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EU leaders compromise on vague conclusions and “controlled migration centers”

After a long sleepless night and a session that lasted approximately 14 hours, the 28 European Union leaders managed to reach a compromise and agreed to adopt the conclusions on the hot potato that is called: Migration. The rift within the EU on the issue is bigger than ever before …

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IMF approves in principle participation in Greek program without financing

The International Monetary Fund approves in principle participation in Greek program without financing, the Fund’s spokesman Gerry Rice said on Thursday. According to the Greek correspondents in Washington, “the IMF present approval of Greek program without financing until debt easing has been granted as a way of putting pressure on …

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Moscovici promises Greece “lighter austerity measures”

EU Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Pierre Moscovici, paid a short visit to Athens on Wednesday. Moscovici came to Athens to receive the title of  Honorary Doctor from the Athens University. However, he used the opportunity for a meeting with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. “Greek agreement is necessary …

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EU approves cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops for our table

Last week, EU member states reached a compromise to allow the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) food crops. The compromise give the member states the rights to refuse GM corps on their territories, even if they have got clearance on health and safety grounds at EU level. Under the proposal, …

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