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EUROPE NOW

We take you to the 28 EU member states for a series of exclusive reports and interviews with local MEPs. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2017-05-10

How is Belgium coping, one year after the Brussels attacks?

More than a year after the Brussels terror attacks, Belgian Socialist MEP Maria Arena takes us to a theatre in Charleroi, Wallonia, to talk about terrorism through the play "Djihad". Also, with an unemployment rate of 13.2%, what makes the French-speaking Wallonia region of Belgium different to that of Flanders? We focus on the field of science and meet employees of the Biopark research centre in Charleroi.

Presented by Luke Brown
Camera: Stephane Bodenne and Johan Bodin
Video Editing: Floriant Fernandez and Joël Procope
Sound: Colin Idier
 

By Luke BROWN

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2018-05-28 Europe Now

Slovakia rocked by murder of investigative journalist

In 2018, Hungary and Slovakia have both been under scrutiny over their behaviour as European member states. Both countries are facing European sanctions for refusing to...

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2018-05-28 Europe Now

Hungary under Viktor Orban

The River Danube isn’t the only thing that links Hungary and Slovakia. Both countries share a common history – as part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, as members of the Cold-War...

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2018-03-05 Europe Now

Reunifying Cyprus: Hopes and fears, 44 years on (part 2)

Barbed wire, checkpoints, abandoned buildings and military bases: all of these are common sights in Cyprus - a country that remains split in two, 44 years after the Turkish...

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2018-03-05 Europe Now

Reunifying Cyprus: Hopes and fears, 44 years on (part 1)

Barbed wire, checkpoints, abandoned buildings and military bases: all of these are common sights in Cyprus - a country that remains split in two, 44 years after the Turkish...

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2017-12-23 Europe Now

To split or not to split? Where next for Spain and Catalonia? (Part 1)

It's the land of Dali, Gaudi, Pep Guardiola, tourism, industries, mountains, sea ports - and most recently, also very vocal and emotional separatist sentiment. Catalonia's...

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