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16/06 – Today’s headlines from across the EU

EUROPEAN HEADLINES

BBC Europe –  

WSJ

Facebook targets terror

New software blocks content and users, without seeking any human moderation.

FRANCE

La Croix

Novices at the gates of the Assembly

On Sunday, the second round of the legislative election should give the absolute majority to La République en marche, which will have to train its representatives.

GERMANY

Suddeutsche Zeitung

US sanctions outrage Foreign Minister Gabriel

Mr Gabriel and Austrian Chancellor Kern criticise the American law that penalises European companies for doing energy business with Russia.

ITALY

Il Sole 24 Ore

Yes to Budget worth 3.4 billion: VAT squeeze definitive

Clampdown on split payments and compensations – New vouchers and Airbnb tax

POLAND

Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

There is nothing for you here

Fear against immigrants is supposed to aid the realisation of a political project: Poland without refugees and without the European Union.

SPAIN

El Pais

Rivera and Iglesias dismiss fresh PSOE deal offer

Podemos and Ciudadanos maintain mutual veto set in previous attempt by Sánchez

CYPRUS

Phileleftheros

Big step on energy

Cyprus, Greece and Israel strengthen cooperation – Emphasis on EastMed natural gas pipeline

ESTONIA

Aripaev

The peak of lobbying

Äripäev gives an overview of the dozens of Estonian top companies that lobby in Brussels. Their favourite target is Andrus Ansip.

GREECE

Naftemporiki

Green light for the EUR 8.5 billion tranche

Eurogroup: The second review for the Greek programme was completed. Enriched promise for the debt

PORTUGAL

Publico

Government wants to punish prosecutors that postpone processes without justification

Proposal to revise status of prosecutors to include fees and compulsive transferences and even expulsion from the public prosecution. Trade Union criticises several aspects and threatens with possible strike.

 

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