1 June, 2018
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Populists take charge of Italy
The third-largest Eurozone economy will be run by Eurosceptic parties

Allies hit back at US tariffs
The Commission vows strong retaliation, France warns of a widening trade conflict

New rules make easier access to funds in next seven-year budget
'European Social Fund Plus' will be more closely aligned to the European Semester

Tougher measures vs unfair imports
Where is Schengen free area heading for
Goods' mutual recognition rules ready to be finalised
Expelling single-use plastics from market
Farce scripted by Kostov: the Bulgarian Madoff and Prokopiev pitted against each other
Courts controlled by several oligarchs protecting Bulgarian Madoff's loot
Why the focus is so often wrong
EU heads towards common army
Libya to vote in December
US, NKorea plan again for summit
Steel, aluminium tariffs enforced
Two rival pipelines draw near Turkey
Bayer wins approval for Monsanto takeover
Creative Europe's successes to go on
The viola is a cosmic instrument
Art as form of protest
Gem of Roman urbanisation
Confession: Capital guiltily rewrites its CorpBank book with articles
Borisov met with Putin
EU provides added value to its citizens
Greeks strike against new wave of austerity
Spain gets socialist PM after Rajoy lost confidence vote
Germany and Austria strengthen border controls
Danish parliament bans wearing niqabs in public
Checking foreign investment to protect EU strategic interests
Western Balkans to boost fight against human trafficking
Children of the Balkans with spirituality in Europe
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EU Insights
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Bulgaria
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Courts controlled by several oligarchs protecting Bulgarian Madoff's loot
Lozan Panov's minions attack law intended to prevent CorpBank's secondary plundering

Farce scripted by Kostov: the Bulgarian Madoff and Prokopiev pitted against each other
The oligarch from Razgrad is trying to cut the umbilical cord tying him to Tsvetan Vassilev

Confession: Capital guiltily rewrites its CorpBank book with articles
Vassilev credited with 64 offshore firms; no mention of those in The State CorpBank or the Prokopiev’s conciliatory interview with the fugitive banker

The magistrate seen with a puppet of Tsvetan Vassilev
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Interview
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Daniel Termont, President of EUROCITIES and Mayor of Ghent:
EU needs to engage more with its citizens
We must not lose Europe and should do everything we can to avoid the ideological ideas from extreme parties being in the lead

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Analysis
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Why the focus is so often wrong
Once again, the EU summit will ignore Europe's greatest threat

EU heads towards common army
The cultivation of a shared strategic European defence culture must encompass the possibility of autonomous European action

First Swiss Brexit lesson: Negotiations never end

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The Planet
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Libya to vote in December
EU will help local authorities to prepare and will accompany a democratic process

US, NKorea plan again for summit
Russia's Lavrov visits Kim Jong-un, calls for lifting of sanctions

Taliban in ceasefire talks with Afghan government

Cuba amends constitution to open economy
Assad raises prospect of further clash with US
Heaviest fighting in Gaza since 2014
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Business
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Culture
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Creative Europe's successes to go on
Its €1.081bn MEDIA segment will be geographically broadened

Violist Yuri Bashmet:
The viola is a cosmic instrument
When I decide to do something, I make the conscious choice to fall in love with that idea

From Cleopatra to Banksy:
Art as form of protest
Exhibition at the British Museum presents underground stories of rebellion and dissent

Gem of Roman urbanisation
Virtuoso violinist returns to Sofia
Exhibition of Banksy in Russia for the first time
Bruges: the liquid city
New technologies take over Varna Summer
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