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European airlines mull cockpit rule changes after Germanwings crash

27/03 15:06 CET

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  5. 19/02/2015EU extends Mediterranean rescue mission until 2015
  6. 19/02/2015Germany snubs Greece’s EU loan offer
  7. 18/02/2015Greece set to seek loan agreement deal
  8. 16/02/2015Pessimism clouds fresh Greek debt talks
  9. 11/02/2015MEPs want tougher labelling rules
  10. 10/02/2015Eurozone officials seek Greek debt deal
  11. 09/02/2015EU delays sanctions amid push for Ukraine peace
  12. 05/02/2015European Parliament shuns committee of inquiry into LuxLeaks
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  18. 02/02/2015New mandate starts for European Committee of the Regions
  19. 29/01/2015EU extends first set of Russian sanctions
  20. 29/01/2015EU interior ministers back airline data sharing
  21. 29/01/2015EU eyes fresh Russia sanctions amid Greek opposition
  22. 29/01/2015EU edges closer to airline data sharing after Charlie Hebdo attacks
  23. 28/01/2015Ukrainian expats rally for tougher EU sanctions
  24. 27/01/2015Ukraine seals emergency EU loan amid bankruptcy threat
  25. 22/01/2015Expat Greeks frustrated over voting rights
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  28. 15/01/2015Turkey rejects claims that it stifles free speech
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  71. 17/11/2014EU moves to sanction Ukraine separatists
  72. 17/11/2014EU foreign ministers mull sanctions against Ukrainian separatists
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  75. 12/11/2014EU’s Juncker fights back in LuxLeaks row
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  77. 06/11/2014Belgian protest against austerity turns violent
  78. 05/11/2014World Health Organisation pleads for more health workers to fight Ebola
  79. 05/11/2014Cameron has problems with other EU leaders, says Commission chief Juncker
  80. 04/11/2014EU Commission lowers growth forecasts, promises 300 billion euro investment plan for Christmas
  81. 03/11/2014Muted start for new European Commission
  82. 29/10/2014EU eyes ‘interim’ deal in Ukraine, Russia gas talks
  83. 28/10/2014No way, José! Barroso bows out with swipe at UK’s Cameron over EU bill row
  84. 28/10/2014France, Italy avert budget row with EU Commission
  85. 27/10/2014EU’s Ebola crisis czar to visit west Africa
  86. 24/10/2014EU summit ends in blazing budget row
  87. 23/10/2014EU leaders mull climate targets for 2030
  88. 22/10/2014EU leaders consider climate package
  89. 22/10/2014MEPs back Juncker’s Commission lineup
  90. 21/10/2014Congolese doctor picks up top EU rights award
  91. 21/10/2014European Commission: Barroso bows ahead of vote on Juncker’s new team
  92. 20/10/2014EU to create Ebola czar
  93. 17/10/2014Mediterranean mayors call on EU for help to deal with influx of migrants
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  95. 16/10/2014Ebola crisis: EU pushes for improved screening in affected countries
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  97. 15/10/2014EU’s Juncker junks Bulc as next energy czar
  98. 15/10/2014UK starts Ebola screening at airports
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  138. 10/09/2014New EU Commission gives key economic posts to France, Britain
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