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MEPs call on Venezuela to cancel the elections scheduled for 20 May unless the country can prove the process is transparent and inclusive.
As the conflict in Syria enters its eighth year, MEPs debated the situation in the country on 17 April. Read on to learn more about Parliament’s response to the Syrian crisis.
To stem the impact of a reduction in US funding, Parliament is calling on the EU to mobilise additional finance for the UN agency for Palestine refugees.
Concerns over fundamental rights are leading to a rethink of EU-Turkey relations. What is the status of the cooperation? What are MEPs proposing?
Western Balkan countries could be next to join the EU. Discover what the EU is doing to facilitate their accession and how much progress has already been made.
Economic trends, climate change and security will be among the key issues addressed at the 34th ACP-EU joint parliamentary assembly taking place in Haiti on 18-20 December.
On Universal Children’s Day on 20 November, young people gathered in the European Parliament to discuss the EU's future with the experts on children’s rights.
The European Parliament proposes new ways to intensify EU relations with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova ahead of the Eastern Partnership Summit on 24 November.
The EU negotiates various trade deals all over the world, but they depend on approval by the European Parliament. Read our overview of the negotiations in progress.
Could development in Africa help to rein in migration flows? MEPs have adopted an EU-Africa strategy with ideas on how to boost development.
Over the last month 400,000 Rohingyas have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh. MEPs urge the Myanmar government to stop the crackdown on the minority.
Weapons made in EU are widely exported and some to countries that engage in conflicts which threaten Europe’s own security. MEPs call on EU states to upgrade their rules on arms exports.