Monday

27th Feb 2017

Ticker

EU police college moves to Budapest

The EU police college (Cepol), an agency promoting cross-border police cooperation and training, will be moved to Budapest from September, EU finance ministers decided Tuesday. Cepol was established in the British town of Bramshill in 2005, but the UK government in March said it could no longer host it.

Agenda

EU tackles CO2 threat This WEEK

EU states will haggle over the reform of a carbon trade system, while MEPs vote on overhauling EU car emissions oversight.

Column / Health Matters

The yin and yang of Chinese medicine

Can traditional Chinese medicine help the modern European patient? Malta thinks so, in a new agreement with China.

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