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The students defied government threats to crack down on Thailand's pro-democracy protest movement which is demanding sweeping changes to the constitution, including the monarch's rights and privileges.
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Japan seeks European support over "unprecedented threat" from North Ko
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MEPs are worried about the rule of law in Poland. Two thirds of them voted in Strasbourg to raise the alarm about the independence of the judiciary
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Parliament punch-up in Uganda over a proposed change to the constitution.
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EU threaten to take Poland to Court of Justice over judicial reforms
Venezuelan opposition lawmakers defy Maduro
Venezuelan opposition lawmakers reject the authority of President Maduro's new Constituent Assembly
Maduro slams Venezuela vote fraud claims
The president attacks US 'gringos' and UK-based electoral firm over its claims that turnout was inflated in the consituent assembly vote.
Turnout figures in Venezuela assembly ballot disputed
There is a claim the turnout figures in Venezuela's recent election for a new assembly were "tampered" with
Polish protesters call on Duda to go further over reforms veto
Protests continued in several Polish cities, despite President Duda’s announcement that he would veto two out of three controversial judicial reform bills
Woman shot dead in voting queue in Venezuela
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In major cities across Poland protesters condemn judicial changes which they say will kill judges' independence
Venezuelan president triggers constitutional shake-up
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro is to form a new popular assembly with powers to rewrite the constitution.
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Romania has made a ‘huge mistake’ in pushing through its biggest retreat on anti-corruption reforms since joining the EU a decade ago, it’s been claimed.
Catalonia wants declaration of "interdependence, not independence"
Carles Puigdemont was elected as head of Spain’s Catalonia region in January last year on a platform of delivering independence.
Political turmoil in Italy: a new government or early elections?
Talks begin in Italy on Thursday to try to end the country’s political crisis.
Rome reacts to the vote against Renzi's reforms
Italians have woken up to political instability and the threat of a banking crisis.