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EU staff whose children do not speak English, French or German or who are in need of special assistance will be hit hardest by a 7 million budget cut in the European Schools linked to national austerity measures and a cap on the bloc's 2011 budget. "
Libya at the Crossroads: The insurgents have Muammar al-Gaddafi an ultimatum of 72 hours made head of state in order to stop attacks against the civilian population and to go into exile. "If he stops the bombing and the country within
BRUSSELS - European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on Wednesday urged Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to step down, calling the situation in Libya as "scandalous" and "unacceptable." At a press conference on the turmoil in
DUBLIN, negotiations on forming a new Irish government should begin as early as Monday that the Fine Gael party has one week to complete these talks, local media reported Sunday. So far, 154 of the 166 seats were filled to the
Russia's gas giant Gazprom says the unrest in northern Africa will likely boost European demand for its own supplies via the planned South Stream pipeline from the Black Sea. Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller made the claim to Russian
Russia has reached a bilateral agreement with the US on joining the World Trade Organization, Russia's Economic Development and Trade Ministry reported...The sides will also focus on the most acute issues, such as energy, trade, co-operation in high-
Erdogan to visit Brussels amid stalemate in European Union bid Prime Minister Erdogan will visit Brussels at the invitation of EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso (L). Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will have talks with top European
Poland supports the 'Community method' of EU-decision-making, recently defended by European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso against attempts by France and Germany to revert to intergovernmental methods, Polish State Secretary for European
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has defended his team's performance one year into his second term after a turbulent 12 months dominated by the eurozone debt crisis and the establishment of the EU's new Lisbon Treaty architecture.
Brussels and Berne have ironed out their differences to move ahead with a process aimed at simplifying "without delay" the complex network of bilateral agreements governing EU-Swiss relations, said European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso