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New Europe (EU) 06/27/2019 00:58
What will constitute yet another act of war in the Middle East? On May 12, four oil tankers in the Gulf – two of them Saudi, one from the United Arab Emirates, and the other Norwegian – were attacked with explosives as they lay at anchor near the Strait of Hormuz. Then, on June 13,
New Europe (EU) 06/26/2019 17:13
NATO Defence Ministers met on 26 June in Brussels to begin two days of talks on key security challenges, including Russia’s violation of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. The Russian parliament passed a bill to suspend the country’s participation in the INF Treaty, which prohibits both countries from possessing and testing ground launch missiles with.
New Europe (EU) 06/26/2019 14:20
Margrethe Vestager, Denmark’s Competition Commission is set to remain in Brussels for another five-year term, according to the country’s new prime minister, Mette Frederiksen. Vestager may not come from Frederiksen’s party, but the former political leader of the Danish Radical Liberals, who has been in the Commission as Competition Commissioner for the past five years,
New Europe (EU) 06/26/2019 14:12
The United Nations held on 26 June in New York an Informal meeting of the General Assembly on Combating Antisemitism and Other Forms of Racism and Hate: The Challenges of Teaching Tolerance and Respect in the Digital Age. European Commission Coordinator on combating Antisemitism Katharina von Schnurbein said in a speech: “Antisemitism is not just.
New Europe (EU) 06/26/2019 10:36
Fundamental Rights Agency’s research published on 25 June underlines the urgent need for European governments to tackle severe labour exploitation. The interviews with hundreds of exploited workers reveal the illegal practices in sectors including agriculture, construction, domestic work, hospitality, manufacturing and transport. Researchers found that some of the exploited migrant workers are paid as little.
New Europe (EU) 06/26/2019 10:32
Reports of cracks appearing in the foundations of Turkey’s €18 billion Russian-made Akkuyu nuclear power plant have caused major concerns about the overall safety of the facility, located near the Turkish Mediterranean coast. Construction of the Mersin plant began in April 2018. It is located near a fault line where the Eurasian and African tectonic plates meet,
New Europe (EU) 06/26/2019 10:13
When the Turkish High Election Council, dominated by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan 6 May, the world was right to be concerned. But now that another vote has been held, it is Erdoğan who should be worried. This year’s local elections – originally held on 31 March – have been widely regarded as a referendum on Erdoğan’s authoritarian.

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