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EU Reporter vacancies

EU Reporter vacancies

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

EU Reporter has the following Brussels-based vacancies available from 1 September 2015. Stagiaires EU Reporter has Brussels-based internship vacancies from 1 September 2015 in the following areas: TV and radio news journalism, audiovisual production, written journalism, administration. These positions are non-salary, but expenses are paid. To apply please send covering letter together with CV and […]

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Spring 2015 Standard Eurobarometer : Citizens see immigration as top challenge for EU to tackle

Spring 2015 Standard Eurobarometer : Citizens see immigration as top challenge for EU to tackle

More Europeans say they have a positive image of the European Union and trust in the EU has gone up since last November. In addition, citizens see immigration as the major challenge facing the EU currently. These are some of the results of the latest Standard Eurobarometer survey published today. The survey was carried out […]

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Interpol arrest warrant against Iranian former defence minister ‘still valid’ despite nuclear deal, says EU spokesperson

Interpol arrest warrant against Iranian former defence minister ‘still valid’ despite nuclear deal, says EU spokesperson

A spokesperson at the European External Action Service (EEAS) has confirmed that Interpol’s arrest warrant against a former Iranian defence minister, Ahmad Vahimi (pictured), sought for his alleged involvement in the bomb attack against a Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires in 1994, is still valid. The bomb attack against the headquarters of AMIA (Asociación […]

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Will Benjamin Netanyahu address EU leaders in Brussels following a Cypriot initiative?

Will Benjamin Netanyahu address EU leaders in Brussels following a Cypriot initiative?

By Europe Israel Press Association (EIPA) Senior Media Advisor Yossi Lempkowicz Will Benjamin Netanyahu (pictured) address EU leaders in Brussels following a Cypriot initiative? Will the EU play a role in reviving peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians ? Will Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu address EU leaders in Brussels for the first time as […]

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Global Magnitsky Act receives unanimous approval from US Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Global Magnitsky Act receives unanimous approval from US Senate Foreign Relations Committee

On 29 July, in a landmark vote, the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously approved ‘The Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act’, paving the way for its approval for a full vote in the Senate. The Global Magnitsky Act extends the concept of personalized sanctions on kleptocrats and human-rights violators around the world, giving hope […]

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Taiping Island: Key site in ROC’s territory in South China Sea

Taiping Island: Key site in ROC’s territory in South China Sea

In 1946, three years before its relocation to Taiwan, the government of the Republic of China officially declared its sovereignty over Taiping Island and other islets in the South China Sea. Since that time, the ROC has governed Taiping Island effectively while successfully avoiding armed conflicts with other nations concerning these islands or their surrounding […]

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EU increases humanitarian aid for Burundi refugees

EU increases humanitarian aid for Burundi refugees

The European Commission is releasing €4.5 million in humanitarian assistance to help the increasing number of refugees from Burundi that have fled to neighbouring countries. More than 175,000 people, the majority of them women and children, are estimated to have already left the country. “We cannot overlook the deteriorating humanitarian situation affecting Burundi. Refugee numbers […]

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