A compromise put forth by France, Germany, and Spain has been rejected by the Eastern European member states, Ireland as
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The new EU Parliament is set to convene for the first time in Strasbourg on July 2, 2019.
Facebook has removed dozens of pages and hundreds of profiles based on the findings of Avaaz.
Bayer has inherited a large number of lawsuits with its 63-billion-dollar takeover of US company Monsanto.
The Catholic Church in Poland has just recently started to address the issue of child sex abuse that has rattled
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Large swaths of the Southern and Eastern EU are worried about population loss.
Big tech and Internet freedom activists have remained staunchly opposed to the new EU Copyright Directive.
The EU is mostly credited with promiting peace and stability but the EU institutions in Brussels have a rather negative
The ECJ is based on the cases of migrants who came to Germany through other EU states: a Gambian man