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A moving target: EU aid to ACP states

01/12/2014 20:05

Fitz A Jackson, Co-President of the EU-ACP Assembly, gives an overview of over 40 years of EU-ACP Development Cooperation and pinpoints today's major challenges.

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Calls to prioritise education and health in Africa and the Caribbean

01/12/2014 19:10

As the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly gets underway, MEPs look to channel EU Development Funds into health and education and boost Africa's recent growth.

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Lima Climate Conference: can Europe chart the global course?

28/11/2014 14:22

It's crunch time for Europe to lead the way and bring big climate players on side, but will they have the muscle to do so? MEP Giovanni La Via gives us his predictions.

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On the Agenda: Questions of trade

28/11/2014 12:26

MEPs discuss free trade with the US and the Russian ban on EU food imports with Commissioners, the EP screens LUX Prize contenders and the EU-ACP conference gets underway.

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Censure motion against Commission over "Lux leaks" defeated

27/11/2014 19:00

Thumping house majority backs Juncker and Commission colleagues after eurosceptic alliance attempts to remove them from office.

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Plenary Zapping: Papal visit, Sakharov Prize and Juncker’s investment plan

27/11/2014 18:21

Disagreement over Juncker’s investment plan but standing ovations, applause and dancing in the hemicycle as Pope Francis addresses Parliament and Denis Mukwege receives the Sakharov Prize 2014.

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Juncker's investment plan: built on sand or solid ground?

26/11/2014 20:14

Will Juncker be able to amass the 315 billion euros pledged in his new plan to stimulate EU growth? EU Commissioner Moscovici and MEPs Langen and Matias give us their views.

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EU Budget Showdown / Juncker investment plan / Children's rights

26/11/2014 19:31

Juncker presents his 315-billion euro plan, children's rights are given centre stage, and Parliament locks horns with the Council over the 2015 EU Budget.

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Sakharov laureate Dr Mukwege: Congolese women thirst for justice

26/11/2014 19:26

Denis Mukwege receives Parliament's Sakharov Prize 2014 and appeals to the EU to help fight sexual violence against women as a weapon of war in Congo.

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State visit: Pope Francis calls for Europe to revitalise vision

25/11/2014 21:15

On an historic visit to the Strasbourg Parliament, Pope Francis stresses the central place of solidarity and people-centred service in all EU action.

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EU Own Resources / Violence against women / Data exchange

25/11/2014 21:14

MEPs back call for an end to violence against women, vote to seek Court of Justice decision on the use of passenger data and reject Council request for delayed EU budget repayments.

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Sakharov laureate Dr Mukwege: the man who heals women

25/11/2014 08:00

An exceptional journey into the work and fight of Parliament's 2014 Sakharov Prize winner Dr Denis Mukwege to help women victims of sexual violence in the DRC.

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Dr Denis Mukwege: Justice now for sexual violence victims

24/11/2014 15:33

Parliament's new Sakharov Prize laureate calls for international action to end impunity and bring justice for women victims of brutal sexual violence in the DRC.

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Miracles on wheels

21/11/2014 17:30

They not only create employment for over 650,000 Europeans but they can also increase life expectancy, improve urban mobility and save the Earth: bicycles.

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On the Agenda: Pope / Sakharov Prize / EU-ACP / Climate change

21/11/2014 13:59

The Strasbourg plenary is graced by the visit of Pope Francis, Dr Denis Mukwege is awarded the Sakharov Prize, a vote on censuring the Commission and much more.

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Climate targets: keeping up with the global giants

21/11/2014 10:11

Are new targets on the mark to stay ahead of the game in energy while boosting the competitiveness of the industry in Europe? Our panel debates.

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'We know very little about how the brain works'

19/11/2014 18:17

2013 Nobel laureate Thomas Südhof on his work in exploring how the human brain processes information and its bearing on treating diseases like Alzheimer's.

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Pope Francis to encounter a different Europe

18/11/2014 14:42

The Holy See's EU Representative, Alain Lebeaupin, talks of the changes to Europe since John Paul II's visit and the message Pope Francis will bring to the Strasbourg plenary.

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Ireland, Europe's economic poster boy?

14/11/2014 18:18

Or does the country's recovery mask deeper social and economic problems shared across the EU?

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Zapping: a mini plenary of animated debates

13/11/2014 19:49

After honouring the fall of the Berlin Wall, MEPs grilled Jean-Claude Juncker over Lux leaks and discussed illegal Turkish oil prospecting and the Northern Ireland Peace process.

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Spend for impact, not for the sake of spending - Vitor Caldeira

13/11/2014 17:25

Reviewing EU spending in 2013, Court of Auditors chief Vitor Caldeira says the focus should be on achieving results.

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Beyond capitalism, towards a sharing economy

11/11/2014 18:29

Europe is leading a third industrial revolution, says Jeremy Rifkin, and it's all about sharing, the internet, renewable energy and new modes of transport.

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When the Berlin Wall fell

07/11/2014 17:13

A look back at one of the most momentous events in modern European history through the eyes of two Germans and one French President.

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On the Brussels Agenda: PNR, Berlin Wall, EU freedoms

07/11/2014 11:57

MEPs debate passenger data collection to fight Islamic State while a mini-plenary focuses on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the EU's "four freedoms".

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