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25th Apr 2017

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MEPs call for 'freeze' in Turkey accession talks

The European Parliament has adopted a resolution calling for a "freeze" on negotiations for Turkey's accession to the EU until Turkish authorities end "disproportionate repressive measures". The text, approved by 479 votes to 37 with 107 abstentions, is non-binding. Only the European Commission can recommend the actual suspension of the accession process, and the final decision is up to member states.

Russia suspected of Macron hack

Likely Russian spies tried to steal email passwords from Macron's people the same way they hacked US elections, new study says.

Investigation

Le Pen-Poutine: des liens qui remontent à loin

La leader du Front National a rencontré le président russe trois fois, et non pas une comme elle l'affirme. Mais l'argent que son parti a obtenu, et sous quelles conditions, restent un mystère.

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