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Merkel, after allowing more than one million asylum seekers into Germany since 2015, has faced a strong domestic backlash that has now turned into a government crisis.
While the population grew by 12 per cent between 1990 and 2017 in the 15 oldest EU member states rich western countries it fell by an average of seven per cent in the EU's 13 newer states.
Airbus, the biggest rival to U.S.-based aircraft maker Boeing, has been a prime example of how European cooperation could lead to success in business.
She said that the capacity of developing countries to translate their political commitments into tangible initiatives and projects gets constrained by lack of predictable.
Customs agents across Europe's colossal market of 500 million people will now impose the duty, hiking prices on US-made products in supermarkets and across factory floors.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker called the meeting amid fresh divisions in Europe over who should process the migrants first.
Earlier on Thursday, Purohit approached the Bombay High Court seeking permission to challenge earlier rulings, which rejected his discharge application from the case.
For Son and South Korea, the pressure is shared in the kind of unequal measure that perhaps only Salah would know with Egypt, before his own tournament was hampered by injury.
The three-day event ending on June 24 aims to boost MSMEs, Startups and budding young entrepreneurs. It also aims to provide them with the much needed unified global platform for networking.
The archeological heritage of the city is being restored and developmental work set to start in its museums and ancient caves.
With the success of the national exposure programme, the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and the State Institute of Education Technology (SIET) are joining hands.
In a notification on Thursday, the Finance Ministry announced higher tariff on 29 products imported from the US.
The assault against Colombian journalist Julieth Gonzalez Theran comes at a time when the online #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct has made waves around the world.
Macron did not say to whom he was referring but France and Italy traded barbs in the past 10 days over Rome's refusal to take in a boatload of migrants rescued in the Mediterranean.
Almost four million EU nationals currently live in Britain with no restrictions under the bloc's freedom of movement laws, but this will end with Brexit, when they must apply for a new status.