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17-11-2015

 

 News   France 'at war' inaugurates EU's mutual defence clause

President François Hollande said he will invoke the European Union's ‘mutual defence clause’ for the first time to combat the perpetrators of the Paris attacks, betting on EU support over NATO in the country's fight against the Islamic State.

 
 News   Small telcos and consumer groups team up against former monopolies

Small telecoms, and consumers and civil liberties advocates launched the NetCompetition alliance on Monday (16 November), at the European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA) conference in Brussels.

The group is calling for more competitive broadband markets around Europe.

 
 News   Half of French climate finance spent on building renovation

The Institute for Climate Economics (I4CE), formerly the research arm of the NGO CDC Climat, has come up with a new method for analysing climate finance.

 
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 Opinion   Fearless after #Paris: From solidarity to deeper EU changes, less and more Europe
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 News   Italy opens door for farmers to replant lost olive trees
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 News   Berlin ostracizes CSU politician who linked Paris to refugee crisis
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 News   Germany ramps up security after Paris
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 News   Spain suspended election campaign after Paris attacks

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