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Council of Europe urges Hungary to suspend laws on NGOs, universities
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EU foreign ministers said on Tuesday the bloc would not push ahead with membership talks with Turkey but rejected calls by Austria and European lawmakers to freeze the process because of Ankara’s secu
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Europe "must capitalise on gay rights momentum"
Europe must build on momentum generated by a series of landmark decisions on recognising gay relationships, campaigners have urged. The European
Europe 'failing over freedom of courts and press'
A new report by a European watchdog has run the rule over the state of human rights, democracy and the judiciary across the continent. The Council of