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Articles from European Report (May 29, 2004)

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AGRICULTURE: EU BEEF DEMAND OUTSTRIPS SUPPLY FOR FIRST TIME IN 25 YEARS. Brief Article 288
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL URGES MORE EU ACTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS. Brief Article 326
ANNA BURYLO'S CAMPAIGN DIARY. 820
AUDIOVISUAL COUNCIL: COUNCIL SPLIT ON TELEVISION WITHOUT FRONTIERS DIRECTIVE. 616
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY NEXT IN LINE FOR A CHECK-UP. Brief Article 260
BAN ON COD FISHING IN BALTIC SEA CUT TO TWO MONTHS. Brief Article 179
BIOTECHNOLOGY: CONTRASTING REACTIONS TO AUTHORISATION FOR BT11 TRANSGENIC MAIZE. 888
BIOTECHNOLOGY: NGOS SUBMIT DOSSIER TO WTO IN DISPUTE OVER GM-FOOD. 502
CIBA SPECIALTY CHEMICALS GETS GREEN LIGHT TO ACQUIRE RAISIO CHEMICALS. Brief Article 170
COMMISSION APPROVES REPORT ADVOCATING RISE IN ALCOHOL EXCISE DUTIES. Brief Article 181
COMMISSION LAUNCHES NEW INTERNET SITE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. Brief Article 125
COMMISSION LAUNCHES WORLD'S LEADINNG PRION RESEARCH NETWORK. Brief Article 201
COMMISSION PROPOSES MEASURES TO LIMIT RISKS OF TERRORIST ATTACK ON FERRIES. Brief Article 186
COMPETITION: COMMISSION FINES TOPPS FOR BARRING IMPORTS OF POKEMON STICKERS/CARDS. Brief Article 171
CULTURE COUNCIL: EUROPEAN CULTURE CAPITAL INITIATIVE MAKES ROOM FOR ENLARGEMENT. 349
CULTURE: CULTURAL WORK REPRESENTS 2.5% OF TOTAL EU EMPLOYMENT. 553
DEFENCE: COMMISSION GIVES GREEN LIGHT TO GENERAL DYNAMICS' ACQUISITION OF ALVIS. Brief Article 188
DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: BONO TO JOIN DUBLIN TALKS ON DEBT RELIEF. 1148
DEVELOPMENT: TRADE ALONE NOT ENOUGH TO DEFEAT POVERTY, SAYS UNCTAD. 295
EDUCATION COUNCIL: MINISTERS AGREE ON BROAD RANGE OF ISSUES. 520
EDUCATION COUNCIL: MINISTERS BACK EUROPASS PROPOSAL. Brief Article 218
EIB FUNDING FOR RESURFACING E411 AND E25 MOTORWAYS IN BELGIUM. Brief Article 163
ENERGY: LOYOLA DE PALACIO CHAMPIONS RENEWABLES. 1121
ENLARGEMENT: GRANTS PROGRAMME FOR 2004 OUTLINED. 415
ENVIRONMENT: COMMISSION GEARS UP FOR FOURTH EDITION OF GREEN WEEK. Brief Article 275
EU CALLS FOR STRONGER RESOLVE FROM SYRIA IN FIGHT AGAINST WMD. Brief Article 303
EU COUNCIL OF MINISTERS. Brief Article 114
EU/ARGENTINA: EURO 40 MILLION STRATEGY REVISED. 333
EU/BELARUS: OPPOSITION LEADERS PAY PRE-ELECTION VISIT TO BRUSSELS. 783
EU/BULGARIA/ROMANIA: SOFIA EYES MID-JUNE CONCLUSION OF ACCESSION TALKS. 419
EU/UNITED STATES PASSENGER RECORD TRANSFER AGREEMENT OFFICIALLY SIGNED. Brief Article 121
EURO 2.5 MILLION FOR DISASTER PREPAREDNESS IN CENTRAL ASIA CLEARED. Brief Article 153
EURO-ZONE INFLATION HITS 2.5% IN MAY. Brief Article 127
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: MEASURES TAKEN TO TACKLE LOOMING EU TRANSLATION CRISIS. 359
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE. 301
EUROPEAN ELECTIONS SPECIAL: BATTLING BAVARIAN SCARE STORIES. 910
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: VOTERS LUKEWARM ABOUT EUROPEAN ELECTIONS. Brief Article 282
EXTENSION OF EU/ARMENIA PCA TO NEW MEMBER STATES SIGNED. Brief Article 155
FINANCE COUNCIL: SAVINGS TAXATION AND STABILITY PACT ON THE AGENDA FOR JUNE 1-2. Brief Article 310
FOOD SUPPLEMENTS: VITAMIN C MAY BE OF LOW ACUTE TOXICITY. Brief Article 254
FREDERIQUE RIES: THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IS "MY FAVOURITE ENVIRONMENT". 938
HUMAN RIGHTS: EXPERT GROUP SLAMS EU'S "STEP BACK" ON STANCE WITH THIRD COUNTRIES. 658
INLAND WATER: COMMISSION IN BID TO HARMONISE INFORMATION SERVICES. Brief Article 235
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: COMMISSION APPROVES EURO 36 MILLION IN SUBSIDIES FOR 2004. 726
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: EUROJUST SAYS IT IS UNDER EXPLOITED. 782
MACEDONIAN POLICE MISSION PROXIMA NEARS FULL STRENGTH. Brief Article 161
NEW BID FOR SOCIAL EDGE TO TRADE. 317
NEW EU FISHING FUND PROPOSAL DUE OUT IN JULY. 369
NO VOTE FOR EUROPE. 365
OIL MARKETS: IMPACT OF OIL PRICE RISE ON GDP ESTIMATED AT 0.2%. 749
OLAF HELPS SMASH EURO 30 MILLION ITALIAN CIGARETTE SMUGGLING SCAM. Brief Article 130
REGIONAL POLICY: REVAMP OF EU SOLIDARITY FUND IN THE PIPELINE. 448
REGIONS STRESS THE IMPORTANCE OF TERRITORIAL COHESION. 355
RESEARCH: PLANS FOR DECOMMISSIONING EU NUCLEAR PLANTS UNDER WAY. 819
RYANAIR APPEALS AGAINST COMMISSION STATE AID RULING. Brief Article 293
SOCIAL POLICY & HEALTH COUNCIL: EMPLOYMENT, GENDER EQUALITY AND HEALTH DOMINATE. 2169
SOCIAL POLICY: RISE OF RIGHT-WING POPULISM MAY BE LINKED TO DETERIORATING WORKING CONDITIONS. 531
STATE AID: MONTI APPROVES ALSTOM BAIL-OUT IN RETURN FOR PHASING OUT STATE INVOLVEMENT. Brief Article 256
TRICKY ENDORSEMENT OF COMMISSION STRATEGY FOR BOOSTING OUTERMOST REGIONS. Brief Article 295
YOUTH COUNCIL: MINISTERS PUSH FORWARD EU YOUTH POLICY. Brief Article 234

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