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Ticker Juncker to stop being politically active
By EUobserver 

13. Aug, 08:38
EU commission president Jean-Claude Juncker plans to stop being political active, when leaving his top-EU post. "I will not be politically active anymore. But I will stay active, write, take long walks", he told Tiroler Tageszeitung in an interview in relation to accepting the Grand Tiroler Adler Orden. Juncker admitted to some failures, including that his commission did not succeed in renewing the EU-Swiss framework agreement.

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Feature Russia makes big promises to Arctic peoples on expansion 6. Dec, 15:33
The Arctic future conference kicked off with optimistic presentations by ministers and officials of the Russian government — but also a burst of scepticism from representatives of those actually living in Russia's Arctic and Far East regions.

Agenda UK election plus EU summit in focus This WEEK 6. Dec, 15:32
EU leaders will try to agree on the 2050 emission-free target - but they will deeply disagree on EU spending over the next seven years. Meanwhile the UK will elect its new political leadership.

Migrants paying to get detained in Libyan centres 6. Dec, 09:16
A trend has emerged over the past few months where desperate people are paying to get locked up in Libyan detention centres to escape the conflict and with the hope they stand a better chance of getting resettled to Europe.

Magazine Searching for solidarity in EU asylum policy 6. Dec, 08:50
The European Parliament's civil liberties committee offers a snapshot of the European "state of mind", says its chair Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar. Its biggest challenge will be getting member states to unblock the EU asylum package.

Opinion Will Michel lead on lobbying transparency at Council? 6. Dec, 08:49
Few people know that the code of conduct for the European Council president is substantially weaker than the code of conduct for commissioners.

Investigation Blood from stone: What did British PR firm do for Malta? 6. Dec, 08:49
British PR firm Chelgate worked for the Maltese government on the case of murdered journalist Caruana Galizia, three well-placed sources have told EUobserver.

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