Agriculture - GM, the field is open

Published on 14 July 2010 at 16:14


GM, the field is open


In a bid to overcome deadlock on the issue of genetically modified organisms (GMO), the European Commission has proposed that member states rule on their cultivation on their national territories. However the European press remains convinced that Brussels is still planning to push for the introduction of a wide range of new products.



Let's storm the petrol Bastille

Frankfurter Rundschau

No-one knows how long it will take before the Deepwater Horizon oil spill will be capped. Reason for which we ought to turn to the sun and start an energy revolution, argues German sociologist Ulrich Beck.


Czech Republic

New government shows tight fist

| Lidové noviny



Hundreds arrested in mafia swoop

| La Stampa



120,000 to leave austerity Ireland

| The Irish Times


Economic Crisis

Poland’s shrinking millionaire population

| Rzeczpospolita



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