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[Energy & Environment] A leaked internal memo, obtained by EURACTIV, gives a rare glimpse into the communication strategy of Europe's main business lobby group ahead of the COP24 conference later this year, showing how it plans to “oppose” any increase in the EU's climate ambition for 2030.

[Politics] Prime Minister Theresa May said Britain and the European Union were nearing a divorce deal but called on the bloc to show "goodwill and determination" to avoid a disorderly Brexit and secure a close future partnership.

[Defence and security] President Donald Trump said on Tuesday (18 September) the United States is considering a request from Poland for a permanent US military presence in the fellow NATO country, acknowledging that he shares Poland's concerns about possible Russian aggression.

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Austrian ex-chancellor Kern to run for centre-left Spitzenkandidat [EU Elections 2019]

Visegrad’s place in the next EU Budget [Global Europe]

EESC President: The MFF proposal is ‘not ambitious enough’ [Economy & Jobs]

Poland requests permanent US base, suggests naming it ‘Fort Trump’ [Defence and security]

EU’s finance for African security missions has ‘poor effect’, say auditors [Defence and security]

Business lobby prepares pushback against EU climate goals update [Energy & Environment]

Nearing divorce, May seeks goodwill from EU at Salzburg summit [Politics]

Greece vows to improve conditions on island hotspots [Politics]

EU proposes to sanction countries breaching WTO rules [Economy & Jobs]

The Brief – Brothers in arms? [Politics]

World’s first hydrogen train leaves station in Germany [Future of mobility]

UK should end special access for EU migrants after Brexit -report [Politics]

EU appeals to ‘Astana guarantors’ to avoid Idlib catastrophe [Turkey]

Clouds are gathering over the Salzburg summit [Politics]

Russia is undermining Europe’s key democratic institution [World]

Juncker: We are not ‘under the rule’ of English [Politics]

‘Circle of five’ carmakers under EU cartel investigation [Transport]

Finalising the Clean Energy Package: priorities for the Austrian Presidency [Promoted content] [Energy & Environment]

German coal commission member: If we don’t come up with a roadmap, it’ll be a disaster [Energy & Environment]

Slovak authorities identify possible witness in journalist’s murder [Politics]

May needs urgent ‘plan B’ to avoid hard Brexit, warn MPs [Politics]

Russia claims fresh ‘proof’ Ukraine downed flight MH17 [World]

Technology to unlock the Irish border conundrum? [Politics]

Agroecology can feed Europe pesticide-free in 2050, new study finds [Agrifood]

‘Sad day’ as Poland banned from EU judicial body [Politics]

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