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Lithuania votes: Centre-right opposition edges towards win
Voters went to the polls on Sunday in the Baltic country, where the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the economy are dominant themes.
French Senate elections: Right and centre parties maintain majority
The right and centre said they were "consolidated" in a Senate majority while the Greens said they had enough seats to form a political group.
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Montenegro's pro-Western president could struggle to put together a government after close, bitterly-contested election.
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North Macedonia: Parliament begins debate on new government
Zoran Zaev's Social Democrats won the majority of seats in July's election.
XXL Bundestag: Opposition slams plan to halt growing German parliament
Opposition MPs slammed plans put forward by Merkel's governing coalition as "unambitious and feeble," adding they "won't prevent the Bundestag growing.”
Croatia's parliament approves new government after June election
Top of the agenda for incumbent Andrej Plenković's new government is the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic on Croatia's economy, particularly its hard-hit tourism industry.
Assad casts ballot in Syrian parliament election
Syria is holding parliamentary elections across government-controlled areas of the country, as President Bashar al-Assad marks 20 years in power amid continuing war and deep economic woes.
Slovakia at crossroads as vote pits populists against liberals
We head to Slovakia ahead of elections on Saturday, where a far-right party is polling third, and allegations of corruption have rocked the country to its core.
Boris Johnson visits north-east England in lap of victory
Boris Johnson visited northeastern England on Saturday, the region that handed him an impressive victory in Thursday's election.
Jeremy Corbyn 'must stand down immediately', say Jewish Labour
Labour lost seats in northern England that they had held for generations. Jewish Labour say Corbyn is responsible for moral failures.
Johnson calls for 'healing to begin' after resounding election victory
There's no doubt which way General Election 2019 has gone. Brexit is on the way. Johnson made that clear from outside 10 Downing St on Friday afternoon.
The Brief: Fragmented politics - the new norm for Europe?
More than five months since the last federal elections Belgium is yet to form a government after a fragile coalition collapsed. This situation is far from unique. In fact, single party governments are now the exception all over the EU. Is this the new normal?
Tunisians vote in unpredictable parliamentary elections
Tunisians went to the polls on Sunday as the small North African state's economy stagnates and public services decline.
Ukraine elects new parliament in snap vote
The party of Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskiy has extended its lead over other groups, according to polls published three days before the parliamentary elections.
Danish PM Rasmussen concedes electoral defeat to Social Democrat party
Denmark's Prime Minister Lars Rasmussen conceded defeat to the Social Democrats in parliamentary elections and announced his government's resignation
Sweden's Social Democrats seek deal with opposition to form government
After months of political deadlock, Sweden's Social Democrats agreed a deal with the opposition Centre Party and the Liberals to try to form a government
Russian parliamentary elections tarnished by unprecedented pension reform outcry
As Russia votes in this year's parliamentary and regional elections on September 9, the imminent victory of Vladimir Putin's ruling United Russia party might be tarnished by nation's outrage over highly unpopular pension reform.
Turnout down in Lebanese poll
Party faithful celebrate first election for nine years in Lebanon as all sides await official results
As chaos swirls on Lebanon's doorstep, the people get a say, at last
It's been nearly a decade since the people of Lebanon had a chance to determine their country's future in a parliamentary vote. Much has changed since then, and not all for the better.
Iceland's ruling conservatives weakened in snap vote
A left-leaning coalition may have more luck forming a government.
EU watches as Albania votes
Albanians head to the polls on Sunday in a general election set to gauge the Balkan nation's readiness to join the European Union.
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French President Emmanuel Macron's Republique En Marche is projected to do well in National Assembly elections
Spain: Rajoy survives no-confidence motion
The anti-austerity Podemos Party brought the motion against the embattled prime minister.
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Theresa May told her party on Monday she would serve as prime minister as long as they wanted after a botched election gamble plunged British
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France's president-elect faces an uphill task to win a majority in next month's parliamentary elections