Posted on June 27th 2010 by Johannes Ledel
Here are some of the stories that will be coming up in the week ahead:
The World Cup will certainly remain at the top of the news as the quarter finals get under way at the end of next week. After the match between England and Germany and the judge’s decision on Frank Lampard’s goal it almost certain that talks will begin about introducing goal-line technology to the World Cup.
Belgium will be taking over the leading role of the EU, which rotates between member nations every six months. Among Belgium’s priorities is the enlargement of the Union. Some worries have been raised at the fact that Belgium only has a interim government in power at the moment, but prime minister Yves Leterme has said it will not interfere with its presidency. Belgium will assume the role starting July 1st.
US lawmakers are moving toward the final stages of passing a proposed bill on financial reform. The proposed legal changes are meant to deal with some of the Wall Street practices behind the financial crisis.
Also in the news next week
Sunday July 4th, is the deadline to present findings for Israel’s own military investigation into the Gaza aid flotilla incident. The experts chosen by Israeli Defense Forces need present their report before the end of the week.
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