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.
South Korea's embattled president says she is willing to step down in a move opponents have labelled a ploy to avoid impeachment.
The media's role in the management, prevention and resolution of violent conflicts is more crucial than ever. Euronews spoke to experts from INFOCORE, an international research project, investigating
Germany’s Günther Oettinger denied on Wednesday any wrongdoing after it emerged he accepted a trip on a private jet from a pro-Kremlin lobbyist.
The woman at the centre of a political scandal that has shaken the presidency in South Korea has appeared in court in Seoul.
South Korea’s prime minister and finance minister have both been replaced in a high-level shake-up, critics say is aimed at deflecting attention from a major presidential…
An e-declaration of assets has exposed a huge difference between the earnings of top officials compared to ordinary Ukrainians.
South Korea’s president is under pressure to resign, and the woman at the centre of the political storm faced a swarm of angry protesters demanding her arrest.
French police will now investigate an alleged scuffle between two members of the UK Independence Party in the European Parliament building in Strasbourg.
Donald Trump has challenged his Democratic rival to a drug test before the next presidential debate.
The Nigerian president is at the centre of a row after suggesting his wife belongs in the kitchen.
Crown prince Maha Vajiralongkorn was in Germany when Thai palace officials announced that his father, 88-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej, was seriously ill.
A petition started by EU employees against former European Commission President José Manuel Barroso with more than 150,000 signatures has been handed to officials in…
The ruling Social-Democrats are fighting for survival after the election campaign was dominated by scandals and pledges to raising living standards.
Donald Trump is in full damage control mode after the Washington Post released a video where he makes lewd comments about women. He released a recorded apology pledging to be a better man before launc
A fresh leak of tax haven data has named former European commissioner Neelie Kroes as having failed to declare her directorship of an offshore firm in the Bahamas while in…
She is the first woman to run Rome, but Virginia Raggi’s political problems – just like the city’s rubbish – appear to be mounting by the day.
Paul Manafort, the man hired by Donald Trump to lead the effort to make him president of the United States, has quit.
Ukraine's National Anti-Corruption Bureau say secret documents link Paul Manafort, Donald Trump's campaign manager, to $12.7m in 'off the books payments' from the party of ousted president Viktor Yanu
The clock is ticking for Dilma Rousseff. Brazil’s Senate is in session for a vote on whether or not to put the nation’s first female president on
US President Barack Obama has visited Flint, Michigan, after receiving a letter from an eight-year-old resident who was concerned about the city’s
Brazil's Attorney General, Rodrigo Janot, has requested the Supreme Court open an investigation into President Dilma Rousseff as part of a massive probe into corruption at the state-run oil firm Petro
The Portuguese Culture Minister has resigned after threatening to slap two columnists at the newspaper Publico. He made the comments on social media
Thousands rally in support of Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff as she fights efforts to oust her from office
Former President of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is to take over as chief of staff for current leader Dilma Rousseff at a time of economic and
Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff made a brief appearance at the home of her predecessor Lula da Silva on Saturday, a day after he was questioned in
It was always going to be a difficult day for South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma. But protests ahead of his state of the nation speech on Thursday