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The costs and benefits of establishing the relative dangers of the European Union’s chemical production lie at the heart of a special hearing at the
Berlin and Brussels have let it be known they share similiar attitudes on the EU’s Stability Pact, as finance ministers entered talks meant to refine
Luxembourg’s outlook for its six months in the European Union rotating presidency is one of determination rather than optimism.
A “Visa Information System” (VIS) for the 25 will use biometric information by 2007, to increase the EU’s internal security and to curtail illegal
Unemployment figures remained unchanged in the euro zone countries in October and November 2004.According to the European statistics office Eurostat
Television adverts on the European constitution in Spain have begun preparing the country for a referendum on the charter on February 20. They’ll be
EU foreign, development and health ministers are meeting in Brussels today to co-ordinate efforts to help victims of the Asian tsunami. They will
A diplomatic incident between the president of the European Parliament Josep Borrell and Poland seems to have blown over.
Polish newspaper Gazeta
Apart from some inevitable Christmas shopping, European consumers are in wait-and-see mode; they don’t seem to be in a rush to open their wallets in
As world players meet to discuss tsunami relief, from Brussels to Jakarta, Europe is asserting its presence. A day of international talks in
At the same time as citizens all over Europe stopped what they were doing to pay respect for those who died from the Indian Ocean disaster, European
After the emotional ceremonies to honour the tsunami victims, Brussels says practical work in the aftermath is going ahead as quickly as possible
Veteran European Commissioner Viviane Reding is in the midst of a row in her native Luxembourg over hiring a housekeeper from the Philippines. This
2005 sees new European rules come into force on detailed identification of products and monitoring of the processes that bring them to the consumer’s
It is now official that four candidates are contenders to head the World Trade Organisation, with Frenchman Pascal Lamy as the EU’s choice. He was
The European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid, Louis Michel, has been touring parts of Sri Lanka to see first-hand the devastation wrought by last
A European Union carbon dioxide emissions trading market has been launched, aimed at reducing gases which cause global warming. The scheme developed
Prices for clothing are set to come down, benefiting consumers in Europe and worldwide. The end of a decades-old system of import-export quotas for
Turkey must completely changes its societal attitudes as well as reforming its economy if it is serious about joining the European Union.
Bulgaria has been banned from exporting all poultry products until the end of January.
The European Commission introduced the suspension after
The face of farming in Europe will begin to change from next year.
From January 1, the subsidies the EU pays to farmers will no longer be linked to
The European Union’s leaders are in Brussels to decide the terms for the start of membership negotiations with Turkey, but everyone still has to
The EU governments have received an encouraging signal from the European Parliament.
The MEPs have voted in favour of opening membership