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Top 5 stories you may have missed

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In case you missed it, the Luxembourg Times has selected the best stories of the week.

In case you missed it, the Luxembourg Times has selected the best stories of the week.

According to the European Commission, Luxembourg has neither a dedicated anti-corruption agency nor a specific strategy to tackle the issue.

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Two endangered species of forest bats have taken up residence in tree cavities in the Grunewald Forest, a forest area of ​​over 3,100 hectares to the north and east of the Kirchberg region, where the A1 and A7 motorways already intersect. and scattered. with home.

A tram extension that promises to cut pollution from car traffic to Luxembourg’s only airport could expel vulnerable bats by cutting through the protected forest that is their home.

Eurasian Resources Group paid more than 500 million euros this spring to compensate for a contract with a Russian bank it had to cancel prematurely.

The European Commission said the body to advise Luxembourg on rooting out corruption did not meet in 2021.

The Commission questions whether the body known as the Commission Against Corruption (Copreco) meets the definition of an “independent body that oversees and coordinates anti-corruption policy” as required by Luxembourg, a signatory to the UN Convention against Corruption. did. .

Visa and Mastercard are ending partnerships with the advertising arm of Pornhub owner MindGeek.

Luxembourg-based media company RTL said on Friday it had lowered its earnings forecast for this year as economic uncertainty in the European TV and streaming markets prompted cautious ad spending.


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