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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

European Parliament:

- 6-9 January: European Parliament Committee Meetings
- 13-16 January: European Parliament Plenary Session

Council of the EU:

- 8 January: Meeting of the Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER I, II)
- 8 January: Opening Ceremony of Greek Presidency of the Council of the EU
-  9 January: Meeting of the Political and Security Committee (PSC)
- 10 January: Meeting of the Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER I)

ACP Group:

- 14 January: S/C on Political, Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs
- 17 January: ACP-EU Dialogue on Migration

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The Italian navy said on Friday 3 January 2014 it had rescued over 1,000 migrants in 24 hours in the Mediterranean Sea from boats attempting to reach Europe, as an immigration crisis that killed hundreds in the last year showed no signs of easing.

Valuable information produced by researchers in many EU-funded projects will be shared freely as a result of a Pilot on Open Research Data in Horizon 2020. Researchers in projects participating in the pilot are asked to make the underlying data needed to validate the results presented in scientific publications and other scientific information available for use by other researchers, innovative industries and citizens.

The European Commission (EC) has released the November 2013 edition of ”Comodity price data”, a price dashboard which provides a summary of commodity price data for the most representative agricultural products and consumer food prices, at European Union (EU) and world level for the month of November. Although not all the products are comparable at both EU and world level, this document is intended to give an indication on the most recent price developments.

Monday, 06 January 2014

The European Commission is increasing its humanitarian aid by €18.5 million to the Central African Republic (CAR) to provide immediate life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable suffering in a crisis which has affected the country's entire population of 4.6 million.

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