocent children was painful and terrifying, a day after a lethal strike on a children's hospital in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
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Russian court orders Yulia Navalnaya’s arrest in absentia

EURACTIV News - Wed, 2024-07-10 03:32
A court in Moscow on Tuesday (9 July) ordered Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of late Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny, arrested in absentia for two months.
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