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Sanctions against Polish  MEP who offended women during a plenary debate
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Sanctions against Polish MEP who offended women during a plenary debate

Sanctions of unprecedented severity were announced by EP President Antonio Tajani on Tuesday, against Polish MEP Janusz Korwin-Mikke for his unacceptable remarks against women during a plenary debate on the "Gender pay gap" on 1 March. Leer más

United Nations peacekeepers killed in Mali

Mali: UN strongly condemns ambush that leaves five ´blue helmets´ killed

Five United Nations peacekeepers were killed an attack in central Mali Sunday, with another ´blue helmet´ seriously injured, according to preliminary information reported by the country´s UN mission, which deplored the "heinous act of terrorism" as all the more shocking because it occurred on the day set aside for the global community to honour UN peacekeepers. Leer más

Austria election

Far-right candidate concedes in Austrian presidential race

Independent candidate Alexander Van der Bellen has narrowly beaten far-right candidate Norbert Hofer to become Austria´s next president in a tightly fought contest decided by mail-in votes. Leer más

Venezuela crisis

Maduro´s state of emergency constitutional: Disagreements between Parliament and Supreme Court

The Venezuelan Supreme Court has ruled that a decree issued by President Nicolas Maduro last week declaring a state of emergency is constitutional. The opposition-controlled parliament rejected the decree on Tuesday but the Supreme Court, which rarely rules against the government, said the decree was justifiable. Leer más

US- New terror list

US adds ISIS in Yemen, Libya, Saudi to its list of designated terrorist organizations

The State Department officially declared ISIS affiliates from Libya, Saudi Arabia and Yemen to its list of designated terrorist organizations on Thursday. Leer más

US- missile shield base in Romania

US activates missile defence station in Romania despite warnings from Russia

The United States switched on an $800 million missile shield in Romania on Thursday that it sees as vital to defend itself and Europe from so-called rogue states but the Kremlin says is aimed at blunting its own nuclear arsenal. Leer más

Migrant crisis

EU plans financial penalties for refusing asylum seekers

The European Commission has proposed reforms to EU asylum rules that would see stiff financial penalties imposed on countries refusing to take their share of asylum seekers. Leer más

Network security in German

Computer virus infiltrated German nuclear plant

Computer viruses have infected PCs used at a German nuclear power plant. The viruses were found on the fuel rod modeling system and on 18 USB sticks used as removable data stores on office computers. Leer más

Belize-Guatemala border tensions

Belize accuses Guatemala of ´amassing´ troops in border areas

The tiny Central American country of Belize has accused larger neighbour Guatemala of "amassing" troops along the two countries´ border after a shooting incident apparently involving Belizean soldiers, in which a Guatemalan teenager died. Leer más

EU Fundamental Rights

Missing refugee children debated in the European Parliament Civil Liberties Committee

The European Civil Liberties Committee debated on Thursday about the fate of 10,000 refugee children who have gone missing in Europe. Representatives of the Europol law enforcement agency, the EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the NGO Missing Children Europe briefed MEPs on the numbers and reasons why the children are believed to have gone missing. Leer más

Italy is to receive the most aid

Europe approves 2.4 billion euros funding for migration crisis

The European Commission approved 2.4 billion euros of aid over six years for countries including Greece and Italy that have struggled to cope with a surge in numbers of immigrants. Italy is to receive the most aid - nearly 560 million euros, while Greece will receive 473 million. Leer más

Selfless feminist activists acting for the good of society

Five Chinese Feminists released six weeks after their detention in Beijing

The five Chinese feminist activists were detained on March 6, on suspicion of "picking quarrels and stirring up trouble" a catch-all charge often used to target critics of the ruling Chinese Communist Party. Leer más

Transition to euro

Euro changeover in Lithuania is reaching its final stage

Lithuania adopted the euro on 1 January 2015, thus becoming the 19th member of the euro area. With the dual circulation period ending on 15 January, a crucial part of the changeover will be completed this week. Leer más

Eurobarometer on development

85% of the European believe that it is important to help people in developing countries

The EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Neven Mimica, presented a new Eurobarometer survey to mark the beginning of the European Year for Development. Figures show that the number of people who are in favour of increasing aid has gone up significantly, and Europeans continue to feel very positively about development and cooperation.  Leer más

Eurobarometer on development

85% of the European believe that it is important to help people in developing countries

The EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Neven Mimica, presented a new Eurobarometer survey to mark the beginning of the European Year for Development. Figures show that the number of people who are in favour of increasing aid has gone up significantly, and Europeans continue to feel very positively about development and cooperation.  Leer más

Fund for European aid

Spain, Greece and Portugal will receive European funds to help the most deprived

In the second half of December, the European Commission approved the operational programmes for eight EU countries to use the new Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD), including a €560 million package for Spain. Leer más

187 educational institutions have been damaged or destroyed

Conflict in Ukraine leaves almost 150 schools closed, according to UNICEF

Conflict in Ukraine has left 147 schools closed in parts of Donetsk Oblast where fighting is ongoing, and disrupted the education of some 50,000 children since September 1. UNICEF requires US $32.4 million to scale up its humanitarian response to address the urgent needs of 600,000 children and their families in Ukraine: Leer más

Lack of knowledge main reason for not using cloud servicesICT usage in enterprises in 2014

Lack of knowledge main reason for not using cloud services

Cloud computing services used by one out of every five enterprises in the EU28 . This data comes from a publication issued by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, and formpart of the results of a survey conducted at the beginning of 2014 on ICT (Information and CommunicationTechnologies) usage in enterprises, with a special focus on the use of cloud computing services.  Leer más

Mathematical models for countering diseases

Maths shows that treating HIV and hepatitis C simultaneously is more effective

A Spanish researcher has collaborated on a mathematical analysis, recently published in the journal ´Science Translational Medicine´, which concludes that joint therapy to counter HIV in patients who also have hepatitis C increases the chance of success in the fight against both infections. Between eight and nine million people worldwide simultaneously suffer from AIDS and hepatitis C.  Leer más

November 9

25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

On Sunday 9th of November was the 25th anniversary since the Berlin Wall collapsed. On that day thousands gathered all along the wall that had separated East and West Germany since 1961. There had been peaceful demonstrations since September 1989 and the call for freedom to travel became stronger each day. When the East German government announced that people were now able to cross the border whenever they wanted, people flocked to the wall and tore it down. Leer más

European Network and Information Security Agency

Biggest ever cyber security exercise in Europe yesterday

More than 200 organisations and 400 cyber-security professionals from 29 European countries are testing their readiness to counter cyber-attacks in a day-long simulation, organised by the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). Leer más

Malala donates $ 50,000 to rebuild UNRWA schools in Gaza No Peace without Education

Malala donates $ 50,000 to rebuild UNRWA schools in Gaza

Pakistani activist Malala Yusafzai, who last week was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, announced Wednesday it is donating $ 50,000 (about 39,600 euros) for the reconstruction of schools in the United Nations Agency for Palestine Refugees in Near East (UNRWA) in the Gaza Strip.  Leer más

Global Gender Gap Report 2014

2095: The Year of Gender Equality in the Workplace, Maybe

In nine years of measuring the global gender gap, the world has seen only a small improvement in equality for women in the workplace. According to the Global Gender Gap Report 2014, launched today, the gender gap for economic participation and opportunity now stands at 60% worldwide, having closed by 4% from 56% in 2006 when the Forum first started measuring it. Based on this trajectory, with all else remaining equal, it will take 81 years for the world to close this gap completely. Leer más

It should be seen as online terrorism

UK plans to condemn two years imprisonment the cyberbulling

UK plans to quadruple the current conviction for harassment over the Internet, so-called ´trolls´, reaching up to two years in prison, following insults and threats he has received a young model who has shown the problem of this type of abuse through social networks.  Leer más

€12 million and more than 40 partners are involved

EU & Japan researchers join forces to deliver the 1 Gigabit Olympics

The European Commission and Japan are announcing today four research projects developing new technologies for high-speed networks in highly-dense user areas. Joint investments amount to €12 million and more than 40 partners are involved. Researchers will notably deliver more than 1 Gigabit bandwidth for each member of the crowd at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium, right in time for the 2020 Olympics. Leer más
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