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www.news18.com "Unacceptable" Poland Demands Answers After Germany Dumpsters Afghan Migrants At Polish Border - News18

The Polish Prime Minister has demanded an explanation from Berlin over an “unacceptable" incident at Poland’s border with Germany German police reportedly drove a family of Afghan migrants across the border and abandoned them on Polish soil. Local news site Chojna24.pl published a video which purpor...

"Unacceptable" Poland Demands Answers After Germany Dumpsters Afghan Migrants At Polish Border - News18
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news.sky.com Dozens of police officers are powerless on French beaches as people smugglers exploit loopholes to pack dinghy

Sky News witnessed the desperation of migrants trying to board a dinghy off a French beach, with police powerless to stop the people smugglers. The atmosphere turned from calm to chaotic in a matter of seconds.

Dozens of police officers are powerless on French beaches as people smugglers exploit loopholes to pack dinghy
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www.theguardian.com EU passes law to restore 20% of bloc’s land and sea by end of decade

Narrow vote causes fury in Vienna where climate minister is threatened with legal action by coalition partners

EU passes law to restore 20% of bloc’s land and sea by end of decade
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www.bbc.com Greek coastguard threw migrants overboard to their deaths, witnesses say

More than 40 people are alleged to have died as a result of Greek coastguard actions, BBC analysis reveals.

Greek coastguard threw migrants overboard to their deaths, witnesses say
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www.techrepublic.com Apple Set to be Charged by EU for Violating Digital Markets Act

Apple is allegedly not allowing developers to “steer” their apps’ users to third-party purchase options.

Apple Set to be Charged by EU for Violating Digital Markets Act
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www.theguardian.com ‘Crime is out of hand’: how young people turned to far right in east German city

Germans under 25 gave the AfD 16% of their vote in the European elections, with particular support in the east

‘Crime is out of hand’: how young people turned to far right in east German city
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www.eurotopics.net Turkey: Brics instead of EU?

Turkey wants to join the Brics economic community, Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan said during his visit to China last week - the first by a high-ranking Turkish politician in 12 years.

Turkey: Brics instead of EU?
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EU fines Hungary €200 million for flouting asylum laws

The EU’s top court on Thursday fined Hungary 200 million euros ($216 million) and imposed a daily one-million-euro penalty for failing to follow the bloc’s asylum laws and illegally deporting migrants, a decision Budapest slammed as “unacceptable”.

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fortune.com Volvo is moving EV production from China to Belgium as the EU eyes tariffs on Beijing

On top of transferring production of Volvo’s EX30 and EX90 models to Belgium, the carmaker may also move assembly of some Volvo models bound for the UK.

Volvo is moving EV production from China to Belgium as the EU eyes tariffs on Beijing
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www.bleepingcomputer.com DDoS attacks target EU political parties as elections begin

Hacktivists are conducting DDoS attacks on European political parties that represent and promote strategies opposing their interests, according to a report by Cloudflare.

DDoS attacks target EU political parties as elections begin
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Inside Brexit: Exclusive Access to EU Negotiations | EPISODE 1 | SLICE EXPERTS

Documentary series on the history of Brexit.

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www.techdirt.com Top EU Court Says There’s No Right To Online Anonymity, Because Copyright Is More Important

A year ago, Walled Culture wrote about an extremely important case that was being considered by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), the EU’s top court. The central question was wheth…

Top EU Court Says There’s No Right To Online Anonymity, Because Copyright Is More Important
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euobserver.com Macron’s tactics against the far right failed

French president Emmanuel Macron had two main goals for his presidency: to curb the rise of the far right, and to make Europe independent from the US and from China – with France as its leader. Now he is losing Europe to the far right.

Macron’s tactics against the far right failed
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www.euractiv.com Sweden to ban bottom fishing in territorial waters

Sweden is set to become the second EU country to ban bottom fishing in marine protected areas, going a step further than Greece's April decision by banning it in all territorial waters.

Sweden to ban bottom fishing in territorial waters
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Netherlands kicks off four days of EU elections across 27 nations

Polls opened in the Netherlands on Thursday to kick off four days of voting in European Union parliamentary elections across the 27 member states that are expected to deliver gains for the hard right.

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www.androidcentral.com Google's Gemini app finally expands to the UK and EU

Android users in those regions now have access to the full Gemini app via the Play Store.

Google's Gemini app finally expands to the UK and EU
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telegraph.co.uk Children to be screened for smartphone addiction as Spain clamps down on child online harms

The country will create special centres to treat mobile addiction and related pathologies in the young under a new law

Children to be screened for smartphone addiction as Spain clamps down on child online harms
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academic.oup.com Does Pricing Carbon Mitigate Climate Change? Firm-Level Evidence from the European Union Emissions Trading System

Abstract. In theory, market-based regulatory instruments correct market failures at least cost. However, evidence on their efficacy remains scarce. Using a

Does Pricing Carbon Mitigate Climate Change? Firm-Level Evidence from the European Union Emissions Trading System

"Using administrative data, we estimate that, on average, the EU ETS – the world's first and largest market-based climate policy – induced regulated manufacturing firms to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 14-16% with no detectable contractions in economic activity. "

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Police officer dies after attack at anti-Islam rally in Germany
  • Russia isn't pro Islam. Russia is funding everything that could cause trouble for the west. Actually it wouldn't surprise me if Russia funded both sides just to create conflict.

    Russia funding the far right is well established.

  • Police officer dies after attack at anti-Islam rally in Germany
  • Not to take any blame away from the terrorist, but this is what the organisers hope for.

    And Putin is jumping with joy. Anything that divide us is good for him. Wouldn't surprise me if Russia funded the organisers.