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  1. German prosecutors have charged former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn over his role in the diesel emissions scandal. Four other managers were also indicted in the case, Braunschweig prosecutors said, with charges including one of major fraud. — Public prosecutors in the German city of Braunschweig have brought charges against former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn over his […]

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  2. The 10 EU news and developments from April 17, 2019, that matter the most.

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  3. 16 EU news and developments from April 15, 2019 that matter the most.

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  4. Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, made an official statement regarding the Brexit deadline on Apr. 3rd. “The Withdrawal Agreement is and has always been a compromise. A fair compromise in which both sides obtained some but not all of what they sought. It is the kind of compromise through which the European […]

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  5. Slovenian Prime Minister Marjan Šarec accused Croatia of “outrageous” behavior, saying that the country tried to suppress a media report that Croatian spies were responsible for obstructing the efforts to end the border dispute between the neighboring countries. — Despite declaring independence from Yugoslavia almost three decades ago, Slovenia and Croatia have been locked in […]

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