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“Callous” EU politics on migrants costing lives – Zeid
Scoop.co.nz (press release)
GENEVA (20 April 2015) - In the wake of the loss of 700 or more lives after a boat carrying migrants capsized at the weekend, the UN Human Rights Chief on Monday urged European Union governments to take a “more sophisticated, more courageous and ...

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Talk Radio News Service

'Callous' EU Politics to Blame for Mediterranean Migrant Deaths
Talk Radio News Service
UNITED NATIONS (TRNS) – Nearly a thousand migrant deaths on the high seas of the Mediterranean in recent days prompted U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein to condemn “callous” E.U. politics on Monday for rescue efforts ...
'Callous' EU Politics on Migrants Costing Lives, UN Rights Chief WarnseNews Park Forest
What You Need to Know About the EU's Refugee CrisisTIME
The 900 refugees drowned in the Mediterranean were killed by British ...Telegraph.co.uk (blog)

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Bloomberg

Piketty Says EU Politics Risks Driving Greece Out of Euro
Bloomberg
Thomas Piketty, the French economist whose 2013 book on wealth inequality became an international bestseller, said he sees a risk of politicians in the European Union forcing Greece out of the euro area. “The attitude of a number of people in Brussels ...

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Panorama.am

Nalbandian: Armenia reaffirmed readiness to continue cooperation with EU
Panorama.am
During the session of Armenia-European Union Cooperation Council in January, Armenia reaffirmed its readiness to continue comprehensive cooperation with the European Union in all possible areas and this must also be confirmed at the Eastern ...

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Financial Times

Anti-immigration mood weighs on EU politicians
Financial Times
Seven months ago, the British government prevailed on its EU partners to abandon an Italian search and rescue operation in the Mediterranean, saying it acted as a “pull factor” for thousands of people considering the dangerous journey from Libya to Italy.
EU leaders seek UN clearance for operation against migrant smugglersTengrinews
Racism, war fuel asylum seeker deathsGreen Left Weekly
Europe will boost maritime patrols, but experts say response is inadequateWashington Post
Los Angeles Times -Kuwait News Agency -Huffington Post
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The Guardian

Nigel Farage opposes EU action to tackle migrant deaths in Mediterranean
The Guardian
“But waves of millions of people coming from north Africa seeking a better life in Europe, if that links in on Thursday to a new common migration policy then whilst on one hand it may appear to be the decent thing to do, I think you'll find ...

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The Guardian

What would happen if Britain left the EU?
The Guardian
Britain's relationship with Europe is low down on the list of concerns for most voters in the coming election, but the subject of the “Brexit” – Britain's secession from the European Union – will come to dominate our political lives should the ...

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Kathimerini

EU fires Gazprom warning shot as Putin plays energy politics
Kathimerini
The European Union served OAO Gazprom, Russia's exporter of the fuel, with an antitrust complaint, just as President Vladimir Putin is wielding gas as a tool in the conflict over Ukraine and inserting pipeline politics into Greece's financial crisis ...
EU charges Russia's Gazprom gas giant with market abuseU.S. News & World Report
Gazprom Faces Effects of Politics on Its Bottom LineNew York Times

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Financial Times

Politics, red tape 'turning EU clean energy into zombie industry'
Financial Times
Manuel Sánchez Ortega, chief executive of Spain's Abengoa, said EU politicians are taking so long to decide what sort of energy mix they want, especially in the biofuels sector, that companies do not know if they should keep struggling on or shut down ...



The National Interest Online (blog)

A Clash in Cyberspace: Google and the European Union Go to War
The National Interest Online (blog)
In the absence of competitive tech innovation, the EU uses what it has—political and regulatory authority over economic activities and the conditions of competition in the common market. For innovative companies, the EU is a lucrative market that can ...

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