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EU Commission finds Google guilty of abusing its influence to cement its dominance
The measure was taken ahead of an EU Parliament vote scheduled for July 5 seeking to strengthen copyright enforcement
The proposal is likely to face a battle according to Britain's Financial Times newspaper
Is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) a meaningful step towards protecting privacy on the internet?
Top stories and more: EU sets a three-month deadline for social media giants to speed up removal of extremist online content
Recent renewable projects in Europe could signal an acceleration of subsidy-free energy endeavours.
EU and countries in the Horn of Africa try to combat migration but there's mixed results
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson reprimanded by PM May following demand for additional funding for NHS
EU says the Polish government has imposed political control over the judiciary, which threatens human rights and democracy
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George Engels went to Barcelona to get the opinions of people on both sides of the Catalan independence question
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According the European Chief Negotiator for Brexit, Theresa May has just 12 months left to agree on its post Brexit deal.
The former British Prime minister, Tony Blair has said the UK could remain in the EU with reformed migration rules
Theresa May outlines a scenario with a two year implementation period after Brexit, with continued access to single market. EU citizens could come to the UK but would have...
Amnesty International told WikiTribune that it is now considering legal action against EU states