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Persons in genuine need of international protection will get it quickly. Those who do not have the right to receive protection in the EU will be returned swiftly.

Find here our proposals for the reform of the Common European Asylum Policy, now on the table of the European Parliament and the Council http://europa.eu/!Wm93UY
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Repubblica m 😄B-):3^_^😉 ha., j, , , 🏣
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Moving abroad after the summer break? Wondering what formalities you’ll have to go through when you move to another EU country? Will you have to register? Can you claim benefits? You have rights that you may not know about. Learn more about them here: http://europa.eu/!Mt38MV
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Klobi for President, it should be their responsibility because, Spain is a part of the European Union.

There are European Laws laid down that guides against what the Spanish Government and El'Albir community, are doing to me.

I am British and I approached the British Consulate about it, they cannot step in but the then second in command, told me who to write to in Brussels.

This person, she is the person who monitors the British and the Spanish activities towards both country citizens living in each other's country. Though till today, I never heard from for and her address and name were both given to me by the British Second in command himself.

He phoned me twice and spoke to me over the phone. The Spanish police must have intercepted this letter which was recorded. Where I am in Spain is a very small town and I'm the only black.

The Spanish are taking Liberty. If you are a citizen of any member state of the EU, I understand that if you have problem where you are that you could seek help from any of the other member states of the European Union. Spain is not the Law on itself.
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The European Border and Coast Guard combines a new reinforced Agency, building on the foundations laid by Frontex, with the ability to draw on a reserve pool of people and equipment. Member States continue to keep their competence and sovereignty over their borders. They continue to manage the external border day to day. But crucially, the European Border and Coast Guard will provide support to all Member States and be able to identify and intervene to address weaknesses in advance, and not when it's too late.http://europa.eu/!Nu47UK
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Ya era hora de tener por fin la tan esperada y necesaria Policia Europea de Fronteras.👌👍
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There are currently 1,882,253 jobs waiting for you on the EURES portal. Check it out and find your future job in Europe on http://europa.eu/!um47Yq

Good Luck!
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мало мигрантов приехало? или работать не хотят? население успевает налоги платить на содержание "армии рабочих"? а вы безвизовый режим с украинцами подпишите, вот сразу работники появятся + к арабам ;)
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Trouble with a hotel accommodation, a flight, or purchase made abroad? If holidays turn out differently than expected, know how to exercise your rights. The ECC-Net Travel App helps consumers to cope with difficult situations on their holidays abroad and to express their consumer rights in the language of the destination country. The app is free of charge and works offline to avoid roaming fees. http://bit.ly/28PC3Hy
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Thinking about studying abroad? Do it with with Erasmus+ – the experience of a lifetime

Which countries offer Erasmus+? Who can apply? How to get started? Take a look here

http://europa.eu/!vh34hB
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Erasmus in Kilis???? Is this the city in Turkey or another one? I am a bit perplexed...
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Are you stuck in an airport? Is your luggage missing? Keep your passenger rights at hand (just in case) http://europa.eu/!Fk66KJ
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Embarking on a research career is not always easy. And yet today’s young researchers are vital to Europe’s future. The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions want to make research careers more attractive to young people.. What's in it for young researchers? What does the funding cover? Who can apply? Discover it here http://europa.eu/!TQ76Uw
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In the early hours of this morning central #Italy was tragically struck by an #earthquake . Italy is part of our European family and as the European Union we stand in full solidarity with the Italian people and the national authorities at this time, ready to help: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_STATEMENT-16-2883_en.htm
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Desde aquí mis condolencias para mi hermano país italiano por éste desastre natural. 
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On 23 August 1939, #Nazi Germany and the #SovietUnion signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. This marked the beginning of one of the darkest periods in the recent history of our continent, bringing with it deportation, torture and the murder of tens of millions of people.

Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis grew up in a Stalin Gulag, his family (pictured) having been deported from #Lithuania to #Siberia by Soviet Communists in June 1941. They received permission to return to Lithuania only after his mother was awarded a medal of honour in 1957 for raising five children.

Even after #WorldWarII , many Central and Eastern Europeans continued to suffer under other totalitarian or authoritarian regimes. Fortunately, young generations of Europeans today have not experienced this. But we must never take our freedoms for granted.

This is why today we mark a Europe-Wide #DayofRemembrance ‬ for the victims of all #totalitarian and #authoritarian regimes. The memory of Europe's history should nourish our commitment to stand up for our common values and principles | ‪#EUHistory‬

Full statement: europa.eu/!dd44hB
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Sadly one must tell the truth at all times. Since the end of WWII, not much has changed. But in saying so, we must thank God for the activities of UNITED NATIONS.

Without the United Nations efforts, many people would have continued to suffer in silence; whilst the tyrants continues with their oppression of the weak and vulnerable world wide.
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Electric roads to charge your car as you drive? Plugging your electric car into a charging station could become a thing of the past as researchers are developing electric roads that can charge your car while waiting at a traffic light or even on the move

This EU-funded project is part of a series of projects looking at improving the infrastructure for electric vehicles to encourage people to invest in electric transport and reduce emissions.

It addresses one of the key obstacles to the popularity of electric vehicles: so-called range anxiety – the worry about how far you can travel before your battery runs out. Wireless charging could change all that.

Read more: http://horizon-magazine.eu/article/electric-roads-charge-your-car-you-drive_en.html

#cars #electriccar #transport #transportation #climate #climatechange #climateaction #environment #europeanunion

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Sí ya muchos lo tiene solo los países avanzados ?y otros no tienen esa posibilidad 
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Did you know that 1 in 3 Europeans is over 55 years old?

Peter Cullen, 70 years old, started with his son their small Irish company in 1998, producing jelly beans made with 100% natural flavours. The Jelly Bean Factory now has an annual turnover of €16 million. Learn how the EU can help business start-ups at any age: http://europa.eu/!Nm49Qg
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Я тоже рисовать умею Asagw Qas 
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