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The European great and the good gathered in a Moldovan castle yesterday for the second European Political Community summit and got very little done.
Jailed Kurdish leader Demirtas withdraws from politics. State regulator goes after opposition TV channels for “insults”. Ultranationalists naming their price for support given to strongman’s ruling party.
There is growing concern that Viktor Orban's radical rightwing government, with a track record of breaching fundamental values and blocking key EU decisions, could use the presidency in 2H24 to push its own agenda.
European leaders stress the importance of European solidarity and affirm support for states on the continent’s Eastern Flank.
The bureaucratic hassle caused by the changes to the law will force many NGOs to shut their doors.
The French president tried to persuade sceptical East Europeans that they had nothing to fear from a Europe that was more self-reliant in security – and he almost pulled it off.
Kurti defiant in the face of strong criticism from Kosovo's Western allies.
PiS government sparks yet another conflict with EU Commission, which says it "will not hesitate to take immediate action as necessary".
Thousands of teachers marched through Bucharest calling for higher wages but with tax revenues well below target the government can’t afford a pay rise.
“This is not Moscow” chant protesters outside presidency after barrage of attacks from prosecutors and politicians.
Pretoria said in a government gazette published on May 29 that such immunity is routinely granted ahead of key events and is not meant to shield anyone in particular.
European sanctions go through a process of continuous maturation and updating, adapting to current geopolitical sensitivities. European actors are accelerating efforts to adopt the eleventh sanctions package.
Prospect of removing the Erdogan regime at the ballot box appears to have gone for ever.
Detractors have long argued he was the wrong man to take the fight to Erdogan, but he’s yet to hint that he’ll quit as leader of the opposition following the weekend election defeat.
Opposition fears the bill could be an attempt at eliminating former premier Donald Tusk from running in this autumn’s election under trumped-up allegations.
The failure of the Nation Alliance under optimal conditions shows that 'big tent' coalitions under a single list often do not succeed in extending the opposition's reach.
New clashes erupt in northern Kosovo where Serb protesters try to force their way into municipal offices in Zvecan.
The law, which still needs signing by President Andrzej Duda, will establish a commission with the power of barring individuals from holding public office for 10 years.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko collapsed for a second time this month after a meeting with President Vladimir Putin and was hospitalised in Moscow on May 27.
Kolomoisky, the billionaire former owner of PrivatBank, is accused of multi-billion-dollar fraud and financial misappropriation alongside business partner Hennaidy Boholiubov during their time at the bank.