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Romanian Social Democrat MPs walk out on president in protest

Social Democrat lawmakers walked out of the Romanian parliament on February 7 as President Klaus Iohannis was addressing the room.

Social Democrat lawmakers walked out of the Romanian parliament on February 7 as President Klaus Iohannis was addressing the room.

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Romania's PM Grindeanu digs in on corruption decree despite protests

The prime minister has said the government will not repeal a decree softening the official stance on corruption, despite protests and legal challenges.

The prime minister has said the government will not repeal a decree softening the official stance on corruption, despite protests and legal challenges.

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Tension rises in Gambia as Adama Barrow is set to be sworn in as new president

West African troops are preparing for what could be a potential showdown as Gambian president-elect Adama Barrow is set to be sworn in at the Gambian embassy in neighbouring Senegal, according to…

West African troops are preparing for what could be a potential showdown as Gambian president-elect Adama Barrow is set to be sworn in at the Gambian embassy in neighbouring Senegal, according to…

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[LIVE] Gambia Crisis: President Barrow sworn in, Jammeh still defiant

Jammeh a 90-day state of emergency on Tuesday evening, a situation that makes the scheduled swearing-in of the president-elect, Adama Barrow, close to impossible at least on Gambian soil. Barrow's cam

Jammeh a 90-day state of emergency on Tuesday evening, a situation that makes the scheduled swearing-in of the president-elect, Adama Barrow, close to impossible at least on Gambian soil. Barrow's cam

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'New deal' with mutinous soldiers defuses Ivory Coast tensions

Ivory Coast’s Defence Minister Alain-Richard Donwahi pursued talks with mutinous soldiers’ leaders on Friday in Bouake, the city where he had been held against his will just a week…

Ivory Coast’s Defence Minister Alain-Richard Donwahi pursued talks with mutinous soldiers’ leaders on Friday in Bouake, the city where he had been held against his will just a week…

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DRC crisis: South Africa expresses concern, calls for restraint

South Africa says it is concerned about the volatile political situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and has expressed the willingness to assist in any way to restore peace asking the in

South Africa says it is concerned about the volatile political situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and has expressed the willingness to assist in any way to restore peace asking the in

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Protests in Poland continue over 'anti-democracy' moves

Demonstrations spilled into a fourth day on Monday over measures seen as attempts to cement the government's grip on power.

Demonstrations spilled into a fourth day on Monday over measures seen as attempts to cement the government's grip on power.

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Venezuelan lawmakers back motion blaming Maduro for economic crisis

Venezuela’s National Assembly has taken a symbolic step by backing a motion blaming the country’s leftist president for the country’s political and economic…

Venezuela’s National Assembly has taken a symbolic step by backing a motion blaming the country’s leftist president for the country’s political and economic…

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No mercy for South Korea's embattled president

Opposition parties have vowed to push ahead with attempts to impeach President Park Geun-hye, rejecting her offer to resign amid a growing influence-peddling scandal.

Opposition parties have vowed to push ahead with attempts to impeach President Park Geun-hye, rejecting her offer to resign amid a growing influence-peddling scandal.

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South Korea: Park Geun-hye asks permission to step down

South Korea's embattled president says she is willing to step down in a move opponents have labelled a ploy to avoid impeachment.

South Korea's embattled president says she is willing to step down in a move opponents have labelled a ploy to avoid impeachment.

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Turkey's pro-Kurd opposition announces partial parliament boycott

Turkey’s pro-Kurdish opposition has announced a partial boycott of parliament, after the controversial detentions of it co-leaders and other lawmakers.

Turkey’s pro-Kurdish opposition has announced a partial boycott of parliament, after the controversial detentions of it co-leaders and other lawmakers.

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Lebanon's political vacuum finally filled

After two and a half years without a President, Michel Aoun has taken office but the real test is yet to come

After two and a half years without a President, Michel Aoun has taken office but the real test is yet to come

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Spain's political deadlock continues

On Friday, for the second time in 48 hours Mariano Rajoy failed to form a government in the Spanish Parliament.

On Friday, for the second time in 48 hours Mariano Rajoy failed to form a government in the Spanish Parliament.

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End of the road for Brazil's suspended president Rousseff?

As witnesses take to the stand in the impeachment trial against Brazil’s suspended president Dilma Rousseff, political scientist David Fleischer says this is the end of the road for the embattled…

As witnesses take to the stand in the impeachment trial against Brazil’s suspended president Dilma Rousseff, political scientist David Fleischer says this is the end of the road for the embattled…

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Yemen: Peace talks in crisis as Houthis sign government deal

Houthi rebels and political allies of ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh have signed a deal to set up a power-sharing council to govern war-shattered Yemen.

Houthi rebels and political allies of ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh have signed a deal to set up a power-sharing council to govern war-shattered Yemen.

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Turkey's president hints state of emergency could be extended

Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan says there were significant intelligence failures in the run up to last week’s failed coup.

Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan says there were significant intelligence failures in the run up to last week’s failed coup.

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UN calls for calm following deadly clashes in South Sudan capital

Fears are growing of a return to civil war in South Sudan after renewed fighting between forces loyal to the country’s president and vice president.

Fears are growing of a return to civil war in South Sudan after renewed fighting between forces loyal to the country’s president and vice president.

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State of the Union: 'Anarchy in the UK'

The State of the Union is euronews’ weekly round-up of the top stories making headlines across Europe over the past 7 days.

The State of the Union is euronews’ weekly round-up of the top stories making headlines across Europe over the past 7 days.