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Ulrike Lunacek on the struggle to end discrimination against lesbians, gays and transsexuals and Philippe De Backer on liberalising Europe's energy market.
What effects has energy market liberalisation had for the consumers - have prices merely gone up ever since? A look at the situation in Belgium.
This month's plenary will see MEPs presenting proposals on fighting tax evasion, a debate on the Syrian refugee crisis and a vote on the transport of pet animals.
As a leading MEP marks International Day Against Homophobia at an event in The Hague, survey reveals almost half of LGBT citizens have faced discrimination or worse.
The glittering Peace Prize arrives in Brussels for a six-month exhibition that highlights Europe’s journey to the award.
EuroparlTV interviews the interim Malian President Dioncounda Traoré after the donor conference for development in Mali held in Brussels.
Good old sunshine and wind power could help us reduce the CO2 Europe churns out every year, and so could 'smarter' grids. But it's easier said than done!
MEPs approved rules that would reduce the CO2 emissions of new light commercial vehicles sold in the EU to 147g/km by 2020.
Follow the discussions on how data protection laws can be improved in order to keep us safe from the risks of the internet.
Monica Macovei explains how criminals' ill-gotten gains could be confiscated without a conviction, and Gianni Pittella expounds on the right way to save a bank.
As the Parliament welcomed thousands of inquisitive visitors during the Open Days, EPTV was on hand to see how citizens could discover how Europe works for themselves.
MEPs agree on criminal asset seizure, a vital tool in the battle against increasingly resourceful criminal enterprises.
MEPs still critical of Eurogroup President over Cyprus deal, Troika urges Cyprus unification and a Spanish media project wins the Charlemagne Youth Prize.
Students throw themselves into political role play and discover it’s much tougher than it looks.
Asbestos fibres would be perfect for construction purposes if only they weren't deadly! They're banned in Europe but continue to claim victims. Blink investigates.
'Less talk, more action' on defence spending, NATO chief tells MEPs, the growing threat from Hungary to EU values and Europe's ties to emerging Arab democracies.
Parliament holds a public hearing on e-cigarettes as the Commission considers regulating them under pharmaceutical legislation.
What does the future hold for the female population in crisis-torn Cyprus? Who are the most affected? And is there any way out? EPTV investigates.
Thousands of citizens flood through the European Parliament to be entertained, amused and informed about the work of MEPs.
Would a trade agreement with the US be a boost to growth and jobs or a threat to European culture? Trade MEPs allay fears and urge Member States to go ahead with talks.