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2014/09/16 20:42
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By Prokopis Hatzinikolaou The government will seek the return of 387.4 million euros in illegal state subsidies given to Greek farmers in 2009, according to a document that Finance Minister Gikas...
2014/09/16 20:42
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2014/09/16 12:53
2014/09/16 12:53
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The European court of Human Rights (ECHR) is to launch an investigation into UK laws allowing British intelligence agencies and police to spy on journalists. On Monday, the ECHR accepted the...
2014/09/16 09:53
2014/09/16 09:53
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A former general in Saddam Hussein's army who alleged his brother's human rights were violated by British armed forces during the Iraq war has lost his case at the European court of Human Rights...
2014/09/16 09:09
2014/09/16 09:09
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A report published today by the European court of Auditors (ECA) reveals that measures to support aquaculture in the period up to 2013 were not well designed and implemented at EU and member state...
2014/09/16 08:39
2014/09/16 08:39
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Hundreds of thousands of self-employed workers - known as zzpers in Dutch - could get higher pay if the European court agrees their low tariffs are undercutting regular staff. The advocate general...
2014/09/16 06:24
2014/09/16 06:24
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... Scotland could be a rich country Scotland is the 14th wealthiest country in the world if you go by GDP per head. That’s assuming an independent Scotland would get the lion’s share of the oil and...
2014/09/16 04:37
2014/09/16 04:37
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BBC News - Belgian murderer Van Den Bleeken wins 'right to die' For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Van Den Bleeken first requested...
2014/09/15 17:12
2014/09/15 17:12
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The European court of human rights (ECHR) is to investigate British laws that allow GCHQ and police to secretly snoop on journalists. The Bureau of Investigative Journalism has gone straight to...
2014/09/15 16:43
2014/09/15 16:43
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PRESS ORGANISATION the UK Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) is demanding answers and information from UK spy agency GCHQ about its communications surveillance practices. The BiJ has filed a...
2014/09/15 15:42
2014/09/15 15:42
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Paul Chinnery, a well known media lawyer, who worked at Rupert Murdoch’s News UK and Channel 5, has died at the age of 48. Chinnery, who was appointed general counsel at News UK in May 2012, died of...
2014/09/15 11:03
2014/09/15 11:03
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The UEFA Champions’ League edition for 2014/15 begins this week with some interesting match-ups on both Tuesday, 16th September 2014, and Wednesday, 17th September 2014. One of the most highly...
2014/09/15 00:03
2014/09/15 00:03
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Ever since Google announced that it's complying with the European Commission's "right to be forgotten" ruling, it's been inundated with requests to take down all sorts of search results. Many of those...
2014/09/14 22:59
2014/09/14 22:59
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The lack of a common human rights mechanism for South Asia must be regarded an anomaly considering that each member country forswears a commitment to democracy and the law From Kathmandu to Kabul and...
2014/09/14 22:18
2014/09/14 22:18
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Right now, the eyes of the world are on Scotland, which is voting in the coming week on whether to leave the UK. The referendum in Scotland is binding. If they vote YES, then Scotland will leave after...
2014/09/14 18:42
2014/09/14 18:42
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By Dimitris Kontogiannis The upgrade of Greece�s credit rating by Standard & Poor�s, the likely attainment of the fiscal target, signs of economic recovery and the ECB�s recent policy actions may...
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2014/09/13 13:40
2014/09/13 13:40
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Google Inc. promised a "robust" debate on a European Union court ruling that forces it to cut some search links with the first of a series of hearings across Europe. Its advisers took just three...
2014/09/12 21:08
2014/09/12 21:08
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Described by the Prime Minister as "one of the greatest statesmen Malta ever had", late President Guido de Marco this evening received glowing accolades at the unveiling of a statue in his memory...
2014/09/12 17:27
2014/09/12 17:27
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2014/09/12 16:28
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DUBLIN (AP) -- For most of his half-century in Northern Ireland politics, Ian Paisley was synonymous with two words: "No" and "Never." The Protestant minister who became the province's most divisive...
2014/09/12 11:06
2014/09/12 11:06
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More than 300 years ago, when the Act of Union between England and Scotland created Great Britain, most public and political powers were merged. Their legal systems remained distinct. Three centuries...
2014/09/16 20:42
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