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Latest update : 2014-05-16

France 24's caravan heads to the Netherlands

Geert Wilders’ anti-Islam Freedom Party is poised to make big gains in the upcoming elections. But in this prosperous nation of seafarers and traders, many warn growing Euroscepticism risks damaging the country’s export-driven economy. Nowhere is it more visible than in the city of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port. But as journalist from De Telegraaf told us, the EU’s ageing structures urgently "need a facelift" if it no longer wants to be perceived as an "old lady in a rocking chair".

Report by Aurore Cloé Dupuis, Julie Dungelhoeff and Mayssa Awad.




2016-10-22 trade

Belgian region defies EU over CETA free trade deal

The region of Wallonia in Belgium is holding out on signing a deal that heads of state from all of the EU's 28 countries say would boost business and create jobs. CETA, the...

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2016-10-22 immigration

EU bargains with Africa over migration

As France begins to dismantle the sprawling refugee camp in Calais, Germany and other EU states want migrants and refugees in their countries to be sent back to Greece....

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2016-10-15 Freedom of the press

Polish civil society leader slams 'illiberal regime' in Warsaw

Since the Law and Justice party came to power in Poland last year, EU officials have accused the government of trying to control the constitutional court, the civil service and...

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2016-10-15 abortion

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Poles have stared down their government’s proposed ban on abortion. Massive protests and strikes forced the ruling conservative party to withdraw a bill that would have outlawed...

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2016-10-08 Hungary

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This week, the EU launched a new border agency and Hungary held a referendum calling on people to reject EU refugee quotas. Although a large majority of voters voted "yes" in the...

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