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[World] Washington needs to de-escalate its rhetoric and cease using tariffs under the guise of national security, the president of the powerful Federation of German Industries (BDI) said on Monday (23 July) in Berlin, ahead of Wednesday's meeting between US President Donald Trump and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker.

[Politics] Italy agreed on Monday (23 July) to continue accepting migrants rescued at sea, at least until a broader EU strategy to address fair distribution of people can be defined.

[Energy & Environment] Greece has appealed for help from other countries to help tackle a spate of fires which were raging uncontrolled in the country on Monday (23 July), its fire brigade said.

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Juncker in last-ditch bid to ‘dedramatise’ tensions with Trump [World]

Italy to keep accepting stricken migrants during EU talks [Politics]

Belgian nude beach blocked on fears ‘activity’ could spook wildlife [Health]

Greece seeks help from EU allies to tackle raging fires [Energy & Environment]

German industry boss urges Juncker to pull emergency brake in EU-US trade dispute   [World]

Corbyn: ‘Botched Brexit will leave UK in hock to Donald Trump’ [Politics]

Uzbekistan opening up [Central Asia]

The Brief – Save us from Brexit, Europe, and we’ll save you [Politics]

EU tones down hopes of Mercosur deal by September [Economy & Jobs]

French insurance companies to divest from German top utility RWE      [Green finance]

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Political scientist: Germans are used to V4’s strong “No” from time to time [Economy & Jobs]

Plant breeding techniques: Commission wants broader reflection on innovation in seeds sector [Innovation in agriculture]

Marini: Rules on public expenditure will be the real challenge for Cohesion [Economy & Jobs]

EU’s hero firefighters head north to fight blazes [Energy & Environment]

Time for a European Defence Union [World]

Bannon to establish Brussels headquarters, targeting EU election [Politics]

Georgia’s European way: What next? [Europe's East]

Spain’s conservatives swing to the right with new leader [Politics]

Moscovici blasts Trump over ‘inappropriate’ trade sanctions [World]

Roses instead of opium: Afghan farmers enjoy sweet smell of success [Development Policy]

Climate campaigners lose UK court battle over carbon target [Energy & Environment]

Maltese PM says name cleared in Panama Papers probe [Politics]

Irish PM tours EU capitals as fears of hard Brexit grow [Politics]

Visegrad nations united against mandatory relocation quotas [Politics]

German industry groups warn US on tariffs before Trump-Juncker meeting [World]

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