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China: Greece is our problem, too

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday (29 June) that the Greek crisis was of great concern for Beijing, as it had consequences for the world’s financial stability.

Social media watchdog: Twitter is the gateway drug for extremists

Twitter is turning a blind eye to the extremists who use the platform to recruit, according to the Counter Extremism Project (CEP).

Merkel blames Tsipras for bailout deadlock

As the blame game intensifies, German Chancellor Angela Merkel accused Athens of refusing to compromise, saying no one can get 100%, while Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel was even tougher on the Greek government. EurActiv Germany reports .

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Juncker makes last minute offer to Greece

Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made a last-minute offer to Athens in a bid to reach a bailout agreement before the deadline expires today (30 June), European Union and Greek government sources said.

Russia softens positions in Ukraine gas talks

Russia envisages concessions in talks concerning the gas price for Ukraine, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Monday. Trilateral gas talks between the EU, Russia and Ukraine will be held in Vienna today (30 June).

Waste key to global climate protection, German study says

Growing amounts of waste put an increasing burden on the climate, particularly in newly industrialising countries, where greenhouse gas emissions are rising, according to a new study for the German environment agency. EurActiv.de reports

WHO re-classifies Agent Orange herbicide as 'carcinogenic'

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified the common herbicide 2.4-Dichlorophenoxyacet acid as "possibly carcinogenic to humans". EurActiv France reports.

MEPs give TTIP proposal a second try

The European Parliament Trade Committee decided on Monday (29 June) to give a non-binding resolution on the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) a second vote in plenary.

Ukraine, creditors trade accusations before key talks

The Ukrainian Finance Ministry kept up pressure on creditors yesterday (29 June) before key restructuring talks, blaming a bondholder group for the deadlock in negotiations.

Live: Grexit? The endgame

Should they stay or should they go? Athens and the Troika try to come to a final agreement that would allow Greece to stay in the EU, and retain what's left of its welfare state. EurActiv reports, in real time.

Juncker asks the Greeks to vote yes for Europe

From the Commission press room, President Jean-Claude Juncker turned directly to the Greek people today (29 June) in a dramatic message ahead of the 5 July referendum, calling on them to vote yes for Europe, irrespective of the question asked.

Greek crisis divides European Socialists

Syriza’s call for a July referendum has revealed strong divisions within the Socialists & Democrats group. EurActiv Greece reports.

Armenian president tries to defuse electricity protests

Armenian authorities threatened Sunday (28 June) to forcefully break up a protest against rising electricity prices and police brutality after the president announced concessions in a bid to calm tensions.

Pro-EU candidate wins Chisinau election

The incumbent pro-European Union mayor of the capital of Moldova won the runoff vote against a pro-Russian opponent on Sunday (28 June), securing a third term in office, the country's electoral commission said Monday.

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Interviews

Beyrer: No market access, no deal with China

On the eve of the EU-China summit, the director-general of BusinessEurope, Markus J. Beyrer, tells EurActiv that Beijing needs to move on market access "because European companies are less willing to invest if you don't tick that box".

Stathakis: 'We have made more reforms in five months than previous governments did in five years'

Giorgos Stathakis, Greece's Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism, spoke to La Tribune about his country's negotiations with its creditors.

Chinese envoy: A bilateral investment deal with the EU is in sight

In an exclusive interview with EurActiv, the Chinese Ambassador to the EU says next week's EU-China summit will accelerate work to achieve progress.

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TTIP’s regulatory maze

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), dubbed a second-generation trade deal in the wake of the moribund WTO Doha negotiations, seeks to go beyond conventional tariffs and quotas, by strengthening the international order through greater regulatory cooperation.

Opinion / Analysis

A desperate Greek referendum, with dire consequences

As Greeks are queuing up at banks, the spirit of national division is rising and the Greek drama has reached its final and most painful stage, argues Pavlos Vasilopoulos. The few days that remain will shape the Greek and European future in an extremely poisonous environment.

Taking on bullies in the workplace

The EU must take more concrete measures in the fight against bullying in the workplace, argues Elissavet Vozemberg.

It's time to recognise community currencies

Local authorities and municipalities across Europe are increasingly turning to innovative approaches to meet continuing socio-economic challenges, writes Leander Bindewald.

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