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French Greens’ top candidate wants ‘European pharmaceutical sovereignty’

1 hour 48 min ago
Marie Toussaint, the lead of the French Greens' campaign for the June European elections, presented a plan for a "European pharmaceutical sovereignty" at a press conference on Friday (19 April), after media reported that a French pharma company could be acquired by Indian buyers. 
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Survey finds health is top concern for voters

1 hour 56 min ago
Eurobarometer’s latest survey ahead of European elections in June shows that health is one of the top issues for voters.
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The Brief – The Gospel of Letta

2 hours 32 min ago
When former Italian prime minister Enrico Letta presented his long-awaited report on the future of the single market to European leaders on Thursday, he was careful not to play up its significance.  
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Commission changes view on controversial insecticide, set to propose zero residues in food

3 hours 25 min ago
In the next meeting on pesticides between the Commission and member states, on Monday and Tuesday, the bloc’s executive will table a regulation to slash to zero the insecticide thiacloprid residues in all food products, after having proposed to raise the limit of the maximum quantity of residues in imported food.
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Economic crisis exposes Germany’s ideological stalemate

4 hours 8 min ago
Germany is the worst-performing major economy in the world, but ideological differences within the governing coalition are preventing a strong response, one way or another.
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Russia aims to destroy Ukraine’s energy generation capacity

6 hours 8 min ago
After a first campaign of attacks on transmission infrastructures in 2022-23, Russia has recently started focusing its airstrikes on electricity-generating thermal and hydropower plants, causing an electricity deficit that may take years to make up for.
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Look at EU’s De-risking from China with the eyes of European Business Community [Promoted content]

6 hours 38 min ago
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz just concluded his three-day visit to China with a high-profile business delegation, which attracted great attention from both China and the EU.
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Attacks on the US LNG Pause are Dangerous and Unfounded – Here’s Why

6 hours 52 min ago
The recent decision by U.S. President Biden to temporarily pause approvals for upcoming LNG export projects to assess their impacts on human rights and environment has been attacked on both sides of the Atlantic. But the claims that the pause threatens EU energy security are completely unfounded; on the contrary, locking in decades of even more climate-wrecking fracked LNG is a danger for our energy security and our future as a whole.
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Potato sector sounds alarm over new seed marketing rules ahead of Parliament vote

7 hours 22 min ago
A Parliament proposal to ease new EU rules on seed marketing has sparked concern in the European potato sector, as stakeholders warn that the draft legislation could increase the transmission risks of crop diseases.
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Letta report and EU Deep Tech Stock Exchange, new ETSI director general elected

7 hours 57 min ago
Welcome to Euractiv’s Tech Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU.
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Between privacy and border control: Tech in the Migration Pact

9 hours 18 min ago
Last week, the EU Parliament voted to pass amendments to Eurodac, previously a fingerprints database, along with a new Migration Pact to boost border security.
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What’s next for EU power market, [Part One]

10 hours 8 min ago
The EU is about to ratify the Electricity market reform. But this major achievement could be only the first building block of the future European electricity system. Numerous adjustments will have to be made to ensure its resilience after 2030, or even a new reform. Analysis. 
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It will take an energy transition to keep the lights on in Ukraine

10 hours 26 min ago
In the wake of Russian strikes on critical elements of Ukraine’s electricity infrastructure, the nation faces the immediate challenge of keeping the lights on for its citizens, businesses and defence efforts — yet must also consider how to reconstruct its electricity system and make it more resilient.
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Ukraine seeks G7, NATO help for battered air defences

10 hours 33 min ago
Ukraine warned foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) major powers on Thursday they had to change strategy if they wanted Kyiv to withstand increasingly destructive Russian air assaults.
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Israel attacks Iran, drones reported over Isfahan

11 hours 4 min ago
Israel has attacked Iran, three people familiar with the matter said, as Iranian state media reported early on Friday (19 April) that its forces had destroyed drones, days after Iran launched a retaliatory drone strike on Israel.
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Slovak government scrambles for arguments amid EU farm subsidy delay

11 hours 7 min ago
In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about the Commission giving its greenlight to Stockholm's new diesel and petrol car-free zone, EU Home Affairs Commissoner Ylva Johansson getting wind of the heated Czech parliamentary debate on migration, and so much more.
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US stops UN from recognizing a Palestinian state through membership

11 hours 32 min ago
The US on Thursday (18 April) effectively stopped the UN from recognizing a Palestinian state by casting a veto in the Security Council to deny Palestinians full membership of the world body.
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Bulgaria likely won’t join eurozone in January 2025 despite government goal

11 hours 46 min ago
Bulgaria may join the eurozone at the end of 2025, Bulgarian National Bank Governor Dimitar Radev said on Thursday, missing the previous 1 January 2025 goal of the government and the main political parties in Sofia.
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Two Polish ex-ministers sentenced for abuse of power to run for MEP seats

11 hours 47 min ago
Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik, two former ministers sentenced for the abuse of power and pardoned by current President Andrzej Duda, will run in the European elections, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party announced Thursday.
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EU sees signs China supplying dual-use components to Russia, Dombrovskis says

11 hours 47 min ago
The EU sees signs that China is supplying components to Russia that could be used to make weapons, a top EU official said on Thursday (18 April).
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