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Germany's conservatives on track to win election in northern state
Germany's conservative CDU won an election in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein on Sunday, a boost to the party of former Chancellor Angela Merkel, which was ousted from national government in federal elections last year.
France's Macron To Start Term As President- With Quandaries, Challenges
Despite the ceremony, Macron's second term will only start officially when the first one expires at midnight on May 13.
Germany’s SPD calls on Gerhard Schröder to quit party over Russia links
Former chancellor says he has no intention of resigning his seats on boards of Russian energy firms
Emmanuel Macron has a grand vision for the West. Putin has exposed the limits of his influence
On February 20, Emmanuel Macron held a phone call with Vladimir Putin. Shortly after it ended, the French President announced he would broker a summit between his Russian counterpart and US President Joe Biden, on the condition that Russ...
Macron and Le Pen to go head-to-head in French presidential run-off
Emmanuel Macron (pictured) is hoping to be the first sitting president to win re-election since Jacques Chirac beat Marine Le Pen's father Jean-Marie in 2002.
French election: Who's challenging Emmanuel Macron for the presidency?
Twelve candidates are running for the French presidency, as incumbent Emmanuel Macron stakes his claim for a second term.
Will western leaders cut and run as the costs of the Ukraine war mount?
The longer the war goes on, the more the early anti-Putin momentum could be stalled by political stresses, an energy crisis and the huge bill for military and humanitarian aid
Ukraine crisis: Why is Macron taking on the role of mediator?
Analysts say the French president, who faces an uncertain re-election bid, may be benefiting from the situation in eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine now has neither weapons nor security: Zelenskyy demands Budapest Memorandum consultations
Ukraine wants peace. Europe wants peace. The world says it doesn’t want to fight, and Russia says it doesn’t want to attack. Someone is lying. This is not an axiom, but it is no longer a hypothesis.
Mother of Guantánamo detainee ‘still waiting’ for US and German apologies
New film sheds light on story of Murat Kurnaz, arrested without explanation a month after 9/11
RT DE to sue German regulator over broadcast ban
The move has triggered reciprocal restrictions against German media in Russia
Is the Orban era coming to an end?
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party faces a serious challenge in April elections
How the latest Ukraine escalation split the EU
In light of the latest "Russian threat" to Ukraine, the European Union seems disunited
German government approves $2.48bn new arms sales
It took the new government in Berlin only weeks to approve arms exports worth almost as much as those greenlit by the previous cabinet over six months in 2021
East German Stasi kept records on Scholz during 1970s, 80s
East Germany's secret police kept extensive records on Chancellor Olaf Scholz when he was a senior member of the West German Social Democratic Party’s youth wing in the 1970s and 80s, German tabloid Bild reported Thursday.
How Russia is dividing Germany
With tensions rising, how Berlin should respond is splitting opinion
Italian raids after New Year sexual assaults in Milan
Italian police have launched raids in the cities of Milan and Turin, after identifying 15 young men and three boys suspected of involvement in a series of sexual assaults on New Year's Eve.
German SPD official defends pro-Nord Stream 2 policy
The Nord Stream 2 pipeline to bring Russian gas to Germany should not be mixed up with political and human rights disputes with Moscow, a senior official from the Social Democratic Party (SPD) that leads Germany's coalition government to...
Germany shuts down half of its 6 remaining nuclear plants
The three reactors being shuttered were first powered up in the mid-1980s
Olaf Scholz: Germany's new chancellor is level-headed and pragmatic
Who is the new head of government? Social Democrat Olaf Scholz has a lot of experience with political top jobs, but lacks charisma. He has often been underestimated.
Orbán: Hungary stands by border protection practices
The government will continue its efforts against the coronavirus pandemic based on the vaccination of residents, the prime minister said on Tuesday. Viktor Orbán also announced that Hungary stands by its border protection practices and i...
What Is the Point of Boris Johnson?
Two years after his historic general-election win, the most radical British prime minister since Margaret Thatcher is scandal-plagued, unpopular, and adrift.
How Poland blew its chance to get billions in EU recovery cash
The EU's Justice Commissioner received "brutal" treatment last month in Warsaw, a member of his delegation said, during talks aimed at defusing a dispute over the independence of Poland's judiciary that is blocking billions of euros in e...
Putin tells Boris Johnson urgent talks needed over Nato’s plans for Ukraine
Kremlin wants legal agreement that alliance will not expand into disputed territory
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