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Italy's Salvini triumphs in Umbria as ruling alliance slumps
Far-right League leader Matteo Salvini won a crushing victory in the Italian region of Umbria, results on Monday showed, raising questions about the survival of the ruling coalition.
The Brief: European Commission laments the Open Arms situation
EU welcomes six European countries accepting migrants from Open Arms ship, calls situation in Mediterranean 'untenable'
Italy government feud: PM Conte slams minister Salvini as 'disloyal'
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte called Matteo Salvini "disloyal" and "obsessed with immigration" in an open letter.
Italian police arrest six over deadly nightclub stampede
Six people including five teenagers and a 39-year-old woman who had accompanied her daughter to the Lanterna Azzurra nightclub in Corinaldo, were killed in the stampede on December 8, 2018.
Why did Sea-Watch 3 decide to enter Italian waters?
Those on board tell Euronews that "the real solution to the problem is to have safe and legal passage for anyone fleeing and looking for safe harbour.”
Watch again: Defying Rome, migrant rescue ship enters Italian waters
Watch again: Defying Rome, migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 3 enters Italian waters
Italy lets 10 stranded migrants disembark NGO ship but row deepens
The German maritime rescue NGO rescued the 53 migrants off the coast of Libya on Wednesday but has been unable to disembark them after Italy refused them entry with Salvini ordering law enforcement on Thursday to prevent the boat from entering Italian waters.
New European far-right coalition named Identity and Democracy
Identity and Democracy - the new name for the European Parliament's biggest eurosceptic faction.
Salvini calls for EU to scrap fiscal rules after election triumph
Salvini, the country's deputy prime minister, said the EU's fiscal rules had failed and that they should be rewritten to focus on cutting unemployment.
The Brief: Europe of Nations and Freedom - a closer look
In the lead up to the elections we are looking at the European Parliament's political groupings, today it is the turn of the far-right ENF. One of the smallest groups they hope to boost their score and become the third largest after May's elections.
Verhofstadt challenges Italy's Salvini to debate ahead of EU elections
"Hereby I challenge you to a one-on-one debate, as people have the full right to know what devil's plan you have in mind," the Belgian MEP and EU Commission President spitzenkandidat said in a video on Twitter.
'Win Salvini': Italy's Deputy PM launches social media game show
#TheCube | Salvini, who has a significant profile on social media, is urging his followers to increase their engagement across his platforms.
The Brief: Hungary threatens to shift political families
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told Euronews that Fidesz would leave the EU's biggest centre-right block after the elections, if the EPP turned to Macron's En Marche or to any other liberal or leftist force.
Salvini refuses to celebrate anti-fascist commemoration
What is behind Salvini's refusal to celebrate Italy's Liberation day?
Salvini uses dated photo of migrants sparking controversy | #TheCube
#TheCube | You may recognise this image from last summer when migrant rescue ship Aquarius saved over 140 people stranded at sea. It appears that Interior Minister of Italy, Salvini did not, however when sharing it this week on his Twitter account.
The Brief: populist pitch vs political reality
The attempt to unite nationalists groups might prove futile, as diverging interests and their leaders' clashing personalities have so far prevented them from teaming up.
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Saving Europe - destroy or double-down
From the far-right to the center - politicians are setting out their grand plans and grand rhetoric for the European Union ahead of May's elections. This week we spoke to Marine Le Pen who said to save Europe we must destroy it, while centre-right German MEP Manfred Weber has other ideas.
Allowing adoption of embryos 'would attack Italy’s abortion rights’
The right-wing party says abortions are at the root of the country's current demographic crisis.
NGO ship with 47 migrants docks in Sicily ending a two-week standoff
The migrants will be sent to seven EU member states.
Europe's political parties look for new alliances ahead of election
Populists try to join forces transnationally to beat the establishment
European party politics in turmoil before EU elections
Cross-country alliances want to rock the boat - can they?
Public display of disaffection? Salvini's online split break up
Public display of disaffection? Italian talkshow host Elisa Isoardi posted an intimate photo to Instagram to announce her breakup with Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini