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The Alliance for Europe of the Nations (AEN) was a pan-European political party. Dissolved in 2009.
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Scientist: “A youth guarantee cannot create jobs”
Whether or not a youth guarantee will enhance employability is questionable, but it is very important to ensure that young people are given a sense of purpose in their lives, which can happen through a youth guarantee but, equally, it could be through volunteering and other opportunities, Dr Howard Williamson told EurActiv Greece in an exclusive interview.











Commission to help Belgian Ford workers get new jobs
On 22 August, the European Commission proposed funding for redundant car workers in Belgium’s Ford factory to acquire new skills and find new jobs. Based in the Flemish city of Genk, the workers were told in October 2012 that they would be laid off in 2014.











Commission reports setback for Galileo project
The European Commission who had called an “historic milestone” the launch of two satellites of the Galileo program, an EU replica of the US global positioning satellite system, Monday (25 August) asked the agencies responsible to provide full details over their failure to put them into orbit. On 22 August, satellites 5 and 6 of the Galileo program failed to reach the correct orbit. Hours before that, the EU executive had called the operation “a milestone” and had stated that “the EU is turning our huge investment in space into concrete results”.











New French cabinet expected tomorrow
French President François Hollande asked his prime minister today (25 August) to form a new government, looking to impose his will on the cabinet after rebel leftist ministers called for an economic policy U-turn. A new cabinet is expected to be announced tomorrow. The surprise move came the day after outspoken Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg had condemned what he called fiscal "austerity" and attacked euro zone powerhouse Germany's "obsession" with budgetary rigour.  














 
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