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TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2014-05-15

France 24's caravan heads to Spain

A former industrial city, Bilbao is now bustling with tourists and its unemployment rate is almost half as low as Spain's average, thanks partly to large investments in culture. But while the Guggenheim museum is a success story, many fear Spain's recent recession and the government's austerity programme are jeopardising the survival of old Basque cultural traditions in the city. And Miguel Angel Mata, Business Editor with El Diario Vasco, gives us his view on the European elections.

Report by Claire Williams, Alix Le Bourdon and Donia Nouar

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2014-12-13 European Commission

Tibor Navracsics, EU Commissioner for education, culture, youth and sport

Like all EU Commissioners, Hungary's Tibor Navracsics was grilled by the European Parliament, where he faced tough questions over his background as an ally of the controversial...

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2014-12-13 Google

Should the EU break up digital giants?

MEPs recently backed a resolution calling on the European Commission to ensure fair competition on the internet. It suggests that monopolistic search engines should be split up...

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2014-12-06 Jean-Claude Juncker

Juncker's €315 billion plan: A sound investment or wishful thinking?

On November 26th, Jean-Claude Juncker presented a €315 billion plan to "kick-start" Europe’s ailing economy. The new president of the European Commission believes the plan could...

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2014-12-06 energy

Maros Sefcovic, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Energy Union

The construction of an energy union is one of Europe’s top priorities for the next five years. The hope is that this will address two of the EU’s biggest weaknesses: its...

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2014-11-29 counter-terrorism

Gilles de Kerchove, EU counter-terrorism coordinator

Gilles de Kerchove, the EU's counter-terrorism coordinator, speaks to FRANCE 24. He wants to choke terrorism networks by reducing their online presence. He is outraged that the...

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