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Europe behind the scenes: An inside look at the role of EU parliament interpreters

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Among the thousands of EU-related workers in Brussels are more than two thousand interpreters who work at the European Parliament. Alix le Bourdon and Tatiana Nassar report.

Added on the 15/05/2019 17:46:14 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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