The Senate has sought to remove TVP Info's press accreditation after a camera hit a Senate officer outside the Parliament building.
While many members of European royal families pursue careers, some of their experiences offer up valuable lessons for Harry and Meghan as they seek to step away from their traditional duties.
A Facebook post showing a photograph of a gay couple kissing triggered hundreds of online hate comments, including death threats. The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Lithuania for failing to prosecute perpetrators.
Data protection, copy right, and digital tax. As the EU tries to regulate internet sectors big American companies boost their lobbying in the European capital
He said the rules were disproportionate and unjustified.
Some argue #Flybe is vital for regional connectivity in the UK and must be saved. But environmentalists say the government cannot be serious about tackling climate change and then bail out an airline.
The European Commission has unveiled the "Just Transition Fund" as an essential part of its ambitious programme to fight climate change. The Fund, worth 7.5 billion euros, should help countries kick their coal habit.
Announcements and parliamentary procedure will follow Spain's request to lift immunity.
A European Parliament resolution accuses the British government of failing to safeguard the future of EU nationals living in the UK.
Catalan separatist leaders Carles Puigdemont and Antoni Comin vowed to push their secessionist cause onto Europe’s agenda as they took up their seats in Strasbourg, despite facing an arrest warrant in Spain.
The trial will begin on Tuesday.
French labour unions were divided about the future of the social movement after the government offered to temporarily scrap a controversial part of its pension reform. plans.
Now fully accredited MEPS, they are here to attend the first plenary of the year. After expressing his joy, Carles Puigdemont told the press the Catalan independence question was a European issue.
The German engineering company says they are sticking to their contractual obligations, but climate activists tell Euronews the decision is a "historic mistake".
Irish politicians agreed to a power-sharing deal after three years of deadlock.
"This idea that they are going to be financially independent is a fantasy," said Graham Smith, who leads the anti-monarchy campaign group Republic.
But will it appease protesters and end one of the longest strikes in French history?