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Microsoft: Why do you code?

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 11:28

"If you can dream it, you can code it." As Europe Code Week begins, Microsoft asked some of Europe's young coders to share more about why they code in this short video.

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When it comes to cutting Europe’s CO2, trucks drive under the radar

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 10:58

Carlos Calvo Ambel is a policy analyst at Transport & Environment.

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'Sanctions' and 'punishment' barred from COP21 vocabulary

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 08:55

For all their efforts to get 200 governments to commit to the toughest possible cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, climate negotiators have all but given up on creating a way to penalise those who fall short.

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Merkel denies rumours of new tax to pay for refugees

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 07:50

German Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday (11 October) ruled out tax increases to help deal with the biggest influx of refugees since World War Two.

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EU drags on Stability and Growth Pact reform

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 07:43

The refugee crisis has reignited tensions between the champions of strict budgetary discipline, led by Germany, and those who want to ease interpretations of the rules, led by Italy and France.

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EU waits for Cameron to make his move

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 07:28

David Cameron will have an anxious audience when he meets fellow European Union leaders at a summit in Brussels at the end of this week.

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Chernobyl, villaggi e città fantasma dove il tempo si è fermato dopo l’incidente nucleare

Corriere della Sera - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 07:17
Circa 120 mila persone furono evacuate dopo il 26 aprile 1986: non sono mai più tornate alle loro case. Gli scatti di scuole, asili, parchi abbandonati
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Lukashenko wins election as Belarus' ties with West improve

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 07:00

Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko won a fifth term in office by a landslide on Sunday (11 October) in an election that could see an easing of relations with the West and raise questions about his ties to Vladimir Putin's Russia.

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Turkey 'must stand united', says Mogherini

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 06:45

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini urged Turkey on Saturday (10 October) to "stand united" against terrorists and all threats against the country after an attack on a rally in Ankara killed up to 128 people.

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Food for thought: Reducing food waste

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 06:38

In 2050, over 9 billion people will live on this planet and feeding them will be a challenge. Increasing food availability has always been the main solution to achieve a food secured future. 

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No girl must be denied the right to realise her potential

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 06:24

The EU must act now to change the outlook for girls around the world, argue the organisers of the European Week of Action for Girls 2015, which begins today (12 October).

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Angry Greek farmers ready to 'paralyse' the country

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 06:19

Greek farmers are determined to organize massive demonstrations across the country in order to protest against the “unfair” and “brutal” tax hikes that Alexis Tsipras government is pushing through.

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Climate cash for regions makes case for UK in Europe

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 06:08

European Union money being invested in British regions to fight climate change makes the case for the UK to vote to stay in the bloc in its planned referendum on EU membership, politicians have said.

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'Don't listen to quitters', says UK campaign to stay in EU

Euractive general - Lun, 12/10/2015 - 05:57

Backed by what it called "the best of Britain", the launch of the 'Britain Stronger in Europe' group marks the official start of a battle to win over voters in the referendum on EU membership which is due to be held by the end of 2017.

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Test di verginità alla vignettista per aver stretto la mano al legale

Corriere della Sera - Dom, 11/10/2015 - 16:28
Atena Farghadani è accusata di relazioni sessuali illegittime e costretta al controllo ginecologico. L’appello di Amnesty
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Pyongyang pronta per i 70 anni del partito comunista Nord coreano

Corriere della Sera - Sab, 10/10/2015 - 17:53
Tutto pronto per la sfilata in occasione del 70° anniversario della fondazione del partito del lavoratori. Centinaia di camion e blindati sulle strade
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Turchia, strage al corteo ad Ankara: almeno 97 morti, quasi 400 feriti I canti per la pace, poi le esplosioni L’inferno turco e i nodi irrisolti

Corriere della Sera - Sab, 10/10/2015 - 17:53
Due kamikaze contro la folla poco prima dell’inizio di una manifestazione per chiedere la fine del conflitto tra esercito turco e separatisti curdi del Pkk. È la strage più grave di sempre nella storia della Turchia. Erdogan: «Attacco contro l'unità del Paese». Il leader filocurdo: «L'Akp ha mani sporche di sangue». L'attentato 3 settimane prima dalle elezioni parlamentari
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Siria, i miliziani di Isis avanzano su Aleppo: «Ucciso generale iraniano» Obama: stop ad aiuti a ribelli siriani

Corriere della Sera - Sab, 10/10/2015 - 17:29
Ancora scontri durissimi. Mosca: «Uccisi 300 militanti tra loro due capi di Isis». Nato pronta a difendere la Turchia. Ankara: «Ora non chiediamo aiuto»
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Scoppiata la nuova Intifada, uccisi cinque ragazzi palestinesi|Immagini La città divisa|Guarda la mappa

Corriere della Sera - Sab, 10/10/2015 - 17:25
Un tredicenne e un quindicenne colpiti a Khan Yunis, un 16enne ucciso nel campo di Chaufat. Altri due palestinesi morti a Gerusalemme dopo aver ferito 5 israeliani
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