• NATO sees bigger defense budgets

    brussels June 13, 2016 19:21 Hot Recent News

    NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg see after years of declining defense budgets finally a turnaround. Last year gave NATO countries plus Canada 0.6% more on defense this year will likely be 1.5% or $ 3 billion.

  • Switzerland votes on basic pay 2250 euros

    Switzerland votes on basic pay 2250 euros

    bern June 5, 2016 08:06 Hot Recent News

    It seems a very attractive offer, but according to polls is the Sunday in a referendum in Switzerland for fear repulsed runaway costs: for every adult unconditional income is converted 2250 euro per month. Here come ancestors still substantial amounts per child (560 euros).

  • Sweden and Finland is important for NATO

    Sweden and Finland is important for NATO

    brussels May 20, 2016 10:54 Hot Recent News

    Sweden and Finland are not members of NATO but is important to the military alliance. The two EU countries pushed Friday for the first time at the meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels to discuss closer cooperation between NATO and the EU.

  • Baltic polluted despite European billions

    Baltic polluted despite European billions

    brussels April 12, 2016 11:14 Hot Recent News

    The efforts of the European Union have to prevent the pollution of the Baltic Sea, but limited effect. Despite the 4.6 billion that has helped the EU to projects to treat urban waste water, the Baltic Sea remains one of the most polluted seas in the world.

  • Baltics tighten border control

    March 8, 2016 15:00 Hot Recent News

    Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have begun their eastern borders by erecting fencing and carrying out identity checks. The Baltic States fear the influx of refugees from Russia and Belarus, as the routes through the Balkans increasingly locked into the EU. Last year attracted over 6,000 applicants from Russia to Finland and Norway.

  • Thousands of Iraqis leaving Finland

    Thousands of Iraqis leaving Finland

    February 12, 2016 13:28 Hot Recent News

    Thousands of Iraqi refugees who arrived in Finland last year, have broken their asylum procedure and voluntarily return home. The reason they call family problems and their disappointment about life in the cold country.

  • Rutte at 'voortop' EU in Brussels

    Rutte at 'voortop' EU in Brussels

    brussels December 17, 2015 22:26 Hot Recent News

    Prime Minister Mark Rutte Thursday morning attended summit in Brussels ahead of the EU summit of government leaders and heads of state. It was uncertain whether he would be here for the debate on the Teeven deal, Wednesday evening in parliament. The Prime Minister survived a motion of censure.

  • Finland conducts border controls

    Finland conducts border controls

    November 14, 2015 12:30 Hot Recent News

    Finland carries out border control at the airport in Helsinki, and the ports. This is in connection with the attacks in Paris. The police are in a heightened state of alert, reported Prime Minister Juha Sipilä.

  • Kurdish terrorist coiled

    Kurdish terrorist coiled

    November 12, 2015 15:38 Hot Recent News

    When picked up a coordinated action its leaders and members of Rawti Shax, the terror network headed by Mullah Krekar. The action took place in Italy, the UK, Norway, Finland, Germany and Switzerland. This was announced by Eurojust, the judicial cooperation of the European Union.

  • 4G growth Netherlands highest in Europe

    4G growth Netherlands highest in Europe

    November 12, 2015 15:37 Hot Recent News

    In the Netherlands the number of consumers using a 4G subscriptions over the past year by as much as 192 percent. This switch Netherlands seeing the strongest growth in Europe in this field. According to research by Deloitte.

  • Children learn to program home

    Children learn to program home

    November 5, 2015 14:15 Hot Recent News

    Parents who bale their children at the primary school do not receive lessons in programming, can themselves at home with their children to work. Even if they do not possess the necessary knowledge.

  • EU fails to implement agreements refugees

    EU fails to implement agreements refugees

    brussels October 30, 2015 16:00 Hot Recent News

    The Member States of the European Union must honor their commitments they have made ​​to tackle the refugee crisis really fulfilling. EU Minister Donald Tusk and President of the European Commission JeAu-Claude Juncker Friday sent a letter to all 28 countries with the message that they must " deliver ".

  • Belgium will soon take 30 refugees

    Belgium will soon take 30 refugees

    brussels October 15, 2015 20:52 Hot Recent News

    Belgium is about to catch a group of refugees in the context of the spread of refugees across Europe. In September the EU decided 160 000 refugees who arrived in Italy and Greece , spread throughout Europe and to catch . So far only one time a group of refugees from Italy moved to another place in Europe . It involved a group of nineteen refugees from Eritrea who flew to Sweden.

  • Juncker demands action for shelter refugees

    brussels October 14, 2015 13:58 Hot Recent News

    The Member States of the European Union are not doing what they promised to provide the refugee crisis. Too few countries to offer asylum to record from Italy or Greece. Also plunge the EU countries hardly any money in the fund for Syria and Africa and set them too little migration and asylum experts available .

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