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#Jorn #Munch: Skandinaviens große Künstler wiedervereint

#Jorn #Munch: Skandinaviens große Künstler wiedervereint

| February 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Zwei der bekanntesten skandinavischen Künstler, Edvard Munch (Norwegen) und Asger Jorn (Dänemark), werden ab dieser Woche mit einer großen Ausstellung in Aarhus geehrt. Damit startet ein weiteres Programm-Highlight von Aarhus, der Europäischen Kulturhauptstadt 2017. Die Kunstwerke werden vom 11. Februar bis zum 28. Mai 2017 im Museum Jorn im nahegelegenen Silkeborg gezeigt. Insgesamt werden dort […]

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#Jorn #Munch: Scandinavia’s great artists reunited in Denmark

#Jorn #Munch: Scandinavia’s great artists reunited in Denmark

| February 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Two of Scandinavia’s most renowned artists, Norway’s Edvard Munch and Denmark’s Asger Jorn, will be celebrated at a major exhibition in what will be one of the highlights of the Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture programme. The exhibition at Museum Jorn in nearby Silkeborg runs from 11 February-28 May. It will feature 45 works by […]

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#ProjectDiamond begins where #PinkPanther left off

#ProjectDiamond begins where #PinkPanther left off

| January 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

This week Europol organized, together with Austria and Switzerland, the first international conference on jewellery robbery and burglary under a new umbrella project entitled ‘Diamond’. Hosted at Europol’s headquarters in The Hague, the event brought together more than 70 experts from almost all EU Member States, as well as third parties from Europe, Asia, the […]

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Norway PM says UK lacks negotiating experience and fears ‘very hard #Brexit’

Norway PM says UK lacks negotiating experience and fears ‘very hard #Brexit’

| January 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Britain lacks experience in international negotiations due to its long membership of the European Union and this can slow talks, the prime minister of non-EU Norway told Reuters, adding that she feared “a very hard Brexit”, writes Andreas Rinke. British Prime Minister Theresa May intends to launch by the end of March the two-year process […]

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Commission welcomes first major Marine Protected Area in the Ross Sea as a landmark decision for #Antarctic

Commission welcomes first major Marine Protected Area in the Ross Sea as a landmark decision for #Antarctic

| October 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Today (28 October), after five years of negotiations, the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) agreed to establish a marine protected area (MPA) in the Ross Sea Region – the first major MPA in the history of the Antarctic. Environment, Fisheries and Maritime Affairs Commissioner Karmenu Vella expressed his deep satisfaction […]

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Global operation #CiconiaAlba delivers major blow to organized crime

Global operation #CiconiaAlba delivers major blow to organized crime

| October 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Fifty-two countries and four international organizations teamed up with Europol to deliver a major blow to organized crime groups operating across the European Union and beyond. Co-operation with partners from the private sector was also key to this successful operation. Focusing on disrupting the most dangerous criminal networks currently active, investigators put an emphasis on […]

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S&Ds push for stronger energy co-operation to prevent future #GasSupply crises

S&Ds push for stronger energy co-operation to prevent future #GasSupply crises

| October 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

S&D spokesperson on this issue Theresa Griffin MEP said: “While the EU is moving towards a more sustainable and energy-efficient economic model, we are still highly reliant on external sources of energy, especially when it comes to gas. In fact, we currently import 65% of our gas from Russia, Norway and Algeria at a cost […]

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