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This site allows you to follow EbS programmes live or on demand for up to 7 days following the original transmission in all the languages available at the time of the broadcast. The schedule provides continually updated information and covers a 3 week period (previous, current and following weeks). The details provided include the time and title of the event as well as the availability of interpretation into other languages. Where appropriate there will also be a shot list, press documentation, relevant internet links and photographic coverage.

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Fri 16/09
European Commission - Upcoming events The news: On Thursday 29 September 2016, the European Commission will adopt its monthly infringements package. These decisions seek to enforce EU law across Europe so that citizens and businesses can benefit fully from the internal market.
Fri 23/09
European Commission - Upcoming events The news: More than 750 European researchers, investors and policy makers will gather in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 28 and 29 September for the 2016 Digital Assembly (#DA16eu) to discuss the creation of a Digital Single Market in the EU.
Wed 28/09
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 28 September 2016 The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess, under the EU Merger Regulation, whether the proposed merger between Deutsche Börse AG (DB) and London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) would reduce competition in several financial market infrastructure areas.
Wed 28/09
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 28 September 2016 The European Commission has found that a Polish scheme supporting high-efficiency co-generators of heat and power is state aid but complies with EU state aid rules since it furthers efficient energy production.The scheme will run until 2018 with an annual budget...
Wed 28/09
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 28 September 2016 Today, the European Commission signed two direct grants worth €600 million to support Syrian refugees and host communities in Turkey in the areas of education and health.
Wed 28/09
European - Press release Commission Brussels, 28 September 2016 Commission proposal for improved export controls would modernise and simplify system to respond to new risks. Today, the European Commission proposes to strengthen controls on exports of certain goods and technologies that – in addition to legitimate civilian applications – may...
Wed 28/09
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 28 September 2016 The Commission is today reporting on the progress made on the EU's relocation and resettlement schemes and the implementation of the EU-Turkey Statement. At the same time, it is outlining the steps still needed to be taken by Greece in view...
Wed 28/09
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 28 September 2016 The European Commission is today proposing a mandatory Transparency Register covering all three EU institutions – the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission - delivering on a key transparency commitment of the Juncker Commission.
Wed 28/09
European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 28 September 2016 What has the Commission adopted today? The Commission has today adopted a report evaluating the implementation of the Council Recommendation of 12 May 2016, which allowed five countries (Schengen Member States Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway) to continue carrying out...
Wed 28/09
European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 28 September 2016 On 18 March 2016, EU Heads of State or Government and Turkey agreed to end the irregular migration from Turkey to the EU and replace it instead with legal channels of resettlement of refugees to the European Union.

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