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Omupresitend gwa America Joe Biden okwa kondema iiponokela yoo missile dha Russia mbyoka ya dhipaga aantu 38 mo Ukraine

Omupresitend gwa America Joe Biden okwa kondema iiponokela yoo missile dha Russia mbyoka ya dhipaga aantu 38 mo Ukraine,tati oshili ondhimbulukitho yomiyonena dha Russia,sho uuvaneke ta nkondopeke okwiipopila kwa Ukraine komewangandjo. Aantu ya thika 190 oyeehamekwa moshilongo ashihe,mwa kwatelwa yamwe koshipangelo shaanona mo Kyiv ohela. iiponokela oyeya sho Biden tiilongekidhile okuunganeka omutumba go NATO mo Washington nena. Aaleli okuza miilyolongo 32 mo NATO ,iilongo iikume,no EU oyeli metyapulo lyo NATO […]

todayJuly 9, 2024 9


EU fines fragrance firm 15.9 mn euros for ‘deleting WhatsApp messages’

      The EU today handed US giant International Flavors & Fragrances a 15.9-million-euro ($17.1-million) fine for obstructing a major cartel probe after an employee deleted WhatsApp messages. Brussels antitrust regulators raided several companies across Europe including IFF last year over suspicions the fragrance firms were colluding to fix prices. The European Commission, the EU's antitrust regulator, said during those inspections it sought to review the phones of some […]

todayJune 24, 2024 9


EU migration policy is getting tougher: the 3 new tactics used to keep African migrants out

        By Chris Changwe Nshimbi, University of Pretoria and Inocent Moyo, University of Zululand     Nearly a decade has passed since migration to Europe from Africa and the Middle East reached a peak in 2015, referred to as the year of the “migrant crisis”. Over a million people from Africa and the Middle East applied for asylum in the European Union (EU). Since then, numbers have […]

todayJune 11, 2024 12


EU parliament election sees shaken centre hold – but far right now has chances to show its strength

        By Amelia Hadfield, University of Surrey     After the four-day, 27-state democratic marathon that is the European parliamentary election, a picture has emerged of a fragile centre just holding amid a shift to the right that carries a significant potential to shape the near future of the EU, despite having fallen short of producing the earthquake some predicted. The big shock came in France, with […]

todayJune 10, 2024 10


Emigration: The hidden catalyst behind the rise of the radical right in Europe’s depopulating regions

Smaller towns and villages in Sweden have suffered economically as a result of out-migration. Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP via Getty Images     By Rafaela Dancygier, Princeton University and David Laitin, Stanford University     Earlier this spring, the European Parliament voted to overhaul its immigration policy to more evenly distribute responsibility among member states for managing the arrival of migrants and asylum-seekers. Lurking in the details of the agreement, however, are provisions […]

todayJune 7, 2024 8


We polled EU citizens on what they want asylum policy to look like – their answers may surprise you

Asylum seekers arriving on the Greek island Lesvos in 2015. Nicolas Economou/Shutterstock     By Natalia Letki, University of Warsaw; Dawid Walentek, Ghent University; Peter Thisted Dinesen, University of Copenhagen, and Ulf Liebe, University of Warwick     The issues of migration and asylum are contentious in Europe, and have caused deep rifts among EU member states for years. These topics are fully on the agenda for the 2024 EU elections. […]

todayJune 6, 2024 11