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EU demands immediate halt to Russia strikes on moderate Syrian rebels

EU demands immediate halt to Russia strikes on moderate Syrian rebels

The EU demanded Monday the "immediate" halt of Russian air strikes against moderate Syrian rebel groups and warned a lasting peace was impossible under Moscow-backed President Bashar al-Assad.

EU orders Spain to submit new budget as election nears

The European Commission on Monday ordered Spain to submit a new draft budget with lower deficit estimates to avoid violating the bloc's tough spending rules, in a blow for the government ahead of Spanish elections.

EU to suspend Belarus sanctions after Lukashenko re-election

The European Union agreed Monday to suspend sanctions against the regime of Belarussian strongman Alexander Lukashenko after he won a fifth term as president, even though observers said the poll was flawed.

Russia's Gazprom resumes gas supplies to Ukraine

Gazprom on Monday resumed gas supplies to Ukraine after receiving prepayment of $234 million (206 million euros) from Kiev, assuaging European fears about a new energy crisis ahead of the winter heating season.

Campaign to keep Britain in EU warns exit would weaken country

Supporters and opponents of Britain's European Union membership squared off for battle ahead of a referendum due by 2017, with the campaign to stay in becoming the last to launch on Monday.


Luca Visentini, a poet as European trade union head

Luca Visentini, ETUCLuca Visentini, tipped to be the new secretary general of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), is a union doyen, and occasional poet, who hopes to boost job creation in the wake of the economic crisis.

EU pollutant emission testing - ACEA statement

In light of the latest emission testing news, ACEA recognises the gravity of the situation and is taking this very seriously. However, we cannot comment on an issue affecting one individual company. There is no evidence that this is an industry-wide issue.

Project Lawyer in European Criminal Law

The Academy of European Law in Trier, Germany is looking for a Project Lawyer in European Criminal Law with an excellent knowledge of EU law and special expertise in European criminal and Human Rights law.

Masterclass in EU digital economy regulation

The first edition of Cullen International's full immersion masterclass in EU digital economy regulation will take place in Brussels from Wednesday, November 25 to Thursday, November 26.

EU - China partnership on 5G

The EU and China have signed a milestone agreement in the global race to develop 5G networks, during today's EU-China High Level Economic and Trade Dialogue in Beijing.

The Risk of Brexit: Britain and Europe in 2015 (Kindle)

The Risk of Brexit: Britain and Europe in 2015This is a critical time for the relationship between Britain and Europe. Charting how recent political developments have changed the debate surrounding Britain's membership of the European Union, this book poses a series of questions about how this debate will unfold over the course of the coming months and years.