""This standoff shows how Europe has lost its moral compass in the Mediterranean""
Head of MSF Emergency Desk
""People have continued to come and die in this tense kind of limbo where the EU itself cannot reach a united policy""
World news editor, The Daily Beast
""When we put our foot on the pedal, we go all the way""
Russian national coach
""All the hard work of actually negotiating the details, all of that has been pushed until later""
International Crisis Group
""It is the mark of great people to treat trifles as trifles and important matters as important.""
""What is amazing is that whatever issues they are having at home, whatever is missing from their lives or causes them pain, our school is theirs""
Winner, Global Teacher Prize
"#MSF is concerned that again politics are being placed above people’s lives. The priority must be the importance of the well being & safety of the people on board."
French international medical assistance NGO
""The ocean is a horrible, horrible place for anything manmade. The engineering has been a challenge.""
Winner European Entrepreneur of the Year
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Next month's introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation comes as Facebook faces big security questions
Brussels is battling hard against disinformation online, but a group of lawyers is questioning methods used in Russia campaign
Shares in the Swedish music streaming company will be publicly traded for the first time on Tuesday. Spotify has not turned a profit since it launched 12 years ago.
Cambridge Analytica has suspended its CEO, Alexander Nix, in the evolving row over the improper use of the personal information of over 50 million Facebook users.
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The WiFi4EU project is setting aside €120 million to boost free connectivity in public spaces across the EU.
We went to its chief marketplace to find out
Cristina Giner reports on the latest technology being readied to make us all go faster at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
'Far and away, the US and China activity will dwarf Europe,' said Nokia's Chief Executive Rajeev Suri ahead of the World Mobile Congress 2018 in Barcelona.
MEPs back draft law which aims to harmonise protection of online and in-store purchases
The EU's new law banning geo-blocking for e-commerce is perhaps one of the most important steps towards a true single market for consumers, writes the European Consumer Organisation's Agustín Reyna.
The Infraud Organization was responsible for more than $530 million (€433 million) in losses.
The European Parliament has come up wth a plan to introduce a transational list for the European elections in 2019. Supporters hope it will help
Heatmaps created by fitness tracking app Strava appear to reveal military US and Western military outposts
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Interviewed by the UK royal, the former US president warned of the dangers of irresponsible internet use, without mentioning Donald Trump by name.
The US Federal Communications Commission scrapped the Obama-era net neutrality rules but what are the regulations in Europe? Euronews takes a look.
Sir Stuart Peach, also a senior NATO figure, says the Russian navy poses a threat that could catastrophically damage the West’s economy and way of life.
The US Federal Communications Commission has done away with Obama-era net neutrality rules, potentially reshaping Americans' online experience, and allowing internet service providers to play by their own rules.
The U.S Federal Communications Commission is due to vote on a proposal to repeal its net neutrality rules.