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Tensions over net neutrality shake up Mobile World Congress[Telecoms regulation / News] Sparks flew at a public discussion over net neutrality at the world’s biggest tech conference on Monday (27 February), as EU tech chief Andrus Ansip defended the bloc’s two-year-old legislation while sharing a stage with the American regulator who just repealed a similar US law.

Biomass policy under the spotlight as EU talks kick-off[Heating and cooling / News] The European Union’s proposed new biomass policy has enough built-in safeguards to ensure it doesn’t lead to additional carbon emissions, an EU official told a EURACTIV event last week, amid warnings that the policy risks making global warming worse by increasing deforestation.

EU’s untapped heating and cooling potential laid bare[Heating and cooling / News] Europe’s heating and cooling sector accounts for more than one third of the EU’s untapped renewable energy potential, according to one new study, while another has highlighted which countries are the worst for deaths caused with living in cold homes.

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Italy’s election uncertainty: What plagues the minds of investors [Politics / News]

Search for new urban water sparks conflict in parched Malawi [ / News]

UK government to counter Labour support for Brexit customs union [Politics / News]

Fearful EU angles for grand coalition in Italy [Politics / News]

UK expects post-Brexit devolution deal but Scotland begs to differ [Politics / News]

Albania’s Cham population wants Greek apology for wartime expulsion [Politics / News]

Not yet in effect, Europe’s new data protection rules already face overseas threats by Christine Galvagna [Digital / Opinion]

Energy storage progress could slash electric car charging times [Electric cars / News]

Visa to defend tourists’ card fees at EU antitrust hearing [Economy & Jobs / News]

EU demands justice for murdered Slovak journalist [Politics / News]

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EBRD: Western Balkans could take up to 200 years to catch up with EU [Global Europe / News]

UPS seeks €1.7 billion damages from EU for aborted TNT buyout [Economy & Jobs / News]

The Brief – Killing of journalists is mafia show of force [Politics / News]

Europe postpones response to cryptocurrencies to end of year [Economy & Jobs / News]

How to get Europe back into the Middle East by Franco Frattini [Global Europe / Opinion]

Time for Juncker to help Bosnia-Herzegovina with a bridge from Dayton to accession by Ivan Pepic [Global Europe / Opinion]

EU and Chile looking for the perfect agreement [Economy & Jobs / News]

Will road vehicle automation help solve urban transport problems? by Karen Vancluysen [Automated vehicles / Opinion]

Greek business chief: Novartis scandal must be dealt with quickly to avoid ‘social eruption’ [Economy & Jobs / News]

Merkel forced to make ‘painful decisions’ on minister wishlist [German election 2017 / News]

Brussels air pollution to trigger free public transport [Energy & Environment / News]

To help fix EU budget, end aviation’s tax break by Bill Hemmings [Aviation / Opinion]

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What is the EU doing about metastatic breast cancer?

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