Italy's far-right chief Matteo Salvini appears in court for allegedly illegally detaining migrants at sea. Prosecutors accuse Salvini of abusing his powers as then-interior minister to block 116 migrants from disembarking from the coastguard boat last year, under his so-called "closed ports" policy.
Germany is to press ahead with strategies to offer staff members the legal right to work from house, the nation’s labour minister has stated, as the coronavirus pandemic triggers federal governments to think about significant reforms in the world of work.
Emmanuel Macron has announced a law against religious “separatism” aimed at freeing Islam in France from “foreign influences”. The French president outlined new measures to “defend the republic and its values and ensure it respects its promises of equality and emancipation”.
With youth unemployment on the rise across the EU, and aggravated further by the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, EU lawmakers called upon the European Commission and member states to increase their support for young people in precarious working conditions.
Sources familiar with the EU negotiations told the newspaper Le Monde that the sanctions will target nine Russian nationals, all either members of the Putin administration or high-ranking state security officials.
Farmers across Poland slowed down traffic on main roads with their tractors and left wheelbarrows of manure at lawmakers’ offices to protest a new law that bans fur farms and religious slaughter for export.
The environment committee in the European Parliament voted on to exclude fossil fuels from support under the EU’s €750 billion recovery fund intended to boost the bloc’s economy in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
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