The EPP Group held its 23rd Annual Intercultural Dialogue with Churches and Religious Institutions today. The event brought together leading MEPs, with high-ranking representatives from


If journalists cannot do their job freely, our democracies will cease to be democracies. We must do more to protect journalists and ensure freedom of the media and media pluralism in all EU


Today,  European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will present  new legislation for minimum wages in the EU. Dennis Radtke MEP, EPP Group Spokesman in the Employment and


A Jewish student was seriously injured in an attack near a synagogue in Hamburg. It happened on October 4, just days before the yearly date commemorating the Halle synagogue attack.

Three men suspected of involvement in the 1994 Rwanda genocide have been arrested and charged in Belgium with serious abuse of human rights, the prosecutor's office said Saturday.


Torn from their parents, brought up in a convent then abandoned when the Belgian Congo gained independence.

Belgian police arrested several people on Saturday (Aug 8) after a brawl broke out on a beach between officers and youths they had told to leave for refusing to respect virus safety measures.

Cyprus decided Friday to welcome tourists from Britain, its largest market, from 1 August if that country’s coronavirus outbreak remains on a downward trend.

The EU cannot agree on a list of "safe countries" from where travellers could visit Europe in July, with some member states requiring more time to decide, diplomats said Saturday.

As some Brussels cafes reopened after almost three months of lockdown, thirsty Belgian drinkers were more than ready.