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28-Aug-2015
 

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Islamic State smuggling terrorists among the migrants? Unlikely, say experts

The risk that groups like Islamic State could smuggle militants into Europe under cover of a huge wave of migrants is much smaller than some politicians suggest, according to security specialists with close ties to governments and intelligence agencies.

Facebook accepts German justice minister's invitation

Facebook has reacted to criticism over its tolerance of hate speech on its site. The American social network giant has said it is interested in an "exchange" with Heiko Maas. EurActiv Germany reports.

Tiny EU task force set up to counter Russian propaganda

A small group of eight officials in the European External Action Service will engage in efforts to respond to massive Russian propaganda directed both at the home and international audiences.

Did the Commission censor Big Tobacco documents because of TTIP?

The European Commission has denied that heavily redacted documents about meetings with Big Tobacco companies have anything to do with EU-US trade talks for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

French report pushes for early creation of Capital Markets Union

François Villeroy de Galhau, formerly the deputy CEO of BNP, has submitted a progress report on his investigation into investment to the French government. La Tribune reports .

Berlin outranks London in start-up investment

A new study confirms Berlin is the start-up capital of Europe but for those responsible for the sector's success it is no time to rest. Tagesspiegel reports.

Juncker encourages Poroshenko to continue reforms

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker expressed strong support for his guest, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, who arrived in Brussels on Thursday (27 August), encouraging him to continue reforms and fully implement the Minsk agreement.

UK migration hits record level

Net migration to Britain has hit record levels, official figures showed Thursday (27 August), with the difference between migrants leaving and arriving in Britain rising to around 329,000 in the year to March.

Polish city wants army's help in securing 'Nazi gold train'

City authorities in Wałbrzych, in southwest Poland, stated on Thursday (26 August) that they now know the supposed location of a fabled missing WWII Nazi German train, but that they will not proceed without state help. Radio Poland reports.

Merkel booed at site of refugee attacks

Amid an influx of refugees, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced plans providing more support for asylum seekers. But, during a visit to a refugee centre on Wednesday (26 August) she was labeled a “traitor” by protesters. EurActiv Germany reports .

EU officials exposed in Ashley Madison hack

EXCLUSIVE: European Union officials used their work email addresses to register with online adultery site Ashley Madison, EurActiv can reveal.

Greece optimistic about gas grid deal with Azerbaijan's SOCAR

Azerbaijan's state-owned oil company SOCAR has confirmed its interest in acquiring a stake in Greek gas grid operator DESFA, with a deal possible by the end of the year, Greece's privatisation agency said on Wednesday (26 August).

UK to hit immigrants with tough sentencing

The British government is planning to introduce tough prison sentences to combat illegal migrants seeking employment in the UK. EurActiv Germany reports .

French development aid reform to generate 'substantial' new funds

France hopes to boost funding for development and climate action by linking the French Development Agency with the country's public financing body. EurActiv France reports .

Germany suspends Dublin agreement for Syrian refugees

Germany has ceased applying the rules of the Dublin system to Syrian refugees. All deportations to other EU countries have been halted, Tagesspiegel reports.

Think tank: NATO and Russia need new rules to avoid war

Russia and NATO must agree on common rules to handle unexpected military encounters to reduce the risk of inadvertently triggering a war between Moscow and the West, a group of former foreign and defence ministers said today (26 August).

Mass protest against TTIP and CETA to take place in Berlin

More than 30 organisations are teaming up for a major demonstration against TTIP and CETA, with concerns ranging from the end of cultural diversity in Europe to devastating effects the deals could have in developing countries. EurActiv Germany reports .

EU experts to discuss rail security on 9/11

An EU working group will meet on the symbolic date of 11 September to discuss road and rail security in the aftermath of the foiled terrorist attack of 21 August, in which mass bloodshed on a high-speed train from Brussels to Paris was narrowly avoided.

As migrants head north, Hungary decries 'humiliating' EU policy

Hungary called on Tuesday (25 August) for more money from the European Union to handle a rising tide of migrants, as a new wave hit its southern border and further exposed the cracks in EU policy towards the worst refugee crisis since World War Two.

Osborne seeks non-eurozone allies in Scandinavia

George Osborne, Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, on Monday (24 August) asked Sweden and Denmark to help bolster the influence of non-eurozone countries in the EU.

Kyoto protocol's carbon credit scheme ‘increased emissions by 600m tonnes’

A key carbon offsetting scheme was so open to abuse that three quarters of its allowances lacked environmental integrity, a new report says.

Poroshenko: Ukraine's war for independence continues

President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday (24 August) that Ukraine is facing a precarious year struggling to fend off Russian efforts to undermine Kyiv's drive for closer relations with Europe.

Twitter shuts down transparency tracker

Twitter has stopped a website tracking politicians’ deleted tweets by shutting down its access to the social media giant's data.

Die Linke attacks EU institutions

After Sahra Wagenknecht attacked the EU and the euro, Die Linke leader Bernd Riexinger warned that institutions like the ECB have more power than elected governments. EurActiv Germany reports .


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