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Dutch King Willem-Alexander outlined a pared-back government plan for the coming year in his traditional speech opening the new parliamentary term.
Sweden's conservative party fails to form majority government
The failure means that the ousted Social Democrat prime minister Stefan Löfven has been tasked again with forming an executive.
Madrid set for early elections after regional government collapses
Spain's political landscape has been shaken after the regional government in Madrid split and called an early election.
New Italy PM Mario Draghi easily wins vote of confidence in Senate
The new government of national unity, drawing together elements across Italy's political spectrum, is also expected to win a similar vote in the lower house of the Italian parliament.
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Today (Wednesday), after nearly 500 days of intensive negotiations, the programme for a government led by Flemish liberal Alexander De Croo was finalised.
Belgium strike: 'We want the welfare we had in Europe after the war'
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Moldova would-be PM calls for EU’s help amid political crisis
Moldova's would-be prime minister has told Euronews she wants the EU to help save democracy in her country, in the grip of a constitutional crisis as two rival governments accuse each other of usurping power.
Watch back: Euronews interview with jailed Catalan leader
Watch back: Euronews interview with jailed Catalan leader.
Belgian coalition government loses majority as N-VA partners walk out
Liberals and Christian Democrats to battle on in minority with PM Charles Michel insisting his country will sign the UN Migrants Charter, the dealbreaker for the Flemish Nationalists.
Seehofer in CSU divisions
A shown down over migration has thrown the German coalition government into crisis mode.
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