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10-Sep-2015
 

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Taxi drivers look for allies in the Commission against Uber

As Uber continues to expand, taxi drivers are looking for allies inside the European Commission before the executive takes its position on the legal challenges posed by the ride-hailing service, and the so-called sharing economy as a whole.

Juncker defies EU countries with distribution plan for 160,000 refugees

The President of the European Commission used his State of the Union speech to call for member states to adopt an emergency refugee distribution system, ignoring a similar plan of a lesser scale tabled last May. EurActiv France reports .

African politicians criticise 'risk averse' German companies

While German politicians have labelled Africa as a "continent of opportunity" for the German economy, African representatives lament the perceived risk-aversion of German companies. Der Tagesspiel reports.

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Recent News

Pro-Kurdish leader warns of Turkey being dragged into civil war

While EU Council President Donald Tusk visited Turkey on Wednesday (9 September), the leader of the country's main pro-Kurdish party warned that the country was being dragged into a "civil war" following a wave of attacks on its offices by nationalists.

Report: New anti-cholesterol drugs too expensive

The high price of two new anti-cholesterol drugs limits the benefits patients may see from them, according to a draft report released by a US nonprofit examining drug cost effectiveness.

Denmark closes borders with Germany as migrants head to Sweden

Danish police closed a motorway and rail links with Germany yesterday (9 September) in a bid to stem the flow of refugees heading north to Sweden, as Europe's migrant crisis spreads northward.

Paris to host Ukraine summit on 2 October

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will meet, along with the French and German leaders, in Paris on 2 October, in order to discuss efforts to resolve the Ukrainian conflict, the Kremlin said yesterday (9 September).

Cardiologists call for new limits to ‘bad cholesterol’

SPECIAL REPORT / Researchers have called for lowering the official recommended threshold for bad cholesterol, arguing new drugs now make it possible to go below the currently accepted limit.

ECB accuses Germany of obstructing supervisory role

The European Central Bank has criticised a draft German law relating to the management and regulation of the banking sector. EurActiv Germany reports.

Osborne ridiculed over 'cheap nuclear' claims

EXCLUSIVE/ UK Chancellor George Osborne was criticised today (9 September) after claiming that nuclear power was “substantially cheaper than any other low carbon technology,” when defending government subsidies for the controversial Hinkley Point C project.

Merkel: Juncker’s refugee plan should be taken even further

German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed the plans unveiled today (9 September) by EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker to force the bloc to share 160,000 refugees, adding that even more ambitious and binding agreements were needed.

Parliament deals heavy blow to Commission's cloning proposal

The European Union imports 500,000 tonnes of beef every year, largely from countries where cloning is authorised. But lawmakers want to stop clones from ending up on European plates. EurActiv France reports .

LIVE: State of the European Union debate

The refugee crisis took centre stage in a much-awaited State of the European Union address by Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in the European Parliament on Wednesday morning (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.

Juncker: We need more Union in our Union

In a much anticipated State of the Union speech, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker appealed for the preservation of the traditional values of solidarity on which the European Union is built, at a time when national egoisms prevail in many countries, faced with the unprecedented refugee crisis.

Greece 'lost in translation' over EU funds

The European Commission denies a Greek claim that it rejected an official request by Athens for an extension of the 2007-2013 Multiannual Financial Framework. In the meantime, the debt-ridden country risks losing 1.4 billion euros.

This year’s European Transport Forum will engage the debate on how to fulfill the need for enhanced safety and security of the European Transport System through improved use of ITS and data information exchange while respecting data privacy.

Interviews

EU counter-terrorism czar: Terrorists among asylum seekers? Unlikely

The refugee crisis is a major challenge by itself. If you start mixing it with terrorism, you confuse the logic, EU counter-terrorism coordinator Gilles de Kerchove told EurActiv Czech Republic in an exclusive interview.

World Heart Federation chief: ‘It’s unconscionable how little attention cardiovascular diseases get’

SPECIAL REPORT / Although cardiovascular diseases are still the number one killer in the world, they do not receive enough attention from policymakers due to many misconceptions, says Johanna Ralston.

Stiglitz: 'Inequality is holding back the American economy'

The US economic recovery is false, according to Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz. He told La Tribune that sustainable growth can only be achieved by tackling inequality, limiting the power of the financial sector, and reempowering trade unions.

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CAP: Still a work in progress

In June 2013, politicians approved the first major reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in a decade, following months of haggling over quotas, subsidies and measures to improve environmental accountability.

Opinion / Analysis

Cut overseas aid and you force even more people into the boats

If the tiny, lifeless body of Alan Kurdi , the three-year-old boy whose body washed on to a beach in Turkey, has finally shamed Europe into offering sanctuary to Syrian refugees, just what will it take to shock the entire world into dealing with a problem 100 times bigger?


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