MEPs are concerned about the credibility of investigations into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and the lack of progress on related accusations.
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Jewher Ilham, daughter of Ilham Tohti, Uyghur economist and human rights activist, holds a portrait of her father during the award ceremony for his 2019 … Read more
The European Parliament is to launch a prize for investigative journalism in memory of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen speaks with David McAllister, Member of Parliament from the EPP Group, before a debate at the European Parliament … Read more
Finland is offering a hi-tech Christmas gift to all European Union citizens – a free-of-charge online course in artificial intelligence, in their own language, officials … Read more
Haggling over EU fishing quotas for next year has begun in Brussels, and fisheries ministers from member states look likely to ignore scientific advice and … Read more
Poland could end up leaving the European Union because of plans by the ruling nationalists that would allow judges to be fired if they question … Read more
Malta together with Austria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovenia have backed a counter-proposal to France’s push aimed at changing the … Read more
The EU played an indirect but critical part in last week’s electoral triumph for UK prime minister Boris Johnson — and in Brexit.
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Between 9 and 11 December 2019 Europol coordinated joint raids against the sale of counterfeit euro banknotes on illegal platforms on the Darknet.
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European Commission approves maritime transport support schemes in Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Poland and Sweden
The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules five schemes to support maritime transport in Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Poland and Sweden. The … Read more
Brussels’ competition chief is examining ways of curbing unfair competition from foreign state-owned enterprises, as EU member states urge closer scrutiny of Chinese investment … Read more
The worsening migration situation in Latin America and Europe worries parliamentarians in both regions, who also warn against increasing trade protectionism.
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The European Union have welcomed Boris Johnson’s thumping general election victory, calling for the Brexit deal to be ratified as soon as possible with Commission … Read more
The EU council met this week to discuss climate change and the bloc’s budget. But delegations across the EU could not resist bringing up the … Read more
The European Commission unveiled a proposal that will allow the European Union to protect its trade interests despite the paralysis of the multilateral dispute settlement … Read more
European Union leaders have welcomed Boris Johnson’s election triumph and called for a quick Brexit vote in the British parliament, even as the Czech prime … Read more
After marathon talks in Brussels, the leaders of European Union member states — bar Poland — agreed early Friday to commit to going carbon neutral … Read more
Maltese prime minister Joseph Muscat’s presence at the EU summit in Brussels is sharpening demands that other leaders discuss the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana … Read more
A Eurobarometer survey, published this week, asked citizens, among several topics, which political issue the Parliament should deal with as a matter of priority.
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Greenpeace environmental activists hang a giant placard reading “Climate Emergency” and light flares on the European Council Europa building ahead of a European summit in … Read more
European Union leaders on Thursday will push to agree to make their bloc climate neutral by 2050, luring reluctant eastern member states with promises of … Read more
International coalition of media and transparency groups have called on EU leaders to ‘put pressure on Malta’s PM to quit immediately’
Malta’s prime minister, Joseph Muscat, is facing renewed pressure to quit immediately as EU leaders are urged to take a stand on the “desperate” situation … Read more