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Verhofstadt calls for extraordinary summit on migration; Hollande and Tsipras want Greek bailout agreed by late August;...

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Verhofstadt calls for extraordinary summit on migration

Guy Verhofstadt has called for an extraordinary European summit on migration on Thursday (6 August), to address the “increasingly untenable” situation at the EU’s borders.

Hollande and Tsipras want Greek bailout agreed by late August

A new bailout should be agreed by late August, Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and French President François Hollande said on Thursday (6 August). Greece is in negotiations with the European Union and International Monetary Fund for as much as €86 billion in fresh loans to stave off financial ruin and economic collapse.

Immigrant crisis causes outcry in Europe

Jean-Claude Juncker has responded to the public outcry over the immigration crisis by urging European leaders to show solidarity and resist the message of populist parties. EurActiv France reports .

Tsipras says Greece in 'final stretch' for deal with creditors

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday (5 August) said his government is nearing a deal with international creditors on a mammoth bailout, as his spokeswoman raised the prospect of early elections in the fall.

Brussels gears up for Maternity Leave II

The European Commission is working on new ideas to increase the participation of women on the labour market after it ditched the hard-fought maternity leave proposal last month.

Renzi hopes to push through EU-Japan trade deal this year

The Italian prime minister believes the EU and Japan could finalise a free trade deal by the end of the year. EurActiv Italy reports .

EU offers to help France, UK face Calais migrant crisis

Brussels said on Tuesday (4 August) it was ready to help France and Britain deal with the migrant crisis at the Channel Tunnel, as police on both sides braced for new attempts at the crossing.

Greek bailout deal in sight

Greece and its lenders said on Tuesday (4 August) they were optimistic they could broker a deal within days on a multi-billion euro bailout, striking a surprisingly upbeat tone on a process previously fraught with bitterness. A bailout worth up to €86 billion must be settled by Aug. 20 -- or a second bridge loan agree -- if Greece is to pay off debt of €3.5 billion to the European Central Bank that matures on that day.

EU, Vietnam reach deal to boost trade

The European Union and Vietnam on Tuesday (4 August) reached a free trade agreement after two and a half years of negotiations, the European Commission said.

IMF says Western sanctions could cut 9% off Russia's GDP

Sanctions linked to the Ukraine crisis could end up costing Russia 9% of its gross domestic product, the International Monetary Fund said on Monday.

Italy counts 90,000 sea migrant arrivals so far this year

Italy's coast guard said about 1,800 migrants were rescued from seven overcrowded vessels over the weekend (2 August), while five corpses were found on a large rubber boat carrying 212 others.

Standard & Poor’s lowers outlook on the EU to negative

Standard & Poor's has changed the outlook for the European Union from stable to negative after the bloc's support for Greece and following Britain's decision to vote on leaving the EU, S&P reported Monday (3 August).

After five-week shut down, Greek shares plummet

Greece's stock market suffered heavy losses on Monday (3 August), plunging nearly 23% at the open before recovering slightly, after a five-week shutdown brought on by fears the country was about to be dumped from the euro zone. One fund manager described it as "herd behaviour" and said few people were buying.

Germany sees immigration boom while native population declines

More than 20% of Germany’s population has a migrant background. Migrants are almost twice as likely to have a university education as the average German.

Merkel's German conservatives set sights on absolute majority

German Chancellor Angela Merkel faced pressure from conservative allies on Sunday (2 August) to run for a fourth term in 2017 after an opinion poll showed they could win an absolute majority if an election were held next week.

Illegal immigrants face eviction without court order under new UK law

Immigrants living in Britain illegally will face abrupt eviction from rental properties under new laws designed to make Britain a tougher place to live in, the government will announce as it redoubles its response to the Calais migrant crisis.

Greeks brace for stock market losses after five-week shutdown

Greece will take another step away from full-on crisis mode today (3 August) by opening its stock market for the first time in five weeks, although immediate heavy losses are expected.

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Interviews

Fleckenstein MEP: ‘Parliamentarians should be removed from EU-Russia sanctions lists’

It is the duty of parliamentarians to contribute to re-opening the dialogue between the EU and Russia, argues Knut Fleckenstein, saying it was “a serious mistake” to block the Russian State Duma speaker from entering Finland.

Ignacio Molina: Catalan separatists will never gain EU support

Many of the most radical Catalan separatists believe the autonomous elections on 27 September 27 this year will open the door to the question of secession from Spain. Researcher Ignacio Molina believes this is a dangerous idea.

AFD founder: 'Schäuble’s Greece policy is pure marketing'

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble’s latest plans for a euro tax have solidified the prospect of a transfer union, says Eurosceptic Bernd Lucke in an interview with EurActiv Germany . The founder of the Eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, argues that all the “talk about a Grexit” is just a bluff.

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CAP: Still a work in progress

In June 2013, politicians approved the first major reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in a decade, following months of haggling over quotas, subsidies and measures to improve environmental accountability.

Opinion / Analysis

Europe’s thorny Energy Diplomacy

It is neither acceptable nor possible for European countries to achieve energy security on the back of a fossil fuel strategy that will undermine democracy, human rights, and climate security, writes Luca Bergamaschi.

Europe deserves a culture of inclusive tolerance

Anti-Semitism is on the rise in Europe, and it is up to community, religious and political leaders to counter racist and hateful discourse and lead by example, write Frans Timmermans and Věra Jourová.

Brexit is Ireland’s biggest ever foreign policy challenge


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