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2017 Work Programme

Jobs, social rights and security top the 2017 EU agenda

Parliament set out its recommendations for the European Commissions 2017 Work Programme in a non-legislative resolution voted on Wednesday. Before the vote, MEPs debated EU priorities with Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans. The need to reflect on what direction the EU should take in the aftermath of the UKs EU membership referendum was the leitmotiv of this debate. Leer ms

Argentinias relations with the European Union

Macris visit success to EU capitals may be hindered by national business practices

Argentinas President Mauricio Macri is in Europe this week (France, Brussels, Germany) to express optimism for his countrys relations with the European Union and to spur trade, even with the referendum results that signal the departure of the United Kingdom from the EU. Leer ms

Anti-Money LaunderingDirective (AMLD)

The European Commission adopts a proposal to further reinforce EU rules on anti-money laundering

The Commission has adopted a proposal to further reinforce EU rules on anti-money laundering to counter terrorist financing and increase transparency about who really owns companies and trusts. Leer ms

Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive

The European Commission signs agreement with industry on cybersecurity

The European Commission has launched a new public-private partnership on cybersecurity that is expected to trigger 1.8 billion of investment by 2020. This is part of a series of new initiatives to better equip Europe against cyber-attacks and to strengthen the competitiveness of its cybersecurity sector. Leer ms

EU referendum

Nine out of 10 university staff back Remain

Times Higher Education survey finds 40 per cent of respondents say they are more likely to depart UK if Leave wins. Nearly 90 per cent of those working in UK higher education will vote Remain in the European Union referendum, while 40 per cent say that they are more likely to leave the country in the event of a Brexit, aTimes Higher Educationsurvey suggests. Leer ms

Brexit

Opinion polls shows the British Remain in EU campaign to be edging the to Leaves

YouGovs rolling seven-day average of all published opinion polls shows the Remain campaign to be edging it at 45 per cent to Leaves 44 per cent. This is in contrast to the Express & Stars latest poll which, with more than 20,000 entrants, shows 75 per cent of voters backing Brexit.  Leer ms

Transparencyof the groups

The European Commission adopts new lobby rules

The Commission has adopted new rules on the creation and functioning of the advisory expert groups which provide external expertise to help inform the policy-making process.  Leer ms

Political crisis in Brazil

Brazil impeachment: Rousseff appeals to Supreme Court

In a final attempt to stop the process hours before a crucial Senate vote, Brazils President Dilma Rousseff has asked the Supreme Court to block impeachment proceedings against her. Leer ms

Brazil crisis

Rousseff impeachment vote annulled in Brazil

Brazils scandal-plagued government is in deeper chaos after the interim speaker of the Lower House on Monday annulled a key vote that could have led to President Dilma Rousseff facing impeachment. Leer ms

Creating a common European identity

EU-funded project is uses new technology to rethink and reshape Europes cultural heritage

When we hear about cultural heritage we tend to think of art hanging in a museum, watching a play in the theatre or reading a book about ancient history. As such, cultural history (CH) is something from the past that we can visit and view, but not live and interact with.  Leer ms

In the service of European unification

Pope Francis to be awarded Charlemagne Prize on 6 May

The award ceremony will take place at the Vatican on 6 May. It will be introduced by "laudatio" speeches by European Parliament President Martin Schulz, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Council President Donald Tusk. On the previous day, the three EU Presidents will take part in a panel debate about the state of the EU, preceded by an address by Italian PM Matteo Renzi. Leer ms

Syria conflict

Russia hopes a truce could be extend to Aleppo

A unilateral truce declared by the Syrian military could be extended to the city of Aleppo "in the next few hours", Russia was working with the UN and US to include Aleppo in the "regime of calm" that has covered Damascus and Latakia since Saturday, Russias foreign minister says. Leer ms

US Cuba relations

US cruise ship travels to Cuba for first time in decades

The first US cruise ship bound for Cuba in half a century set sail from Florida on Sunday, marking a new milestone in the rapprochement between Washington and Havana. Leer ms

UN - North Korea missile tests

UN Security Council drafting response to latest North Korea missile test attempts

The UN Security Council is preparing response to North Koreas failed missile tests and is expected to hold an emergency session shortly. Diplomats at the Council are already thought to be discussing measures after the North unsuccessfully tried to launch two intermediate-range Musudan missiles. Leer ms

Egyptian politics

Egypts Sisi urges Egyptians to defend country from "forces of evil" ahead of protests

Egypts president Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has urged citizens to defend the state and its institutions from the "forces of evil" on Sunday, a day before planned demonstrations against his policies, including the transfer of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. Leer ms

The European Commission sends Statement of Objections to Google on Android operating system Antitrust

The European Commission sends Statement of Objections to Google on Android operating system

The European Commission has informed Google of its preliminary view that the company has, in breach of EU antitrust rules, abused its dominant position by imposing restrictions on Android device manufacturers and mobile network operators. Leer ms

1 million as initial humanitarian aid

EU supports Ecuador following deadly earthquake

ollowing the deadly earthquake, which caused multiple casualties and left many injured in Ecuador on Saturday evening, the Commission has taken immediate steps to provide coordinated European support to the relief efforts. The EU has released 1 million as initial humanitarian aid to the victims of the earthquake in Ecuador while detailed assessment of the needs is underway. This assistance will be delivered through EUs humanitarian partners in the country. Leer ms

Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management

EU provides 83 million to improve conditions for refugees in Greece

The European Commission announces 83 million under the new Emergency Assistance Instrument, proposed by the Commission on 2 March, to improve living conditions for refugees in Greece, with funding made available immediately to the UNHCR, the International Federation of the Red Cross and six international NGOs. These partners will be working with Greek NGOs who have the necessary local knowledge. Leer ms

Brazil crisis

Brazils Dilma Rousseff loses crucial impeachment vote in Congress

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff lost a decisive impeachment vote in the lower house of Congress on Sunday and appeared almost certain to be forced from office in a move that would end 13 years of leftist Workers Party rule. Leer ms

Germany and refugees issue

Germany moves towards new integration law for refugees

Migrants and refugees arriving in Germany will be required to integrate into society in return for being allowed to live and work in the country. It is a regulation of a new integration law proposed by the ruling coalition on Thursday morning.  Leer ms

Dilma Rousseff against impeachment

Brazils Dilma Rousseff will fight to last minute over impeachment call

Brazils President Dilma Rousseff has vowed to fight to "the last minute" despite the desertion of two allies ahead of Sundays impeachment vote. Leer ms

Eurozone crisis

Eurozone crisis encouraging migrants to UK

The Eurozone jobs crisis is pushing more southern European migrants to head to the UK to join those from the east, the Migration Observatory has said. Leer ms

Tax planning and money laundering

European Parliament discusses Panama Papers

11.5 million leaked documents from Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca provide detailed information about more than 214,000 offshore companies used by politicians, businessmen, criminals and public figures to hide their wealth from public scrutiny. Leer ms

Corporate tax transparency

European Commission proposes public tax transparency rules for multinationals

The Commission is leading the way towards greater corporate tax transparency by introducing public reporting requirements for the largest companies operating in the EU. Leer ms

Brazils political crisis

Dilma Rousseff accuses Brazils Vice President of coup attempt

President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil has denounced a "coup" plot against her, suggesting that Vice-President Michel Temer is one of the "conspirators". Leer ms
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