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Italian left mulls 5-Star deal to end deadlock[Politics / News] Senior members of Italy's vanquished Democratic Party yesterday (6 March) eyed a possible deal with the triumphant 5-Star Movement (M5S), following an election that left the country with a hung parliament and anti-establishment and far-right parties vying to form a government.

EU ministers hold ‘historic’ first meeting in PESCO format[Defence and security / News] EU defence ministers yesterday (6 March) held their first meeting in the 'PESCO format'. This means that, although ministers from all EU member states were present, only those participating in the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) pact were involved in adopting legal acts.

Jourová: Pay and pension gaps between women and men are ‘shameful’[Economy & Jobs / Video] On the eve of International Women’s Day, European Commissioner VÄ›ra Jourová, in charge of gender equality, slammed EU member states for not eliminating pay and pension gaps fast enough.

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Trump claims EU has made it ‘almost impossible’ for US firms [World / News]

UK faces ‘cliff edge’ over EU trade pacts, warn MPs [Politics / News]

Belgium offers radiation-busting tablets for all as EU anti-nuclear alliance builds [Energy & Environment / News]

Is deep-sea mining worth the risk? by Bart Staes, Linnéa Engström, Marco Affronte, Philippe Lamberts [Circular economy / Opinion]

Double whammy for humanitarian aid in wake of Oxfam scandal [Development Policy / News]

EU Parliament to claim €427,000 from National Front over expenses abuse [Politics / News]

Forests are crucial in salvaging the Paris goals – EU must lead the way by Carlos Zorrinho, Heidi Hautala [Energy & Environment / Opinion]

Polish conservatives take control of judicial watchdog [Politics / News]

Eurogroup chief: ‘I see enormous potential in Greece’ [Economy & Jobs / Interview]

Fico blames Soros for provoking instability in Slovakia [Politics / News]

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Over A Coffee with Arne Lietz, German MEPOver A Coffee with Arne Lietz, German MEP [Politics / Video]
Arne Lietz meets Brian Maguire over a coffee to talk about how to throw grenades, climate diplomacy, arms control, the EU's intricate dance in the Middle East, growing up in East Germany, and what really happened to Martin Schulz.

Irish minister: We are the global leaders in taking variable renewable electricity onto the gridIrish minister: We are the global leaders in taking variable renewable electricity onto the grid [Energy transition / Video]
The Irish electricity is now able to cope with 65% of electricity coming from intermittent electricity sources like wind and solar – an expertise Energy Minister Denish Naugthen believes can be replicated on a larger scale as Europe moves towards 50% renewable power by 2030.

Germany provides €1.2 billion loan for Southern Gas Corridor [Europe's East / News]

EBRD ‘has more than 10 offers’ to relocate [Politics / News]

Eight northern EU states urge caution in eurozone reforms [Politics / News]

For Romanian President, the ‘Road to Sibiu’ could also lead to Brussels [Politics / News]

Believe it or not, the EU can look to the US for inspiration on ending coal subsidies by Joanna Flisowska [Energy & Environment / Opinion]

Renzi quits, populists battle to govern Italy [Politics / News]

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