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16-10-2015

 

 Opinion   A Europe of progress close to its people

 News   National Front stung in attempt to ban bee pesticide

 Opinion   Alcohol and flying – not a good cocktail

 News   Just how safe is the EU ‘safe list’?

The so-called 'safe list', which is due to be extended, includes countries where individuals are not at risk from political or sexual persecution.

 News   Alpine macroregion close to launch

Representatives from seven countries (as well as 48 cantons and regions, with a combined GDP of nearly €300 billion that make up the Alpine macroregion), have been holding talks in Brussels about the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP) project .

 Opinion   Revitalising the Middle East Quartet post-Blair?

Dr. Nimrod Goren is Head of Mitvim - The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies - and a lecturer for Middle Eastern Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 Opinion   EU doesn’t need a CIA - but better intelligence would help
 News   Human Rights Court: Denial of Armenian genocide is not a crime
 News   ICANN hopes for quick decision on break with US govt
 News   Juncker and Draghi fail to win support for euro zone reform
 Opinion   Computing and digital literacy education needs a unified approach
 News   EPP leaders bang drum for European army
 News   Cameron told to do his homework on EU membership renegotiation
 News   'Circular economy' must be regulation-light and market-driven, says EPP
 News   EU agri-food industries draw ‘red lines’ in TTIP battle
 News   Paris' ecological footprint in decline
 Infographic   INFOGRAPHIC: Coding at school — How do EU countries compare?
 News   Turkey’s Erdogan calls the shots at EU summit
 News   Merkel continues to take hits from own party on refugee policy
 News   France rows back on development aid cuts

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