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21-Aug-2015
 

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EU worried by ‘provocations’ on Korean border

The EU said today (21 August) it was worried by worsening friction between North and South Korea and called for efforts to avoid "provocations" after the two sides swapped artillery fire.

Juncker to receive Poroshenko on 27 August

European Commission chief Jean Claude Juncker will hold talks in Brussels next week with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko about the tattered ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, the EU said Friday (21 August).

EU agrees to observe historic Myanmar election

The European Union said today (21 August) that it has agreed to send observers to historic upcoming Myanmar elections in an effort to "strengthen democracy" in the former military-run nation.

'Minute of silence' for Europe's refugees tops Austrian iTunes chart

A minute's silence recorded by an Austrian artist to protest against the treatment of migrants in Europe and raise money for refugees in a centre near Vienna has topped the country's iTunes chart, despite only being released on Friday.

Merkel and Hollande to press EU to move faster on asylum policy

Germany and France will press the European Union to move faster and with more unity to deal with the worsening refugee crisis, amid complaints from Germany that it is shouldering too big a burden.

Tsipras resigns, calls for September election

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned yesterday (20 August), hoping to strengthen his hold on power in snap elections after seven months in office in which he fought Greece's creditors for a better bailout deal but had to cave in.

Germany and Brazil join forces on climate change action

Germany and Brazil committed themselves on Thursday (20 August) to a joint stance on climate change, putting the largest economies in Europe and Latin America on the same page ahead of global climate talks in Paris in December.

Commission hopes for new trilateral gas talks on Ukraine

The European Commission deplored the collapse of the trilateral gas talks today (20 August), in which it was negotiating Ukrainian gas purchases from Russia, and expressed hopes that a new round could take place in September.

EU anxious ahead of COP21 conference

The EU warned today (20 August) that the window of opportunity for December's United Nations Climate Change Conference was closing fast, urging the 140+ countries that have not yet made public their contributions to do so, naming some of the major players.

Tsipras to announce early elections

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is set to call early elections, state television said on Thursday (20 August), in a bid to quell a mounting rebellion in his leftist Syriza party and seal support to implement a tough bailout programme.

Poll: Far-right party now biggest in Sweden

For the first time, the far-right Sweden Democrats are the biggest party in Sweden. According to a Yougov poll commisioned by Metro , the extremists would receive 25.2% of the vote if there was an election today, ahead of the governing centre-left Social Democrats, at 23.4%.

Dutch vote gives final go-ahead to Greek bailout

The Netherlands was the last eurozone state to endorse a third bailout for Greece Wednesday (19 August), as both the cabinet and parliament approved the package after a bruising debate. This means that Athens can receive the first installment as early as today.

Germany to set up 'Bundescloud'

New German rules for government cloud computing means official data can only be processed in Germany. The restrictions are a strike against US-based cloud providers such as Amazon and Google.

Survey shows heightened scepticism towards robots

As robots play a more important role in the EU, moving from manufacturing to healthcare, Europeans are becoming more suspicious of the technology, a Eurobarometer survey shows.

Western leaders to ask Poroshenko to deliver on the Minsk agreement

The leaders of France, Germany and Ukraine will meet in Berlin on Monday (24 August) in a bid to bring an end to a new wave of violence in Ukraine, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said.

Commission frowns on ‘Christian only’ solidarity with migrants

Asked to comment today (19 August) on a statement by the premier of Slovakia that his country would only accept Christian migrants, the European Commission reiterated the principle of non-discrimination, which is at the core of EU legislation.

Bundestag backs third Greek bailout

German lawmakers overwhelmingly voted in favour of a third Greek bailout on Wednesday (19 August), heeding a call from Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble to give Greece the chance for a new start, despite his own concerns it might not work.

EU slams Russian sentencing of Estonian officer

The European Union demanded Russia release an Estonian police officer sentenced on Wednesday to 15 years in jail for spying, nearly a year after the EU says Eston Kohver was abducted by Russian agents from Estonia territory.

1,000 square miles of England to be opened up for fracking

Large areas of Yorkshire, the north-west and the east Midlands are to be opened up to fracking after the government announced it will offer a fresh round of licences for oil and gas exploration.

Dutch vote seen as key for Greek bailout disbursement

The German and Dutch parliaments are the last to vote on the €86 billion Greek bailout today (19 August). The Dutch government is likely to face a possible no confidence vote, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition is expected to face a rebellion.

Greece approves first privatisation deal under Syriza

Greece's radical left Syriza government on Tuesday (18 August) approved its first privatisation granting a concession of more than a dozen key regional airports to Germany's Fraport-Slentel consortium in a deal worth 1.23 billion euros.

Poroshenko and Juncker to meet as Ukraine crisis worsens

The European Commission announced that President Jean-Claude Juncker will receive Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko before the end of this month, as the situation in eastern Ukraine deterioriates.

EU says Serbian manoeuvres in Russia send ‘wrong signal'

Russian press reports indicate that Moscow will conduct military exercises together with Serbia, on Russian territory, later this year. The EU said that Serbia is sending a “wrong signal” to the Union it is officially trying to join.

Merkel battles worries about IMF involvement in Greek bailout

German Chancellor Angela Merkel insists the International Monetary Fund must participate in Greece's new bailout, but doubts about IMF involvement are complicating her bid to sell MPs the deal ahead of the key parliamentary vote on Wednesday (19 August).

Thailand blast exposes the country’s divisions

Thai authorities have not ruled out any group, including elements opposed to the military government, for a bomb blast in Bangkok that killed 22 people, but officials
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