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Hungary blocks asylum-seekers from railway station, human rights groups call action 'futile' and 'reckless'

Sep 02, 2015

Hungary blocks asylum-seekers from railway station, human rights groups call action 'futile' and 'reckless'

Hungary stunned migrants and European partners Tuesday by blocking asylum-seekers from its westbound trains, a move that raised new challenges for the EU's passport-free travel zone. #NewsTracker #EU #Hungary #Budapest #European migrant crisis #Hungarian State Railways
Chaos at railway station in Budapest as thousands of asylum-seekers seek entry into trains

Sep 02, 2015

Chaos at railway station in Budapest as thousands of asylum-seekers seek entry into trains

Migrants lift up children outside the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest, Hungary. The European country has blocked asylum seekers seeking to escape difficult conditions. #EU #ImagesOfTheDay #Hungary #Budapest #European migrant crisis #Hungary trains
Third time lucky? Greece reaches agreement with creditors on $94 billion bailout

Aug 11, 2015

Third time lucky? Greece reaches agreement with creditors on $94 billion bailout

Greece on Tuesday reached a deal on a multi-billion bailout with its international creditors, officials said, with the government planning to submit it to Parliament later in the day. #Debt #NewsTracker #OECD #EU #Greece bailout #Euclid Tsakalotos
Internet firms such as Cisco, Google and Amazon to be subject to new EU cybersecurity law

Aug 07, 2015

Internet firms such as Cisco, Google and Amazon to be subject to new EU cybersecurity law

A cloud computing provider or any other digital firm providing a service for an infrastructure operator would be subject to the same rules applying to that operator. #Google #digital #EU #Amazon #cloud #cyber security #Cisco
Disappointed India backs off trade talks after EU bans 700 pharma products of GVK Bio

Aug 06, 2015

Disappointed India backs off trade talks after EU bans 700 pharma products of GVK Bio

Pharmexcil has said that India's business loss arising from the European Union's ban on 700 generic drugs is likely to be around $1.2 billion #EU-FTA #GVK Biosciences #pharma ban
Officials rescue 367 migrants off Libya; 25 bodies found

Aug 06, 2015

Officials rescue 367 migrants off Libya; 25 bodies found

A fishing boat crowded with migrants overturned on Wednesday in the Mediterranean off Libya as rescuers approached, and the Italian coast guard and Irish navy said at least 367 people were saved, although 25 bodies also were found in the latest human smuggling tragedy. #Libya #NewsTracker #EU #Italy #Migrants #Boat
One killed as migrants storm Eurotunnel to reach Britain

Jul 29, 2015

One killed as migrants storm Eurotunnel to reach Britain

One man died on Wednesday as migrants made some 1,500 attempts to enter the Eurotunnel terminal in a desperate bid to get to England, a situation the British prime minister warned was "very concerning." #France #NewsTracker #EU #Britain #Eurotunnel #Migration Crisis
Over 1,800 migrants rescued, 13 bodies recovered off Italy coast

Jul 28, 2015

Over 1,800 migrants rescued, 13 bodies recovered off Italy coast

More than 1,800 migrants have been picked up in the Mediterranean and 13 bodies recovered as the exodus from north Africa by boat endures, Italy's coast guard said on Tuesday. #World #NewsTracker #EU #Italy #migration #boats #Migrant crisis
US and Turkey to work together to drive Islamic State from Northern Syria

Jul 28, 2015

US and Turkey to work together to drive Islamic State from Northern Syria

The US and Turkey have agreed to work together to drive Islamic State jihadists from northern Syria, senior US officials said on Monday, as Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu vowed to press ahead with parallel strikes against Kurdish militants. #World #US #Syria #France #NewsTracker #EU #Turkey #islamic-state