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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.
Long-serving Montenegro president to face newcomer in runoff vote
President Milo Đukanović, 61, won around 35% of the votes while 37-year-old economist Jakov Milatović won around 29%, according to latest projections.
Protests in Georgia: riots continue in Tbilisi
Police fired tear gas, water cannons and stun grenades at protesters in the Georgian capital Tbilisi late on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands of Israelis join anti-government protests
Critics say measures introduced by the new hard-line government would weaken the Supreme Court, limit judicial oversight and grant more power to politicians. Protesters say that would undermine democracy.
NATO chief looking to build firmer ties with Japan
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is in Japan as part of his East Asia tour.
Watch: Sudan forces crack down on protesters in capital
Sudanese protesters were pushed back by security forces who fired tear gas and water hoses at the crowds on Thursday during a march through the capital to parliament
Jan. 6 house committee calls for criminal charges Trump
The US House’s January 6 committee has called for criminal charges to be brought against former president Donald Trump, including aiding an insurrection.
More countries are moving towards authoritarianism - report
A new report by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) finds that more countries are moving towards authoritarianism as democracy erodes worldwide.
EU democracy is under attack by mercenary spyware, claims new report
Illegal cases of spyware use have been detected in Poland, Hungary, Greece and Spain, raising concerns about privacy rights and press freedom.
America votes: What might a Republican victory mean for Europe?
There's concern that success for Trump supporters in Tuesday's vote may jeopardise aid for Ukraine, damage transatlantic ties, and galvanise Europe's far-right.
Europe faces 'crisis of democracy and capitalism', says Turkish author
Democracy is in crisis in Europe and fixing it won't be easy, renowned political author Ece Temelkuran told Euronews.