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10-Jul-2015
 

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Greek parliament debates Grexit tonight

A compromise for a third bailout, which would allow Greece, to stay in the eurozone, is within reach. It is now up to the Greek parliament to have the final word: if Greece stays in the euro, and in the Union, or if it leaves. The vote takes place tonight, 10 to 11 July.

Commission will provide food and medical aid to Greece

The European Commission may not be one of Greece's creditors, but the Vice-President for Budgets has said it will not stand idly by and watch the crisis unfold. EurActiv France reports .

Belgrade welcomes Srebrenica resolution dismissal

Serba was relieved by the UN Security Council's dismissal of a resolution on genocide in Srebrenica on Wednesday (8) July. EurActiv Serbia reports.

LIVE: The aftermath of Greece's 'No' vote

Should they stay or should they go? On Sunday (5 July), Greece held a referendum on the terms of a bailout package put forward by the Troika. EurActiv reports, in real time.

EU freezes funding for Moldova

Pirrka Tapiola, the head of the European Union delegation to Moldova, announced on Tuesday (7 July) that the EU would freeze financial aid until the country forms a new government. EurActiv Poland reports.

Greece submits reform plan two hours before midnight deadline

Greece laid out details of a new bailout plan to save it from the brink of financial collapse on Thursday night (9 July), offering a pensions overhaul and tax hikes in return for debt relief and a rescue loan from the eurozone.

Tax evasion to dominate Addis Ababa development conference

Stopping tax evasion in the Global South is a crucial step in raising development finance, but the issue has divided the international community. EurActiv France reports.

Copyright: MEPs ditch plans for Google Tax, tourist photo ban

Members of the European Parliament have struck down two controversial amendments from a report on copyright reform - rules over the right to take photos of buildings and an EU "Google Tax".

Podemos seeks political boost from Syriza victory

Spanish anti-austerity party Podemos, seen by many as the ideologically closest political force to Greece’s Syriza, is scrutinising how Prime Minsiter Alexis Tsipras' intransigent position with international creditors can bring political gains. EurActiv Spain reports.

MEPs weaken efficiency target in circular economy resolution

Members of the European Parliament stopped short of making resource efficiency targets binding in a resolution on the new package of EU waste, recycling and incineration laws, but called for more stringent environmental reporting rules to be imposed on national governments.

EU energy regulator to get enforcement powers

EU energy regulator ACER, until now largely toothless, will be given legal powers to enforce plans for a single energy market that breaks down national barriers under a proposal from the bloc's executive arm.

Role of private sector in development under fire

Governments increasingly are turning to private investors to build infrastructure and deliver public services, but European anti-poverty groups question the benefits of relying on this financing tool to achieve development goals.

‘Cynical’ EU blamed for 100,000 workplace-related cancers

The European Commission’s drive to simplify legislation for businesses – the Better Regulation Agenda – has come under fire from trade unions for blocking EU laws that could save thousands of lives per year.

European Parliament backs TTIP, rejects ISDS

Parliament adopted a resolution supporting the transatlantic trade deal on Wednesday (8 July), but rejected a key US demand for an extra-judicial arbitration mechanism. EurActiv France reports .

Opposition to Greek bailout growing in Merkel camp

A third bailout Greek package will be decided on before an emergency summit on Sunday (12 July). Opposition to such a measure is growing within Germany’s centre-right. EurActiv Germany reports .

Tsipras faces the heat of the EU machine

Alexis Tsipras found himself under enormous pressure today (8 July), as he was attacked by representatives of the institutions, centre, and centre-right MEPs.

Bitcoin rises as risk of Grexit unsettles markets

The risk of Grexit has caused the markets to plummet, but virtual currencies are cashing in. EurActiv France reports .

German government denies it has a racism problem

The German government sees no reason to take seriously allegations of institutional racism in public agencies and the police force. Civil rights advocates are growing increasingly alarmed. Tagesspiegel reports.

EU-wide energy governance plans 'lack teeth'

EXCLUSIVE / European Commission plans for an EU-wide energy governance system make no mention of punishment for any member state not reaching their climate and energy targets for 2030.

Europe ready for ‘worst case scenario’ on Greece

Eurozone leaders issue an ultimatum to Greece at a summit in Brussels yesterday (7 July), giving Athens until Thursday to present new cash-for-reform proposals.

Parliament votes on surveillance tech exports after fresh Hacking Team leaks

Leaked documents posted to Italian cybersecurity company Hacking Team's Twitter account on Sunday (5 July) revealed what appear to be the firms' government clients.

Environment is main challenge for Luxembourgish Presidency

Air quality, energy policy, the Circular Economy and the new Common Fisheries Policy are among the main challenges facing Luxembourg , which assumed the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU on 1 July. Journal de l'environnement reports .

Greece will request new financial programme

Greece did not submit any new reform proposals at Tuesday's (7 July) meeting of eurozone finance ministers in Brussels, but will request a new financial programme tomorrow, according to Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem.

Grexit? The endgame

Should they stay or should they go? On Sunday (5 July), Greece held a referendum on the terms of a bailout package put forward by the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the Internatonal Monetary Fund (IMF). EurActiv reports, in real time.

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