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UK may reverse Brexit post polls: EU Parliament President

UK may reverse Brexit post polls: EU Parliament President

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani has said that Brexit, a term that describes United Kingdom`s withdrawal from European Union, could be reversed after the snap elections.

EU Parliament head bans top Syrian official after attack: Document

European Parliament head Antonio Tajani has banned a top Syrian official from a conference on the conflict after the suspected chemical attack on a rebel-held town earlier this week.

Merkel's party easily beats centre-left in state poll

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party easily won a regional election Sunday, dealing an early blow to centre-left hopes of ending her more than decade-long reign.

European Union to hold special Brexit summit April 29: President Donald Tusk

The EU`s remaining 27 member states will hold a special summit on April 29 to decide the political objectives for Brexit talks, president Donald Tusk said on Tuesday.

German Social Democrats steady just behind Merkel's conservatives: Poll

In a direct matchup, Angela Merkel gained one percentage point to 39 percent support, compared to 36 percent for Martin Schulz.

Marine Le Pen loses immunity over Islamic State tweets

The European Parliament has revoked French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen`s immunity for tweeting pictures of violence by Islamic State (IS) terror group.

British PM calls for early Brexit talks with new European Parliament President

British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Saturday for an early meeting with the new President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani to discuss Britain's exit from the European Union.

Turkey's Erdogan threatens to open borders to migrants

Turkey's Erdogan threatens to open borders to migrants

Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday, threatened to throw open Turkey's borders to illegal migrants, after the European Parliament voted to back a freeze in membership talks with Ankara.

EU Parliament votes for freeze of Turkish membership talks

EU Parliament votes for freeze of Turkish membership talks

Turkey immediately branded the non-binding vote "insignificant", while Erdogan had already said in his latest broadside against the European Union that the result was worthless.

Martin Schulz to quit as EU Parliament chief, enter German politics

Germany`s Martin Schulz said on Thursday he would step down as head of the European Parliament and return to national politics in elections next year.

EU lawmakers' vote on Turkish membership "has no value": Tayyip Erdogan

EU lawmakers' vote on Turkish membership "has no value": Tayyip Erdogan

Leading members of the European Parliament on Tuesday called for a halt to membership talks with Turkey because of its post-coup purges.

European Parliament awards Sakharov prize to Yazidi women, says Liberal group

The European Parliament has awarded its Sakharov Prize for freedom of thought and expression to two women from Iraq`s Yazidi community who suffered attack and persecution by Islamic State, according to the Liberals group in the parliament.

India's Balochistan push works, European Parliament warns Pakistan of sanctions over atrocities on Balochi people

India's Balochistan push works, European Parliament warns Pakistan of sanctions over atrocities on Balochi people

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to corner Pakistan over Balochistan issue seems to be yielding positive outcome.

Exploitative nature of CPEC raised at 33rd UNHRC session

Exploitative nature of CPEC raised at 33rd UNHRC session

Friends of Gilgit Baltistan, an international organization set up by a few Members of the European Parliament, held a seminar last week on the sidelines of the 33rd UNHRC session in Geneva, on the exploitative nature of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Gilgit Baltistan and Pakistan Administered Kashmir.

EU seeks to spur fast broadband roll-out with telecoms reform

EU seeks to spur fast broadband roll-out with telecoms reform

The European Union aims to spur the roll-out of fast broadband across the 28-nation bloc by relaxing rules that force telecom companies to open up their networks to competitors.

EU proposes more common asylum rules to limit refugees' movement

The European Commission proposed to harmonise further EU asylum rules.

Boost for UK Labour leader against party rebels

Boost for UK Labour leader against party rebels

Jeremy Corbyn won a crucial victory against rebels seeking to unseat him.

Boost for UK Labour leader against party rebels

Boost for UK Labour leader against party rebels

Jeremy Corbyn won a crucial victory against rebels seeking to unseat him.

Mahmud Abbas rejects charges of 'blood libel' against Jews

"Palestine is the cradle of the three monotheistic faiths. We stand strongly against any attack on any religion," says Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas.

European Parliament approves sharing air passenger data to fight terror

European Parliament approves sharing air passenger data to fight terror

The European Parliament voted Thursday to allow airlines to share passenger information with EU states in a bid to detect jihadists, the culmination of a five-year debate that intensified after the Paris and Brussels attacks.