The campaign is the latest provocation by the Hungarian prime minister in his enduring conflict with the EU.
A proposed law has divided the tech world as the realities of a new economy come to dominate how people create and view content online.
As European Union member states are caught between NATO and an internal European defence union, more states might be turning towards bilateral arrangements that undermine the core principles of the EU.
Pressure against Saudi Arabia is mounting as lawmakers highlight the cases of female rights activists who have been jailed and tortured in Saudi prisons.
Although British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will deliver Brexit on time, the EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told May that her 27 EU partner countries will not renegotiate their divorce agreement.
The flow of migrants to Algeria has given the country access to financial assistance which allows the elite to neglect an internal humanitarian solution for migrants reaching their borders.
"The withdrawal agreement will not be renegotiated," says European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, while EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says time too short to find alternative arrangement to UK's divorce deal.
The move comes amid heightened international pressure on Saudi Arabia after the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom's Istanbul consulate on October 2.
The desperate people who have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea paid huge sums of money to reach Europe, while they could have afford air journeys to escape conflict and persecution — only if they were allowed to.
UK lawmakers voted 432-202 against the prime minister's Brexit deal while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called a vote of no confidence to be held within 24 hours.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban says he would like to see anti-immigration parties dominating the European Parliament after May elections.
EU leaders have rebuffed May's request to sweeten the divorce agreement and help her win over a hostile UK Parliament, and Juncker complained to reporters about a political climate which was sometimes "nebulous, imprecise."
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