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The radio network for EU news. Euranet Plus is composed of 13 public and private broadcasters within the European Union – reaching more than 20 Million listeners in a daily cumulated reach. Euranet Plus is an editorially independent radio network funded by the European Commission.
The radio network for EU news. Euranet Plus is composed of 13 public and private broadcasters within the European Union – reaching more than 20 Million listeners in a daily cumulated reach. Euranet Plus is an editorially independent radio network funded by the European Commission.

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The contract of the Euranet Plus project has expired on March 6, 2017. Euranet Plus is hoping to provide you with EU news again soon - we will keep you posted. Thanks for your loyalty and stay tuned!
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EU countries are doing battle over how the bloc should look post-Brexit, with some calling for a multi-speed union, where groups of countries can come together on migration, defence or social policies, leaving unwilling member states behind.
Read our weekly #EUPressReview: http://bit.ly/2mj0vI8

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Changes to the EU's carbon market designed to cut industrial emissions led to a major clash between environment ministers this week, with Poland and other coal-dependent countries fearful the reform will force companies to relocate outside the EU. 

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Watch this week's political cartoon review: Macron checked into Hotel Sarkozy with Bayrou, the honeymoon suite. Theresa was staying at the House of Lords with some old friends. Mike had lunch with the NATO crew – Angela was paying; and Rex was playing Russian roulette on his magical mystery tour, while Captain Donnie sailed straight for the icebergs. 

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The US administration tried to appease the EU today, in the wake of recent comments against Nato and in favour of Russia and Brexit. American vice-president Mike Pence offered the bloc a "strong commitment" on the economy, defence and Russia.

Get all the details: Trump envoy tries to smooth EU relations http://bit.ly/2m4UGM3

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Last Wednesday, the European Parliament approved the reform of the future Emissions Trading System (ETS), which is the main tool for reducing EU emissions. With an oversupply of emission permits and a very low price, most agree that the current ETS is not working. The centre-right EPP, which paved way for the approval, called it a balanced approach and they assured that it will make the EU meet its Paris commitments in the short term up until 2030.
However, the end result will not be enough to meet the EU commitments set out at the last UN climate conference, according to green politicians and NGOs.

Watch our multilingual report with the WWF and the MEP Christofer Fjellner: EU fails in boosting flawed emissions system http://bit.ly/2lk6bPS

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Canadian premier and global heartthrob Justin Trudeau addressed the European Parliament this week following MEPs’ approval of a controversial EU-Canada trade deal, calling on the EU to help lead the global economy. EU economic growth is at risk from developments in Greece, the UK and the US. And Nato defence ministers were told to step up spending or risk the US pulling back from the military alliance.

Read our European press round-up: Trudeau hails #CETA as #Grexit, #Brexit and #Trump threaten #EU economy http://bit.ly/2lSRLcH

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Le Parlement européen a réformé a minima la bourse d’émission de CO2. Les grandes industries vont continuer à bénéficier de permis gratuits et la réduction des quotas d'émission ne permettrait pas d’atteindre les objectifs de Paris

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The European Parliament voted in favour of tightening the EU's Emissions Trading System #ETS by reducing the number of carbon permits on the market . Since big industries will still get permits for free, green NGOs like the WWF say that the reduction will not be big enough to meet the Paris targets.

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Penelope Fillon had been working at the Ministry of Information, a special department, a secret place. She kept a poster of Trudeau on the wall. Donald had a signed portrait of Vladimir in the Oval Office, but Ivanka said it didn’t have Justin’s superpowers of attraction. Theresa was testing Darwin’s theories to the limit, Brexit was evolution in reverse. 
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