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MEPs launch hotline to tip off 'shady lobbying' in EU institutions
The hotline website promises to guarantee complete anonymity for staff of EU institutions that come forward to tip off any irregularities in lobbying practices by Big Tech companies.
Corruption scandal: MEPs lift Cozzolino and Tarabella's immunities
Both MEPs deny any involvement in the illicit lobbying allegedly conducted by Qatar by Morocco.
Corruption scandal: Two more MEPs set to have immunity lifted
Both deny any involvement in the illicit lobbying scandal allegedly involving Qatar and Morocco.
Body probing MEPs' conduct should get more powers & funds: EU watchdog
EU Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly welcomed the proposals unveiled by European Parliament chief Roberta Metsola to crack down on corruption and increase transparency but said that more could be done.
Iran imposes sanctions against MEPs and EU institutions
The move from Tehran is seen as a tit-for-tat response to recent European sanctions against Iranian officials linked to a crackdown on nationwide protests.
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State of the Union: What were the top stories in the EU this week?
Here are the topics the EU talked about most this week: Corruption in the European Parliament and Greta's coal mine protest in Germany.
MEPs vote to condemn Morocco for first time in 25 years
The resolution on the country comes amidst the EU Parliament corruption scandal to which Rabat has been linked.
Ex-MEP in EU corruption scandal admits ties to Qatar, Morocco - lawyer
Belgian authorities have so far not confirmed the countries at the heart of the cash-for-favours scandal, dubbed Qatargate.
MEPs back plans to limit export of EU waste outside bloc
'This is a true victory for the next generations': The EU takes step towards banning export of waste
European Parliament starts process to waive immunity of two more MEPs
Marc Tarabella and Andrea Cozzolino are both members of the Socialists & Democrats Group.
Qatargate: 'No evidence' against MEP Eva Kaili, her lawyer says
The Greek European parliamentarian maintains she is not guilty of accepting bribes from Qatar.
Here are the 5 films nominated for the LUX Audience Award
The Lux Audience Award is a prize awarded for the best European film by the public and members of the European Parliament.
Sakharov human rights prize 'protects freedom', Zelenskyy tells MEPs
Ukraine's leader said the award of the European Parliament's top human rights prize to the Ukrainian people will protect "freedom, human rights, the rule of law and other common values".
MEP Eva Kaili ousted as VP as Qatar corruption probe widens
The European Parliament's political leaders meet on Tuesday to vote on ending the Greek MEP's term in office, as a Belgian probe widens into alleged influence-peddling by the Gulf state.
Senior MEP Eva Kaili in custody over 'bags of cash from Qatar'
Greek socialist MEP Eva Kaili, one of four people charged with corruption, has been remanded in custody after Belgian investigators reportedly found "bags of cash" in her home.
Brussels to decide if EU funds for Hungary should be blocked
The European Commission is considering freezing cohesion funds for Budapest after the Hungarian government implemented 17 measures to tackle corruption concerns. Brussels will make a decision based on Hungary’s efforts on November 30.
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'State-terrorists': MEPs react after EU Parliament blacklists Russia
'State-terrorists': MEPs react after EU parliament blacklists Russia
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What were the top stories in Europe this week?
The European Parliament declared Russia a "state sponsor of terrorism" this week in a vote overwhelmingly backed by MEPs.
The European Parliament marks 70th anniversary in Strasbourg
The prime ministers of Belgium, France and Luxembourg addressed the parliament as part of the ceremony as the three countries are the body's host nations.
EU-Brazil relations set to change following Lula victory, says expert
The EU-Mercosur trade deal is still to be ratified by member states, after being put on hold since 2019.