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Politics: Page 1069

Privacy International sues UK over Tempora, Prism
TemporaJuly 9, 2013 ET
Privacy International commenced legal action against the UK government, charging that the spying is operated outside of the rule of law, lacks any accountability, and is neither necessary nor proportionate.
Russian food experts accusing Norway of food impurity
Norway salmonJuly 9, 2013 ET
Russian trade authorities will block all Norwegian salmon to the country if Norway don't impose tighter control of farmed salmon.
EU warns Bulgaria over oligarchic model
Matthias Hoepfner Philippe AutieJuly 9, 2013 ET
The Ambassadors of Germany and France to Bulgaria have issued a joint statement, stressing that the oligarchic model is incompatible with EU membership.
China and Pakistan to open link to the Arabian Sea
GwadarJuly 8, 2013 ET
China and Pakistan will develop a transport link from northwestern China through Pakistani mountains to the Arabian Sea, a route that should boost Pakistan growth and cut shipping times.
Thailand wants tourists, Maldives investments in health, food
MaldivesJuly 8, 2013 ET
The government of Maldives is aiming to attract Thai investment in tourism, fisheries, the food industry and hospitals. Those are the main results of the first meeting of the Joint Trade Committee between the two countries.
EU to invest 281.4 million euros in environment projects
Europe environmentJuly 8, 2013 ET
The European Commission has approved funding for 248 new projects under the LIFE+ programme, the EU environment fund. The projects cover nature conservation, climate change, and environmental policy across all Member States.
Sweden is helping employers who have young workers
Sweden young workersJuly 8, 2013 ET
Sweden is helping young workers to be better prepared for the job market with its Vocational Introduction Employment scheme that combines work and training experience.
EU to attack cyber-criminals
Cyber crimeJuly 5, 2013 ET
The European Parliament has adopted new EU legislation to fight cyber-crime, such as large-scale cyber-attacks.
Nigeria to get help from Europe for renewable energy
NigeriaJuly 5, 2013 ET
The European Commission announced €27 million of financial support to help improve the renewable energy policy in Nigeria.
Japan doesn't want China's drilling rig
China drilling rigJuly 4, 2013 ET
Japan and China are in a constant dispute over the islands in the East China Sea and now another issue came to daylight: a drilling rig.
Iran gave state of the art medical device to Russia
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Vladimir PutinJuly 4, 2013 ET
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has presented an advanced Iranian-made surgical navigation device to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Egypt's President Morsi ousted in coup
EgyptJuly 3, 2013 ET
Egypt's army has ousted the country's first democratically elected president Mohammed Morsi. He was replaced with the chief justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court, called for a presidential election, and suspended the constitution.

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