Chile pulls plug on crucial climate summit

By |oktober 31st, 2019|Chile, COP25, Jair Bolsonaro, News, Paris Agreement|

Chile will not host the UN’s annual climate summit planned in December, President Sebastian Piñera announced on Wednesday (30 October) as civil unrest continues to wrack the South American nation.

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Latin America lagging behind on women’s rights

By |februar 19th, 2018|Abortion, Bodil Valero, Chile, El Salvador, EUROLAT, femicide, Latin America, News, Nicaragua, Ramón Jáuregui, violence against women and girls|

Imprisoned for having an abortion, forced to keep a child born out of rape, pushed to commit suicide, women pay a heavy price in Latin America, where several countries’ legislation greatly restricts abortion. EURACTIV’s partner Euroefe reports.

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EU-Japan free trade deal still pencilled in for end of 2017

By |november 21st, 2017|Cecilia Malmström, CETA, Chile, Donald Tusk, EU-Japan, Japan, Jean-Claude Juncker, News|

EU trade chief Cecilia Malmström on Friday (17 November) reconfirmed that her team wants to wrap up an agreement with Japan before the end of the year.

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EU governments agree to review Chile trade deal

By |november 13th, 2017|Chile, EU-Chile, European Parliament, Mercosur, News|

EU governments agreed on Monday (13 November) to update the EU-Chile Association Agreement, with a first round of talks pencilled in for 16 November.

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Trans-Europe Express: Is Sánchez a man with a plan?

By |junij 23rd, 2017|Albert Rivera, Beppe Grillo, Bernie Sanders, Bulgaria, Chile, Emmanuel Macron, France, George Soros, Greece, Heather Grabbe, Hungary, Italy, Jeremy Corbyn, Macedonia, Mariano Rajoy, migrants, News, Paolo Gentiloni, Pedro Sanchez, PSOE, Refugees, Serbia, Slovakia, Socialism, Spain, Susana Díaz, Tibor Navracsics, Trans-Europe Express, Turkey, Zoltán Kovács, Zoran Zaev|

Last month, Pedro Sánchez brought a new and unexpected result to the European ballot box. Sánchez returned to his post as secretary general of Spain’s Socialist Party (PSOE) after a bitter campaign against Susana Díaz, the powerful president of Andalucía who was supported by the barons of the party.

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