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MEPs call for EU rules to better protect minorities’ rights

In the face of persistent discrimination, Parliament calls for common rules to ensure that the rights of all national minorities are redressed and respected...

EU Court bans Ukrainian authorities’ access to journalist’s phone

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has extended a decision made last month to prevent Ukrainian authorities from accessing data from the mobile...

EU court rules against Russia, twice

Russia violated five articles of the human rights convention in its arrest and conviction of Pussy Riot members in 2012, according to the European...

EU court rules Romania, Lithuania knowingly hosted secret CIA jails

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on May 31 that Lithuania and Romania hosted secret CIA prisons a decade ago and their...

European court rules against Turkey for jailing journalists

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that Turkey acted illegally in detaining two journalists who were arrested in the wake of...

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A new European institute for AI in science

On 15 April 2024, Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the...

The Parliament debates Fico’s attempts to dismantle the rule of law in Slovakia

On April 11th, the European Parliament held a Mini-Plenary...

Chinese irritation grows as EU launches new competition probe

China snapped back at the European Union over new...

Spain at work on bill to regulate illegal migrants

The lower house of Spain’s Parliament approved a proposal...

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