Europe

A missile shield in Eastern Europe – first steps towards a new Cold War

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Public opposition to the deployment of an American anti-missile radar system in the Czech Republic continues unabated.

Left Euro-MPs' leader: No Vote Shows "crisis of legitimacy of the current European model"

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Speaking in the runup to the European Council meeting that followed the Irish no vote, United European Left (GUE-NGL) Chair in the European Parliament Francis Wurtz said:

European Rail Workers Call for Resistance to EU Privatisation Programme

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British transport workers' union RMT held an international conference in London on June 17 on EU-driven rail privatisation.

"Democracy must prevail": Sinn Fein MEP on the Irish Referendum Result

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Speaking alternately in Irish and English, Sinn Fein Euro-MP Bairbre de Brun made the following statement in response to the Irish 'no' vote.:

NGOs protest against European Commission's interventions on behalf of Telecom Italia

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In an open letter, Coroprate Europe Observatory, Friends of the Earth and four other civil society groups and coalitions have called on EU Commission President José Barroso to stop Commissi

Europe: a more than 65 hour working week

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While our country is preparing for a national day of demonstrations on June 17th in defence of the retirement system and the 35 hour working week, the European Union, because of France’s c

'Equal rights for all are fundamental' Left MEPs hear women's testimonies on violence and violations of rights

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"To make progress in our work to combat all forms of violence against women, we must work together", said Swedish Left Party and United Left Group/Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL) Euro-MP Eva-Br

Left MEPs' leader welcome Irish 'No'

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Describing the result of Ireland's referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, in which the Irish people voted to reject the measure by 54%=46%, as "a salutory jolt", Unied Left Group (GUE-NGL) Presid

Lisbon Treaty: No Dutch Referendum as “Fear rules in The Hague”

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This week's debate over the proposal from the Socialist Party (SP) and four other parties for a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty demonstrated that a majority of Dutch Members of Parliament h

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