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LIVE: State of the European Union debate; Why Angela Merkel is so generous to the refugees; Parliament calls for stricter...

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LIVE: State of the European Union debate

The refugee crisis will take centre stage in a much-awaited State of the European Union address by Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in the European Parliament on Wednesday (9 September).

To gather momentum behind the speech, the European Commission has launched a new website with video livestream and Twitter dashboard. EurActiv and its network is following the development live, gathering reactions from across Europe and the Parliament.

Why Angela Merkel is so generous to the refugees

The German government has set aside €6 billion for the settlement of refugees. The Chancellor has many reasons for this magnaminity. La Tribune reports .

Parliament calls for stricter controls over surveillance tech exports

The European Parliament gave the green light on Tuesday (8 September) to a non-binding resolution calling for safeguards to ensure technology isn't implicated in human rights abuse, especially when it's exported outside of Europe for surveillance or censorship purposes. A European Commission proposal is expected next year.

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At least 850,000 will cross the Mediterranean this year, UN says

At least 850,000 people are expected to cross the Mediterranean seeking refuge in Europe this year and next, the United Nations said on Tuesday (8 September), giving estimates that already look conservative.

Czech firms face soaring job vacancies as economy 'growing like crazy'

Czech job vacancies soared above 100,000 in August for the first time since 2008, as many companies struggle to find enough qualified staff in a bustling economy with one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe.

Europe strengthens ban on seal products after WTO challenge

MEPs voted to tighten a ban on seal products on Tuesday (8 September), in a move that campaigners say will protect millions of seals from commercial slaughter. The vote in Strasbourg brings an existing EU embargo into line with World Trade Organisation rules. The Guardian reports .

Aung San Suu Kyi calls on the world to closely watch the Myanmar election

As official campaigning starts in Myanmar’s long-awaited general election the leader of the National League for Democracy, Aung San Suu Kyi called on the world to keep a close eye on the process.

Accidental Brexit? Events risk overtaking Cameron

A year before Britain votes on whether to leave the European Union, events risk derailing Prime Minister David Cameron's carefully-laid plan to renegotiate EU membership and keep Britain in.

Poland says EU summit on migration likely this week

Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz said the European summit which is to deal with Europe's migrant crisis is likely to take place earlier than planned.

Tensions grow over mysterious Russian flights to Syria

Moscow demanded answers from EU and NATO members Greece and Bulgaria on Tuesday (8 September) after Sofia banned Russian flights to Syria from its airspace and Athens said it had been asked by Washington to do the same. Russia says the flights are humanitarian, but the US suspects a military build-up.

Data analytics take healthcare debate by storm

SPECIAL REPORT / Under constant budgetary pressure, healthcare providers have to make tough decisions on a daily basis, on where to make savings. Cost effectiveness analysis will soon become part of health policymakers’ standard toolkit to ensure the best outcome, analysts say.

EU states fall short of sustainability goals

In a few weeks, the international community will set new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the period to 2030. A number of EU states are struggling according to a preliminary SDG "stress test". EurActiv Germany reports.

Duda slams Russia's second Baltic gas pipeline to Germany

Poland's conservative president yesterday (8 September) slammed a deal between Russian energy giant Gazprom, and several leading Western firms, to build a second gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea, saying it ignores Polish interests.

'Asylum chaos' denounced by Eurosceptic AFD party

The Alternative for Germany party (AFD) came in from the cold and announced its hardline attitude towards refugee policy. Der Tagesspiel reports.

Commission clears partial takeover of Alstom by GE

The European Commission today (8 September) gave its blessing to GE’s partial takeover of Alstom's power generation portfolio.

Commission won't ask EU judges to decide on legality of ISDS

EXCLUSIVE / The European Commission will not ask EU judges to decide on the legality of the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism in free trade agreements such as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

Commission targets new Asian markets for EU dairy exports

A €500 million agricultural aid package adopted by the European Commission on Monday (7 September) will aim to develop new dairy export markets in Asia, an EU source said.

Civil aviation falling short of climate commitments

Energy efficiency in aviation is improving too slowly, and the sector is set to miss its climate objectives, a recent study by the International Council on Clean Transport has found. Journal de l'Environnement reports .

Social networks again told to crack down on hate speech

The animosity on social networks towards minorities and refugees increases by the week. Germany's justice minister has once again demanded that Facebook and Twitter crack down on xenophobic content, while the Greens called for a "Facebook police" to be set up. EurActiv Germany reports.

German participation in anti-trafficking mission advocated

In October, the EU will start using military resources to hunt down human traffickers. Germany's foreign affairs minister has called upon Berlin to participate in the effort. EurActiv Germany reports.

Romania to accept refugees if admitted to Schengen

Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta said that his country will request admission to the EU’s Schengen borderless area if mandatory quotas to accept refugees are decided by the Union.

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