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The diplomatic gaffe caused uproar and comes with gender equality in the spotlight in Turkey after the country pulled out of a treaty aimed at stopping domestic violence.
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Relations between the bloc and Beijing have taken a sudden turn for the worse after Brussels coordinated sanctions with its Western allies.
MEPs vote to declare EU a 'freedom zone' for LGBT people
It's a response to more than 100 municipalities in Poland declaring themselves zones free of LGBT people and ideology.
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MEPs to personally investigate Frontex amid pushback allegations
Members of the European Parliament will conduct a fact-finding mission to shed light on the accusations surrounding the EU's border control agency.
Europe's recovery must focus on investment, says ECB chief
Christine Lagarde told European lawmakers on Monday that the recovery from the pandemic needs to focus on investment.
Colombia seeing a significant increase in violence this year
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Prioritise jobs during Portugal's EU presidency, say MEPs
Portugal's six-month presidency of the EU Council began at the start of this year.
Future trade deals won't be negotiated as fast as Brexit, says MEP
London and Brussels agreed on a post-Brexit trade deal just before Christmas, giving their respective parliaments little time to scrutinise the agreement.
Brussels-Beijing deal could threaten cooperation with US on China
The EU's landmark agreement with Beijing could complicate transatlantic cooperation on China after Biden's team signalled disapproval of the deal.
MEPs will see EU vaccine contract but calls for more transparency grow
MEPs will see details of the EU's deal with COVID-19 vaccine provider CureVac on Tuesday. But that hasn't stopped calls for Brussels to be more transparent on all its vaccine contracts.
EU no longer recognises Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's interim president
The European Union has dropped its recognition of Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's interim president after he lost his position as head of its parliament.
MEPs approve no-deal preparations, but still favour Brexit agreement
Members of the European Parliament voted in favour of the Commission's no-deal Brexit contingency plans on Friday, but were still holding out hope that an agreement could be reached in time.
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya: EU sanctions against Belarus not enough
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Belarus' democratic opposition leader, spoke exclusively to Euronews as she accepted the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize on behalf of the country's opposition.
MEPs vote for easier repair of phones, in end to big tech's monopoly
The European Parliament passed a report on Wednesday, recommending to the Commission that they propose regulations to give consumers the right to repair their electronic devices outside of the company they buy them from without devaluing the product, in a major blow to big tech companies.
EU seeks agreement on migration proposal at high-level conference
European lawmakers and stakeholders met in Brussels on Thursday to discuss migration, as the bloc seeks consensus on one of its most divisive issues.
Brussels considers whether to lift Puigdemont's parliamentary immunity
Spain wants MEP Puigdemont's parliamentary immunity lifted so it can put him on trial over Catalonia's independence referendum in 2017.
Orban's new laws a distraction from real problems, says MEP
Viktor Orbán's new laws against opposing political parties and minority groups are a distraction from the country's real problems, according to one MEP.
MEPs want to see what's in EU's coronavirus vaccine contracts
They are concerned EU countries might have to pick up the tab if anything goes wrong with the vaccines.
EU campaign to make repairing devices easier faces an uphill battle
Campaigners are bidding to make it easier to fix electronic devices, thereby reducing waste and helping the environment. But are MEPs on board?
Linking rule of law respect to EU funds 'is a red line for MEPs'
The European Parliament (EP) is currently locked in negotiations with the European Council over approving the bloc's €1.8 trillion budget.
EU 'not prepared for next pandemic', say MEPs
MEPs from the European Parliament's committee responsible for public health have said that the EU will not be ready for another pandemic, unless more funds are put towards it.
Calls to exclude convicted far-right MEP from European Parliament
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MEPs slam EU rule of law measures as 'ill-equipped and ineffective'
Ahead of a vote on the issue Wednesday, MEPs have accused Germany of watering down plans already agreed by EU leaders on reining in countries over democratic backsliding.
Belarus opposition activists nominated for EU human rights prize
The Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, first inaugurated in 1988, honours people or groups who defend human rights around the globe.
EU countries have gone too far with COVID restrictions, claims report
A new report by Civil Liberties Union for Europe says some EU countries have gone too far with the measures they have taken to fight COVID-19, eroding basic rights and civil liberties.