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In Poland, “LGBTI ideology” defeats PiS bigotry

Since the beginning of 2019, the rising attacks on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in Poland raised concern among several EU...

EPP Group: Spyware must target crime, not opposition

Spying on political opponents, journalists or lawyers is illegal and against fundamental EU values. When security forces use spyware, it must be within clearly...

Fiona O’Loughlin: The Reykjavik Summit is the response to the Russian aggression against Ukraine

"The Russian Federation is writing a bloody page in European history, waging a barbaric war of aggression to achieve its imperialistic objectives. It is...

EU has a mandate and a responsibility to combat discrimination

Parliament’s resolution points to concerns οn discrimination trends across EU member states and urges the Council to re-initiate talks. Parliament reiterates that the Council must...

Greens: Parliament votes for the protection of minorities

The European Parliament adopted a report on the institutional relations between the EU and the Council of Europe that pushes for more rights and...

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EU membership talks to start for Moldova and Ukraine

The European Union has agreed to launch membership negotiations...

German minister tries talking China out of retaliation tariffs

German economy minister Robert Habeck arrived in China on...

Amazon announces a further €10 billion investment in jobs and innovations in Germany

Tech giant Amazon announced on Wednesday its plan to...

China ready for pork new tariffs as retaliation against EV hike

China decided to open an anti-dumping investigation on pork...

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