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Congratulations Germany! Champion - FIFA World Cup 2014 
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BRAVI ,PREPARATEVI AD L'ENNESIMA LORO DITTATURA,ORA NON PUO'  + FERMARE NESSUNO,POLITICAMENTE,ECONOMICAMENTE,SPORTIVO,E DULCIS IN FUNDOS ,MEDIDIATICAMENTE,TV IN TESTA.CONTENTI VOI!
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On Tuesday 15 July, the candidate for European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will debate with the new European Parliament, who will then vote on his appointment.

This is another step on the path that leads to the formation of the new European Commission that should take office in November 2014.

Lost in the process? Check out this #infographic by the +European Parliament or read more here: http://www.elections2014.eu/en/new-commission/towards-a-new-commission
#EP2014   #EC2014  
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Conclude Report about no economy ,bad performance Automotive engineer of 6 parts in Mercedes Benz classes and Mercedes Benz classes include AMG,Braubs,Lorinser which mean brands failure in automobile thus.

1. Wider rear track than front track code chassis  : easy wrecked chassis,lowest traction,extreme tail flick,extreme slip,hardcore control in all speed and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

2. turbocharger (1-4 turbo per engine) intercooler petrol engines : unstable acceleration,extreme wrecked engine parts,torque horsepower overload, and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

3. without rear fog lamp : easy electronic parts wrecked,economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

4. CVT transmission : slow acceleration,economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

5. Wider front track than rear track in below 10 mm code chassis with RWD,AWD : medium traction,tail flick,easy slip and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

6. Front track as same as rear track code chassis : medium traction,medium tail flick,easy slip,power slide,understeer  and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

If over 1 of 6 parts,automobiles of economy use  1-3 km/l,below 1 km/l.
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Tired of seeing the same clichéd images of #HumanitarianAid? Share your experience by sending your best pictures of people supporting their local communities by e-mail to firstresponders@internationalmedicalcorps.org.uk

Add a short description of where you took the photo and why you’ve submitted your picture, and you could win a signed print from world-famous photographer Ashley Gilbertson.
More info: http://bit.ly/VT317J
+European Union Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection #firstresponders #disasterrelief #firstaid  
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#Erasmus students come from all over, and certainly from all corners of Europe. How many students did your country send in 2012-2013?

Find out more at http://europa.eu/!mC98MY! More general info about #ErasmusPlus at http://europa.eu/!Gy33dV or join the Erasmus Google+ Community: https://plus.google.com/communities/115077875344973792963
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Conclude Report about no economy ,bad performance Automotive engineer of 6 parts in all brands which mean brands failure in automobile thus.

1. Wider rear track than front track code chassis  : easy wrecked chassis,lowest traction,extreme tail flick,extreme slip,hardcore control in all speed and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

2. turbocharger (1-4 turbo per engine) intercooler petrol engines : unstable acceleration,extreme wrecked engine parts,torque horsepower overload, and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

3. without rear fog lamp : easy electronic parts wrecked,economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

4. CVT transmission : slow acceleration,economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

5. Wider front track than rear track in below 10 mm code chassis with RWD,AWD : medium traction,tail flick,easy slip and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

6. Front track as same as rear track code chassis : medium traction,medium tail flick,easy slip,power slide,understeer  and economy as 1-5 km/l,below 1 km/l.

If over 1 of 6 parts,automobiles of economy use  1-3 km/l,below 1 km/l.
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Chat on TTIP
Questions on #TTIP ?  EU negotiators are having a Twitter chat tomorrow at 10 AM CET - Ask with #euchatTTIP






#TAFTA #transparency  
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ALDE party in EP is trying for some time to get transparantie in this. 
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The Netherlands and Argentina played yesterday the 2nd #WorldCup Semi-final in São Paulo, where there are around 25,000 recyclable waste collectors. 

They perform very hard work which is crucial for the city. Yet very few citizens are aware of the importance of their work, and they are still widely discriminated against. 

See in this video how the #EU helps improve their working conditions and their rights: http://bit.ly/1skJxa9

And read more here: http://bit.ly/1uzZBRh #HumanRights #EIDHR 
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Why spent billions for world cup and the games only last for a few weeks? Is this logic? At the same time many hungers r eating left over from the bins and many get sacked and diseases. 
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Today is the big day for football fans: the final of the #WorldCup in #RiodeJaneiro !

While supporters from #Germany and #Argentina worry about the results of this last match, the #EU worries about the rights of children and adolescents in favelas!

See how an EU project assists young people’s organisations from the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, and how it helps young people to enjoy their economic, social and cultural rights: http://bit.ly/1vPast3

More details here: http://bit.ly/1pwaZgH #HumanRights #EIDHR #argger #worldcup2014  
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well i think jews and israel are great asset (only not sane country in the middle east) but i dont understand that why eu try to influence outside of its "borders" they need to close borders and work with their own country members first and when thinks start to work well inside, then, we can start looking for other countries if needed.
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#Brazil and the #Netherlands will fight for the 3rd place tonight in Brasilia!

In #Brasilia and throughout Brazil, indigenous peoples fight for their rights every day! See how the #EU helps them safeguard their rights by providing legal aid and training for those responsible for the indigenous peoples.

Read more here: http://bit.ly/1vyONFk

#HumanRights #EIDHR #worldcup #worldcup2014 #BRANED  
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+Paul Gray most likely the Brazilian government doesn't care, like it doesn't care about a lot of stuff.

Also, yes, homeless persons in the EU. There are programs in place to help them. They have niche rights and can be protected by the EU. The Sorbs, for example.
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Delays or cancellations? 42% of travelers who encounter problems prefer talking to someone directly when filing a complaint. If you're one of them, there’s someone in every EU country that can assist you during the process. Find contact details of national authorities for air and rail travel (after choosing your mode of transport) here: http://europa.eu/!uX87kb
#traveling #railway #passengerrights #eu4citizens   
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Do you have questions about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership #TTIP? Join EU’s TTIP negotiators live on Twitter now!
Ask with #euchatTTIP

Find out more: http://europa.eu/!Tx34YJ
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Yup - I agree with you, Sven. Problem is that most people find it all opaque - so just don't get it. Such a shame that big media have dropped the ball on this one. It's a big deal - so it should have proper media coverage and the politicians should also have sought to better educate and involve public and key advocacy groups into making sure that this delivers for citizenry - not just big business.
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Who is the typical Erasmus student?
In 2012-2013, she was 22 years old, spent 6 months abroad and studied at Bachelor level. But Erasmus+ can be for everyone, offering a chance to change lives and open minds. Find out more at http://europa.eu/!Gy33dV or join the Erasmus + Community https://plus.google.com/communities/115077875344973792963
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Amico affronteremo il problema quando ci sarà e se ci sarà
Buona serata...e kiss.
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+TP Wu it is separate community group you can join. Discussion in that group. Click picture.
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