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Human rights breaches in China and Iran

China must end the forced labour schemes and mass incarcerations of ethnic minoritiesIran must free 2012 Sakharov laureate Nasrin Sotoudeh and halt imminent execution of Ahmadreza Djalali On Thursday, the European Parliament adopted two resolutions taking stock of the human rights situation in China and Iran. Forced

EU-UK relations: Parliament approves temporary rules to keep Eurotunnel working

MEPs adopted temporary measures to keep the tunnel railway connection between continental Europe and the UK running after the end of the transition period. The Parliament approved the temporary rules under urgent procedure with 684 votes in favour (3 against, 2 abstentions). Parliament voted in October on legislation allowing France to

MEPs call for the creation of a Global EU Connectivity Strategy

MEPs urge that connectivity be prioritised in the EU’s work in order to achieve a more proactive European position in global politics. In the report on connectivity and EU-Asia relations, Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs stress the fundamental role that connectivity plays in the geopolitical relations of