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From mobile phones to robotic arms – changing healthcare in war settings

2 hours 56 sec ago
Delivering healthcare in conflict-hit areas has changed over the decades, thanks to technological developments. EURACTIV spoke to doctors with longstanding experience in the field to see how the sector has evolved.
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Car batteries could kick-start the European raw materials recycling market

3 hours 52 min ago
While most of the waste that could be recycled is currently shipped to Asia, the EU’s batteries regulation could help kick-start the European recycling market for Critical Raw Materials.
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Co-managing city assets to improve the quality of democracy

4 hours 40 min ago
European cities and their residents are increasingly using collaborative tools which allow inhabitants to participate in the design and management of city assets, a practice which, according to experts, can create more democratic societies and markets.
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Russia seeks to meet ‘existential threats’ in new foreign policy doctrine

4 hours 47 min ago
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday (31 March) that the country faced "existential threats" to its security from "unfriendly states" as he presented President Vladimir Putin with an updated foreign policy doctrine.
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Kenya’s President Ruto urges EU to ramp up green energy investment

4 hours 50 min ago
Kenya's President William Ruto has urged the EU and national governments to increase investment in African clean energy infrastructure to ensure Africa’s most important partner in the energy transition.
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The Brief — Great waiting game

5 hours 13 min ago
Russia’s war in Ukraine has been a wake-up call in many ways, but three months into this year, there is a gloomy feeling that we’re constantly waiting for things to happen.  Over a year since the war started, few analysts...
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Agrifood Brief: Spill the milk

5 hours 27 min ago
A European Parliament resolution to support children’s ‘healthy diets’ – touched by Qatargate and caught in between Farm to Fork disputes – is slowly taking shape as the Commission’s clock to close food flagship files keeps ticking. It might have...
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Ex-guerrilla chief and ex-president of Kosovo Thaci faces war crimes trial on Monday

5 hours 50 min ago
Former Kosovo president Hashim Thaci, considered a hero by compatriots for leading the 1998-99 insurgency against Serbian rule that led to independence, will go on trial on Monday (3 April) for alleged war crimes during the conflict.
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Greens to elect a ‘spitzenkandidat’ for next EU elections

6 hours 17 min ago
The European Greens will officially elect a candidate for the European Commission presidency ahead of next May's European elections, a process known as ‘spitzenkandidat’, a senior party source told EURACTIV on Friday (31 March).
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Italian data protection authority bans ChatGPT citing privacy violations

6 hours 19 min ago
The Italian privacy watchdog mandated a ban on the popular chatbot ChatGPT and launched an investigation on its provider OpenAI for suspected breaches of EU data protection rules. Italy’s Garante for the protection of personal data on Friday (31 March)...
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Voices from the field: The future of Ireland’s sustainable farming

6 hours 29 min ago
Tucked away in the heart of Ireland in the sleepy rural village of Cloughjordan, you’ll find an eco village which hosts ‘Feeding Ourselves’, an annual gathering of farmers and environmentalists to discuss the future of sustainable agriculture. A number of...
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Cyber Resilience Act: Leading MEP proposes flexible lifetime, narrower reporting

7 hours 23 min ago
The EU lawmaker spearheading the Cyber Resilience Act has produced a draft report pitching the removal of time obligations for products' lifetime and limiting the scope of reporting to significant incidents, among other significant changes.
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French youth mobilise against pensions reform, but want much more

7 hours 29 min ago
Young people across France are increasingly mobilising against President Emmanuel Macron's pensions reform, which they see as the 'last straw' amid issues of police brutality, a saturated labour market, green issues and 'anti-youth' reforms.
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WOMEN IN THE AGRIFOOD INDUSTRY – How cross-gender collaboration impacts a successful transformation of the sector [Promoted content]

9 hours 34 min ago
Agrifood sector contributes to a great extent to climate change – 1/3 of all food purchased is wasted, 1/3 of all GHG emissions comes from the food industry and only 1/3 of the freshwater withdrawals are attributed to other sectors of the economy.
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Tech Brief: AI Act committee vote set, Germany’s sense for data retention

9 hours 53 min ago
Welcome to EURACTIV’s Tech Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.    “It’s a delicate balance.” -A European Parliament official Story of the week: The European Parliament’s IMCO and LIBE committee...
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Study: Russian embassy in Sofia most impactful in spreading propaganda

10 hours 4 min ago
In the Balkan region, Russian embassies are very active spreading propaganda on Facebook, but the Russian embassy in Sofia has by far the biggest impact on society, a study presented in Brussels on Thursday (30 March) revealed.
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A year of major political reforms in Kazakhstan

10 hours 21 min ago
By successfully holding the early parliamentary and local elections on 19 March, four years into the presidency of Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Kazakhstan has completed an overhaul of its political system in the wake of the tragic turmoil that shook the country back in January 2022, writes Berik Uali.
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Vulkan Files reveal Russia’s cyberwarfare strategy

10 hours 32 min ago
A Russian cybersecurity company that calls the Kremlin and its agencies clients, has been laid bare in a cross-border investigation following a disgruntled employee's leak of thousands of internal documents, giving a unique insight into Moscow's modus operandi.
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Turkey ratifies Finland’s NATO bid, Sweden kept waiting

11 hours 34 min ago
Turkey’s parliament approved a bill on Thursday night (30 March) to allow Finland to join NATO, clearing the way for the country to become part of the Western defence alliance, with Sweden kept waiting. Helsinki applied to join NATO less...
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EU cautious on summer payments of blocked funds to Hungary

13 hours 23 min ago
Hungary has made progress on bolstering guarantees of judicial independence but is "not quite there yet", and needs to improve democratic credentials in other areas before getting billions worth of blocked European Union funds, officials said on Thursday (30 March).
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