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Russia prepares to seize Western assets

The Russian government has approved a draft bill that would allow it to seize foreign state assets, without warning. The move is seen as a tit-for-tat gesture, following Western court cases involving Russian firms.

Study: Effects of German division have endured longer than expected

25 years after reunification, the old German-German border is still recognisable in many aspects of life, according to a new study on the state of German unity. Tagesspiegel reports .

Obama urges UK to stay in EU

US President Barack Obama told the BBC in an interview excerpt that aired Thursday (23 July) that Britain must remain in the European Union to maintain its global influence.

NGOs tell Germany to stop blocking anti-discrimination directive

Almost all EU member states are in favour of a planned Union-wide directive against discrimination. Only Berlin objects, and has been targeted by human rights associations, demanding that it stop blocking the legislation. EurActiv Germany reports .

Despite 22.7% unemployment rate, Rajoy claims progress

Spain's unemployment rate fell sharply to 22.7% in the second quarter, official data showed Thursday, as the Spanish government boasted of creating hundreds of thousands of jobs ahead of an election.

Thai seafood products could be banned, warns MEP

A prominent lawmaker from the European Parliament’s Committee on Fisheries told EurActiv he would support giving a “red card” to Thailand, meaning banning the import of its fisheries products, if illegal fishing isn't curbed, and if the practice of using slave labour is not abandoned.

Bavaria’s tough asylum policy gains support across Germany

Horst Seehofer’s confrontational policy against asylum seekers from Balkan states sparked protest in Berlin. But now a growing number of Germany states and municipalities are calling for a tougher approach. EurActiv Germany reports .

Brussels orders EDF to return €1.37 billion in state aid

Tax breaks received by French energy giant EDF in 1997 violated European competition law, the European Commission has ruled. EurActiv France reports .

Tusk tour focuses on frozen conflicts

Council President Donald Tusk's trip to the South Caucasus has largely focused on the 'frozen conflicts' in Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

Catalan separatists send shudders through Madrid

After the new Catalan separatist bloc warned it would declare independence if it wins the 27 September regional elections, Spanish premier Mariano Rajoy said he'll do everything he can to stop it. EurActiv Spain reports.

Brexit fears haunt London's roaring trade in euros

If there is a symbol of British ambivalence to Europe then it may be the euro itself.

WWF EU chief: ‘NGOs can use Better Regulation Agenda positively’

The European Commission’s Better Regulation Agenda is wrongly perceived by the NGO community as purely business-driven, says Geneviève Pons-Deladrière, a former Commission official who is now heading the WWF’s EU office. She explains why, in a wide-ranging interview with EurActiv.

Second bailout vote to test Tsipras’ authority

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras tried to rally his Syriza party before a vote in parliament today (22 July) on the second package of measures demanded by international creditors to open talks on a new bailout deal.

France promises emergency aid to farmers

French President François Hollande on Tuesday (21 July) promised measures to help livestock and dairy farmers who have been protesting for weeks over what they say is a squeeze on their profits by retailers and food processors.

British truckers sold CO2 monitors to detect migrants

A carbon dioxide detector that alerts drivers to immigrants hiding in their trucks went on sale in Britain on Tuesday (21 July), aimed at freight companies concerned by a surge in attempted Channel crossings.

German coalition in turmoil over Schäuble

The conflict over Wolfgang Schäuble’s Grexit proposal is entering a new round, after Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel accused the finance minister of being unreasonable. EurActiv Germany reports .

Suicide bomber strikes Turkish border town as Syrian war spills over

A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 30 people, mostly young students, in an attack on a Turkish town near the Syrian border yesterday (20 July).

'Migration is not a security issue,' study says

The Federal Republic should apply new thinking to its development aid and asylum policy, says a new study from the University of Osnabrück, calling on decision-makers to see migration as an opportunity rather than a threat. EurActiv Germany reports .

Spanish judge asks EU top court for Uber ruling

A Spanish judge has asked Europe's top court if online taxi-hailing app Uber is a "mere transport service" or a digital service, as the US start-up claims, in a case that could set a precedent for legal battles across the continent.

Member states seek agreement on coping with flood of migrants

The European Union will try to reach an agreement on today (20 July) to tackle the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean despite resistance from Spain and Poland, who say they are not ready to absorb large numbers of new asylum seekers.

Extreme right group poaches S&D MEP

Laurentiu Rebega, a Romanian MEP, crossed the floor of the European Parliament last week to join Marine Le Pen's Europe of Nations and Freedom group. EurActiv France reports .

LIVE: Towards a new bailout deal for Greece

Eurozone leaders reached an agreement on a third bailout to save Greece from bankruptcy on Monday (13 July). But a final deal is “still weeks ahead”. EurActiv reports, in real time.

Greek banks reopen, Merkel urges swift bailout talks

Greeks queued outside banks Monday (20 July) as they reopened three weeks after closing, the first sign of a return to normal after a deal to start talks on a new package of bailout reforms.

Hollande pays tribute to Delors, calls for euro ‘vanguard’

France favours a "stronger organisation" behind the euro led by "a vanguard of countries", President François Hollande said in an interview in which he pays respect to former Commission President Jacques Delors, who turns 90 today.


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