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EU warns Iran nuclear deal at ‘critical juncture’

33 min 20 sec ago
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has warned the Iran nuclear deal is at a "critical juncture", as Tehran's moves to breach it threaten efforts to get the US back on board.
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Energy majors re-route LNG supplies from Europe to Asia

43 min 27 sec ago
Global energy majors including Royal Dutch Shell and Total are expected to benefit most from January’s gas price spike, beating rival trading houses and non-integrated producers thanks to their access to multiple sources of the fuel.
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Gazprom bond prospectus acknowledges risk over Nord Stream 2

57 min 44 sec ago
Russian gas producer Gazprom has acknowledged in a Eurobond prospectus seen by Reuters on Tuesday (19 January) that there are risks that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project may be suspended or scrapped amid political pressure.
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Outcry in Italy at call for more vaccines for rich regions

1 hour 10 min ago
The idea that richer areas should get a bigger share of coronavirus vaccines sparked an outcry on Tuesday (19 January) in Italy, one of the countries worst hit by the pandemic.
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As Russia’s repression grows, the West needs to react

2 hours 25 min ago
There needs to be a change in strategy towards Russian repressions and brutality both inside and outside of its borders, writes Pavel Havlicek. The new US administration of Joe Biden is an opportunity in this context, he argues.
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The mystery of Bulgaria’s ‘golden passports’ deepens

2 hours 36 min ago
Bulgaria keeps delivering “golden passports” to wealthy non-EU foreigners in return for 'investment', but it turns out that in most cases, such investment does not materialise, so the country gains little and may even risk an infringement procedure from Brussels. EURACTIV Bulgaria reports.
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EU should assert ‘own interests and principles’ for greater strategic autonomy, says MEP

3 hours 43 min ago

In an interview with EURACTIV France, MEP Raphaël Glucksmann (S&D) speaks about the EU and China agreeing on 30 December in principle on a Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CIA) after the French presidency assured on Monday that China's human rights "commitments" would be "very scrupulously checked".

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Slovak recovery plan for country’s digital sector remains unaddressed

3 hours 44 min ago
The Slovak government has emphasised the need to support the digital sector, where the country is lagging behind, but the first plans of the "reform menu", presented in October, do not specifically address it.
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Carbon capture is vital to meeting climate goals, scientists tell green critics

7 hours 24 min ago
Engineers and geologists have strongly criticised green groups who last week claimed that carbon capture and storage schemes – for reducing fossil fuel emissions – are costly mistakes. EURACTIV's media partner, The Guardian, reports.
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Pubs threaten uprising in Bulgaria

8 hours 36 min ago
In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Bulgaria's restaurants and nightclubs threaten to flout coronavirus restrictions, the newly elected CDU chair not being that popular in the polls, and so much more.
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Kosovo unveils rule of law strategy

8 hours 38 min ago
The US Embassy in Pristina has welcomed the unveiling of the strategy and action plan for the Functional Review of the Rule of Law and urged the new government, once formed, to adopt the final documents and implement all recommendations...
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Woman may have tried to sell Pelosi laptop to Russians, FBI says

8 hours 38 min ago
US law enforcement is investigating whether a woman took a laptop from US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office during the 6 January siege of the Capitol and tried to sell the device to Russian intelligence.
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Tirana and Athens agree on preventing border illegalities

8 hours 40 min ago
US Ambassador to Albania, Yuri Kim, welcomed the agreement between Albania and Greece to jointly fight illegalities at their border crossing points, saying it was “good to see our friends working together to solve shared problems.”  Greece and Albania on...
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EU sees carbon border levy as ‘matter of survival’ for industry

8 hours 41 min ago
The European Union's proposed carbon border charge is essential to the survival of its own industries and the bloc will impose the levy on non-EU competitors unless they commit to lowering their emissions, the bloc's climate policy chief said on Monday (18 January).
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‘Electoral engineering’ in Mostar elections, says Bosnian Croat party leader

8 hours 43 min ago
There was “electoral engineering” during the elections in Mostar and it allegedly involved the Central Election Commission (CEC) of BiH, Dragan Čović, the leader of the biggest Croatian party in BiH, HDZ BiH, tweeted on Monday. In his tweet, Čović...
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Serbia’s economic achievements in 2020 are unfounded – former national bank governor

8 hours 45 min ago
Serbia’s economic achievements in 2020 are unfounded and are more in the domain of political propaganda than reality, Belgrade School of Economics Professor and former Serbian National bank governor Dejan Šoškić told the Nezavisnost (Independence) trade union’s web portal on...
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No-confidence vote against PM Janša to take place on Wednesday

8 hours 48 min ago
Slovenian parliament Speaker Igor Zorčič has rejected calls to postpone the vote on the no-confidence motion against the government of Prime Minister Janez Janša due to possible coronavirus infections. A vote of no-confidence should certainly be executed within the timeframe...
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Croatian government decides to support independent artists

8 hours 49 min ago
The government decided on Monday to financially support independent artists, the self-employed and independent culture professionals, tasking the finance and culture ministries with setting aside an additional €3 million this year as direct support to the culture sector. Speaking at...
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Vaccination faces online problems in Romania

8 hours 52 min ago
The anti-COVID vaccination campaign entered the second phase in Romania, but its rollout has been plagued by problems with appointment bookings. As of Friday (15 January), elders, chronic patients, but also essential workers may receive an inoculation, but users reported...
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Slovakia suddenly a frontrunner in renewable energies

8 hours 52 min ago
Slovakia suddenly became one of the EU’s leading countries when it comes to green energy consumption, according to new figures published by Eurostat based on 2019 data regarding household biomass consumption provided by Slovakia. The new figures show that Slovakia...
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