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The Brief: 'the last time I was able to talk to my father was 2014'
The Uyghur economist and human rights activist Ilham Tohti is this year's Sakharov Prize winner for dedicating his life to the fight for the rights of China's Muslim minority. In prison for the past five years, he won't be able to collect it. Euronews spoke to his daughter Jewher Ilham.
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Jailed Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov wins EU prize
The Ukrainian filmmaker was arrested in 2014 and sentenced to 20 years in jail on terrorism charges, which he denies.
Brief from Brussels: EU Parliament backs Brexit talks
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: European Parliament members, meeting in Strasbourg, back launch of second phase of Brexit talks, in
Venezuela crisis: 'Resist and fight'
Opposition leader speaks to Euronews on award of EU Sakharov Prize
Venezuela's opposition awarded Sakharov Prize
EU's top human rights award is presented at European Parliament in Strasbourg
Brief from Brussels: EU leader under fire over refugee quotas
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: European Council President Donald Tusk faces criticism, after suggesting that mandatory refugee quotas
Venezuela: Call for EU sanctions ahead of human rights award
EU under pressure as it prepares to award Sakharov Prize to Venezuela's opposition and political prisoners
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Allegations of harassment - Europe's institutions are not immune
This week in State of the Union: Members of the European Parliament have been joining the wide campaign against sexual harassment and abuse. At the
Venezuela's democratic opposition given EU's human rights award
Venezuela’s democratic opposition was awarded the European Union’s human rights award on Thursday and the European Parliament called for a peaceful
Escaped ISIL sex slaves win EP's Sakharov Prize
Two young Yazidi women have picked up this year’s Sakharov Prize.
The Brief from Brussels: Yazidi IS survivors to pick up EU rights prize
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Yazidi IS survivors win EU's rights prize
MEPs have decided that two Yazidi women are the winners of the EU’s annual human rights prize.
MEPs unveil shortlist for EU rights prize
MEPs have approved their final shortlist for the EU’s human rights award, the Sakharov Prize.
The Brief in Brussels: UK's May holds talks ahead of Brexit trigger
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Sakharov Prize an 'historic moment' for jailed Saudi blogger Raif Badawi
Jailed Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi has been officially awarded the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. Collecting the European Parliament
Wife of jailed Saudi blogger hopes Sakharov Prize will be 'gateway to freedom'
Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi is being officially awarded the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought on Wednesday. But the human rights activist
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi wins EU's Sakharov rights prize
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, who has been sentenced to 1,000 lashes and 10 years in jail for insulting Islam and for cyber crime, was awarded the
The Man Who Mends Women: Congolese doctor unveils new documentary
A new documentary by the winner of an EU rights prize highlights the stories of women who have been raped during the conflict in the Democratic
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Europe Weekly: MEPs fret over US spying claims
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly, MEPs call for an inquiry into US surveillance programs and they give the green light to a new draft deal on
Cuba's Ladies in White finally pick up EU rights prize
Cuba’s Ladies in White movement on Tuesday picked up the European Parliament’s Sakarov Prize that they won in 2005. They had to wait eight years