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  1. European law enforcement authorities broke up a synthetic drugs network

    published on Thursday, January 12, 2012 under Home Affairs and Security

    The cooperation between Europol and other EU Member States achieved to break up an international organised crime network, responsible for the large-scale production and trafficking of synthetic drugs. Europol initiated ‘Operation Fire’, working together with several European law enforcement agencies, in order to dismantle the organised crime network and stop the large-scale production and trafficking of synthetic drugs within the European Union.

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  2. The Ombudsman asks for more guarantees to the Commission on the Early Warning System

    published on Thursday, January 12, 2012 under Economic & Financial Affairs

    According to the European Ombudsman, P. Nikiforos Diamandouros, the European Commission needs to ensure that the computerised "Early Warning System" (EWS), an internal mechanism, which identifies persons deemed to pose a threat to the financial interests of the European Union, respects fundamental rights, such as the right to be heard.

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  3. The Belgian singer Selah Sue was the biggest winner of the European Border Breakers Awards

    published on Thursday, January 12, 2012 under Culture

    The European Border Breakers Awards (''the EBBAs") ceremony took place on 11 January at the Eurosonic Noorderslag music festival in Groningen (The Netherlands). The biggest winner of the night was Belgian star Selah Sue, who scooped the public choice award. The event was broadcast live via YouTube and will be screened on TV throughout Europe in the coming weeks.

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  4. The Commission seeks to break down barriers to secure and innovative card, internet and mobile payments

    published on Thursday, January 12, 2012 under Internal Market

    The Green Paper consultation adopted by the Commission seeks the views of stakeholders on how to create a secure and transparent integrated payments environment throughout the EU which could create more efficient, modern and safer means of payments. The deadline for submitting contributions to the consultation is 11 April 2012.

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