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Police cooperation: MEPs pave the way for more efficient data exchanges

On Tuesday, MEPs advanced proposals allowing EU law enforcement agencies to more easily exchange fingerprint, DNA and vehicle registration data and facial images across...

EU sanctions’ exemption to ease delivery of humanitarian assistance

The EU Council is to modify certain EU restrictive measures in keeping with UN Security Council resolution 2664 (2022) provisions for a humanitarian exemption...

EU releases report to assess membership status of Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia

The European Commission published a new analytical report on the next steps for perspective EU members Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia in order for them...

EP: new rules on adequate minimum wages for all workers in the EU

Minimum wages in all EU countries should allow for decent living and working standards, and member states should promote collective bargaining for pay. With 505...

Frontex: statement by Civil Liberties Committee Chair

After the Frontex Management Board met on 28–29 April and Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri resigned, Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Juan...

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China’s increasing focus on national security erodes Macao’s autonomy, EU report finds

On June 13, the European Commission and the High...

The French Freemasons against the far-right!

The risk of a far-right government in France after...

Far-right Identity and Democracy discusses its strategy and seeks alliances in the European Parliament

The leaders of Identity and Democracy, the most radical...

The Left and Greens reject the 5 Stars Movement

Since June 2019, the populist 5 Stars Movement (Movimento...

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