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Tech industry sounds alarm over draft online payment rules[Digital / News] Twenty-seven e-commerce companies and lobby groups have asked the European Commission to change a draft proposal to regulate payment services, arguing that additional security measures will drive shoppers away from online platforms.

Cracks emerge in AfD as co-leader quits party after election success[Politics / News] Divisions emerged in the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) on Monday, a day after it took third place in a national election, as its co-leader said she would not sit in parliament with AfD members.

Fishing for trouble: How Europe is losing money by overfishing[Agrifood / News] Replenishing Europe’s fishing stocks could create thousands of jobs and boost the EU's GDP by €4.9 billion per year, a new study says, but environmental activists warn that governments lack the political will to implement EU guidelines on sustainable fishing.

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Dijsselbloem: Greece must wrap up review rapidly to start talks on bailout exit [Politics / News]

‘We are Catalans’: Scots voice referendum solidarity [Politics / News]

Europe needs an Erasmus for SMEs by Stefan Moritz [Economy & Jobs / Opinion]

Swedish snuff wants place in EU tobacco directive [Health / News]

Stars are (almost) aligned for energy efficiency projects in Europe by Quentin Genard [Energy & Environment / Opinion]

Oettinger suggests stripping Schäuble of finance role [Politics / News]

Jews around world alarmed by far-right breakthrough in Germany [Politics / News]

Commission, Poland seek new dialogue on troublesome judicial reform [Politics / News]

The Brief: German vote takes wind out of Europe’s sails [ / News]

UK enters last-chance Brexit saloon as informal deadline looms [Politics / News]

What does the German vote mean for Europe? [Politics / Interview]

Youth and the future of Africa [Global Europe / Special Report]

Increased drugs’ use threatens aquatic environment, report says [Agrifood / News]

The time is right for a stronger monetary union – with everyone on board by Petros Fassoulas [Politics / Opinion]

Protest vote drives Germans into arms of AfD [Politics / News]

France reaffirms opposition to glyphosate licence renewal [Agrifood / News]

Brexit and energy: A choice between economics and sovereignty by Philip Lowe [Politics / Opinion]

An Erasmus for young Africans and Europeans by Gianni Pittella [Global Europe / Opinion]

Member states seek to water down food waste proposal [Agrifood / News]

No, the EU does not want to ban your chips by Monique Goyens [Agrifood / Opinion]

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