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Ever since he took office, Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan has promoted the interests of the livestock sector while ignoring health warnings and environmental concerns over meat consumption, writes Olga Kikou.
Lo scatto catturato da una fotografa è diventato virale facendo la fortuna del giovane ambulante che ora è stato ingaggiato come modello
A pochi chilometri dagli uomini del Califfato: il racconto dal fronte
La cena di gala a Washington con molti italiani celebri: da John Elkann a Giorgio Armani, da Fabiola Giannotti del Cern all’attore toscano premio Oscar
A Las Vegas all’Università del Nevada il terzo e ultimo duello in tv tra Hillary Clinton e Donald Trump
Il terzo confronto televisivo fra i due candidati alla presidenza degli Stati Uniti raccontato attraverso i tweet dei giornalisti del Corriere della Sera
Today, 928 million people are aged 60 and over – by 2050 that number will grow to 2 billion. An ageing worldwide demographic presents new challenges requiring our attention both close to home and further afield, writes Mairead McGuinness.
European Parliament President Martin Schulz made a plea on Wednesday (19 October) to back the EU-Canada trade deal insisting it has the power to shape globalisation.
European Union leaders will review the whole range of their “selective” cooperation with Moscow – including on the Syria conflict – when they meet in Brussels today (20 October). Expanding EU sanctions on Moscow is off the table at this stage.
Moscow and Kiev agreed Wednesday (19 October) to end a deadlock on the conflict in eastern Ukraine by the end of November, Ukraine's president said, after a four-way summit in Berlin with the leaders of France and Germany.
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi is likely to prep markets for an extension of a huge monetary stimulus programme later today (20 October) after investors were rattled by talk that massive bond purchases may be drying up.
The European Commission is pushing for EU leaders to back stricter trade defence instruments against countries such as China at their summit in Brussels today (20 October).
Il ministero degli Affari esteri di Quito spiega di aver preso il provvedimento per «non interferire negli affari di un altro Paese, quali gli Stati Uniti»
Nothing spells the imminent break-up of a relationship like the words, “We need to talk.”
Moderate voices about the future of EU-Russia relations should prevail at a summit this week (20-21 October), Greece’s Alternate Foreign Minister for European Affairs, Nikos Xydakis, told EurActiv.com.
Today, bioeconomy is a necessity, said Slovak Minister of Agriculture Gabriela Matečná. Central and Eastern Europe is still lagging behind in its uptake, but the key to the transition may be in the regions. EurActiv Slovakia reports.
Britain’s looming departure from the EU may be a fraught issue at home, yet in one corner of the Horn of Africa hopes are harboured of a very definite Brexit dividend.
A change in the status quo of the frozen Nagorno-Karabakh conflict would affect all regional players, writes Antonia Colibasanu.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled today (19 October) that Germany's government may collect and save the log data of visitors to its websites, in order for it to better resist hackers. EurActiv Germany reports.