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In an interview with DER SPIEGEL former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont talks about fleeing Spain his detention in Germany and the future of the independence movement.
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Biotechnology giant Monsanto is scrapping plans to win approval to grow new types of genetically modified crops in the European Union.
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As Great Britain gears up to leave the European Union Frankfurt could take over as the new go-to city for expat bankers. If it can convince them to come that is
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L’Orchestre des jeunes de l’Union européenne est assurément une success story du Vieux continent ! Depuis son premier passage au Young Euro Classic en l’an 2000 la formation a plus d’une fois eu droit à une standing ovation. Ce qui n’a rien d...
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Der Schwimmer Henning Mühlleitner von der Neckarsulmer Sport-Union holte bei den European Championships in Glasgow die Bronze-Medaille im 400-Meter-Freistil- Wettkampf.
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In a SPIEGEL interview Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg attacks European politicians for lacking vision  describes the resentment felt by small EU members at the dominance of Germany and France and warns the Germans against megalomania in their...
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Vaclav Klaus will leave office next week after a decade as president of the Czech Republic. Although he played an important role in his country's history his legacy is likely to be marred by his controversial positions on the European Union climate change...
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For the first time since the Velvet Revolution  citizens in the Czech Republic will have the opportunity to vote directly for their head of state in two weeks. Former Prime Minister Milos Zeman is in the pole position. His tough-talking style appeals to ...
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Only two countries Malta and Slovakia have yet to ratify the expansion of the euro bailout fund. Its fate may be in the hands of a minor Slovak party headed by Richard Sulik. In an interview  the politician explains why he hopes the fund will fail and...
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On May 1 Germany and Austria will open up their labor markets to citizens of the Eastern European countries that joined the EU in 2004 -- seven years after most other EU members let them in. But Berlin's protectionist fears have only hurt the German econom...
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Having suffered painful self-imposed economic reforms Slovakia doesn't see why it should help bail out euro-zone partners like Greece. Prime Minister Iveta Radicova is trying to talk her country into solidarity but has become increasingly isolated ...
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The parliament of Slovakia voted against the expansion of the euro bailout fund on Tuesday stalling plans to contain the debt crisis. The government of Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova has fallen but will continue in a caretaker role. It has pledged ...
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German media commentators have their doubts about left-wing populist Robert Fico who won Sunday's general election in Slovakia with an overwhelming majority giving him the same degree of power as his controversial Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban. Edito...
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The Slovak parliament voted on Thursday to approve the expansion of the euro bailout fund. An earlier rejection forced the current government to agree to new elections in exchange for opposition support for the measure which will increase the rescue packag...
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The Slovakian government has had trouble enforcing payment of sales tax for years now leading to hundreds of millions of euros in tax shortfall. It now has an idea that is relatively novel in Europe: Bratislava wants to convert sales reciepts into lottery ...
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Slovakia looks set to ratify the expansion of the euro bailout fund in a second vote this week after the government reached a deal with opposition parties on Wednesday. The country had thrown euro rescue efforts into doubt on Tuesday night when it became th...
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Slovakia is expected to vote on the expansion of the euro rescue fund on Tuesday. The debate preceeding the vote has been a divisive one. And the parliament's support for the reform is anything but a given. So what would happen if lawmakers in Bratislava bl...
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This week Washington and Brussels struck an unexpected agreement to lift levies in the tariff conflict between the U.S. and the EU. The move represents a victory for all sides but especially beleaguered European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
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During an official visit to Japan German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas unveiled the first hints of Berlin's new plan for countering Donald Trump's nationalist policies: a network of countries with a shared belief in the rules of the postwar order.
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Hundreds of people wait in Macedonia for a train that will take them to the north of the country from where they hope to continue into the European Union.
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The realization came very late that coexistence serves peoples more than conflict. It was the idea of European integration the steps towards union.