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MEP Awards: Meet this year's winners for best EU lawmakers
The annual ceremony honours lawmakers across the political spectrum for their legislative and political work.
Agreement on new EU minimum wage law reached in Brussels
EU countries will have to determine their minimum wage based on a basket of household goods and services – taking into consideration the gross median wage.
Von der Leyen defends controversial approval of Polish recovery plan
MEPs urged the Commission to withhold payments until all judicial reforms are carried out.
Macron warns against humiliating Russia over war in Ukraine
The French president was speaking on Europe Day in Strasbourg at the closing ceremony of the Conference on the Future of Europe.
Italian PM calls for changes to EU treaties amid Ukraine war
Mario Draghi told MEPs on Tuesday that unanimity on foreign policy decisions needs to be revised.
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Europe's week: Fresh sanctions human trafficking & Hungary latest woes
The EU will now target imports of Russian coal in a bid to weaken Moscow's war machine.
EU's spending since war began: Russian energy €35bn; Ukraine aid €1bn
The "gigantic difference" reflects the need for the EU to become independent from Russian fossil fuels, the bloc's foreign policy chief said.
Ukrainian writer pays tribute to resilience of her country's women
The acclaimed novelist with a doctorate in aesthetics addressed MEPs in Strasbourg on International Women's Day.
EU parliament to investigate use of NSO Group's Pegasus spyware
The European Parliament is setting up a rare committee of inquiry into the Pegasus spyware scandal.
Public health key priority for EU citizens, reveals poll
The survey was carried out between November and December last year.
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Europe's week: New EU parliament president as Russian tensions persist
Here's a look at the top stories in European Union politics this week.
What is the EU Digital Services Act and how will it impact Big Tech?
MEPs agreed a draft set of measures aimed at helping to tackle illegal content, as well as ensuring that platforms are held accountable for their secretive algorithms.
Metsola on abortion: 'My position is the EU Parliament's position'
In an interview with Euronews, the newly elected President of the European Parliament vowed to respect the hemicycle's majority opinion on abortion.
What happens now after the death of David Sassoli?
A race that was once seen as predetermined is suddenly wide open. Here are 4 leading candidates
'Addio amico mio': European leaders pay tribute to David Sassoli
Colleagues of the European Parliament President honour his legacy and praise him as a "committed" and "passionate" politician following his death aged 65.
Navalny's daughter accepts EU human rights award on his behalf
Daria Navalnaya, daughter of imprisoned anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny was presented with the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought on Wednesday at a ceremony in Strasbourg.
Far-right divisions on display after failure to form political group
Leaders of European far-right and populist parties left their Warsaw summit with a statement pledging "closer cooperation" rather than the creation of a formal alliance.
EU Parliament sues Commission over failure to act on rule of law
The European Parliament wants the Commission to activate a new budgetary mechanism to freeze EU funds to countries suspected of breaching EU law.
European Parliament votes to strengthen EU-wide cybersecurity rules
Negotiations with the European Council on the update to the legislation will now start before European lawmakers eventually vote on the issue.
Alexei Navalny awarded EU's top human rights prize
Navalny, one of Vladimir Putin's most prominent critics, was nominated alongside Bolivian lawyer Jeanine Áñez and the women of Afghanistan.
What do MEPs think of von der Leyen's State of the Union speech?
Euronews speaks with Members of the European Parliament to see how they feel about the many proposals and priorities that von der Leyen outlined during her annual speech.
Brussels must stand up to Poland and Hungary on rule of law, says MEP
Dutch liberal MEP Sophie in 't Veld told Euronews that action needs to be taken against Hungary and Poland before it is too late.
EU adopts temporary rules to detect and report online child abuse
The legislation which aims to protect children more effectively from sexual abuse and exploitation when using webmail, chat and messaging services, was backed by MEPs, with 537 voting in favour, 133 against and 24 abstaining.
Polish man charged with spying for Russia at EU parliament
"The suspect’s activities were in line with Russian information warfare activities aimed at weakening the position of Poland within the EU and in the international arena." a spokesman for Poland’s security services said on Thursday.
MEPs want Brussels to act over Czech PM's alleged conflict of interest
MEPs have voted overwhelmingly to issue proceedings against the Czech Republic's prime minister for breaches of EU law concerning an alleged conflict of interest.
Romanian documentary Collective wins European film award
"This is an award, most of all, for the victims and the families for whom justice has still not been served in Romania five years later," said director Alexander Nanau