• EU parliamentarian must return 40,000 euros

    luxembourg November 29, 2017 15:12 Hot Recent News

    The French EU parliamentarian Dominique Bilde (Front National) has to return 40,000 euros to the European Parliament. The politician received that amount for the activities of a fictitious parliamentary assistant, judges the European Court of Justice.

  • Premiers Benelux distributed across Catalonia

    brussels October 19, 2017 14:39 Hot Recent News

    The Belgian and Luxembourg premiers call Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy into a 'political dialogue' with Catalonia. That they said on arrival for the EU summit in Brussels. Premier Mark Rutte did not join both liberal colleagues. 'This is a matter between the Spanish government and a Spanish region.'

  • EU unanimous against trade talks with London

    luxembourg October 17, 2017 17:24 Hot Recent News

    Negotiations on trade relations between the EU and the UK after the brexit can begin at the earliest end of this year. The conclusion of EU negotiator Michel Barnier that insufficient progress has been made in the negotiations on the conditions of separation has been unanimously taken over by EU ministers of European Affairs on Tuesday in Luxembourg.

  • European ministers behind Iran deal

    European ministers behind Iran deal

    luxembourg October 16, 2017 10:21 Hot Recent News

    The EU Foreign Ministers agree on the Iranian nuclear program, appeared on Monday before consultation in Luxembourg. Several ministers called on the US Congress to maintain the 2015 deal between Iran and six world powers.

  • Six EU countries want longer passport checks

    Six EU countries want longer passport checks

    luxembourg October 13, 2017 16:15 Hot Recent News

    Six European countries want another half-year passport and other controls at their internal borders. Germany, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, Norway and France have informed the European Commission, said Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos (Migration and Home Affairs) in Luxembourg.

  • Giant iceberg on drift

    Giant iceberg on drift

    paris September 21, 2017 09:45 Hot Recent News

    A huge iceberg broke down from the South Pole and on its way to the open sea. This is evident from satellite imagery of the European Space Agency ESA.

  • EU court: Hungary must accept asylum seekers

    EU court: Hungary must accept asylum seekers

    luxembourg September 6, 2017 09:39 Hot Recent News

    Hungary and Slovakia are required to take asylum seekers from Italy and Greece. Their objections to the EU agreement in 2015 to spread thousands of migrants across the Member States for two years are unfounded, judges the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.

  • Objections Hungary and Slovakia unfounded

    Objections Hungary and Slovakia unfounded

    luxembourg July 26, 2017 11:45 Hot Recent News

    The objections of Hungary and Slovakia against the obligation to take asylum seekers from Italy and Greece are unfounded. The spread of asylum seekers across the EU is a proportional tool for helping the two Mediterranean countries to process the migrant crisis of 2015. That will be the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice on Wednesday.

  • European court maintains 'terrorist Hamas'

    European court maintains 'terrorist Hamas'

    luxembourg July 26, 2017 11:36 Hot Recent News

    The Palestinian movement Hamas must remain on the European list of terrorist organizations. This has determined the European Court of Justice on Wednesday. It rejected a lower court decision from 2014 to delete the move from the list.

  • Giant iceberg breaks down

    Giant iceberg breaks down

    bremerhaven July 12, 2017 11:45 Hot Recent News

    A giant iceberg, twice the size of Luxembourg, has been broken down from the ice sheet in Antarctica, shown by satellite imagery. The iceberg now drives north, reported the German Alfred Wegener Institute for Pool and Sea Research Wednesday.

  • Defense spending remains far from NATO's norm

    Defense spending remains far from NATO's norm

    brussels June 29, 2017 15:30 Hot Recent News

    The Netherlands expects this year 1.17 percent of gross domestic product (more than 8.68 billion euros) in defense. Last year it was 1.15 percent, or 8.23 ​​billion. This is evidenced by figures released by NATO on Thursday over the 28 Member States. In order to reach the 2 per cent where the military allies strive in 2024 is a long way to go.

  • EU sanctions against Crimea extended

    EU sanctions against Crimea extended

    luxembourg June 19, 2017 10:51 Hot Recent News

    The economic sanctions of the European Union against the Ukrainian peninsula Crimea will continue. Foreign Ministers of the 28 Member States extended the penalties for the imprisonment by Russia on Monday by one year.

  • Way free for blockade Pirate Bay

    Way free for blockade Pirate Bay

    luxembourg June 14, 2017 09:33 Hot Recent News

    The Pirate Bay Internet Platform knows that users can find and download copyrighted movies, series and music and may therefore be prohibited. This is reflected on Wednesday by a ruling from the European Court of Justice.

  • Juncker wants to tackle asylum seekers

    Juncker wants to tackle asylum seekers

    brussels/luxembourg June 9, 2017 15:15 Hot Recent News

    Countries that do not accept asylum seekers from Greece and Italy, such as Hungary and Slovakia, get a legal procedure on their trousers if it lies with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. 'I am for it', says the Luxemburger against the German weekly Der Spiegel. The day-to-day EU administration will take a decision next week.

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