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EU's Juncker tells Turkey: Let our journalists go!

EU's Juncker tells Turkey: Let our journalists go!

13 September 2017 | 11:39 | FOCUS News Agency
Strasbourg. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called on Turkey Wednesday to "let our journalists go" following its arrests of French and German journalists under a broad human rights crackdown, AFP reported.
"I appeal to the powers that be in Turkey, let our journalists go!," Juncker said in his annual state of the union speech.

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AFP: EU's Juncker to seek powers to screen foreign takeovers

AFP: EU's Juncker to seek powers to screen foreign takeovers

13 September 2017 | 11:00 | FOCUS News Agency
Strasbourg. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday said he would seek powers to screen foreign takeovers in Europe's strategic sectors, amid worry about investment by China, AFP reported.
"We are not naive free traders. Europe will defend its strategic interests with an EU framework for investment screening," Juncker said in his annual State of the Union speech to the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
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AFP: Juncker urges EU to strike trade deals with Australia, NZ by 2019

AFP: Juncker urges EU to strike trade deals with Australia, NZ by 2019

13 September 2017 | 10:59 | FOCUS News Agency
Strasbourg. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday said he would ask EU governments to formally approve the launch of free trade talks with Australia and New Zealand, AFP reported.
"Today, we are asking that we open up negotiations with Australia and with New Zealand," Juncker said at his annual State of the Union speech at the European Parliament.
"I am asking that we complete these negotiations by the end of our mandate (in late 2019)," he added.
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