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Austria pushes for exemption to stem asylum seekers

We’ve already taken in our fair share – the message from Austria, who says it is seeking an exemption from having to accept more asylum seekers under an EU relocation…

We’ve already taken in our fair share – the message from Austria, who says it is seeking an exemption from having to accept more asylum seekers under an EU relocation…

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EU spending: transparency and control

This Belgian waffle cost me two euros. More than twice what the EU budget represents per day and per person. So is it so expensive and poorly managed as is sometimes said? We came to seek answers in Brussels, the capital of the European institutions," reported euronews correspondent Valerie Gauriat

This Belgian waffle cost me two euros. More than twice what the EU budget represents per day and per person. So is it so expensive and poorly managed as is sometimes said? We came to seek answers in Brussels, the capital of the European institutions," reported euronews correspondent Valerie Gauriat

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EU OK's Hungarian nuclear plant extension

The European Commission has given the go-ahead for the extension of a Hungarian nuclear plant, which is being bankrolled by Russia.

The European Commission has given the go-ahead for the extension of a Hungarian nuclear plant, which is being bankrolled by Russia.

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Protesters gather outside European Parliament over Accessibility Act

The European Disability Forum led a protest outside the European Parliament in Brussels on Monday, aimed at persuading MEPs to strengthen the European Accessibility…

The European Disability Forum led a protest outside the European Parliament in Brussels on Monday, aimed at persuading MEPs to strengthen the European Accessibility…

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EU Commission non-committal over Parliament's US visa call

The EU Commission has said it will “take note” of a vote by the European Parliament to reintroduce visa requirements for US citizens, temporarily.

The EU Commission has said it will “take note” of a vote by the European Parliament to reintroduce visa requirements for US citizens, temporarily.

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The State of the Union: Juncker's EU blueprint

This is the State of the Union, a roundup of the top stories from across Europe from the past seven days.

This is the State of the Union, a roundup of the top stories from across Europe from the past seven days.

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Waiting for Juncker's white paper on a "multi-speed" EU

The President of the European Commission reportedly plans to offer member states a number of "pathways" to post-Brexit unity

The President of the European Commission reportedly plans to offer member states a number of "pathways" to post-Brexit unity

Business

Royal Bank of Scotland makes a loss for ninth straight year

Royal Bank of Scotland - the subject of the world's biggest bank rescue - has announced losses of 6.96 billion pounds (8.2 billion euros) for 2016.

Royal Bank of Scotland - the subject of the world's biggest bank rescue - has announced losses of 6.96 billion pounds (8.2 billion euros) for 2016.

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Commission tells Germany to boost public investment

The European Commission says Germany’s sound public finances mean it could put more money into public investment to boost growth.

The European Commission says Germany’s sound public finances mean it could put more money into public investment to boost growth.

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Greeks need "light at the end of austerity tunnel"

Discussions between Greece, its European lenders and the International Monetary Fund on the country’s bailout obligations have dragged on for months as disagreements persist over fiscal issues, labour

Discussions between Greece, its European lenders and the International Monetary Fund on the country’s bailout obligations have dragged on for months as disagreements persist over fiscal issues, labour

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Cautious economic forecasts in a time of uncertainty

Business Line looks at economic forecasts for the world and for Europe, seeing how forecasters are reexamining their perspectives and perceptions.

Business Line looks at economic forecasts for the world and for Europe, seeing how forecasters are reexamining their perspectives and perceptions.

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EU casts doubt on British growth prospects amid Brexit uncertainty

An official EU forecast published on Monday said that Britain’s economic growth will slow over the next two years amid uncertainty that surrounds the country’s future relationship with the…

An official EU forecast published on Monday said that Britain’s economic growth will slow over the next two years amid uncertainty that surrounds the country’s future relationship with the…

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EU portability means Netflix and travel

European Commission agrees new portability rules to end 'geo-blocking' so Europeans travelling within the EU will be able to access digital content.

European Commission agrees new portability rules to end 'geo-blocking' so Europeans travelling within the EU will be able to access digital content.

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Fears in Brussels mount after Bucharest weakens corruption fight

In Brussels, there is increasing alarm over the Romanian government’s emergency decree, which critics say will reduce penalties for corruption.

In Brussels, there is increasing alarm over the Romanian government’s emergency decree, which critics say will reduce penalties for corruption.

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What do Romanians think of country's corruption controversy?

Romanians have been writing to Euronews giving their views on the corruption controversy engulfing their country: Ion Sava, 35, a civil engineer, told Euronews: “The protests stems from the sneaky and

Romanians have been writing to Euronews giving their views on the corruption controversy engulfing their country: Ion Sava, 35, a civil engineer, told Euronews: “The protests stems from the sneaky and

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Explainer: why Romanians are in despair over anti-corruption reforms

Romania has seen its biggest protests since the 1989 revolution after the new leftist government pushed through controversial anti-corruption reforms.

Romania has seen its biggest protests since the 1989 revolution after the new leftist government pushed through controversial anti-corruption reforms.

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France's Le Pen defies demand for "misspent" funds

France’s National Front leader Marine Le Pen has defied a deadline set by the EU authorities for her to repay funds they claim she has misspent.

France’s National Front leader Marine Le Pen has defied a deadline set by the EU authorities for her to repay funds they claim she has misspent.

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Brussels to keep monitoring Romania over corruption

Brussels says it will continue keeping tabs on Romania over corruption – “despite scores of MPs, mayors and magistrates being put on trial for graft in recent…

Brussels says it will continue keeping tabs on Romania over corruption – “despite scores of MPs, mayors and magistrates being put on trial for graft in recent…

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How to make toast without increasing cancer risk

When cooking bread to make toast, or when frying, baking or roasting, strive for a slightly golden colour rather than a deep brown.

When cooking bread to make toast, or when frying, baking or roasting, strive for a slightly golden colour rather than a deep brown.