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EU starts lawsuit against Germany for evading habitat directive

The European Commission has taken Germany to the European Court of Justice for insufficient biodiversity. After years of warnings and reminders ...

European judges examine the holes in cigarette filters

A Dutch judge has submitted a complaint from non-smokers and health organizations to the European Court of Justice. The plaintiffs want a verdict ...

The Netherlands and EU may have the Kurds try their IS fighters

The Netherlands wants to investigate with other EU countries whether it is possible to cooperate with Kurds in the trial of European IS jihad fighters. The Dutch minister ...

European Parliament urges EU ministers to tackle Poland and Hungary

The European Parliament is of the opinion that the EU governments should finally tackle the sleepers Poland and Hungary. The European Parliament and ...

EU asks the Court of Justice for a quick ruling on Polish case law

The European Commission is once again launching criminal proceedings against Poland because Warsaw is not complying with European rules for independent justice ....

Withdrawal of mandate of Catalan MEP controversial

After a months-long legal battle, former Catalan Prime Minister Carles Puigdemont and MEP Toni Comin in Strasbourg still have their seats ...

EU parliament admits two Catalan politicians; third still in Spanish cell

The European Parliament will officially recognize Catalan politicians Carles Puigdemont, Toni Comin and Oriol Junqueras as members next week. The...

EU Court: Spain must recognize the election of Catalan European politicians

The European Court of Justice has ruled that the Catalan political leader Oriol Junqueras imprisoned in Madrid had parliamentary immunity ...

European Parliament restricts hiring cheap Eastern European truckers

Bulgaria and Lithuania are planning to initiate legal proceedings against the impending new directive on work ...

EU elaborates Dutch proposal for punishment for human rights criminals

The European Union can soon impose fines and other penalties on persons and companies that violate human rights or who do not abide by them ...

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