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Estonia's centre-right Reform Party comes first in general election
Kallas saw off a challenge from the far-right populist EKRE party, which wants to limit the Baltic nation's exposure to the Ukraine crisis and blames the current government for Estonia's high inflation rate.
Monaco election: explore the principality's unique political system
Second smallest state in the world, Monaco, will go to the polls on Sunday to choose new lawmakers.
Is Macron's influence in the EU weakened following Sunday's elections?
The newly re-elected French president failed to hold on to his absolute majority in the National Assembly.
Analysis: A quick look at France's legislative elections
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges breaks down why the French legislative elections this weekend are so important.
France votes in parliamentary elections after Macron presidential win
Voters go to the polls in France on Sunday to choose lawmakers for the National Assembly as President Macron seeks an absolute majority for his centre-right coalition
Hong Kong news site shuts as pro-Beijing lawmakers sworn in
One of the city’s last remaining pro-democracy news outlets announced its closure.
Polls open for Bulgaria's third parliamentary election this year
Bulgaria's third parliamentary election this year takes place with no early signs that the outcome could end the country's political uncertainty.
Algerian opposition urges election boycott over protest repression
The Algerian pro-democracy group Hirak is calling for voters to boycott legislative elections over a crackdown on opposition protests.
Netherlands election: Brexit fires Dutch debate over its place in EU
As voters head to the polls in the Netherlands this week, the country's place in the EU has sparked intense debate.
Explainer: Moldova mulls Moscow or Brussels as voters head to polls
“This election is important because it will test the sustainability of the EU’s popularity in Moldova, or it could revive the Russian influence.”
Guinea-Bissau to hold delayed elections
Former Portuguese colony has been in political deadlock since 2015
Is Austria heading towards an ultra-conservative coalition?
This Sunday October 15 the Austrian people will be casting their votes in a parliamentary election.
Norway votes in knife-edge election
Norway will soon know who will lead the country for the next four years.
Could Schulz win? German poll offers Merkel challenger hope
The voter survey indicates that nearly half of Germans are still undecided ahead of the September 24 election
The Brief from Brussels: Brexit talks to start on June 19?
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Macron set for second landslide
La République en Marche takes 32.2% of the vote in the first round of voting in the French parliamentary elections
The Brief from Brussels
In this episode we examine the issues facing British voters ahead of the country's general election and the EU's plans to boost the bloc's military and defence strategy.
'Party divisions' as far-right Marechal-Le Pen says she's quitting politics
Marion Marechal-Le Pen – niece of Marine, who lost out in the race to become France’s next president – is to quit politics.
Ex-French PM Valls offers to stand for Macron in parliamentary vote
The former prime minister Manuel Valls is the first high-profile defection since Macron's election win on Sunday.
What's next for Macron? A looming parliamentary challenge
As the eighth president of France's Fifth Republic, Macron has weeks before taking the reins of government and engineering a parliamentary majority.