PARIS ERUPTS: Furious scenes on streets of France as THOUSANDS rally against Macron

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ANGER has erupted against French President Emmanuel Macron’s nationwide reforms with tear gas being unleashed on protestors in angry scenes on the streets of Paris and Nantes. Thousands took part in a rallies across the country over the leader’s enforced … Read More

Merkel to Throw Cold Water on Macron’s Plans to Overhaul European Union

BERLIN — Angela Merkel will push back on Emmanuel Macron’s ambitious plans to overhaul the European Union at a meeting in Paris on Friday, reaffirming her country’s longstanding skepticism about the pooling of fiscal resources and liabilities among eurozone member … Read More

Opinion: Warning signal for Europe from Slovakia

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After Jan Kuciak’s assassination, hundreds of thousands of Slovaks have demonstrated against corruption and abuse of power. Keno Verseck believes that foreign countries should pay close attention. The murder of journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancé, Martina Kusnirova, shocked Slovakia like … Read More

Europe’s Nightmare Awakening the Gold Bull?

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel won a fourth term over the weekend. She struck a deal with the Social Democrats (SPD) to form government. Two-thirds of SPD members backed the deal, despite the threat of a veto. We’re not surprised… Although … Read More

Europe starts preparing Mideast peace initiative

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ARTICLE SUMMARY The one-sided decision by the United States to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem in May opens the way for a European Mideast peace initiative. European High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini shakes hands with … Read More

European Union Likely to Ban Common Insecticides to Save the Bees

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The European Food Safety Authority has released a new assessment reasserting the dangers of the most widely used pesticide in the world. This is likely to influence future policies. Bees all over Europe may soon be just a little safer, … Read More

Syria is a moral defeat for Europeans

After 1945 Europe said “never again” but never again is happening before our eyes in the Middle East, says Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède.  Syrian civilians flee airstrikes in eastern Ghouta, February 2018. Photograph: Abdulmonam Eassa/AFP/Getty Images Syria is a European … Read More

EU at war: The member states REFUSING to pay Brussels more after Brexit

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ONLY 14 EU member states have agreed to pay more into the union’s vast budget as bloc officials attempt to recover the damage caused by the UK’s decision to leave. EU officials have been grappling with members to pay up … Read More

EU budget crisis ERUPTS: FURY as Brussels Brexit cutbacks ‘TARGET’ Visegrad states

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BRUSSELS looks set to use Brexit to PUNISH farmers in Central and Eastern Europe by resolving the Brexit financial blackhole with a severe cutback on agricultural subsidies that could see a 10 percent plunge in income. THe EU risks inflaming … Read More

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