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Atrocities in Belarus: Members demand an end to impunity for regime crimes

MEPs and experts discussed the latest developments in Belarus, including possible international legal paths to bring regime officials guilty of human rights violations to justice, on Friday. During the debate, most of the invited speakers outlined the unprecedented and large-scale continuous repression of the Belarusian people,

Sakharov Prize 2020: MEPs select the finalists

The democratic opposition in Belarus, Guapinol activists and Berta Cáceres, and the archbishop of Mosul were shortlisted for the 2020 Sakharov Prize on Monday. Following a joint vote by MEPs in the Foreign Affairs and Development committees on Monday 12 October, the finalists for the 2020

Senior EU political figures warn UK that ‘time is short’ for Brexit deal

David McAllister, who chairs Parliament’s UK Coordination Group, said the talks have entered a “very crucial phase.” McAllister’s comments were echoed by European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič, who went further, calling into question the UK’s “good faith” in the ongoing talks. Tensions between the two sides