12 December 2019


#EuropeanGreenDeal - First reactions from MEPs (2)
EU Reporter Correspondent | December 12, 2019 Following ParliamentБ─(tm)s recent declaration of a climate emergency, Commission President von der Leyen unveiled the CommissionБ─(tm)s plans to achieve climate neutrality in the EU by 2050, on Wednesday (11 December) in the Brussels Chamber. Leaders of ParliamentБ─(tm)s political groups outlined their views on how to ensure that the future European Climate Law is funded and implemented in
Drones, dogs and 50km fences: swine fever alert issued in Germany (1)
Wednesday, 11 December 2019 © Belga Sniffer dogs, drones and electrified fences are being used in Germany in an all-out attempt to prevent boars from neighbouring countries transmitting swine fever, tantamount to economic disaster in a country where the pig is king. The German authorities are concerned about the rapid advance of this very contagious virus affecting pigs, but harmless to human beings.
Kieran Tierney sends message to Arsenal fans after dislocated shoulder injury (1)
Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney suffered a dislocated shoulder during the Gunners' Premier League clash with West Ham on Monday night Share Comments By Alex Smith 21:37, 11 DEC 2019 Updated21:43, 11 DEC 2019 Sport Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get the biggest Arsenal FC stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters.
Arsenal, Rangers chart safe passage in Europa League (1)
Celtic and Manchester United already qualified Published: December 11, 2019 13:09 AFP Rangers manager Steven Gerrard Image Credit: Reuters Paris: Last season's runners-up Arsenal and Steven Gerrard's Rangers have their sights fixed on the Europa League knockout phase on Thursday with 19 clubs competing for the final 11 places. Interim Arsenal boss Freddie Ljungberg will look to lead the Gunners into
Blow for AB InBev's $11 billion asset sale to Asahi as Australia raises concerns (3)
Aby Jose Koilparambil (Reuters) - Australia's competition regulator raised concerns over an $11 billion deal by Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI.BR) to sell its local operations to Japan's Asahi (2502.T), dealing a blow to the world's largest brewer's efforts to cut debt. A man walks past the logo of Asahi Group Holdings at the company's headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, May 17, 2016.
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