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The Latest Breaking News on Ukraine

The Latest Breaking News on Ukraine

Amazing developments on all sides of the Ukrainian Crisis have taken place today.

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Which country will join the EU next?

Which country will join the EU next?

An analysis of the potential EU candidates.

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#Infographic: Will #EP2014 change the EU?

#Infographic: Will #EP2014 change the EU?

How can we increase the trust in the European Union?

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NATO missile defence system

NATO missile defence system

NATO missile defence system

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Sanctions vs Army

Sanctions vs Army

Sanctions vs Army

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Crimea: what should the EU do?

Crimea: what should the EU do?

Europe is searching for diplomatic ways of solving the Crimean crisis

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European Parliament

The European Parliament in Strasbourg

Controversy of Strasbourg to remain a seat of European Parliament

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Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt

Will the Danish PM jump the sinking ship if opportunity presents itself?

Will the Danish prime minister, who in Denmark is considered more European than Danish, try to get out before the next general election?

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Vote!

Young people of Europe: make sure you vote this May

Last October, Britain saw a minor furore erupt when the comedian Russell Brand was invited to edit a special issue of the New Statesman.

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European Population

European Population

Population is decreasing in most of Europe. Perhaps the mentality has changed, and with it, the style of living, or simply because of economic reasons. But one thing is certain: …

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The Costs of Euromaidan

The Costs of Euromaidan

The events that took place in recent weeks in Ukraine showed the strong will of Ukrainian people in their struggle against injustice, corruption and authoritarianism. At the same time the …

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A New Narrative for the EU? European Education – “Peace” still counts

A New Narrative for the EU? European Education – “Peace” still counts

Surprisingly peace is not at all that insignificant within the younger generation in Europe as it is said by those who demand a new narrative.

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EU China trade deficit

China between the EU and the Latin America

China may become Latin America’s second largest trade partner by 2016

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How healthy are Europeans?

How healthy are Europeans?

The infographic shows the results of researches that were held in recent years in the countries of the European Union in order to reveal the health status of the citizens. …

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Europeans want to be part of EU

Europeans want to be part of EU

It's true that EU's popularity has dropped since the economic crisis began in 2008, but the majority of Europeans are rational about it and know that on long-term, united is …

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Switzerland wants to limit immigration from EU.

Switzerland wants to limit immigration from EU.

Swiss voters on Sunday narrowly backed proposals to reintroduce immigration quotas with the European Union. That pact on free movement of people, which came into force 12 years ago, was signed …

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Russia and the EU

Russia and the EU

A glimpse at the tense relationships between these two big powerful blocks

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Ukraine's Choice

Ukraine's Choice

The recent events in Ukraine cannot leave anybody indifferent. Daily reports in the media show the incredible unity of the people in their common struggle for basic human rights.

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Has Europe given up on the Caucasus?

Has Europe given up on the Caucasus?

One of the problems with the countries in the Caucasus region is the lack of appurtenance. For ages, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan were the buffer zone between the mighty Russian …

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Ukrainian PM resigns

Ukrainian PM resigns

Ukraine’s president made sweeping concessions to his opponents

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Brussels takes a closer look at UK nuclear power

Brussels takes a closer look at UK nuclear power

The EU Commission has decided to open a state aid probe into the new nuclear power project at Hinkley Point C in the United Kingdom.

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Which European states recognise same-sex marriages?

Which European states recognise same-sex marriages?

There was pretty much debate on same-sex marriage in 2013: despite numerous protests in the society France recognised it legally. At the same time croatians said a decisive "NO" …

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A reform of the banking sector may be needed, but we need to ensure the new Banking Union is democratic, accountable and efficient.

The Bumpy Road to a Banking Union

An even stronger European Central Bank will be needed – but what does that mean for democracy?

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COP19, EU and Climate

COP19, EU and Climate

Marcin Korolec, Polish Secretary of State for Climate discusses the outcome of the COP19 negotiations

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Europe for sale: where does the privatisation lead?

Europe for sale: where does the privatisation lead?

Winter sale has just started. But apart from your favourite retailers in town and numerous online-stores, European Union has something to offer for sale as well. Due to financial crisis…

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Euromaidan protests in Kiev

Ukraine seeking orientation

Pro-European protesters have been flooding the streets of Kiev following the breakdown of the association agreement between Ukraine and the EU

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OneEurope collects inspiring, beautiful and humorous images and videos, so we can all learn more about Europe and the Europeans!

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A nocturnal view along East Street, Bedminster

Daily problems of an EU citizen in the UK

Listen a radio story about the indirect discrimination against other EU nationals in the UK

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EU wants to re-examine atomic safety

EU wants to re-examine atomic safety

Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen, spokeswoman of the European Commission, to discuss the Commission’s proposal for a new Nuclear Safety Directive.

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Can EU win this war?

Can EU win this war?

When it comes to Ukraine, we are not facing regular negotiations with an independent state. No, we are actually in the middle of a war. Half of the population in …

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