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This story about Serbia and Kosovo was published by EurActiv on 10th September 2010. EU hopeful Serbia yesterday (9 September) supported in the UN a compromise resolution on Kosovo fine-tuned by European Union diplomats, dropping its earlier demands to reopen talks on the status of its former province. BETA, EurActiv’s partner in Serbia, contributed to… » read more

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This story about French accusations of Romania dumping its Roma was published by EurActiv on 1st September 2010. Romania should not interpret freedom of movement in the EU as a right to get rid of its Roma at the expense of other countries, Pierre Lellouche, the French state secretary for European affairs, told the press… » read more

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This story about the EU Kosovo mission corruption crackdown was published by EurActiv on 30th July 2010. EULEX, the EU’s law enforcement mission in Kosovo, has carried out a string of high-profile arrests leading to charges against government officials in the former Serbian province, which declared its independence in 2008. Kosovo’s Special Prosecutor’s Office yesterday… » read more

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This story about Icelandic EU accession talks was published by EurActiv on 27th July 2010. Just one year after crisis-hit Iceland submitted its application to join the European Union, the bloc’s foreign ministers yesterday decided that the Nordic country should start accession talks today (27 July). In contrast with other EU hopefuls, some of which… » read more

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This story about the aims of the Belgian presidency on EU enlargement policy was published on 23rd June 2010 by EurActiv. The upcoming Belgian EU Presidency has not specifically cited enlargement among its top priorities but is widely expected to help Croatia and Iceland reach important milestones in their accession bids over the next six… » read more

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This story about Turkey’s accession bid to join the EU was published by EurActiv on 8th April. With Turkey as a member, the European Union would become “the most important peace project in world history,” Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an claimed during an official visit to France yesterday (7 April). EurActiv France and EurActiv… » read more

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