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The sinking of the oil tanker "Erika" off the French coast in 1999 is known as one of France's worst environmental catastrophes. Following the disaster, the E.U established the European Maritime Safety Agency which operates the vessel traffic monitoring system, SafeSeaNet. How does it protect us?
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Lars Findsen is accused of leaking state secrets to several people, including some journalists.
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"Our army must become the pillar of conventional defence in Europe, the best equipped armed force in Europe," Olaf Scholz said.
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Thousands of people in Haiti's capital and other major cities organized new protests on Wednesday to demand safer streets.
French backpacker missing in Egypt for a year returns to Paris
The backpacker's family speculated that he might have been detained by Egyptian security services.
FBI looked for 'nuclear arms documents' at Trump home, says newspaper
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Two per cent defence spending is the new gospel in Europe. But not everyone is living up to their professed ideals.
Prince Harry can take newspaper defamation case to trial, rules judge
Some of the newspaper's article about Harry's bid for UK police protection was defamatory, the court ruled.
Like NATO, the EU has a mutual defence clause but trust appears low
Article 42.7 is the EU's mutual defence clause yet Sweden and Finland still opted to join NATO.
Relief for some, alarm from other as El Salvador rounds up 'gangsters'
President Nayib Bukele's "war on gangs" in El Salvador is now in its first month after a crime wave that left 87 people dead last month, with more than 18,000 people arrested under a state of emergency.
Hungary could lose out as EU moves to link cash to rule of law respect
European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen told MEPs that Brussels and Budapest have been unable to find common ground over corruption issues in Hungary.
Ukraine demand for security guarantees 'unrealistic and unenforceable'
Ukrainian peace negotiators say Kyiv might accept neutrality if there is an international agreement with western countries providing binding security guarantees.
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The EU must replace the US as a security provider in Europe
America wants out. Russia wants in. Europe must be ready to protect itself.
Irish foreign minister moved from Belfast event over security alert
Local media have reported that a van had been hijacked and the driver was forced at gunpoint to drive to the Houben Centre where Coveney was speaking.
What is the 'strategic compass' and what does it mean for EU defence?
It has its weaknesses but shows the EU is carving itself a greater geopolitical role.
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"The response to the Russian attack on Ukraine is a live test of European sovereignty and our ability to protect the European way of life."
How is Europe preparing for cyberattacks?
Contingency plans are being drawn up and scenarios tested to see how Europe could withstand any cyberattacks amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
How the Kobe earthquake could change the way we fight wildfires
Global Japan looks at how a new eco-friendly fire-fighting foam, could be a global game-changer.
EU parliament to investigate use of NSO Group's Pegasus spyware
The European Parliament is setting up a rare committee of inquiry into the Pegasus spyware scandal.
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What is the EU’s new space plan and why does it matter?
Brussels wants to secure its own security and independence through its own constellation of satellites used for communications.
Can we trust crypto technology after the Wormhole bridge hack?
The second-largest decentralised finance (DeFi) hack occurred this week in an attack that swiped $320 million (€279 million), or 120,000 Ether.
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EU counter-terrorism chief warns on new technologies
Euronews interviews Ilkka Salmi, the EU's counter-terrorism coordinator.
Former head of Danish intelligence accused of leaking secrets
Lars Findsen was arrested in December alongside three other current or former employees at Denmark's intelligence services.
Europe's week: Macron's mission and Ukraine-Russia tensions continue
The French President said he wants to 'piss off' the unvaccinated till the 'bitter end', while an EU foreign policy chief visited Ukraine's Donbas region for the first time since the conflict began.
Four arrested over alleged leak of 'highly classified information'
The suspects are all current or former employees at Denmark's two intelligence services.