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Juncker appears to MEPs by "Lux leaks"

13/11/2014 - The Commission Chairman Jean-Claude Juncker speaks in Parliament about tax agreements with multinational companies. He claims to be sought European solutions.
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Child malnutrition in the EU

12/11/2014 - While MEPs discuss development plans and child malnutrition, data exchange laws are back on the table and the Parliament welcomes the European Blind Union.
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Rosetta: Missión Preview

11/11/2014 - Find out what is the role envisaged that the Rosetta comet made thousands of miles away from our planet. The descubirimientos to be drawn from this study can be fully relevant to the development of mankind.
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When the Berlin Wall fell

11/11/2014 - Looking back to one of the most historic events in contemporary Europe, through the experience of two Germans and a French president.
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A 30-year struggle for the equality of women

05/11/2014 - It's been a long road and slow progress for the Committee on Women's Rights of Parliament, but his fight against inequality and violence against women is still active.
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Anti Islamic State: the Council for consideration

05/11/2014 - An Iraqi Kurdish leader calls on the EU to provide heavy weapons to fight the US. MEPs discussed the last summit Council Herman Van Rompuy.
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The British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking visits Tenerife

14/09/2014 -   The British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has said on Saturday that his entire life has been trying to understand the universe, but "right now I do not know why it still exists." Hawking, who arrived mid-morning to Tenerife aboard the Oceana cruise from England to participate in the Festival Starmus, thanked everyone who made ​​it possible is in the Canary Islands. In a welcoming ceremony that took place in the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the scientist, who due to neurodegenerative disease suffering requires an automated voice system to communicate, he has shown excited about his upcoming participation in the Festival Starmus. In this event, to be held within the next 22 to 27 and turn the island into the global epicenter of astrophysics, Hawking has advanced to talk of black holes and other recent discoveries. Accompanied by one of his assistants, who has ensured that as comfortable as possible in his wheelchair, the famed scientist has left the port capital of Tenerife in a van heading south of the island, where you will stay. The organizer of the festival, the astronomer Garik Israelian, said that one of the highlights of the event will be the conference that Hawking offer on 16 September at the Magma Centre in Adeje, where he will speak about the origin of the universe. This is a talk in which you do not know exactly what to say Hawking, who will discuss the effect of the Higgs boson in new models of cosmology, detailed Starmus Festival organizer. He also taught the next September 27 another conference, which will discuss black holes, in the Auditorium of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, whose 400 entries are all sold within hours. The British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has said on Saturday that his entire life has been trying to understand the universe, but "right now I do not know why it still exists." Hawking, who arrived mid-morning to Tenerife aboard the Oceana cruise from England to participate in the Festival Starmus, thanked everyone who made ​​it possible is in the Canary Islands. In a welcoming ceremony that took place in the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the scientist, who due to neurodegenerative disease suffering requires an automated voice system to communicate, he has shown excited about his upcoming participation in the Festival Starmus. In this event, to be held within the next 22 to 27 and turn the island into the global epicenter of astrophysics, Hawking has advanced to talk of black holes and other recent discoveries. Accompanied by one of his assistants, who has ensured that as comfortable as possible in his wheelchair, the famed scientist has left the port capital of Tenerife in a van heading south of the island, where you will stay. The organizer of the festival, the astronomer Garik Israelian, said that one of the highlights of the event will be the conference that Hawking offer on 16 September at the Magma Centre in Adeje, where he will speak about the origin of the universe. This is a talk in which you do not know exactly what to say Hawking, who will discuss the effect of the Higgs boson in new models of cosmology, detailed Starmus Festival organizer. He also taught the next September 27 another conference, which will discuss black holes, in the Auditorium of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, whose 400 entries are all sold within hours.
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Switzerland. Paleo Music Festival. Part 1. 22/7/2014

23/07/2014 - Over 230,000 spectators are gearing up for six days and six nights of festivities at the biggest open-air festival in Switzerland, which kicks-off on Tuesday 22nd of July. Elton John, Stromae, The Black Keys, James Blunt, M.I.A, the Prodigy, Placebo, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Woodkid and Vanessa Paradis are just some of the big names that will entertain more than 230,000 festival gurus from 22nd-27th of July at the 39th Paleo Music Festival in Nyon, Switzerland.
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Switzerland. Paleo Music Festival. Part 2. 22/7/2014

23/07/2014 - Over 230,000 spectators are gearing up for six days and six nights of festivities at the biggest open-air festival in Switzerland, which kicks-off on Tuesday 22nd of July. Elton John, Stromae, The Black Keys, James Blunt, M.I.A, the Prodigy, Placebo, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Woodkid and Vanessa Paradis are just some of the big names that will entertain more than 230,000 festival gurus from 22nd-27th of July at the 39th Paleo Music Festival in Nyon, Switzerland.
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Switzerland. Paleo Music Festival. Part 3. 22/7/2014

23/07/2014 - Over 230,000 spectators are gearing up for six days and six nights of festivities at the biggest open-air festival in Switzerland, which kicks-off on Tuesday 22nd of July. Elton John, Stromae, The Black Keys, James Blunt, M.I.A, the Prodigy, Placebo, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Woodkid and Vanessa Paradis are just some of the big names that will entertain more than 230,000 festival gurus from 22nd-27th of July at the 39th Paleo Music Festival in Nyon, Switzerland.
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Eurovision. Evening presentation

06/05/2014 - The LIX Festival Song Contest held in Copenhagen (Denmark) on 6, 8 and May 10, 2014, after the Danish Forest Emmelie was boosted with the win with the theme "Only Teardrops" in editing , 2013. The event takes place in the B & W Hallerne, a former shipyard turned into a concert hall, located on the island of Refshaleøen. This edition includes the participation of 37 countries, including Spain, which is involved with Dancing in the Rain, a mean time composed and performed by Ruth Lorenzo, not well known in Spain but in other parts of Europe, as participated in the X British-Factor in 2008. Eurovision spent years making two semi-finals, due to the large number of participating countries. The grand finale is Saturday 10 wherein Ruth Lorenzo, qualify automatically belong to called "Big5" group of countries that invest more money in the Eurovision acts.
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Spain. Interview with Mariano Rajoy. 05/06/2014

06/05/2014 - "Currently have to tell people that there is a clear horizon for the future". The Prime Minister , Mariano Rajoy, has insisted in an interview with Cadena Ser that the trend has changed but still the data are totally inadequate. However, the president reiterated in relation to its new economic forecast that " we must be realistic and balanced" and "can not be a foolish optimist, but one can not have a sad approach because it is outside the actually at this time. "According to their forecast, "at the end of 2015, when the term ends, there will be less unemployment than it had at the end of 201". In his opinion , after a dismal 2012, in 2013 "began to see something ", in 2014 "there will be economic growth and job creation" and 2015 "will be even better". "We have to go to more" he insisted, because things "start to go better". The president has admitted that most of the jobs created are "temporary" and this worries him. He insisted that "things are not easy" but he stressed that the Government has approved the flat fee of $ 100 to Social Security for new permanent contracts to temporary halt. Regarding Catalonia, Rajoy insisted that the query is not done and was convinced that the problem can be solved with "common sense". The president has refused to "anticipate events " and has said that he is not opposed to reform the constitution, but has said that the key is what you want to do.
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