"What we're trying to do is provide the solid data, together with the satellites, that will tell us how the atmosphere is changing"
Head of Ozone Group, Deutscher Wetterdienst
"This study shows how governments in Europe ... are fuelling dangerous climate change and air pollution with taxpayers’ money.""
Overseas Development Institute
"Threatening to indiscriminately slaughter hundreds of thousands of civilians to protect ourselves is a stupid idea."
Executive Director, ICAN
"“This is a Christian country... If you go to Turkey or Saudi Arabia and start to discredit Islam, the reaction will be the same”"
Student who fled to Austria from Chechnya
"Thousands of seeds of a single species can be kept alive for tens or hundreds of years""
Maria Manuela Sim-Sim
Curator, Seed Bank A. L. Belo Correia
"He has independence at his core. It is not something that he has improvised"
Friend of Carles Puigdemont
"There will be no cheating. The process is set in a way that you can't cheat. Even at the precinct, the walls of the precinct or the doors of the polling places we will have the results posted."
"“My family are talking about Catalan independence in a WhatsApp group and it’s like hmmmm, I’m going to shut up,”"
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European Commission chief Jean Claude Juncker once again faced questions about Luxembourg’s sweetheart tax deals with major firms on Tuesday.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
US President Donald Trump has kicked off his whirlwind visit to Brussels.
European commission shows solidarity with the British people
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his victory.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker joked on Friday that the English language is losing its importance in Europe as a result of Brexit.
Juncker said he would speak in French because "slowly but surely English is losing importance in Europe" during an address in Florence.
Theresa May has dismissed an account of a “difficult dinner” with Jean-Claude Junker as mere “Brussels gossip”.
EU leaders have approved negotiating guidelines for Britain’s exit from the bloc at a special summit in Brussels.
Clearing the air, the British Prime Minister has welcomed the EU’s Brexit negotiation team in London.
The day after the night before.
There is criticism from the European Commission’s president over controversial moves by Hungary’s prime minister to crackdown on foreign universities.
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