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Ticker EU urged to regulate crypto currencies
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11. Jan, 09:29
European regulation of crypto currencies such as Bitcoin may be needed to protect consumers, prevent money laundering, terror financing and to stop diverging national regulations from creating unfair competition, the European Banking Authority has advised. In a new report the EU's banking watchdog said that the European Commission should carry out further analysis to determine the appropriate EU-level response.

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Spain's Garcia set to be next Socialist leader in parliament Today, 16:26
With the current Socialist & Democrats group leader, Germany's Udo Bullman pulling out of the race, Spanish MEP Iratxe Garcia is likely to become the next leader of the second biggest group in the European Parliament.

Erdogan mocks Macron amid EU sanctions threat Today, 09:27
Turkey could face EU sanctions over gas drilling in Cyprus, Greece and others have warned, prompting mockery by Turkey's president.

Investigation The most dangerous pesticide you've never heard of Today, 07:56
Scientists say there is no acceptable dose to avoid brain damage. Its use is banned in several European countries. Yet its residues are found in fruit baskets, on dinner plates, and in human urine samples from all over Europe.

'Russian sources' targeted EU elections with disinformation 14. Jun, 17:32
The efforts to sway the mood - and the votes - of EU citizens was more targeted and nuanced, and not only restricted to Russian sources. The EU wants online platforms to do more.

Agenda Top EU jobs summit dominates This WEEK 14. Jun, 17:23
A summit in Belgian capital this week will host heads of government and state to discuss top EU institutional posts. But before they meet, the jockeying for the Commission presidency will have already started among the European political groups.

EP parties planning 'coalition agenda' ahead of jobs summit 14. Jun, 16:44
Political bosses of the European Parliament's groups, hoping to assemble a majority coalition, are eyeing putting forward an political agenda - and possibly a name for the commission top job - before EU leaders gather in Brussels.

News in Brief
  1. Today, 16:10 Swiss stock exchange could lose EU access in July
  2. Today, 14:40 Austria's Strache will not take up EU parliament seat
  3. Today, 12:18 Tanker attacks pose questions for EU on Iran deal
  4. Today, 09:17 Johnson skips TV debate for UK prime ministership
  5. Today, 09:09 Slovakia's first female president takes office
  6. Today, 08:56 Irish immigration officers flew back business class
  7. Today, 08:54 Catalan MEP denied taking seat in European Parliament
  8. 14. Jun, 09:29 EU plans to restructure eurozone bonds
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  1. Today, 16:26 Spain's Garcia set to be next Socialist leader in parliament
  2. Today, 09:27 Erdogan mocks Macron amid EU sanctions threat
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  4. 14. Jun, 17:32 'Russian sources' targeted EU elections with disinformation
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