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MEPs approved measures to prevent proceeds from conflict minerals being used to fund armed conflicts and called on governments to break the deadlock on plans to harmonise maternity leave across Europe. They also debated measures to tackle irregular migrants coming to the EU during the plenary in Strasbourg on 18-21 May as well as green-lit tougher rules to prevent money laundering. Finally, as part of continued efforts to combat violent extremism and radicalisation, the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers adopted on 19th May a three-year Action Plan, focusing on long-term preventative solutions to be implemented across Europe.

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