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The Brief – What’s the point of Charles Michel?

EURACTIV News - 2 hours 23 min ago
It’s been a difficult few months for the EU since the bloc's top jobs were divided up – Brexit, migration, climate change and a full-blown pandemic. It amounts to the biggest test of Charles Michel's career.
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Brexit no deal could ‘severely disrupt’ agrifood sector

EURACTIV News - 2 hours 28 min ago
The failure to conclude a trade agreement between the EU and the UK would have serious consequences for the agrifood sector for both parties, according to a joint statement released by major EU agrifood stakeholders on Thursday (4 June).
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EU to start opening external borders from July

EURACTIV News - 2 hours 34 min ago
The European Union will fully open internal borders by the end of June and begin lifting restrictions on travel to and from other countries in July, EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson said on Friday (5 June).
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EU unable to curb biodiversity loss on farmlands, auditors say

EURACTIV News - 2 hours 42 min ago
The EU's decade-long policy effort to reverse the biodiversity loss has not come to fruition, the European Court of Auditors (ECA) warned in a report published on Friday (5 June).
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No breakthrough in Brexit stalemate, admits Barnier

EURACTIV News - 3 hours 20 min ago
The stalemate on EU-UK trade talks remains unbroken both sides conceded on Friday (5 June), with the EU again accusing London of attempting to back-track on its commitments made in the Withdrawal Agreement that took the UK out of the bloc in January.
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Lack of rule of law threatens Bulgaria’s economic recovery

EURACTIV News - 3 hours 55 min ago
According to the World Bank, it turns out to be easier to do business in post-Soviet Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Russia than in EU member Bulgaria, writes Joël Ruet. Joël Ruet is the chairman of The Bridge Tank As...
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Biomass can contribute to sector integration in Green Deal

EURACTIV News - 4 hours 49 min ago
Member states can integrate their Energy and Climate plans into the Common Agricultural Policy to develop sustainable and resource-efficient biomass value chains, write David Chiaramonti and Calliope Panoutsou. Sector integrated biomass policies at national level will facilitate prioritisation within geographic...
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EU lawmakers demand condemnation of police brutality in Europe

EURACTIV News - 4 hours 58 min ago
A group of 118 MEPs have called on the European Commission to condemn police brutality within the EU and convene an anti-racism summit on combatting structural discrimination in Europe, while urging member states to unblock an anti-discrimination law that has been stuck in the Council for 12 years.
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EU code of practice on disinformation ‘insufficient and unsuitable,’ member states say

EURACTIV News - 6 hours 45 min ago
A coalition of EU member states have hit out at the bloc's efforts to stem the spread of disinformation, calling the self-regulatory framework currently in place "insufficient and unsuitable."
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Berlin parliament passes anti-discrimination law targeting public authorities

EURACTIV News - 7 hours 12 min ago
Berlin's state parliament on Thursday (4 June) passed a controversial law that aims to hold public authorities to account for acts of discrimination, EURACTIV Germany reports.
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CAP budget, meat sector struggles, wine package

EURACTIV News - 8 hours 58 min ago
Welcome to EURACTIV's AgriFood Brief, your weekly update on all things Agriculture & Food in the EU.
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Policy brief: Energy sector integration

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 23 min ago
“Sector coupling” is the new energy buzzword in town. In essence, it means bringing energy supply closer to large consuming sectors such as transport, buildings and industry in search of more renewables, greater efficiency, and lower carbon emissions. With its...
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Greece ‘more than sea and sun’, says PM in tourism launch

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 35 min ago
Greece is "more than just sea and sun," the country's PM said Thursday (4 June) as a campaign was launched to resurrect its tourism-dependent economy from the coronavirus lockdown.
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US protests reignite Belgian colonialism debate

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 39 min ago
In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about the Czech Republic lifting all its travel restrictions with border countries, Italian beachgoers who are not cohabitants having to maintain distances, including in water, and so much more.
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Serbia vows to continue campaign revoking the recognition of Kosovo’s independence

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 40 min ago
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić said on Thursday (4 June) that information suggesting that Serbia would put an end to its campaign revoking the recognition of Kosovo’s independence was untrue, although diplomatic sources in Brussels have confirmed it to reporters,...
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BELGRADE – Serbia-Hungary deal on new energy projects

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 41 min ago
Serbian and Hungarian electricity companies signed an agreement in Budapest on Thursday (4 June) at a ceremony attended by Serbian Mining and Energy Minister Aleksandar Antić and Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó. The agreement aims to establish a regional electricity...
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ZAGREB – Growing opposition to court ruling

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 42 min ago
An increasing number of people are opposing the ruling of Croatia’s High Misdemeanour Court, which decided on Wednesday (3 June) that the chant “For the Homeland Ready” at the start of a song by popular singer Marko Perkovic Thompson does...
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WARSAW – Polish government wins confidence vote

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 43 min ago
Addressing the Polish Sejm on Thursday (4 June), Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told the opposition they should recall his government if they have enough votes or “stop festering and inventing alternative subjects” for political disputes. Morawiecki had tabled a vote...
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MADRID – Spanish healthcare workers praised

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 43 min ago
Spanish healthcare workers have been given the country’s prestigious Princess of Asturias Award for Concord this year for their efforts in tackling the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  “Spanish health care workers in direct contact with COVID-19 patients comprise the frontline in...
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HELSINKI – Chasm opens between main government parties

EURACTIV News - 10 hours 44 min ago
A poll published on Thursday (4 June) shows that the popularity of the government’s two main parties is moving in opposite directions, which could lead to growing tensions once politics return to normal, as well as the possible break-up of...
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