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MEPs denounce fresh reports of migrant pushbacks in Greece
MEPs on the Civil Liberties Committee are calling on the Commission to ensure that the rule of law is respected at the bloc's external border.
Chaos erupts at EU Parliament as three key climate laws postponed
A vote on the Emissions Trading System caused an unexpected domino effect of rejections and delays.
Bosnian film 'Quo Vadis, Aida?' wins European Parliament's film award
The film dramatises events of the Srebrenica massacre, during which Serbian troops sent Bosniak men and boys to death in July 1995.
MEPs cancel official trip to Israel & Palestine after one denied entry
The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the arrival of Manu Pineda, President of the European Parliament's Delegation for relations with Palestine, "was not approved."
MEPs demand sanctions on Schröder over his ties with Russian firms
Gerhard Schröder still holds positions at Rosneft, Russia's leading oil company, and Nord Stream AG.
MEPs meet with UK lawmakers to discuss Ukraine war and Brexit
The joint parliamentary meeting comes in the midst of growing tensions regarding the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Debates and Opinion
What have we learned from the Conference on Future of Europe? | View
Professor Alberto Alemanno examines the lessons learned from the citizen-driven, bottom-up process to reform the EU.
Explained: Why EU countries are at odds over treaty changes
Supporters of treaty changes say that it will make the EU quicker to respond to crises like COVID-19 and the war in Ukraine but opponents say it will take too much political energy that's currently needed elsewhere.
MEPs back COVID pass extension to June 2023
The majority of EU member states no longer require other EU citizens to show proof of vaccination or a negative test to enter their territory.
MEPs refuse to approve Frontex's budget amid misconduct allegations
MEPs are withholding approval of Frontex's budget until they are allowed to see a report on alleged human rights violations by agency staff.
MEPs want to reform how they're elected. Here's how.
EU lawmakers have approved draft legislation to reform the bloc's parliamentary elections which they hope will lead to greater engagement and transparency.
Euronews Debates: What does Macron's second term mean for Europe?
Five Members of the European Parliament shared their views and expectations about the newly re-elected French president.
European Parliament opens spyware investigation as hacks revealed
In Spain, at least 65 people, including four Catalan MEPs, are said to have been spied on between 2017 and 2020.
Watch: Do MEPs think the EU should ban imports of Russian gas and oil?
The bloc has decided to phase out all purchases of Russian coal. Should oil and gas be next?
Ukraine is pushing for EU membership. But what are the real chances?
President Zelenskyy wants his country to join the bloc, but the process is long, arduous and extremely complex.
Listen: Ukrainian translator gets emotional during Zelenskyy's speech
The official Ukrainian-English interpreter for the European Parliament appeared overwhelmed with emotion as he translated a speech by Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
'Nazi salute' in EU parliament was 'an innocent wave', says MEP
Angel Dzhambazki raised his right hand after speaking in a debate on the rule of law in Poland and Hungary.
MEPs back €1.2 billion aid package for Ukraine, but divisions emerge
Far-right and far-left groups refused to support the financial proposal, which is being fast-tracked to ensure a faster disbursement.
Roberta Metsola vows to 'stand up' for EU after election win
Metsola will succeed David Sassoli, who died on 11 January and whose term of office ended this week.
Who's running to be the European Parliament's next president?
The election will be held on Tuesday in Strasbourg.
Rule of law in the EU: Is Slovenia following Hungary's path?
The European Parliament adopted a critical resolution on the backsliding of EU values in Slovenia, without the votes of the powerful EPP centre-right group.
'No more women should die': MEPs slam Poland's near-total abortion ban
It comes after a pregnant woman died from septic shock. Activists say doctors, influenced by the new law, did not carry out a life-saving abortion, waiting instead for the foetus to die.
Frances Haugen: EU has generational opportunity to regulate Facebook
"Democracies must step in and make new laws," the whistleblower told lawmakers in the European Parliament.
MEPs defy Chinese pressure with visit to Taiwan
A delegation of seven Members of the European Parliament is in Taipei for a three-day visit focused on disinformation and election interference.
What do MEPs think of von der Leyen's State of the Union speech?
Euronews speaks with Members of the European Parliament to see how they feel about the many proposals and priorities that von der Leyen outlined during her annual speech.
Governments using Pegasus spyware should be held responsible, says MEP
Hungary was among the governments found to use the spy tech and the German government has since admitted the federal police service also used the spyware.