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Bangladesh seeks Slovenia’s support on Rohingya issue

Slovenian president Borut Pahor has assured Bangladesh of extending its support for an immediate and sustainable repatriation of the Rohingyas to their ancestral lands in Myanmar

Rohingya camps south of Cox's Bazar in southeast Bangladesh that now make up the world's largest refugee settlement, home to more than 900,000 people. Balukhali camp, Bangladesh, on 28 January 2019.

EU should temporarily ban Chinese takeovers: Germany's Weber

The German government agreed last month to tighten rules to protect domestic firms from unwanted takeovers by investors from non-European Union countries

Manfred Weber, a senior German conservative and head of the centre-right EPP grouping in the EU Parliament

Europe's 'historic' recession threatens eurozone survival

The EU forecast Wednesday that the eurozone economy would contract by a staggering 7.7 per cent in 2020, warning the wreckage from the coronavirus outbreak could endanger the single currency.

Europe's 'historic' recession threatens eurozone survival

EU marks 25th anniversary of open-border pact with closed frontiers

The European Union marked the 25th anniversary of its open-border Schengen agreement on Thursday with all its land borders shut or subject to heavy checks imposed in an effort to curb the spread of ...

General view of empty escalators at Stephansplatz underground station as the spread of the coronavirus disease continues, Vienna, Austria, on 26 March 2020

How the world will change

With the onslaught of coronavirus, each country was conscious of its own borders. Even the European Union could not take a joint decision regarding the crisis. On the contrary, they sealed their ...

Shoppers are seen inside a deserted Intu Trafford Centre amid coronavirus outbreak in Manchester, Britain, on 18 March 2020

EU widens trade door for RMG, footwear, furniture from Vietnam

The European Union agreed on Wednesday to open its markets wider to Vietnam, while closing its trade doors to Cambodia, rewarding Hanoi for its progress on labour guarantees and sanctioning Phnom ...

EU widens trade door for RMG, footwear, furniture from Vietnam

No phones, no leaks: How Lagarde is making her mark on ECB

Gathered in a German mountain castle last November for an evening retreat that ended with a whiskey-tasting, rebel European Central Bank policymakers and Christine Lagarde, their newly confirmed ...

No phones, no leaks: How Lagarde is making her mark on ECB

EU's 'unnecessary' gas splurge threatens climate goals: Analysis

Europe is set to spend more than 100 billion euros on "unnecessary" natural gas infrastructure, boosting its import capacity by a third and imperilling the continent's climate goals, new analysis ...

EU's 'unnecessary' gas splurge threatens climate goals: Analysis

Brexit's new challenge: the 'impossible' trade deal

Britain has left the European Union after 47 years of membership and on Monday chief negotiator Michel Barnier will lay out the EU's strategy for the next phase: negotiations to hammer out a new ...

Brexit's new challenge: the 'impossible' trade deal

Austria's 'ghetto' language classes stir segregation fears

Every morning Abulrahman leaves his normal primary school lessons in Vienna and joins about 20 other children for three hours to learn to read, write and speak German.Only when his level is deemed ...

Austria's 'ghetto' language classes stir segregation fears
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