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Council of Europe begins rare action against Turkey over Osman Kavala
The lengthy proceedings could see Turkey lose voting rights or be expelled from the European human rights body.
Trial of philanthropist Osman Kavala resumes in Turkey
Turkey has repeatedly refused to release Kavala despite a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights.
France to take on EU's rotating presidency
The six-month term will coincide with a presidential election in France. Macron is expected to run.
France is leading Europe’s push to conquer a new frontier in space
A collective of French space experts wants to embark on a new kind of space conquest with a new European satellite constellation.
Osman Kavala: Council of Europe launches legal action against Turkey
The European Court of Human Rights had called for Kavala to be immediately released, but Turkey has dismissed the ruling.
EU agriculture reforms clear final hurdle, but doubts still remain
On Thursday the European Council rubberstamped the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms legislation, which will come into force on January 1, 2023.
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The EU's new draft defence and security strategy is a lot less ambitious and more pragmatic than expected. As it should be, argues researcher Niklas Nováky.
Council of Europe removes hijab campaign images amid backlash
The human rights body said the tweets had been deleted while they "reflect on a better presentation" for the project.
Jailed Belarus opposition leader wins European rights prize
At a ceremony in Strasbourg, France, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe awarded its ninth Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize.
Landmark legal case launched over toxic 'forever chemicals' in the US
Chemours, a spin-off from DuPont - which was featured in the Hollywood film Dark Waters - is being sued in the EU Court of Justice.
Afghanistan crisis sparks debate over EU's military capabilities
"It's clear that the need for more European defence has never been as evident as today after events in Afghanistan," said Josep Borrell, the EU's foreign affairs chief
The EU is officially welcoming vaccinated travellers in summer 2021
EU member states have just agreed to open up for travel from June. This is what you need to know.
Turkey and Russia have highest incarceration rate, says report
A new report by the Council of Europe shows that the median age of inmates is 36 years, with 95% being men and only 5% women.
Austria has failed in fight against corruption, says Council of Europe
The Council of Europe has deplored Austria's "overall insufficient" progress in the fight against corruption in judicial and political circles.
Violence against women: What is the Istanbul Convention?
Poland's plan to leave the domestic violence treaty has put it back in the headlines. But what is the Istanbul Convention?
'Pathetic': Poland's plan to quit domestic violence treaty slammed
Human rights experts are calling on Warsaw to change course – and on the European Union to toughen up.
Stringent health measures ahead of EU summit on COVID-19 recovery plan
Health and safety preparations were made for the arrival of European Union leaders for day two of EU budget negotiations. Workers conducted a deep clean of the meeting room at the European Council in Brussels before negotiations continued.
EU leaders meet amid fears coronavirus could destroy European unity
Spain, Italy and France have warned that without more unity, the coronavirus pandemic could be the beginning of the end of the EU.
Euronews answers: The Council of Europe turns 70, but what does it do?
Not to be confused with the European Council or the Council of the European Union, the Council of Europe's role is to uphold human rights and the rule of law on the continent.
Malta urged to drop libel cases against murdered journalist
Commissioner Dunja Mijatovic says that the litigation is an attempt to intimidate Galizia's family.