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Food and Drink
Why is this mint-choc drink a symbol of Thailand's political turmoil?
Betrayal is a beverage best served chilled in Thailand, as an innocuous chocolate-mint iced concoction takes the limelight -- an unlikely symbol of the kingdom's deep political divisions following May's election.
Tens of thousands protest in Israel after judicial reform clause vote
Israeli protesters blocked highways and converged on the Tel Aviv airport Tuesday, stepping up resistance to the hard-right government's judicial overhaul package opponents say threatens democracy
Israelis block highways protesting government's new judiciary plan
Thousands of Israeli protesters took to the streets on Tuesday and blocked highways leading to Jerusalem, Haifa and Tel Aviv as part of countrywide demonstrations against the government's planned judicial overhaul that has divided the nation.
EU Parliament urges full-scale observation mission for Polish election
The European Parliament approved on Tuesday a resolution about the upcoming general election in Poland.
Why the far-right is increasingly getting into power across Europe
Italy, Sweden and now Finland: Far-right parties in Europe have started to govern.
Should Germany ban AfD? What impact could this have?
Last year a German court ruled the far-right party was a threat to democracy, allowing it to be monitored by the country's security services.
Polls close in Turkey's historic presidential election
Voters in Turkey returned to the polls on Sunday to decide whether the country’s longtime leader will extend his increasingly authoritarian rule into a third decade.
Are there any advertising taboos for power-hungry politicians?
As the GDPR turns five, certain EU lawmakers want to rip out some of its protections, so they can use our deeply personal information to tailor political ads and tip political elections and campaigns in their favour, Eleanor Brooks and Balazs Denes write.
Democracy deteriorating in Hungary under Viktor Orban - report
Hungary has been under increased scrutiny for its growing far-right and anti-democratic practices under Orban.
The UN says freedom of expression is being threatened across the globe
The UN says freedom of expression is under threat around the world with journalists being murdered and facing threats, intimidation and violence for trying to report the truth.
Watch: Erdogan and Kilicdaroglu cast votes in Turkish elections
Erdogan went to his polling station in Istanbul while Kilicdaroglu was in the capital Ankara to cast his vote.
Turkish election heads to runoff as Erdoğan falls short
The second round of voting will be held on 28 May after neither candidate reached a 50% threshold for victory.
AI deepfakes and disinformation loom over Turkey’s election
Misleading AI-generated content could swing voters, AI experts say. Sunday’s presidential election in Turkey is the first major vote to face this challenge.
German citizens could soon advise the government on food policy
German public opinion could soon play a role in parliament through new citizens’ assembly.
Protecting Taiwan is a 'life-and-death matter,' warns Taipei's envoy
Speaking to Euronews, Remus Li-Kuo Chen predicted "devastating and catastrophic repercussions" if the status quo in the Taiwan Strait is altered.
Facing global crises, the West has to put its money where its mouth is
For progress, architects of the world order need to take a hard look in the mirror, Dr Markus Engels writes.
Exhibition celebrates Portugal's democratic transition through objects
The exhibition, as part of the municipality of Lisbon's celebrations of 25 April, aims to capture the essence of freedom that emerged after decades of censorship and repression.
Britain 'gambling its democracy' with voting changes, warn experts
New rules have prompted some to fear millions of voters will be shut out of elections.
'A Herculean task’: How Luxembourgers are pushing for renewables
Luxembourg's first citizens' climate council has given the country bolder climate plans.
Israelis take to the street after MPs pass law protecting Netanyahu
Mass protests took place on Thursday across Israel after its parliament passed a controversial law that demonstrators claim brings the country's judicial system, and democracy, into disrepute.