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22-Jun-2015
 

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EU welcomes 11th hour Greek proposal

The European Union welcomed new proposals from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras as a "good basis for progress" at talks today (22 June) where creditors want 11th-hour concessions to haul Athens back from the brink of bankruptcy.

Telecoms increase pressure on Brussels

Orange, Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica have launched a new demand for reform in the EU telecommunications sector. They want new regulations to be extended to the Internet providers that piggyback on their services. EurActiv France and La Tribune report.

EU foreign ministers to agree on Mediterranean intelligence operations

EU foreign affairs ministers will today (22 June) agree on an intelligence gathering operation, the first phase of the bloc’s response to the burgeoning migration crisis in the Mediterranean, but military action against people smugglers will depend on the support of Libya’s National Unity Government and the United Nations.

Recent News

EU's 'Five Presidents' lay out eurozone vision, with timetable

As Greece threatens new shocks for the eurozone, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and four other top EU officials have laid out a vision for the common currency involving tighter control from Brussels.

Spain's Socialists draft Pedro Sánchez as PM candidate

Spain's opposition Socialists yesterday (21 June) named party leader Pedro Sánchez to run for prime minister in a general election, due by the end of the year, which is expected to be a close race against the ruling conservatives and newcomer parties.

Cyberattack grounds Polish airline carrier

A cyberattack against Polish flagship carrier LOT grounded more than 1,400 passengers at Warsaw's Frederic Chopin Airport in what an airline spokesman described as the "first attack of its kind".

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.

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Interviews

Higgins: Digital Single Market strategy needs to safeguard cross-border data flows

For a successful Digital Single Market, European policies need to guard the ICT sector against discrimination and promote transparency, says John Higgins, Director General of DigitalEurope, in an interview with EurActiv Germany.

Solana: A wake-up call for a European Defence Union

After years of focusing on the economic crisis, the European Union should become aware again that it also has other responsibilities, says former EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana in an interview with EurActiv Germany.

MEP McGuinness: There's no clear EU policy response to inactivity

SPECIAL REPORT / There is no clear EU policy response to inactivity, as it cuts across a number of policy areas from education to health to workplace to environment, says Mairead McGuinness.

LinksDossiers

The UK's EU referendum: On the path to Brexit?

Following the Conservative Party’s victory in the 2015 general election, the UK is set to hold an in/out referendum on its membership of the European Union before the end of 2017.

Opinion / Analysis

Journalists and publishers must unite to create a eurozone press

Populists hit out at an "Anglo-Saxon" EU, Russia spreads propaganda, media concentration increases as revenues move to Google and Facebook. Christophe Leclercq gives a candid view on how publishers and politicians can help Europe’s press prevail.

Circular Economy: Landfill restriction needed

The Circular Economy is the buzzword of the moment in Brussels. But we need to make sure that our focus on “keeping the materials in the circle” does not distract us from our other objectives, argues Karl Foerster.

The UK is sinking

Coastal nations are threatened by growing tides. Ahead of the UN climate change talks, they need to push for a deal that caps global temperature from rising more than 2°C, writes Ian Duncan.

Infographics

Getting Europe Moving

A new study shows the costs of ‘doing nothing’: the inactivity time bomb is killing 500,000 Europeans, and costing over € 80 billion per year. ISCA (International Sport & Culture Association) is campaignin to get 100 million Europeans to move more by 2020. Read the full report and find out what you can do to help get Europe moving at http://inactivity-time-bomb.nowwemove.com .

TradeMarks 2015: What makes associations effective?

The TradeMarks survey measures the extend to which Brussels policy leaders believe associations are effective. The survey was conducted by APCO Insight, in collaboration with EurActiv.

INFOGRAPHIC: The facts about asylum seekers in Europe

Although Germany and Sweden are not front-line countries exposed to immigration, they were among those receiving the largest number of asylum seekers in 2014.

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