• No asylum for terrorist member

    No asylum for terrorist member

    luxembourg January 31, 2017 10:21 Hot Recent News

    The asylum application of a person who has been active may be turned down for a terrorist network, even if the person has not committed terrorist acts or have switched so. That the European Court of Justice ruled Tuesday.

  • Apple moves iTunes App Store for Ireland

    Apple moves iTunes App Store for Ireland

    cupertino January 30, 2017 08:54 Hot Recent News

    Apple moved the App Store, iTunes, Apple's music and iBooks Store formally to Ireland. International services from February 5 no longer be based in Luxembourg. Apple subtracts from one tax haven to another, Ars Technica reported Friday.

  • Winter sports in Belgium

    Winter sports in Belgium

    liege January 14, 2017 09:48 Hot Recent News

    More than thirty ski resorts in the Ardennes are Saturday open for winter sports. The heavy snowfall is particularly places in the provinces of Liege and Luxembourg ski areas. At the highest point of Belgium, the Signal de Botrange, approximately 40 kilometers southeast of Liege, is already 32 centimeters of snow. It is Saturday more snow expected across Belgium.

  • Judge: full retention should not

    Judge: full retention should not

    luxembourg December 21, 2016 12:15 Hot Recent News

    Governments can not just let keep all data of all citizens. Such a total retention was determined in breach of the law, the European Court of Justice on Wednesday. Countries may allow storing only what necessarily is required to combat crime. You must also have good control of that data.

  • Koenders with Benelux partners in Baghdad

    Koenders with Benelux partners in Baghdad

    baghdad December 18, 2016 15:30 Hot Recent News

    If want to reach the Iraqi government long-term peace in the country, they have plenty of bets IS after defeating terror group on reconstruction and reconciliation. Only by ensuring that the population stability, can be prevented from getting up new extremist groups.

  • France to court because ortolaantraditie

    France to court because ortolaantraditie

    brussels December 8, 2016 13:45 Hot Recent News

    France remains warnings about storing the protection of wild birds into the wind and must therefore answer for the European Court of Justice. The issue revolves around the ortolan, an endangered migratory bird caught despite a ban to be removed if swallowed bite-sized chunk.

  • Court creaks EU aid to Ukraine

    Court creaks EU aid to Ukraine

    luxembourg December 6, 2016 23:39 Hot Recent News

    The financial support of the European Union to Ukraine in recent years, little removed. Yielding results or threatens to be canceled out by the corruption, the conflict in eastern Ukraine and the unstable political and administrative situation. ECA expressed Wednesday in a report highly critical of the support program.

  • Belgian car thief also takes baby along

    Belgian car thief also takes baby along

    December 2, 2016 10:30 Hot Recent News

    A mother who had her car to unload with her baby still in it, received Thursday the fright of her life when someone ran off with the car. The police, who departed with might and main, found car with baby short time later a few blocks away back into the town Virton.

  • Studies on 'gifrisico's' must publicly

    Studies on 'gifrisico's' must publicly

    luxembourg November 23, 2016 14:00 Hot Recent News

    Reports of the chemical industry use regulators to determine whether a particular pesticide may enter the market, should be made public. The argument that this will lie confidential commercial information on the street must be rejected.

  • More options for police in Benelux

    More options for police in Benelux

    brussels November 18, 2016 16:48 Hot Recent News

    The Benelux countries will cooperate more closely in combating transnational crime. Police officers from the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg have thereby given more opportunities in each other's territory to be active in the hunt for criminals.

  • Ireland will challenge Apple decides Brussels

    Ireland will challenge Apple decides Brussels

    November 9, 2016 08:18 Hot Recent News

    Ireland intends to appeal against the decision of the European Commission to leave the country back 13 billion in taxes and interest recovered from Apple. The Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan will put the procedure in motion Wednesday with the European Court in Luxembourg.

  • 'We'll get there with Ceta '

    'We'll get there with Ceta '

    luxembourg October 18, 2016 08:39 Hot Recent News

    Belgium hopes the trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA) to be able to sign this week. That said Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders Tuesday in Luxembourg prior to consultation of European trade ministers.

  • EU urges Russia to Syria

    EU urges Russia to Syria

    luxembourg October 17, 2016 16:30 Hot Recent News

    All 28 EU countries call on Russia to take responsibility and contribute to ending the conflict in Syria. The bombing of Aleppo should stop as soon as possible and Russia should help to create the conditions for a ceasefire.

  • EU threatens sanctions against Congo

    EU threatens sanctions against Congo

    luxembourg October 17, 2016 15:24 Hot Recent News

    The European Union is preparing sanctions against the Democratic Republic of Congo dissatisfaction with the postponement of the presidential elections scheduled for next month. The African country decided Sunday to keep until April 2018. According to opposition parties is the only way for President Joseph Kabila to remain in power. According to the law he would otherwise end have resigned this year.

  • 70 million for sharing passenger data

    70 million for sharing passenger data

    brussels October 12, 2016 13:15 Hot Recent News

    To help Member States with the implementation of the decision to transfer air passenger data, the European Commission EUR 70 million available. Eleven EU countries including Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and Ireland, have developed a plan, said EU Commissioner Julian King (Security Union) Wednesday.

  • Man collapsed telecommunications tower

    October 10, 2016 17:18 Hot Recent News

    In Belgium Monday a man killed in security and maintenance work on a telecommunications tower in the town of Vielsalm, near the border with Luxembourg. The 42-year-old Frenchman had a fall of thirty meters, informed the mayor of Vielsalm.

  • Brussels to court to German tolplannen

    Brussels to court to German tolplannen

    brussels September 29, 2016 12:21 Hot Recent News

    The European Commission drags Germany to court over the plan to levy tolls for passenger cars. The proposal according to Brussels discriminatory because Germans can deduct the cost of taxes and therefore only foreigners who hold the Autobahn be hunted costs.

  • More than one in five Europeans aged over eighty

    More than one in five Europeans aged over eighty

    luxembourg September 29, 2016 11:15 Hot Recent News

    The European Union had last year nearly 27 million octogenarians, 7 million more than in 2005. Their share in the total population rose from 4.0 to 5.3 percent. In the Netherlands, lived in 2015, nearly 735,000 people of eighty years or older, a share of 4.3 percent. There were ten years earlier than 537,000.

  • 'Freezing funds Tamils, Hamas unjustified'

    'Freezing funds Tamils, Hamas unjustified'

    luxembourg September 22, 2016 10:09 Hot Recent News

    The decision by the European Union to freeze the financial assets of the Tamil Tigers and Hamas is not lawful. That suggested the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice on Thursday. According to many it was a decision based on media reports and not sufficiently investigating the competent authorities.

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