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14 hours ago
Italian liberal MEP and lead candidate for Renew Europe, Sandro Gozi, called the lead-candidate system a "fiction", arguing that the European elections needed transnational lists. Gozi also slammed Ursula von der Leyen once again for flirting with the far-right.
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3 hours ago
Dr Khaled Dawas, a British surgeon returning from working in a Gaza hospital, talks to EUobserver: "You feel completely hopeless," he says. "The problem is the constant demand from trauma patients. It is overwhelming."
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8 hours ago
Spain, Ireland, plus non-EU Norway, are poised to recognise the state of Palestine this week, marking a symbolic step aimed at supporting peace in the region through the two-state solution — but also a break with some other more reluctant EU states.
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The obstacles facing young mothers running to be MEPs

12 days ago
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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Russia Underground – our new podcast mini-series on civil society in Russia

13 days ago
Russia Underground spotlights those inside Russia who oppose the war in Ukraine and resist the regime – despite the ever-growing risks.
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How Bolt watered down the Platform Work Directive

12 days ago
An investigation by EUobserver into several documents, a series of emails and phone call records reveals the influence of Estonia-headquartered Bolt in many key sections of the Platform Work Directive
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