Poland accused of breaking EU law

Poland accused of breaking EU law

Poland was accused of breaking EU law after it lowered the judges' retirement age and failed to uphold the independence of its Supreme Court. Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS)…
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Austria to extend border controls

Austria to extend border controls

Austria will extend its border controls for Hungary and Slovenia until at least November. In a letter written by the Austrian Interior, Minister Herbert Kickl, to the European Commission, he…
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Romania laments brain drain

Romania laments brain drain

Eugen Teodorovici, Romanian Finance Minister, said the country's brain drain is undermining Romania's ability to compete on a European level and called on the European Union to do more to…
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Slovakia goes to the polls

Slovakia goes to the polls

Slovakia Saturday is set to vote for a new president, with front-runner, Zuzana Caputova facing European Union Commissioner Maros Sefcovic. The two candidates got the most votes in the first…
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Poland – The price of emigration

Poland – The price of emigration

DW: Thousands of Polish nurses, caregivers and workmen leave the country for employment. That has consequences: Many Polish children grow up without parents, who are gone for months or even…
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Elections underway in Slovenia

Elections underway in Slovenia

The Slovenian Democratic Party looks set to win the most votes in the election taking place today. The party let by Led by Janez Janša, seen an increase in support, mainly…
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The election in Hungary

The election in Hungary

Hungary’s right-wing nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is the second-longest-serving government leader after Germany's Angela Merkel, seeks a third consecutive term in parliamentary elections on Sunday. Opinion polls show…
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