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One comment that makes sense - but it's drowned by the flood of feel good guilt trip rants which, while advocating accepting unlimited immigration, ignore the consequences of such policies. And the consequences can be catastrophic on our societies: on the one hand a massive increase in minorities, which will soon become not such small minorities, which will turn very aggressive and militant, once they discover that their European dream was total BS and on the other the extremists and populists, who will oppose these minorities at our expense, at the cost of our democracy and freedom. Either way we lose, whether at the hands of the Islamists or nazis and, most likely, both. So I agree with the author: help them to sort out their lives and stay home, instead of destroying what's left of our democracies
 
Over the last week or two I did not appreciate reading about how Europeans are uncaring, dispassionate people for not rushing to help in the mediterranean. I appreciate that this article looks at the context of the migrant situation. Understanding what events happen at the origin is important to prevent more losses of life at sea later in the migrant process. 
Taxpayers should be outraged that European aid money is propping up the corrupt regimes that so many Africans are fleeing
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+Matthew Olney you make a good point. Trouble is that, after the Iraqi and Afghan débacles, Americans don't want to get involved and everybody else is happy to make noises from the sidelines. At best, countries are ready to conduct a short surgical campaign like in Libya - and we saw what great success that was: we can topple a dictator quite easily, but then we have to sort out the mess left behind - and nobody wants to do that. In other words, we will carry on agonising over the issues, but nobody will do anything about it. The best part is that our foes know how impotent the west is and they take advantage of it, be it Putin or IS
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In France, 100% renewable energy wouldn't be more expensive than nuclear by 2050, according to the public agency ADEME (http://www.ademe.fr/). The controversial report, originally due to be presented on 14-15th April in Paris, had been postponed because "not ready". The French site Mediapart has published the full report (hidden behind a paywall http://www.mediapart.fr/journal/france/080415/energie-le-rapport-cache-sur-une-france-100-renouvelable). The main interest of the report is that it debunks the notion, with solid scientific arguments, that it's not possible to abandon nuclear energy in favour of a mix of renewable sources.
Une étude pilotée par l'Ademe conclut qu'un scénario « 100 % électricité verte » est possible en France, à un coût comparable à celui d'un mix conservant 50 % de nucléaire.
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Too many Europeans cannot use online services that are available in other EU countries. Such discrimination cannot exist in a Single Market.

Tackling Geo-blocking is just one of the objectives of our #DigitalSingleMarket Strategy. Discover more here: http://ec.europa.eu/priorities/digital-single-market/index_en.htm 
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Les acteurs de l’économie numérique sont en train de chambouler des industries entières. Mais ce n’est pas l’appel à la protection de l’Etat qui sauvera nos emplois
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An ecological way of relocating a boat. By the lake Léman in Nyon, Switzerland
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+Matthew Olney Ah I see you are the only one who knows what's going on ? so where do you get your true facts from ? and how do you know they are true ? And, you fall for that old fisherman's tale about there, being plenty more fish in the sea! That's what they said about the cod stocks of the Atlantic of Canada and US, where there are no cod to this day because of overfishing. 
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The Greek church has decided to step in and help the country during the crisis. After years of hardship, with Greek governments looking for every possible solution abroad and severe cutbacks at home, it turns out that there was this vast wealth, untapped so far. Better very late than never
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The Large Hadron Collider – the incredible machinery that was credited with discovering the Holy Grail of long sought after particles, the Higgs Boson - has finally been re-awoken after a two year slumber whilst undergoing upgrades and repairs.
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For Linux geniuses out there. Just to be based in Sevilla would be worth it
 
We are now accepting applications for our September 2015 bootcamp. Learn more and apply here! http://bit.ly/1HGQPsn
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+Michelle Cameron it's in September, so there is time to catch up on Spanish, Linux or both
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