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Articles from European Report (July 20, 2005)

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22 MEMBERS OF EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL'S SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL ANNOUNCED. Brief Article 198
COMMISSION LAUNCHES FOUR-YEAR CAMPAIGN TO RAISE PUBLIC AWARENESS ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY. Brief Article 237
COMMISSION MONITORS PROGRESS WITH BIOTECHNOLOGICAL INVENTIONS. 400
COMMISSION TURNS DOWN FRENCH REQUEST TO RE-OPEN ANCHOVY FISHING IN BAY OF BISCAY. Brief Article 154
CONSUMER GOODS: CONDITIONAL GO-AHEAD FOR GILLETTE/PROCTER & GAMBLE MERGER. 557
COUNCIL AGREES TO PRESS AHEAD WITH ACEH PEACE MISSION. Brief Article 281
COUNCIL APPROVES NEW PAY AND EXPENSES REGIME FOR MEPS. Brief Article 271
COUNCIL BACKS AGREEMENT ON CANADA ON AIRLINE PASSENGERS' PERSONAL DETAILS. Brief Article 218
COUNCIL PLEDGES CIVILIAN-MILITARY BACK-UP TO AU DARFUR MISSION. Brief Article 232
DEADLINE FOR APPLYING FOR VICTIM SUPPORT AID EXTENDED AFTER LONDON TERRORIST ATTACKS. Brief Article 122
DUTCH CALL FOR CLEARER POULTRY LABELLING. Brief Article 160
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE ADDS VOICE TO WORK ON EU'S COMMUNICATION STRATEGY. 101
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: SITUATION SET TO PICK UP IN SECOND HALF OF 2005. 406
EIB LOAN FOR BUDAPEST METRO AND WATER PURIFICATION PLANT. Brief Article 140
EIB LOAN FOR PROJECTS IN LATIN AMERICA. Brief Article 111
EIB LOAN FOR REGIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IN MORAVIA-SILESIA. Brief Article 104
EMU: PORTUGAL TO BE GIVEN THREE YEARS TO CORRECT ITS EXCESSIVE DEFICIT. Brief Article 331
ENERGY: COUNCIL FORMALLY ADOPTS GAS REGULATION. Brief Article 190
ENLARGEMENT: PROBLEMS FOR TURKEY AS FOREIGN MINISTERS MEET. 730
ENVIRONMENT: BID TO REDUCE IMPACT OF AVIATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE. 1126
ENVIRONMENT: COMMISSION DEBATE ON FUTURE ENVIRONMENT POLICY. 650
EU CONSTITUTION: VOGGENHUBER AND DUFF TO DRAW UP EP'S VIEW OF FUTURE OF EUROPE. 810
EU COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CRITICISES LACK OF PROGRESS IN ZIMBABWE. Brief Article 191
EU LENDS IAEA FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR PREVENTING NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION. Brief Article 140
EU MINISTERS MAINTAIN THREATS OVER VIOLENCE IN UZBEKISTAN. Brief Article 175
EU MINISTERS PLEDGE TO BUILD CAPACITY OF THIRD COUNTRIES TO FIGHT TERRORISM. Brief Article 125
EU SETS DUMPING DUTIES OF UP TO 56.4% ON BARIUM COMPOUND IMPORTS FROM CHINA. Brief Article 105
EU/CHINA: BID TO OFFER TRADE CONCESSION FOR SEPTEMBER SUMMIT. Brief Article 250
EU/EASTERN EUROPE: BUSINLACK OF EU KNOWLEDGE, TRADE BARRIERSESS SURVEY POINTS TO . Brief Article 285
EU/INDIA: LEADERS TO LAUNCH ACTION PLAN AT DELHI SUMMIT. Brief Article 266
EU/IRAN: EU EXPECTED TO OFFER NUCLEAR FUEL SUPPLY GUARANTEES. 394
EU/KAZAKHSTAN: UNION PRESSES ASTANA ON AVIATION, OSCE STANDARDS. 359
EU/MIDDLE-EAST: MINISTERS CONCERNED OVER MOUNTING TENSION. 556
EU/ROMANIA: FOREIGN MINISTER SAYS GOVERNMENT RESIGNATION WON'T AFFECT MEMBERSHIP PLANS. 397
EU/WTO: FRANCE SEEKS NEW DIRECTION FOR DOHA TALKS. 362
EUROCHAMBRES SLAMS ABSENCE OF PROGRESS ON SOFTWARE PATENTS. Brief Article 140
EUROPEAN DIARY: UPCOMING CONFERENCES. 456
EUROPEAN FISHERIES SECTOR THROTTLED BY DIESEL PRICES. Brief Article 275
EUROPEAN UNION: LATEST OPINION POLL MAKES GRIM READING FOR PRO-EUROPEANS. 1152
EXTERNAL RELATIONS IN BRIEF. 621
FARM COUNCIL: STRONG OPPOSITION TO SUGAR REFORM PLANS AS BEET FARMERS STAGE HUGE PROTEST. 678
FINANCIAL SERVICES: COMMISSION LAUNCHES CONSULTATION ON MORTGAGE MARKET. 588
FRANCE AND SPAIN ACCUSED OF INFRINGING EU RULES ON MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF QUALIFICATIONS. Brief Article 114
FYROM'S FUTURE LIES WITHIN EU, SAYS STABILISATION AND ASSOCIATION COUNCIL. Brief Article 125
HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK AGENCY FORGES TRANSATLANTIC TIES. Brief Article 281
INFLATION STICKS AT 2% IN EU BUT RISING IN EURO-ZONE. Brief Article 101
INVESTMENT SERVICES: TIME TO RESPOND TO FOURTH MIFID WORKING DOCUMENT. Brief Article 250
ITALY REQUESTS CRISIS DISTILLATION FOR 6 BILLION LITRES OF WINE. Brief Article 286
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: EU ARREST WARRANT ANNULLED IN GERMANY. 937
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: FOREIGN RESEARCHERS TO GET MORE FLEXIBLE VISAS FASTER. 345
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: MORE HOT PURSUIT AND CROSS-BORDER SURVEILLANCE PROPOSED BY COMMISSION. 496
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: TIGHTER CONTROLS ON EXPLOSIVES AND FIREARMS FLAGGED UP. 365
KYPRIANOU PRESENTS BROILER HEN WELFARE PROPOSAL TO MINISTERS. Brief Article 144
NEW DUMPING DUTIES IMPOSED ON BICYCLE IMPORTS FROM CHINA AND VIETNAM. 301
PAI PARTNERS GETS GREEN LIGHT TO TAKE OVER DANISH FOOD INGREDIENTS GROUP CHR. HANSEN. Brief Article 186
PHARMACEUTICALS: SOLVAY CLEARED TO COMPLETE FOURNIER TAKEOVER. Brief Article 174
PUBLIC HEALTH: LINK BETWEEN SEX DISCRIMINATION AND HEALTH SYSTEMS EXAMINED. Brief Article 323
RAIL TRANSPORT: DIRECTIVE ON TRAIN DRIVERS' WORKING HOURS PROVOKES CONCERNS. 700
REACH: PARLIAMENT'S RAPPORTEUR DENOUNCES INDUSTRY'S SHORT-SIGHTEDNESS. 923
RESEARCH: COST REFORM ON THE RIGHT TRACK. 370
RURAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY PRESENTED TO EU FARM MINISTERS. Brief Article 259
SINGLE MARKET: MEMBER STATES IMPROVE EU LAW IMPLEMENTATION RECORD. Brief Article 310
SIX MEMBER STATES CHASED BY COMMISSION FOR FLOUTING EU LAW ON PUBLIC PROCUREMENT. 196
SOLANA PLEDGES MOLDOVA-UKRAINE BORDER SUPPORT. Brief Article 305
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: FINLAND CLEARED OVER INTERNATIONAL CALL CHARGES. 437
THE MEDIUM IS NOT THE MESSAGE. 393
VOCATIONAL TRAINING: EU GRANTS EURO 86 MILLION TO DA VINCI PROGRAMME. Brief Article 295

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