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Several hurt in clashes at Turkey’s Brussels consulate

25-04-2018

Several people were injured and taken to hospital after supporters and opponents of the Turkish government clashed outside the country's consulate in central Brussels on Thursday (30 March), Belgian police said.

Enlargement 14-11-2018

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Enlargement 14-11-2018

Budapest warns about increasing Russia, Turkey and US influence in the Balkans

The increasing influence of Moscow and Ankara in Western Balkans has raised eyebrows in the center-right political parties, which urge for a revival of EU aspirations in the region.
A Boeing 737-800 Next Generation (NG) aircraft is pictured on the website of Dobrolyot [Photo: Dobrolyot]
Transport 28-05-2018

Low-cost Russian airline suspends flights due to EU sanctions

A low-cost airline run by Russian national carrier Aeroflot said on Sunday (3 August) it will suspend all flights after its plane lease agreement was cancelled when the European Union slapped sanctions on Moscow over its role in the Ukraine crisis.
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Agrifood 28-04-2018

Russia’s sanctions threaten both EU farmers and policymakers

Russia's food import ban has become a big problem for Europe's farmers, and its central bank policymakers. From Polish apples to French pork and Greek peaches, exporters to Russia may either have to slash prices, or destroy their own produce.
Economic governance 20-04-2018

European Economic Forecast: ‘Sunny’ with a “chance” of uncertainty

EU economies are expected to grow throughout 2018. The upturn is the first time in almost a decade that member states have collectively experienced positive growth.
Development Policy 14-07-2017

[MONDAY] UN Food Organization deputy general: ‘Famine is back’

EXCLUSIVE/ At the launch of the Global Report on Food Crises 2017, Daniel Gustafson, the Deputy Director General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, warned that 108 million people are in “food crisis” around the world.
Development Policy 14-07-2017

[8 !APRIL!] Putting to bed Roma myths

Over the last two decades Valeriu Nicolae has heard many opinions about Roma. Here he dissects the best (!) of them.
Central Europe 31-03-2017

Topolánek: Europe shouldn’t follow German dreams

It's better to depend on Germany than on Russia. Still, if the future of European leadership is either Merkel or Schulz, it’s a choice between a bad and worse, Mirek Topolánek told EURACTIV Poland.
Economy & Jobs 31-03-2017

EIB vice-president: ‘Despite Brexit, Europe has much to celebrate’

Despite Brexit, the threat of populism and the hostile winds blowing from Washington, the European Union has "much to celebrate", the European Investment bank’s Vice-President Román Escolano said in an interview with EuroEFE.
Armenia 31-03-2017

The modern Armenia must leave nobody behind

Armenia has come a long way since regaining its independence in 1991. Years of steady growth following the collapse of the Soviet Union have significantly raised the living standards of Armenians, writes Gagik Tsarukyan.
31-03-2017

Trans-Europe Express live

Sent out every Friday at noon, TEE gives you an insider's view of the most important coverage from across the Euractiv Media Network, its Media Partners and much more. Read and connect the local to the global in European politics.
Economy & Jobs 31-03-2017

Media and entertainment businesses appeals to G7 for copyright protection

An association of media and entertainment businesses including the BBC Worldwide, Mediaset, Canal+, Bundesliga and UEFA, has made an appeal to G7 culture ministers to take decisive action against internet piracy, which they say represents a risk to their future growth.
Enlargement 31-03-2017

Kosovo’s president bows to pressure on his army plan

Kosovo's President Hashim Thaçi on Thursday (30 March) gave up on his plans for a rapid transformation of the nation's defence force into an army, ceding to strong opposition from Western allies.
Elections 31-03-2017

Russian ‘propaganda on steroids’ aimed at 2016 US election: Lawmaker

Russia mounted a campaign of "propaganda on steroids" seeking to influence the 2016 US presidential election, the top Democrat on the US Senate Intelligence Committee said yesterday (30 March), listing several areas of concern about possible links to Republican Donald Trump's campaign.
Elections 31-03-2017

Putin supports far-right to divide Europe: Timmermans

Vladimir Putin is cozying up to the far-right to divide Europe, the European Commission's Vice President Frans Timmermans said yesterday (30 March), a week after France's Marine Le Pen met with the Russian leader.
Agrifood 31-03-2017

Vella: ‘By 2020, Mediterranean fish stocks should be subject to data collection’

The collection of accurate fish stock data in Mediterranean waters is a necessity for small-scale fishermen’s long-term survival, Karmenu Vella told EURACTIV.com in an interview. 
Development Policy 31-03-2017

Development still a non-issue in French election

Three of the top five candidates for the French presidency have said they will boost development spending to meet the international target of 0.7% of gross national income (GNI). But not all agree on what this spending should cover. EURACTIV France reports.
30-03-2017

Stop the political point-scoring and take human rights seriously

Are Turkey, Germany and the Netherlands crying wolf on human rights? There’s a legal route for countries that take human rights seriously, writes Başak Çalı.
30-03-2017

Orban attacks the European Court of Human Rights

Speaking today (30 March) at the annual congress of the European People’s Party (EPP) in Malta, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán fiercely attacked migration, calling it a “Trojan Horse of terrorism.” He also attacked the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
Europe's East 30-03-2017

The French elections, seen from Ukraine

Ahead of France's presidential election, Ukraine's experience shows that opinion polls may be skewed by underlying hatred of the ruling classes and institutions. Vadym Omelchenko warns that ultra-conservatism stands to gain in the end.
Armenia 30-03-2017

Armenia gears up for ‘milestone’ parliamentary vote

Armenia votes in landmark legislative elections Sunday (2 April) for the first time since the adoption of constitutional reforms aimed at transforming the ex-Soviet country into a parliamentary republic.
30-03-2017

Senate intelligence leaders pledge bipartisan Trump-Russia inquiry

The Republican chairman of the US Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday (29 March) promised a thorough investigation into any direct links between Russia and Republican President Donald Trump during his 2016 run for the White House.
Elections 30-03-2017

US senator warns of Russian interference in French election

The head of the powerful Senate Intelligence Committee warned yesterday (29 March) that Russia is interfering in the French election just as it did in the US presidential campaign last year.
Brexit 30-03-2017

Spain to host southern EU leaders Brexit meeting

Spain will host a gathering of southern European Union nations on 10 April to discuss Britain's negotiations to leave the bloc, the Spanish government said yesterday (29 March).

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