10.10.13 @ 14:45
MEPs Thursday gave the green light to a new European Border Surveillance system. Critics says the deal places too much emphasis on stopping migration rather than saving lives.
19.09.13 @ 08:50
19.09.13 @ 08:49
25.09.13 @ 09:25
02.10.13 @ 09:27
The EU commission wants to fingerprint anyone who enters the EU, but critics say it risks violating numerous privacy rights.
23.09.13 @ 08:42
Private security companies operating UK-based immigrant removal centres use formulas to calculate the profit loss incurred when detainees commit suicide under their watch.
01.10.13 @ 09:02
EOS, a trade body of some of Europe's main arms dealers, wants to buy and sell EU maritime surveillance data, in its latest push to shape EU policy.
19.09.13 @ 08:50
An EU IT agency has awarded a contract to a firm linked with the late Colonel Gaddafi’s efforts to track and torture people during the Libyan revolution.
News in Brief
- Czech parties agree coalition deal
- Greek government resumes troika talks
- Romania rejects Canadian gold mine project
- Commission takes action against Croatia over budget deficit
- Commission fines pharma giants €16 million
- Failure to agree on savings law 'incomprehensible'
- MEPs approve emissions 'backloading' scheme
- Two French soldiers die in Central African Republic
- France wants EU to chip into Africa mission
- Police move against protesters in Kiev
- 'Virtual borders' scheme to track every non-EU citizen
- Security industry is shaping EU legislation
- MEPs approve EU border surveillance system
- Private firms put price tag on migrant suicides
- Private security firms cash in on guarding EU borders
- EU looks to 'hybrid drones' for legal shortcut on migration
- Gaddafi-tainted firm scoops EU contract
- InvestigationEUobserver investigative reports
- InvestigationAbout Nikolaj Nielsen
- EU pays salaries of phantom workers in Palestine@ 10:20
- Ministers edge toward bank resolution deal after marathon talks@ 09:29
- Ukraine police attack protesters under Ashton's nose@ 09:28
- Romanian MPs decriminalise political corruption@ 09:05
- OpinionCities show leadership on Roma inclusion@ 09:00
- Austria and Luxembourg accused of undermining EU credibility10'th @ 20:15
- Euro-deputies reject ban on bottom-sea trawling10'th @ 20:03
- Parliament fails to pass report on women's reproductive rights10'th @ 16:47
- Fresh corruption scandal engulfs Deutsche Bank10'th @ 09:29
- Member states agree reforms on foreign worker rules10'th @ 09:25
- EMHRN: Human Rights Day: govs stripping away freedom of assembly ?
- EIPA: Seminar: EU Law for Non-Lawyers, Luxembourg, 24-26/02/14
- EIPA: EU Environmental Law for Non-Lawyers, Luxembourg, 30-31/01/14
- EFA: Book on Minimum Standards of Care for COPD patients in the EU
- Counter Balance: Natural Capital: a fairytale with an unhappy ending
- Oxfam: Leaked EU document proves financial transaction tax is legal
- Birdlife: Wind farms: new report shows how to reduce environmental impact
- EMHRN: Israel’s Culture of Impunity: Nothing Less than Accountability!
- ECPA: Crop diversity, food safety and food security under threat in Europe
- EPF: Press conference on cross-border healthcare and patients' rights
- After Vilnius: tough year aheadNeighbourhood
- What happened to the EU2020 strategy?Progressive Change
- This is a very dead horse - stop floggingAnother Look
- Facebook isn't our friendExposing Corporate Europe
- Moscow Never SleepsBelarus Reloaded
- The trouble with Europe’s big thinking? Europe’s big states.Super Commuter
- Don´t take their word for itAnother Look
- Eurasian Union's problem with Russian nationalismNeighbourhood
- COP 19: Walking about Warsaw in circlesGlobal challenges
- Does UKIP now have the cash to cause an earthquake?The Fox Edition