Mogherini reiterates support for Iran, Pompeo failed

Mogherini reiterates support for Iran, Pompeo failed

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Monday she would continue to support the 2015 nuclear pact because Iran continued to comply with inspections. Mogherini made the remarks before a meeting of the three European countries party to...
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The Mayor of Helsinki Will Give 1 Million EUR to The One Who Brings Some Idea

The Mayor of Helsinki Will Give 1 Million EUR to The One Who Brings Some Idea

Helsinki Mayor Jan Vapaavuori announced an international competition at a conference organized by city of Helsinki. EUR 1 million will be given to the one who brings the idea of ​​replacing the coal in the centralized heating system operated by...
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Hungary: Interest-free Loans of 10 Million Forints to Support Birth Rates

Hungary: Interest-free Loans of 10 Million Forints to Support Birth Rates

The Hungarian Parliament passed a law promoting family formation. The essence of the support is the provision of an interest-free loan of 10 million forints (about $35,000) that may be requested by spouses in the future if they “intend to...
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Comedian Zelenskiy Has a Overwhelming Lead in the Ukrainian Elections

Comedian Zelenskiy Has a Overwhelming Lead in the Ukrainian Elections

Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who coincidentally played the role of president in a television show as part of his comedy career, received 30.4% of the vote in the first round of presidential elections in Ukraine, according to opinion polls. The current president,...
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From 2021, US citizens will need a visa to visit the EU and the EU has a good reason

From 2021, US citizens will need a visa to visit the EU and the EU has a good reason

The EU announced on Friday that US citizens would need a new type of visa – the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) to visit European countries that are participants in the so-called Schengen Agreement. The so-called “Schen...
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Trump called on the governments of European countries to take back 800 ISIS terrorists

Trump called on the governments of European countries to take back 800 ISIS terrorists

President Donald Trump today at 5 A.M. on the Twitter media platform called on governments of European countries to take back their 800 terrorists who fought in Syria against the local population. The short text also contains a threat: If...
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French schools to change ‘mother & father’ to ‘parent 1 and 2’ under new law

French schools to change ‘mother & father’ to ‘parent 1 and 2’ under new law

French schools are set to mandatory replace the words ‘mother’ and ‘father’ with ‘Parent 1’ and ‘Parent 2’ following an amendment to a law which passed through French Parliament this week. The new naming convention is ostensibly aimed at ending...
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Spain Plans to Close All Nuclear Plants by 2035

Spain Plans to Close All Nuclear Plants by 2035

Spanish government to close all seven of its nuclear plants between 2025 and 2035 as part of plans to generate all the country’s electricity from renewable sources by 2050. Energy Minister Teresa Ribera just announced the move, as the Socialist...
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The results of the Finnish experiment with unconditional basic income

The results of the Finnish experiment with unconditional basic income

In Finland, at the beginning of 2017, they decided to carry out a long-term experiment with unconditional basic income. Approximately 2000 people received 560 euros each month, no-strings-attached and tax-free. An experiment with unconditional basic income wou...
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German government and EU on collision course

German government and EU on collision course

Berlin fury over bid to crush big industry. Germany is on a collision course with the European Union as eurocrats reject a landmark merger between Franco-German rail firms Alstom and Siemens. Peter Altmaier, Berlin’s economy minister, has hit back at Brusse...
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Siemens-Alstom Merger Killed By EU Competition Officials

Siemens-Alstom Merger Killed By EU Competition Officials

A merger that was supposed to create a “European champion” with the strength to counter the growing economic clout of China has been killed by the European Union’s top competition official, Margrethe Vestager. On Wednesday, Brussels blocked...
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As US Freezes, This Is Where Europeans Can’t Afford To Heat Their Homes

As US Freezes, This Is Where Europeans Can’t Afford To Heat Their Homes

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EU Parliament lectures world on rule of law, then destroys legality in Venezuela

EU Parliament lectures world on rule of law, then destroys legality in Venezuela

It’s a some degree of moral disgrace when the EU Parliament, which lectures the world on the need to respect the rule of law, uses legal language to tell lies about the legality of the situation in Venezuela, and to...
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Eurozone banks stop issuing €500 notes, although cash-loving Germany delays

Eurozone banks stop issuing €500 notes, although cash-loving Germany delays

Germans love their cash and many were not happy when the European Central Bank decided to stop issuing the €500 note. As the rest of the eurozone says goodbye, Germany is delaying its final farewell until April. Central banks in...
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German expert panel agrees on 2038 deadline to end coal use

German expert panel agrees on 2038 deadline to end coal use

In a pioneering move, a government-appointed panel on Saturday recommended that Germany stop burning coal to generate electricity by 2038 at the latest, as part of efforts to curb climate change. The so-called Coal Commission reached agreement in the early...
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