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Failure on ISDS could risk EU trade deal with China, says diplomat

Failure to secure agreement on the controversial investor state dispute settlement (ISDS) clause in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership could derail a future EU-China trade deal, diplomats have warned.

Moonlighting MEPs under scrutiny for conflict of interests

German MEP Birgit Collin-Langen (EPP) is quitting her second job on the board of energy giant RWE. Collin-Langen announced she'll leave RWE's board after an investigation came out on Wednesday (18 June) that put MEPs' additional sources of income under the spotlight.

Commission unimpressed by Russia’s pipeline offensive

BREAKING / Russia and Greece signed a deal today (19 June) for a section of the Turkish Stream pipeline across Greece, and Gazprom announced plans to build two additional stretches to the Nord Stream gas pipeline.

Rightist coalition wins Danish election

An alliance of right-wing parties won the Danish general election on Thursday evening (18 June), in an extremely close race marked by the dramatic rise of the far-right Danish People's Party, which became the country’s second biggest political force.

Tusk calls emergency summit after Greek talks collapse

The EU called an emergency eurozone summit next week after Greek debt talks ended Thursday without a deal, sparking warnings of an "accident" that could push Athens out of the euro if there is no breakthrough by the end of the month.

War-torn Kosovar village faces new threat as World Bank considers coal power plant

HADE, Kosovo – In 1999, Serbian commandos wearing hoods over their heads and greasepaint on their faces entered this mountain village and executed five Muslim men ages 25 to 80. The soldiers forced the surviving inhabitants onto buses headed for Albania and Macedonia. Then they set nearly every home in Hade ablaze.

UN official: More development doesn’t mean less immigration

François Crépeau, Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants in the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said today (18 June) that the assumption that more development aid would reduce immigration was wrong.

Eurozone integration plans delayed by Grexit and Brexit threats

The urgency of the Greek crisis and the sensitivity of the UK to issues of eurozone integration have complicated the last-minute negotiations over the “five presidents’ report” on eurozone governance. Initially promised for earlier this month, the report will now be presented in late June. EurActiv France reports .

LIVE: Greece edging towards default?

Will Greece default? What about its status in the EU? EurActiv is publishing up-to-the minute news stories and analyses of the endgame drama.

Šefčovič: More enforcement, stricter rules to come on energy efficiency

EXCLUSIVE / Stricter EU energy efficiency and performance laws will be rolled out by the European Commission next year, and enforcement of existing regulation will be further stepped up, the bloc’s energy chief today (18 June) told EurActiv.

Partners tell Greece not to gamble with its future

Greece's leftist government faced a barrage of warnings yesterday (17 June) that it risked being forced out of the eurozone and left without support if it failed to strike a swift aid-for-reforms deal with its creditors.

Commission called to task on circular economy plan

The European Parliament’s Environment Committee has called on the EU executive to table a new, ambitious proposal on the circular economy, following the controversial withdrawal of a draft package by the European Commission last year.

Juncker’s tax 'fairness' plan consolidates his majority in Parliament

The European Commission presented an Action Plan on Wednesday (17 June) to reform corporate taxation in the EU. The largest political groups in the European Parliament reacted positively to the initiative, suggesting that Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has consolidated his powerbase among MEPs following the Luxleaks scandal.

OECD: Cardiovascular disease deaths declining in Germany

Mortality due to cardiovascular disease has decreased by around 60% in Germany, though more people die of heart attack and stroke than the OECD average, a recent study indicates. EurActiv Germany reports .

Facebook still top choice for social savvy MEPs, report shows

Out of the 11 social media platforms where the European Parliament has accounts, its biggest following—no surprise—are on Facebook and Twitter. Then there are Parliament accounts on Youtube, Foursquare, Instagram, Flickr, Pinterest, Vine, Spotify, Google+ and LinkedIn.

Hungary to build fence at Serbian border

Hungary will build a 4-metre-high fence along its border with Serbia to stem the flow of illegal migrants, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said today (17 June).

MEPs vote to protect geo-blocking from copyright reform

MEPs have watered down the report by Pirate Party member Julia Reda on copyright reform, refusing to accept the harmonisation of exceptions and asking the Commission to rethink the question of geo-blocking. EurActiv France reports .

Airline bosses call for fewer strikes, lower taxes

Airline bosses have called on the European Commission to legislate to reduce the number of ground air traffic control strikes, and on the European Union as a whole to lift “all unreasonable taxes” on aviation.

Greek central bank issues "Grexit" warning if aid talks fail

The Greek central bank warned on Wednesday (17 June) that the country would be put on a "painful course" towards default and exiting the eurozone if the government and its international creditors failed to reach an agreement on an aid-for-reforms deal.

Ministers reject Commission’s immigrant quota proposal

Meeting in Luxembourg yesterday (16 June), EU interior ministers rejected a plan by the European Commission to distribute 40,000 immigrants from Italy and Greece to the other member countries, according to quotas proposed by the EU executive.

Greater EU integration can tackle illegal posted workers


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