EURACTIV Network Archives

  • Romania calls for mutual recognition of COVID-19 tests

    Politics 30-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Romanian President Klaus Iohannis caling for a unified EU approach on the mutual recognition of COVID-19 tests, the French army reinforcing the number of soldeiers to protect places of worship and schools, and so much more.

  • Bulgaria to block EU negotiations with Skopje

    Politics 29-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about France going into a second lockdown, the Czech Republic's former health minister getting a top award for his efforts in fighting the pandemic after he was sacked for breaching COVID-19 rules, and so much more.

  • Spanish government plans to tax the richest

    Politics 28-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Slovakia gearing up to test the entire population for COVID-19 over the weekend, the French government intending to re-impose a lockdown though different to the one in March, and so much more.

  • Kyiv summons Hungarian envoy over election interference

    Politics 27-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Lithuania's new conservative-liberal party to be, how domestic violence increased by 50% in Croatia during the pandemic, and so much more.

  • Bulgaria joins US coalition against Huawei

    Politics 26-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about the Czech Health Minister being forced to resign after breaching his own COVID-19 rules, the hacking of a private psychotherapy centre in Finland leading to cyber criminals holding the data of tens of thousands of clients to ransom, and so much more.

  • Poland closer to total ban on abortion after top court ruling

    Politics 23-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about the failed attempt of Spanish far-right party Vox to oust Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's government, 'Poland's highest court making it even harder to get an abortion in the country legally, and so much more.

  • Commission: Breton not involved in EU tender won by his former company

    Politics 22-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about German Health Minister Jens Spahn testing positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday (21 October), why Croatian hospitals may be left without medication, and so much more.

  • German municipalities prevented taking in refugees

    Politics 21-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about France upping its EU budget contribution by quite a wide margin, Slovakia gearing up to test its entire population for COVID-19, and so much more.

  • Belgium to scrap COVID-19 tests for asymptomatic

    Politics 20-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about how a citizen's initiative to reform Finland’s abortion laws has gathered more than 50,000 signatures within a few months, Poland transforming its biggest stadium into an emergency field hospital, and so much more.

  • Sweden readies massive military budget surge

    Politics 19-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about the likelihood of Sweden's parliament adopting a proposal that would considerably increase its defence spending levels, the Slovak government's plan to have its entire population tested for coronavirus, and so much more.

  • EU countries warm up recovery fund engine

    Politics 16-10-2020

    In today's Special Edition of the Capitals, find out more about EU member states' priorities when it comes to their national recovery plans which were supposed to be submitted to the European Commission on Thursday (15 October), as well as so much more.

  • German restrictions ‘not tough enough to avert disaster’, says Merkel

    Politics 15-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Hungarians receiving $10,000 for renovating their homes as a way to recover from the coronavirus crisis, more women than men losing their jobs in Austria as a result of the crisis, and so much more.

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