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Year in Review: How Europe's far right garnered support in 2022
The 2022 electoral successes of Europe's far-right in Italy, France, Hungary and Sweden have marked a significant shift in mainstream politics.
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The Social Democratic leader ditched talks with traditional left-wing allies, arguing that a broad government across the political divide was needed at a time of international uncertainty.
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Tens of thousands of supporters of the opposition "Bangladesh Nationalist Party" (BNP) rallied on the streets of the capital Dhaka to protest against the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and demand new elections.
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The US House of Representatives passed legislation protecting same-sex marriage in case the Supreme Court ever overturned its 2015 decision that initially legalised them.
US eases oil sanction on Venezuela
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Chinese authorities crackdown amid rare public protests
Protests against harsh COVID restrictions spread across China over the weekend, with some protesters calling for President Xi Jinping to step down.
UK government slammed for 'wretched' migrant centre conditions
UK politicians from opposition and governing parties have demanded the Conservative government improve conditions at an overcrowded facility for migrants, described by an independent inspector as “wretched”.
New Steinbeck essay on democracy published for first time in English
In 1954, the acclaimed American writer penned an essay on the dangers of McCarthyism for the French newspaper Le Figaro.
Rishi Sunak is UK's first Indian-origin PM... and the fourth in Europe
A second un-elected prime minister in a row, Rishi Sunak is making history for Brits with Indian heritage.
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From Belgium to Italy, and from Bulgaria to Finland many European leaders spent just a brief period in charge of their countries - but who was PM for the shortest time?
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Will King Charles III have to give up his climate activism?
After 50 years of environmental activism, Charles III will have to take on political neutrality as King.
Sri Lankan protesters disappointed with choice of new president.
Sri Lankans demonstrated outside the presidential office on Wednesday as lawmakers chose Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe as the new president.
Sri Lanka protesters vow to stay in president's home until he quits
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has said he will stand down on Wednesday but demonstrators say they are determined not to leave his residence until that happens.
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Will food shortages cause civil unrest in Europe?
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Police and protesters clash in Philippines capital after presidential elections
Police and protesters clash near the HQ of the Commission of Elections, or Comelec, in the Philippines capital Manila as demonstrators rally against alleged electoral fraud in the national elections.
EU triggers rule of law mechanism for first time against Hungary
The Commission is coming after EU funds Orban and his allies are accused of having funneled away to line their pockets.
Singapore and New Zealand agree to tackle climate change together
Low-carbon and green technologies are included in the joint efforts agreed by prime ministers from both countries.