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Since the pandemic, freelance interpreters working for the institutions say they have been left 'without work from one day to the next' and are calling on the EU to 'practise what they preach' and offer emergency financial support.
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Dairy farmers call for a fair price for milk
This demonstration is to mark the 10 year anniversary of a protest which saw Belgian dairy farmers spray 3 million litres of milk over the very same field they're in now. Farmers want to see quotas set to boost prices.
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Belgian climate protests reach sixth consecutive week
Student-led protests in Brussels demanding advanced climate protection plan to continue pressuring authorities as the EU elections approach.
MEPs hear NGOs on Brexit rights
The European Parliament hearing came amid a small pro-Remain demonstration
Protest held against Hungary's PM Orban
A group of demonstrators have held a protest outside the European Parliament as Hungarian PM Viktor Orban answered criticism from MEPs.
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EU criticism mounts of Hungary's crackdown on foreign universities
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Protest held in support of refugees
A group of demonstrators on Monday held a protest in support of refugees close to the EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
Interns protest over unpaid work experience
Several interns have held a protest in Brussels to voice their anger at unpaid work experience.
Belgian unions march against labour reform
Several thousand people have marched in Brussels in protest at planned labour market reforms.
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Thousands sign online weedkiller petition
More than 12,000 people have signed a petition urging EU officials not to grant an extended licence to a widely-used weedkiller.