Eurosphere agenda: “French terror investigators grapple with Telegram app… “Hungarian camerawoman who kicked refugees charged…

Smartphone app Telegram, favoured by the Islamic State group thanks to the encrypted messaging it offers, is proving a headache for French anti-terror investigators.

Hungarian camerawoman who kicked refugees charged

A camerawoman who was filmed kicking and tripping up refugees near the Hungary-Serbia border has been charged with breaching the peace.
A dispute over who should be appointed as the next President of the EU Assembly as well as disagreement about austerity-driven policies have put the two biggest political parties in the European Parliament on a collision course that endangers the ‘grand coalition’, EurActiv has learned.
The Austrian government is forced to postpone a re-run of the presidential election after voters complain of faulty ballot envelopes.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Madrid to demand an end to the controversial tradition of bullfighting.
Athens says it can not afford to take in more asylum seekers from other EU countries as stipulated by Dublin Regulation.

Media coverage of the European Union is key to understand the mainstreaming of Euroscepticism in Europe and its impact on democracy in old and new member states.

The UK referendum made the headlines of newspapers throughout the world. Croatia, the EU’s newest member state, was not an exception. “Should I stay or should I go?” asked the daily Slobodna Dalmacija on June 23, while the tabloid 24sata quoted a YouGov poll that predicted a victory of the “remain” camp with 52% against 48%.

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