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EU and Turkey´s visa issue

Turkey needs to fulfil deal to gain visa-free EU travel

A deal to allow Turks visa-free travel within Europe will collapse if Ankara does not fulfil its commitments, the European Commission president has said. Leer más

Cuban immigrants – agreement with Panama

Panama flying thousands of Cuban immigrants to U.S-Mexico border

Thousands of Cuban migrants are heading to the U.S-Mexico border as part of a deal with Panama. The move created a new bottleneck in Panama for the migrants who fly to South American countries and then walk or take buses through Central America north towards the U.S. Leer más

Protests in France

France labour reforms: Protests as government pushes through bill

Fierce protests have broken out across France after the government forced through controversial labo Leer más

UN-IS in Iraq

UN evony: ´More than 50´ IS mass graves found in Iraq

A UN envoy has said over 50 mass graves have so far been found in various parts of Iraq that were previously controlled by so-called Islamic State (IS). Leer más

EU referendum

Albania doesn´t want to be outside EU

Cabinet minister and Leave campaigner Michael Gove has suggested Britain could prosper outside the EU by joining Balkan countries such as Albania in a European free-trade zone. However, Albania is keen to travel in precisely the opposite direction. Leer más

Syria conflict

Air strike kills at least 28 people in refugee camp on Turkey-Syria border

At least 28 people are reported to have been killed and dozens more wounded in an air strike on a refugee camp in rebel-held northern Syria, opposition activists have said. Leer más

  Russia hopes a truce could be extend to Aleppo
 Aleppo endured another day of deadly clashes
 Hundreds refugees have drowned in Mediterranean after boats capsize

EU and Turkey´s integration

European Commission proposes visa-free travel for Turks in Europe

The European Commission - the administrative arm of the EU - proposed Wednesday that Turks be allowed to travel to countries in the European Union without visas, a move that appeared to be part of a deal to secure Turkey´s help in stemming the mass movement of migrants through Turkey and on into Europe. Leer más

Syria conflict

Aleppo endured another day of deadly clashes

Syria´s divided second city of Aleppo where rocked by fresh fighting, had endured another day of deadly clashes. State media said rebels shelled a mosque in the government-held district of Bab al-Faraj, killing 15 people. Leer más

France - labour law protests

Scores arrested, police wounded in violence at French labor law protests

More than a hundred demonstrators were detained and 24 security officers injured as clashes broke out during protests across France against a proposed labour law change on Thursday, the France´s interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve said. Leer más

Corruption in Ukraine

US calls the Ukraine´s government to jail corrupt officials

The United States is urging Ukraine to start jailing corrupt officials, after months of political turmoil that has delayed billions of dollars in foreign loans. Leer más

Energy crisis in Venezuela

Venezuela introduces two-day working week to save energy crisis

Venezuela´s socialist government has imposed a two-day working week for public sector workers as a temporary measure to help it overcome a serious energy crisis. Leer más

Migrant crisis

Clashes break out at refugee camp on Lesbos as Greek minister visits

Clashes have broken out between migrants and riot police at a detention centre on the Greek island of Lesbos on Tuesday. Riot police are conducting an operation in and out of the camp at the moment, police said. Leer más

Digital age

26 April: World Intellectual Property Day

Every April 26, we celebrate World Intellectual Property Day to learn about the role that intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright) play in encouraging innovation and creativity. Leer más

Sexual violence in Somalia

UN expert calls Somalia´s Government to enhance the capacity of the judiciary in sexual violence

A United Nations human rights expert today called on the Government of Somalia to enhance the capacity of the judiciary and police force in handling cases of sexual and gender-based violence, and to prohibit the handling of such cases by traditional clan elders. Leer más

Top dangerous toys and clothing products

2,072 alerts of dangerous products detected in 2015 in Europe

The European Commission published new figures today showing that, in 2015, more than 2,000 dangerous products triggered EU-wide alerts. A key challenge is the increasing share of products bought online from outside the EU. Leer más

Mexico and marijuana laws

Mexico President Pena Nieto proposes legalizing marijuana

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has proposed relaxing marijuana laws for medical purposes and easing limits for personal use of the drug. He said he would be sending a bill to the Congress to increase the amount users can legally carry from the current five grams to 28 (0.18-1oz). Leer más

Tropical Cyclone Winston

Humanitarian efforts in Fiji must continue two months after storm

Marking two months since Tropical Cyclone Winston hit Fiji, today the United Nations senior humanitarian official in the South Pacific has said that "work is far from over" and that there are significant needs for continued relief efforts. Leer más

European counterterror - IS

The Islamic State seeks for nuclear materials European counterterror chiefs warns

Islamic State militants are seeking to secure biological and nuclear materials to build rudimentary weapons of mass destruction, European counterterror chiefs warned at a London conference Tuesday. Leer más

European Commission president

Jean-Claude Juncker states that the EU ´interferes´ too much in people´s lives

The European Union has lost its attractiveness because it meddles too much in people´s lives, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker admitted today.The most senior bureaucrat in Brussels said the EU had become involved in "too many domains where member states... are better placed to take action".  Leer más

Axl Rose will replace Brian Johnson

ACDC announces the temporary replacement its lead singer

Late Saturday night, AC/DC officially announced the departure of longtime frontman Brian Johnson and his—at least temporary—replacement by Guns N´ Roses´ Axl Rose. Leer más

University of the Basque Country

Economic crisis has worsened the hard lives of homeless people

Until now, no large-scale scientific studies had been done into the impact of the economic crisis on homeless people. A study by the University of the Basque Country has explained how, between 2008 and 2012, the employment situation, together with cuts to certain state benefits, has put the brakes on the reintegration of homeless people into society, especially if they are foreign. Leer más

Europe migrant crisis

Hundreds refugees have drowned in Mediterranean after boats capsize

Hundreds of migrants drowned when their boat capsized in the Mediterranean, survivors have told - although there is no official confirmation.Around 500 people died, but coastguards in the region have been unable to confirm their accounts, the survivors who were transferred to another vessel when it sank in the middle of the night said. Leer más

UNICEF, Workd Bank - early childhood development

UNICEF, World Bank urge global and national leaders to step up action in early childhood development

The heads of the United Nations Children´s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Bank Group are jointly urging global and national leaders to step up action and investments in nutrition and early childhood development programmes as a critical foundation for equitable development and economic growth. Leer más

Mexico federal agents implicated in students´ disappearance

The Mexico federal officers were present in the disappearance of 43 students

Two Mexican federal police officers participated in the disappearance of 43 students in Guerrero state, the National Human Rights Commission said Thursday, implicating national agents in the 2014 case for the first time. Leer más

Trending Science

Mathematicians use ´Game of Thrones´ to highlight the growing importance of network science

The wildly popular fantasy HBO TV series ´Game of Thrones´ will be returning for its sixth season later this month, and in advance of this a team of US-based researchers have applied a mathematical algorithm to ask the most potent question about the world of Westeros: who exactly is the real main character? Leer más
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