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5 hours ago
Negotiators from the main Spanish political parties have agreed to renovate one of the country's most senior judicial bodies and to reform the way its judges are appointed, after the intervention of Brussels as a mediator in the talks. 
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8 hours ago
Russia has banned 81 EU-based media, including EUobserver, saying they "systematically disseminate false information about the progress of a special military operation [Russia's invasion of Ukraine]".
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7 hours ago
As the chief of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen has become one of Europe's most influential women — a powerful position that she has been fighting to keep. But what could five more years of von der Leyen mean for the EU?
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Five things to know about the European elections in Germany

26 days ago
As the largest member state in the 27-nation bloc, the distribution of its 96 seats is important in shaping the future of EU decision-making. Here's what to expect from the European elections in Germany.
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Disinformation often worst three days ahead of EU elections, says official

19 days ago
EU officials are raising the alarm at the increasing sophistication of disinformation campaigns — as tens of millions of European citizens head to the voting booths over the next few days.
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Italy's journalism never recovered from Berlusconi — under Meloni, it's getting worse

5 days ago
'Today it's less risky to criticise the Pope, even very harshly, than the CEO of a company,' one Italian journalist told EUobserver. Italy's freedom of the press — never recovered from the era of Silvio Berlusconi, has got worse under Georgia Meloni, with a harsh new defamation law and corporate buyouts of independent news agencies.
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