EMA has published an infographic describing the journey of a medicine for human use authorised through EMA, from initial research to discussions on patient access to medicines across the EU.
Students from 33 different countries will travel to Brussels in March 2020 to take part in a European Youth Summit on Climate.
Following recent developments in the investigation into the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017, MEPs visited Malta between 3-4 December to take stock of the situation on the ground.
Hungary dismantles media freedom and pluralism.
“The regional program support office of the United National Organisation’s Office of Counter-Terrorism will be in Budapest”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced on Thursday in the Hungarian capital. Szijjártó gave a speech at the opening of an English-language conference entitled: “Racialisation that Leads to Terrorism: Regional Political Responses and Risk […]
Between the 7th and 11th of October, 2019 the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen hosted the NHH International Case Competition.
Authorities in Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, the UK and the US, with the active assistance of Eurojust and Europol, have uncovered an elaborate tax fraud by a Hungarian-led international organised criminal group.
Are women equally as capable of committing serious crimes as men? The female fugitives featured on Europe’s Most Wanted website prove that they are.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent an unsigned letter to the European Union on Saturday (19th of October) requesting a Brexit extension.
Xavier Leflaive, the OECD’s water team leader, has called for tripling funding for water protection.