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This week's Euroscopic gets into the digital challenges facing the next European Commission, the ICC's decision to issue arrest warrants against Israeli and Hamas leaders, and the situation in Georgia.
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A pro-Palestinian phrase used by Spain's deputy prime minister has elicited a sharp rebuke from Israel, posing questions about freedom of expression.
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At the risk of confusing or even misleading voters, French public television this week arranged a major TV debate between the far-right top EU candidate Jordan Bardella, and the French prime minister Gabriel Attal – who is not even a contender in June's elections.
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The obstacles facing young mothers running to be MEPs

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Whereas for men, having a family can be a political advantage, for women it can seem yet another barrier to achieving their political goals.
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