Hainaut, Belgium Newswire

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  1. New police unit to crack down on sports violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Jerusalem Post

    Violence at soccer matches has grown to be a national concern as some fan clubs like Beitar Jerusalem's La Familia have gained notorious reputations for racist chants and violent outbursts. The behavior of Beitar Jerusalem fans in the Europa League qualifier in Charleroi, Belgium last Thursday has resulted in owner Eli Tabib putting the club up for sale.

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  2. State aid: Commission opens in-depth investigations into tax exemptions for Belgian and French portsRead the original story

    Friday Jul 8 | PressReleasePoint

    The European Commission has opened two in-depth probes to check if corporate tax exemptions granted under Belgian and French law to ports' economic activities are in line with EU state aid rules and whether they give companies in a certain sector an advantage over competitors in other Member States. Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, in charge of competition policy, said: " Ports play a key role in the EU's economy.

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  3. Alstom to supply traction to Line 3 of the Chengdu metro in ChinaRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | PressReleasePoint

    Alstom has been awarded a contract by Chengdu Metro Corp Ltd to supply the traction systems for 288 metro cars due to circulate on Line 3, the city's new metro line. The line is being built in three phases, with a first phase to open in August 2016.

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  4. Alstom to Supply Traction to Line 3 of the Chengdu Metro in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Mass Transit

    Alstom has been awarded a contract by Chengdu Metro Corp Ltd to supply the traction systems for 288 metro cars due to circulate on Line 3, the city's new metro line. The line is being built in three phases, with a first phase to open in August 2016.

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  5. Indie Landscapes a " June 25, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | KPFA-FM Berkeley

    It's our ongoing mission to create and curate a unique mix of informed public affairs, culture and arts that provokes thought and reaction on a complexity of issues facing our listeners. Expanding KPFA's digital footprint with more on-demand programming gives us the opportunity and space to offer new and compelling voices from the community.

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  6. Deflated Green Army down but not out after Belgium disaster as they...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2016 | Independent.ie

    Ireland is planning an Italian job in Lille as their final Euro 2016 group game will now determine the team's fate in France. A brave Irish side fell to a 3-0 defeat to favourites Belgium in Bordeaux last night as security once again came to dominate the tournament.

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  7. Belgium anti-terror sweep over 'imminent' attack fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2016 | The Peninsula

    Belgian soldiers take position outside a meeting of the government's security council in Brussels, Belgium, June 18, 2016. Brussels: Belgian police staged sweeping nationwide anti-terror raids and arrested 12 people, officials said Saturday, as security for 30 VIPs was reinforced over fears of an "imminent" attack.

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  8. Why the Ugly Spectacle of Fan Violence Has Returned to SoccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | Time

    A bottle and chair are thrown as an England fan walks through tear gas as England fans clash with police in Marseille, France, on June 10, 2016. In focus is an England supporter, his sunglasses no protection from the cloud of teargas, clasping a bottle of beer while reeling from the chaos around him.

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  9. Euro 2016: It's all kicking off as Russian fans condemnedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | The Age

    Russia has been hit with a suspended ban from Euro 16, prompting calls coming from British parliamentarians for the country to be stripped of hosting rights for the 2018 World Cup. England were also threatened with expulsion after violence between the two sets of supporters in Marseille before their match on Saturday night.

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  10. After bombings, strikes test not just Belgian govt but unityRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2016 | Reuters

    BRUSSELS, June 14 A strike by prison guards is now in its eighth week and a rash of walkouts from the railways to garbage collections, buses and the law courts has thrown down a gauntlet to Belgium's cost-cutting centre-right coalition. But while a backlash against austerity is familiar across Europe, notably in big southern neighbour France, what worries Belgians is how industrial action is dividing trade unions, rare bastions of unity among French- and Dutch-speakers, and testing the government's ability to broker any national compromise.

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  11. England & Russia warned: Any more fan violence and you're out of Euro 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2016 | The Star Online

    European soccer's governing body warned the English and Russian soccer associations that their teams could be disqualified from Euro 2016 if there was more of the fan violence that has injured several dozen people. UEFA's threat came after it began disciplinary proceedings against the Russian federation on Sunday following ugly scenes inside Marseille's Stade Velodrome stadium at the end of the match between England and Russia on June 11. Masked Russian fans charged at England supporters, punching and kicking them.

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  12. France urges alcohol ban on match daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2016 | The Otago Daily Times

    France's interior minister says he supports UEFA's threat to sanction England and Russia if their fans repeated the violence seen over the last few days in Marseille and urged hosting cities to consider a ban on alcohol around match days. UEFA's threat came after it began disciplinary proceedings against the Russian federation on Sunday following ugly scenes inside Marseille's Stade Velodrome stadium at the end of the match between England and Russia on Saturday.

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  13. Euro 2016 violence in Marseille: Half-naked, paralytic, leering at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Euro 2016 violence in Marseille: Half-naked, paralytic, leering at women, taking over a town square like an occupying army - that's why England fans repulse the world The local man shook his head, bemused, saddened. 'It is strange,' he said, his English faltering, hesitant.

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  14. Violence mars England's 1-1 draw with Russia at Euro 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2016 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Fans of the English and Russian national teams clashed with each other, and later with police, before a match between England and Russia in Marseille, France, on June 11, 2016. Russia fans stormed a section of England supporters inside the stadium moments after a 1-1 draw between the countries at the European Championship on Saturday, ending another day of violence and rioting in the southern French city of Marseille.

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  15. List of English Hooliganism incidentsRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2016 | KDWN

    June 1988 - About 400 fans arrested for brawling in bars and streets at European Championship games in Duesseldorf, Stuttgart and Frankfurt. February 1995 - Right-wing England thugs tear up seats and attack local fans at Dublin's Lansdowne Road, forcing the friendly game against Ireland to be abandoned after 27 minutes.

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  16. England and Russia fans riot in Marseille before Euros matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2016 | Chicago Tribune

    Fans of the English and Russian national teams clashed with each other, and later with police, before a match between England and Russia in Marseille, France, on June 11, 2016. England and Russia fans rioted Saturday at the Old Port in Marseille and outside the city's Stade Velodrome before the two countries met in a soccer match at the European Championship.

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  17. UPDATE 1-French PM says state could mop up SNCF rail debtRead the original story

    Jun 8, 2016 | Reuters

    The French government could absorb debts of the state-owned SNCF rail company, the prime minister said on Wednesday, in a last-gasp bid to defuse a dispute between management and employees over working conditions and end a week-long strike. Vals said some form of debt relief fund could be created, but did not elaborate on the scale of relief planned for SNCF, whose debts amount to some 50 billion euros .

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  18. Bone Therapeutics Celebrates Ten Years Of Innovation In Bone Cell TherapyRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2016 | BioSpace

    Bone Therapeutics celebrates ten years of innovation in bone cell therapy Gosselies, Belgium, 3 June 2016 - BONE THERAPEUTICS , the bone cell therapy company addressing high unmet medical needs in the fields of bone fracture repair, fracture prevention and spinal fusion, today celebrates its ten-year anniversary with an evening event which will bring together guests from industry, government and the media as well as representatives of the international scientific community. The event will be attended by Mr Paul Magnette, Minister-President of Wallonia and Mr Jean-Claude Marcourt, Vice-President and Minister of Economy, Industry, Innovation and New Technologies of the Walloon Government.

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  19. Bone Therapeutics Celebrates Ten Years of Innovation in Bone Cell TherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Business Wire

    BONE THERAPEUTICS , the bone cell therapy company addressing high unmet medical needs in the fields of bone fracture repair, fracture prevention and spinal fusion, today celebrates its ten-year anniversary with an evening event which will bring together guests from industry, government and the media as well as representatives of the international scientific community. The event will be attended by Mr Paul Magnette, Minister-President of Wallonia and Mr Jean-Claude Marcourt, Vice-President and Minister of Economy, Industry, Innovation and New Technologies of the Walloon Government.

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  20. Barkingside redevelopment eyes European PrizeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Ilford Recorder

    The arches have proven a popular addition to Ken Aston Square, which has been shortlisted for the European Prize for Urban Public Spaces Barkingside town centre has been announced as the only UK finalist in a prestigious European competition celebrating outstanding public spaces across the continent. Ken Aston Square, on High Street, Barkingside, was one of 276 initial entries into the European Prize for Urban Public Space, but has now been selected as one of 25 finalists by an international jury.

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