Thomas Cook, Juncker, Extremism, Turkey-Syria
The European Parliament plenary session supported measures to help tourists and tourism businesses cope with the bankruptcy of Thomas Cook. MEPs took stock of the five-year Juncker Commission and...
Oct 24, 2019 - Latest News-Multimedia
Tougher laws against extremism needed after Halle attack
The recent right-wing extremist shootings in Halle that killed two people on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur has stirred calls for stronger EU laws against terrorism and extremism. The fact the...
Oct 22, 2019 - Latest News-Multimedia
Combating terrorism with sharper tools for law enforcement, combating extremism
The EPP Group has worked hard in the European Parliament to give law enforcement better tools to track down terror suspects and combat extremism. From airline passenger records to cutting...
Apr 25, 2019 - Latest News-Multimedia
1 hour rule to remove online terror content
European authorities could force websites to remove online terrorist content within the hour under a proposed law approved in the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs...
Apr 09, 2019 - Latest News-Multimedia
The EU needs to send Russia a clear message about possible further sanctions
The European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee has approved a Report on EU-Russia relations. Sandra Kalniete MEP, Vice-Chair of the EPP Group, wrote the Report which lists a number of Russian...
Feb 05, 2019 - Latest News-Multimedia
Anti-terror, Sakharov Prize, Brexit, Cyprus, Japan trade
At the latest European Parliament plenary session, which took place the same week as a terrorist attack on the Strasbourg Christmas market, MEPs approved a Special Committee report on terrorism,...
Dec 13, 2018 - Latest News-Multimedia
EU future, terror financing, journalist murders, Facebook scandal
The European Parliament debated the French President’s future-minded EU reform ideas with the EPP Group calling for greater security for Europeans. Parliament approved legislation to intensify...
Apr 19, 2018 - Latest News-Multimedia
Beware of Russian Trojan Horses in the EU
At an event in the European Parliament, MEPs and analysts urged the EU to remain vigilant against Russian meddling in Europe’s affairs following Putin’s re-election and the poisoning of a former...
Apr 11, 2018 - Latest News-Multimedia
Protecting the rights of victims of terrorism in the EU
The European Parliament’s Special Committee on Terrorism held a public hearing on the rights of victims of terrorism. In 2016 and 2017, terrorism claimed the lives of 203 people in the European...
Mar 22, 2018 - Latest News-Multimedia
Boosting Europe’s defence capabilities
The European Parliament is considering a proposal to set up an EU fund to help the defence industry across the EU develop defence capabilities to protect Europeans. EPP Group MEP Françoise...
Feb 21, 2018 - Latest News-Multimedia
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