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Trump, EBS, and Manchester
Global Europe 26-05-2017

Tweets of the Week: Trump, EBS, and Manchester

Happy holiday Friday! It’s no rest for the wicked as this week we’re playing Top Trump Tweets!

23-05-2017

Mogherini: ‘It is clearly an attack on the European youth’

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini expressed condolences on Tuesday over Monday night's deadly attack in the UK city of Manchester.

Elections 19-05-2017

Tweets of the Week: Eurovision, Macron’s cabinet, and LGBTI rights

It’s EUTweets! Your weekly round up from the Brussels Bubble Twitterati.

Global Europe 18-05-2017

The story of an 18-year-old refugee from Iraq

Hassan was in Kirkuk when a bomb exploded in a nearby building. He was with some friends. They entered to see if they can help. A machine gun opened fire on them. His companions died. He is now 18 and calls Romania his home. Hassan spoke to EURACTIV.ro

Agrifood 16-05-2017

Bioenergy for rural development: An engine of growth for a rural renaissance

Emigration, unemployment, lack of services: these are among the many challenges faced by European rural areas.

Macron, Europe Day, and Mariya Gabriel (Tweets of the Week, Ep. 2)
Elections 12-05-2017

Tweets of the Week: Macron, Europe Day, and Mariya Gabriel

Hello and welcome to this week’s Friday fun with EU Tweets. Of course, dominating the news this week is Emmanuel Macron’s presidential victory in France.

Anti-government protests sweep Czech Republic

Thousands gathered in Prague and other Czech cities on Wednesday (10 May) for protests against Vice-Prime Minister Babiš and President Zeman, claiming they will continue to demonstrate until both politicians resign. EURACTIV Czech Republic reports.

Alcohol 10-05-2017

Regulating consumers, ensuring public health?

Soft drinks, food, tobacco, alcohol and e-cigarettes are among the most regulated consumer products in Europe.

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Digital 08-05-2017

European Digital Single Market review

Stakeholders, including country representatives, consumer advocates and digital economy players rate Europe's Digital Single Market proposals using emojis ahead of the European Commission releasing its DSM midterm review.

05-05-2017

Tweets of the Week: French elections, Brexit dinner, and the House of European History

It's back. It's EU tweets.Your weekly dose of snark and sarcasm, with a side serving of intrigue from the Brussels bubble.

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Digital 03-05-2017

Companies need to cooperate globally in an open world

EUREKA Chairman and CDTI Director-General Francisco Marín on
internationalisation, open innovation, equity funding - and how EUREKA can
support innovative companies through its various instruments.

Digital 28-04-2017

Yellow Academy: Staying Relevant in the EU Policy Space

EURACTIV’s Yellow Academy is a series of workshops on EU lobbying and communication with a strong focus on case studies.

Agrifood 28-04-2017

What consumers want: A supply chain for farmers and consumers

Over the past few years, price volatility has become a central concern for European farmers and consumers due to changes in demand, supply and the structural characteristics of the market.

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WindEurope – the best European trade association of 2017

Find out why WindEurope was named the best European association and see the benefits you can enjoy by becoming a member.

Freedom of thought 28-04-2017

Freedom of religion and belief beyond the EU’s borders

Religious freedom is one of the most essential human rights, enshrined solidly in international law. Being part of EU primary law, the Union has committed to promote and protect religious freedom worldwide.

Central Europe 27-04-2017

Syrian refugee in Romania: ISIS banned chemistry and biology

In recent years, the Syrian community in Romania grew due to the ongoing civil war. They say they like Romania. They have their school there. But still, the refugees wish to eventually return home, they told EURACTIV.ro.

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Agrifood 27-04-2017

Help nature – change agriculture

Europe's food and farming system is broken. It's not protecting farmers, nature or people. We can change it now: http://www.wwf.eu/living_land/

Agrifood 26-04-2017

Free trade deals and their crucial role in EU agri-food exports

Names like CETA, TTIP and TTP now dominate the global trade agenda. They are inescapable factors in our globalised world. But what is their effect on the European Union's agri-food sector? EURACTIV's partner EFEAgro reports.

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Digital 25-04-2017

Luukas Ilves on the Digital Priorities for the Estonian Presidency

It is clear, first of all, that we have a lot of work to do on the Digital Single Market legislative files.

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Freedom of thought 24-04-2017

The EU needs a Special Representative for freedom of religion or belief

77% of the world’s population – that is 5.5 billion people - are living in countries where the free exercise of religion or belief is severely restricted.

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Agrifood 24-04-2017

Making precision farming mainstream

"Precision farming is a farm-management concept that should and must be available to all farmers who are committed to developing a sustainable and responsible agriculture sector” says Yara’s CEO, Svein Tore Holsether.

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The value of drinking water

Drinking water is essential for life. We all depend on a reliable supply for our homes, workplaces and society.

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Digital 14-04-2017

The SSIX project explained

We all like to express our opinions online about products, brands, and politicians. When public opinion sways, it can make or break a company or public figure.

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Health 14-04-2017

How the off-patent medicines industry contributes to the sustainability of healthcare systems

The Joint 23rd Medicines for Europe and 20th IGBA Annual Conference will bring together over 300 experts from the generic and biosimilar sector to provide market trends, innovative commercial strategies, new updates and opportunities for growth for affordable medicines.