European Union’s proposed new migration pact generates dissatisfaction on all sides
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European Union’s proposed new migration pact generates dissatisfaction on all sides

In frontier nations there’s worry over the administrative burden. Those involved in rescue missions in…

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Environmental protesters break into German coal mine
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Environmental protesters break into German coal mine

The demonstrators say the government’s commitment to abandon fossil fuels by 2038 is not serious…

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President Trump due to nominate anti-abortion judge to Supreme Court
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President Trump due to nominate anti-abortion judge to Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett has described abortion as “always immoral”. The Republican-dominated Senate is planning to…

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COVID-19: UK braced for anti-lockdown protests as WHO warns 2m could die
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COVID-19: UK braced for anti-lockdown protests as WHO warns 2m could die

Madrid, Moscow, Wales and Israel announced new health measures on Friday in the face of…

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Europe has ‘a lot of work to do’ to prevent COVID-19 transmission, WHO expert warns
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Europe has ‘a lot of work to do’ to prevent COVID-19 transmission, WHO expert warns

Amid rapidly rising cases in Europe, the World Health Organization’s Dr Mike Ryan said that…

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Transgender people still face discrimination in Belgium, claims activist
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Transgender people still face discrimination in Belgium, claims activist

Surrogacy – parenthood at any cost? The emotional and financial price
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Surrogacy – parenthood at any cost? The emotional and financial price

What are the ethical arguments for and against surrogacy in Europe? And is it just…

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COVID-19: EU countries have gone too far with pandemic measures, new report claims
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COVID-19: EU countries have gone too far with pandemic measures, new report claims

A new report by Civil Liberties Union for Europe says some EU countries have gone…

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Will the Swiss vote to end EU freedom of movement in their country?
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Will the Swiss vote to end EU freedom of movement in their country?

Switzerland holds a vote on Sunday over whether to scrap freedom of movement with the EU.…

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Terror probe launched after two wounded in Paris knife attack near Charlie Hebdo former offices
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Terror probe launched after two wounded in Paris knife attack near Charlie Hebdo former offices

The national anti-terrorist prosecutor has been tasked with investigating the incident. READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2020/09/25/four-people-injured-in-knife-attack-near-charlie-hebdo-offices…

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