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'Two thirds of victims of human trafficking in Europe are EU nationals'

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The Moroccan teacher improving his pupils' lives; and Turkey's violent crackdown on students

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French delegation in China to develop trade ties

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TALKING EUROPE

Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2010-06-11

Dutch election: who will the Liberals pick?

The Netherlands looks set to endure protracted coalition talks and a possible unstable government after Wednesday's elections. The Liberal VVD party has won a narrow majority. But with 24 seats, Geert Wilders and his populist anti-Islam Freedom Party are regarded as the real winners of the poll.

With our guests:

Toine MANDERS, Dutch MEP(Liberals and Democrats)

Judith MERKIES, Dutch MEP (Socialists and Democrats)

Sophia in 't VELD, Dutch MEP (Liberals and Democrats)

Philip EBELS, Dutch freelance journalist

  

Presented by Christophe Robeet

Prepared by Soumaya Benaïssa

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2018-06-25 Catherine NICHOLSON

'Two thirds of victims of human trafficking in Europe are EU nationals'

While Europe's migration crisis continues to preoccupy the public and political leaders, there’s another kind of migration - a kind of forced migration - that's getting a lot...

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2018-06-25 Catherine NICHOLSON

A new stance on immigration? Europe's latest tussle over migrants

It's been three years since the number of people seeking to enter the EU hit a major spike. 2015 was the year that Germany took in more than a million people, fences were put up...

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2018-06-18 Catherine NICHOLSON

EU ombudsman: 'Just raising an issue can be sufficient to change things'

This week, we're talking about something we all like to indulge in sometimes: complaints. The European Union is the focus of literally thousands of official ones every year....

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2018-06-18 Armen GEORGIAN

Trouble in the eurozone: New Italian government puts pressure on establishment

Italy's new government has vowed to spend on the poor and also finance tax cuts. Those spending plans have the eurozone establishment worried. Will Rome blow up the budget...

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2018-06-11 Armen GEORGIAN

EU, UN team up to empower women

Talking Europe brings you a special edition from the European Development Days, featuring the head of UN Women and the EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and...

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