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Europe in brief
Our EU Digest sums up the European coverage of the participating news agencies in the European Newsroom. In their best of stories, all agencies give an overview of the predominating topics of the week. Looking at their countries, the participating agencies shed light on how EU politics are perceived there. Thus, each individual digest gives a country-specific perspective on EU politics. Taken all together, they provide a truly pan-European picture.

Every enr agency selects their top stories of the week, based on their EU coverage. To read any of the compilations, please select the respective language from the menu. For more EU news, please contact the agencies.

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Europe in brief: European leaders set to meet in Prague, EU agrees windfall tax on energy companies, protests in Bratislava against Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian territories

Europe in brief: European leaders set to meet in Prague, EU agrees windfall tax on energy companies, protests in Bratislava against Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian territories

Fears of high energy bills for households have led EU energy ministers to agree on windfall levies on energy companies. Later this week two strategic summits will take place in Prague: the first will be held together with 17 non-EU nations, followed by an informal summit to discuss the war in Ukraine.

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Europe in brief: Nord Stream leaks, EU warns, Moscow denies suspicions

Europe in brief: Nord Stream leaks, EU warns, Moscow denies suspicions

EU warns concerning the Nord Stream leaks, Moscow denies suspicions. – Belgium and 14 other EU countries push for a proposal for a general gas price cap. What else was important this week: More than 77 percent of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) citizens want membership in the EU.

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Europe in brief: Italy’s election results, energy partnership between Germany and the United Arab Emirates and EU works on joint handling of Russian fugitives

Europe in brief: Italy’s election results, energy partnership between Germany and the United Arab Emirates and EU works on joint handling of Russian fugitives

Europe reacts to the Italian election outcome. Amid the energy crisis, Germany is expected to receive its first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United Arab Emirates by the end of 2022. Further news: The parliament of the Republic of North Macedonia continues discussions on the energy crisis and the EU works on joint handling of Russian fugitives.

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