Tag Archives: Euronews

Euronews – Online Privacy Protection – 26 October 2013

Online privacy protection(Lucas : I am baffled by all the ignorance : What are you doing monsieur/mister? Still thinking UK/France and other corporate states do not the same. They have already those spy programs of their own in place remember. Also do you really think legislation of a for corporate interest and profit EU will bring about protection of … it is like asking your enemies put me in jail to protect me from you…! Wake up! Change the world from within and start there… forget about the corporate state, EU, financial system and build a real new world based upon that what we really are:  equal and one without limits.)

A question from Tom via Twitter: “Do you think our privacy and more generally our fundamental rights as EU citizens are at risk with growing mass surveillance by the US and other governments?”

Answer from Jérémie Zimmermann, spokesperson and co-founder of Quadrature du Net, a non-profit association defending the rights and freedoms of citizens on the Internet :
“Part of the answer, in order to try to protect our privacy, obviously implies policies and the establishment of legislation protecting citizens. But that is not all. We also need to ask the question of what relationship we have with technology today.”
Read the whole story and see video at : www.euronews.com / link to original article


Pope Banishes Germany’s ‘Luxury Bishop’ From His Diocese – 23 October 2013


VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Pope Francis has ordered the German Roman Catholic prelate known as the “luxury bishop” for spending some 31 million euros (£26.46 million) on a residence to leave his diocese for an unspecified period, the Vatican said on Wednesday.

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EuroNews – EU leaders Hold Talks With Business, Union Chiefs – 28 June 2013

europeanunionflagEuropean leaders are meeting with industry and trade union figures at this EU summit to discuss how to fight unemployment.

The new head of one of Europe’s top business groups cautiously welcomed plans to help jobless youths. Continue reading

EuroNews – Eurozone Finance Ministers Split On Banking Reform – 21 June 2013

images-euroEurozone finance ministers met in Luxembourg to discuss reform of the banking sector and a request by Cyprus to revise the terms of its ten billion euro bailout.

Austria’s Finance Minister Maria Fekter criticised Nicosia’s demands, saying “I can’t imagine that there’s a better alternative to what we have painfully agreed on all together. To question a contract we have made, and which has passed all national parliaments – including the Cypriot parliament – is a quite bold announcement!” Continue reading

EuroNews – Bank Bailout Agency For EU? – 14 May 2013

images-euroThe Eurogroup have discussed the creation of a central rescue agency to wind up failing banks, but Germany says a Treaty change would be needed for the project to go ahead. The proposal would be a mainstay of any future banking union.

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Eurogroup president, said: “We must, while we are discussing the Treaty change, work on the other building blocks. The banking union cannot wait. There are a number of elements that have to start: the single supervising mechanism can start, the capital requirements have to be put in place, we have to work on a resolution directive.”

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EuroNews – EU To Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides – 30 April 2013

Flickr-bee-wwarby-300x225Europe’s bees are in sharp decline, with up to 50 percent of colonies dying out in some parts in recent winters. Now the EU has voted to ban three pesticides linked to bee deaths.

Roger Waite from the EU Commission explained:

“The formal decision will take a number of weeks because we have to translate the text, but we have now taken the political decision that this proposal to restrict the use of these active substances from the first of December will enter into force.”

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Euronews – EU Regions At Risk Over Budget Squabble – 20 November 2012

( Lucas : I am fully about sharing and helping but as it is the EU we are talking about there’s another story to it. First of all the first possibly well intended economic zone grew into a monstrous self-governing body and it developed into greed accelerating and un-democratic corporatocracy and banking rule  build on treaties pushed down the throats of people. Continue reading

Euronews – EU Brussels Fiance Meeting Leaves Unanswered Questions On Greece – 14 November 2012

On the agenda for Ecofin’s roundtable meeting in Brussels – EU banking union and the next chapter in the story of the Greek debt crisis.

But Greece’s international lenders argued over targets for the country to lower it’s debt to GDP ratio.

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Euronews – Greece Holds On Eurogroup’s 31.5bn Euro Decision In Brussels – 13 November 2012

(Lucas : The  ” tragic comedy” goes on. Will Greece get its money?  I think so or they (= the Troika and the rest) have to admit defeat and acknowledge the falling apart of  all as the dominos  keep falling fast.  Things are broken beyond repair and even are in the view of humanities future not justified to fix. A new just and fair system not based on the old is needed to come in without debt, interest and taxation based upon real value backed non-fractional banking and no  fiat currency system.)

As the eurozone’s finance ministers meet in Brussels, Greece will be hoping they’ve done enough to convince them that they are deserving of the next tranche of the bailout – some 31.5 billion euros. Continue reading

Euronews – Iran Accussed In New UN Nuclear Report – 31 August 2012

The UN’s nuclear watchdog says Iran has doubled production capacity at its Fordo facility. The International Atomic Energy Agency said the number of centrifuges there have increased from just over 1,000 in May to more than 2,000 now. Those new machines are not yet operating, the report said. The IAEA also said Iranian officials hampered inspections of another nuclear site.

Iran denies its atomic programme has a military aspect. Tehran says Fordo enriches uranium to 20 percent for civilian purposes. But in May, UN inspectors found unranium enriched at 27 percent, closer to the level required to make a nuclear weapon.  Iran argues the readings are inaccurate.

http://www.euronews.com link to original article and video

(Lucas: comment : Is this the needle in the haystack they have to find like those weapons of mass deception, oeps mass destuction they could not find and fabricated in Irak to force a war.  It seems with all the war mongering going on and all those article that give all sorts of other things going against Iran.)