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Poland defies 'final warning' from EU over clear-cutting in primeval forest designated a world heritage site

BIALOWIEZA — It is one of the last significant tracts of the primeval woodlands that once carpeted northern Europe, but now swathes of Poland’s Bialowieza Forest are being systematically cut and cleared. 644 weitere Wörter

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New World Order, What Does it Mean?

In the past few years there have been a great many conspiracy theories as to the nature of the New World Order, in other worlds the likely scenarios that the shape of the world would look like. 948 weitere Wörter

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Apply for Youth Partnership Funding - Closing 4th October 17 (UK)

UK organisations and groups of young people active in youth work can apply for funding through the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships programme.

Activities funded must create, develop, test and embed innovative approaches in youth work. 105 weitere Wörter

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The EU Is Closer to Making Facebook, Twitter, and Google Regulate Hate Speech

European Union ministers approved plans on Tuesday to make social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google’s YouTube tackle hate speech on their platforms, the first legislation at EU level on the issue. 223 weitere Wörter

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"One of Us" puts European Commission on the defensive

The hearing of the case One of Us vs. the European Commission was held on Tuesday 16 May 2017 before a Chamber of five judges of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in Luxembourg. 734 weitere Wörter

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DG Danielsson: Let’s turn the EU perspective of BiH into reality!

Christian Danielsson, Director General for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations in the European Commission is visiting Sarajevo. Here you can read his letter on the occasion of his visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina. 511 weitere Wörter

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Facebook fined £49 million after providing 'misleading or incorrect' information during WhatsApp takeover

Facebook has been fined £49 million after providing ‚incorrect or misleading‘ information during its £15.3 billion takeover of Whatsapp.

The European Commission announced the fine today after investigating claims made in 2014 by the US social network that it was impossible to reliably match Facebook and WhatsApp identities. 267 weitere Wörter

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