EU Parliament and Council reach provisional deal to revise human trafficking rules
Negotiators from the European Parliament and the European Council
Malta among states lobbying EU to allow spying on journalists
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Spanish presidency note hints at final form of EMFA
As the European Media Freedom Act (EMFA) is now
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As European institutions tussle over the scope and reach
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In her annual State of the European Union (SOTEU)
MEPs want editorial decisions better protected from political interference
The Culture and Education Committee of the European Parliament
EP’s Legal Affairs Committee adopts anti-SLAPP position, plenary vote next month
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The Malta Business Registry’s overeager move to shut down
EP wants beneficial owners register reopened for journalists and civil society
Two different European parliamentary committees are of the joint
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Members of the Coalition Against SLAPPs in Europe (CASE)
Turkey loses €70 million in pre-accession EU funds over democracy shortfalls
Turkey’s failure to meet conditions to improve rule of
Azerbaijan prisoners tortured and ill-treated – EU torture committee
Prisoners in Azerbaijan are tortured and ill-treated with beatings

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