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Turkey's bid to join the EU under unprecedented strain

EU affairs - 27.04.2017 - 10:39

After a referendum granted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers earlier this month, the European Parliament voices growing concern about the country's bid to join the EU.

Better protection for children online

Society - 25.04.2017 - 17:09

Children watch more and more videos on the Internet. That is why MEPs want to strengthen the protection of minors online against harmful content.

Brexit talks: President Tajani in London

EU affairs - 21.04.2017 - 11:46

In his first official visit, EU Parliament President Antonio Tajani met with British Prime Minister Theresa May in London to discuss the Brexit conditions set by an overwhelming majority of MEPs earlier this month.

European cultural heritage: ties that bind

Society - 21.04.2017 - 11:00

The European Parliament is voting on making 2018 the European Year of Cultural Heritage, highlighting the diversity, shared history and rich cultures that make Europe what it is today.

Coming up in Brussels: Turkey, Hungary, Geo-blocking and more

EU affairs - 21.04.2017 - 10:00

Up for discussion next week are states of play in Turkey and Hungary, a flagship initiative on the garment industry, as well as rules on geo-blocking and audio-visual content.

Eggstra fun facts for Easter

Society - 12.04.2017 - 09:53

The EU has about 383 million laying hens producing up to seven million tonnes of eggs a year. How much do you know about eggs and the industry in the EU? Watch the video to find out more.

Coming up in Brussels: From food waste and e-privacy to child marriage

EU affairs - 07.04.2017 - 11:17

A wide range of topics is on the agenda for the week ahead: managing unsold food, migrant return policy, e-privacy, women in transport and child marriage.

Fake News and Hate Speech: How to Fight the War Online?

Society - 06.04.2017 - 21:29

The European Parliament is worried about hate speech and fake news: should content be removed and fines be imposed? Or the emphasis be placed on teaching people to tell the difference between real sources or fake ones ?