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Leftist Syriza MPs to reject new EU deal ; Russia to extend ban on Western food imports until early 2016; Armenians protest...

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Leftist Syriza MPs to reject new EU deal

The new deal set to be agreed on between Athens and its creditors has triggered strong reactions within Syriza. Many MPs are opposed to it, and said they would reject it, jeopardising the Greek government's stability. EurActiv Greece reports.


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Russia to extend ban on Western food imports until early 2016

Russia plans to extend a ban on Western food imports for six months starting in early August, and may add new products to the list, in retaliation for extended European sanctions against Moscow, officials said on Monday (22 June).

Armenians protest electricity prices

Several thousand people protested in the Armenian capital Yerevan on Monday (22 June) against a recent decision to raise electricity prices. Media reported police violence and arrests.

Kazakhstan hails completion of 'historic' WTO accession talks

Kazakhstan's president on Monday (22 June) hailed the "new horizons" opening up to his country after the former Soviet state completed nearly two decades of talks on joining the World Trade Organisation.

New NATO force to deter Russia

The United States said yesterday (22 June) it would contribute special operations forces, intelligence and other high-end military assets to a new NATO rapid response force that aims in part to deter any future actions by Russia.

Lancet study: Climate change can destroy 50 years of health and development

Climate change poses a threat so serious that it could reverse the last 50 years of progress in global health and development, a report published today (23 June) in The Lancet has warned.

Germany's minimum wage effect: Fewer workers receiving unemployment aid

Effective since the beginning of 2015, the minimum wage seems to be paying off, with government statistics showing that fewer workers have been dependent on the Hartz IV unemployment benefit since the start of the year. EurActiv Germany reports .

Bavaria up in arms over Hendrick’s nuclear waste plans

The German government has settled with the country's four nuclear companies on four interim storage facilities for radioactive waste that is currently stored abroad, but Bavaria is up in arms over the decision. EurActiv Germany reports .

Hopes for Greece rise but debt relief remains sore point

Greece’s international lenders raised hopes for a desperately needed bailout agreement this week to save Athens from default and a possible euro exit, despite failing to reach a deal at talks on Monday night (22 June).

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.

Dijsselbloem says new Greek proposals raise deal prospects

The meeting on Greece between eurozone finance ministers in Brussels ended after only a few hours on Monday (22 June), but Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said the new Greek proposals sent this morning give an opportunity to reach a deal this week.

UK ruling on private copying highlights contested part of EU copyright talks

A British court ruled on Friday (19 June) against legal copying of music for private use. A judge sided with UK music industry groups in the case, saying exceptions to copyright law introduced by the UK government last fall would damage rightsholders.

EU heavyweights go extra mile for Greece

France and Italy will do whatever it takes to support Greece. But the patience of other eurozone countries is wearing thin, even if the political and financial cost of Grexit would be far greater than another postponement the country's debt repayments. EurActiv France reports .

Russians go to fight in Ukraine ‘out of emotions’

The secretary of Russia's security council said today (22 June) it is impossible to stop Russians from going to fight in Ukraine because they are guided by "emotions."

Mogherini announces launch of naval operation

The EU launched a naval operation against human traffickers in the Mediterranean today (22 June). Dubbed "EUNAVFOR Med" its mission is to identify, capture and dispose of vessels used to smuggle refugees to Europe.

Group of British business leaders plans campaign for EU exit

A group of British business leaders and entrepreneurs are preparing to launch a campaign for Britain to leave the European Union at a planned membership referendum, a major donor to the UK Independence Party said.

FC Barcelona, Real Madrid antitrust case to be decided 'at the end of summer'

Margrethe Vestager, the EU's Competition Commissioner, will make a decision in the cases concerning alleged illegal state aid to the football clubs FC Barcelona and Real Madrid by the end of the summer, the Commissioner revealed in an interview Monday (22 June).


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Irish trade minister: 'UK referendum is a worry for Ireland'

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