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Green-lit migration pact will play a significant role in the European elections

Crossing Borders, Politics

The European Parliament has approved the migration pact, albeit with some tense moments of hesitation. The pro-European parties hope that...
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French police taking increasingly aggressive action against migrant boats

Crossing Borders

The French police are taking increasingly aggressive action against migrants who want to cross the Channel in boats. This is evident from a...
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Orban’s former strongman exposes corruption: new ‘white knight’ or vindictive enemy?

Politics

Peter Magyar, a former confidant of Orban, released a recording in which his ex-wife – former Justice Minister Judit Varga – accuses a...
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The Jungle of Calais: “There is only misery here”

Featured

The asylum crisis in northern France has never been more urgent since 2016. Crossing attempts across the Channel are more numerous than in...
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Radical rightwing PVV can thank centre-right for electoral gains

Politics

It was quite a painful moment, Wednesday evening. At the VVD meeting, Mark Rutte suddenly had a microphone shoved under his nose. A...
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Peaceful protest in Brussels

Featured, Politics

At least 21,000 demonstrators according to police figures, double that according to the organizers. Half of them wore a keffiyeh, the scarf...
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25 years after the end of the Troubles: ‘Many Northern Irish are still mentally at war’

Featured, Politics

Twenty-five years after the end of the civil war in Northern Ireland, real peace is still waiting. Protestants and Catholics still largely...
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‘Here on Svalbard, climate change is happening frighteningly fast’

Climate

The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard is warming six times faster than the global average. Natural disasters threaten the inhabitants,...
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Tensions rise in Bosnia as Dodik eyes the invasion of Ukraine

Politics

Russia’s re-invasion of Ukraine is reawakening war demons in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Putin-backed Serb and Croat nationalists are...
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