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France's left-wing parties on the verge of historic alliance
France's four left-wing parties are planning on joining forces ahead of the June legislative elections to put forth a challenge to President Emmanuel Macron.
Leaders of Germany, Spain meet to align left-wing agendas
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez in Madrid to plan how to boost progressive policies in the 27-nation European Union.
What will Germany's new government mean for the EU?
Socialist Chancellor Olaf Scholz takes the reins in Berlin, meaning the bloc’s approach to some of its core issues could be about to change.
Norway's Labour party holds coalition talks in bid to form government
The leaders of the Labour, Centre and Socialist Left parties have met in Oslo for coalition talks for the first time since this month's election.
Albanian government seeks to impeach President Ilir Meta
Lawmakers from Albania's government have accused the country's President of violating the constitution during last month's election.
Deadly shooting in Albania amid turbulent pre-election atmosphere
Violence has again marred the already turbulent pre-electoral atmosphere in Albania after a shooting outside the capital left one person dead and four injured on Wednesday.
Azores elections sees Portugal's socialists lose majority
Portugal's socialists suffered a surprise loss of their majority in Sunday's Azores elections, while the far-right Chega party entered the regional parliament for the first time.
Government before Christmas? Spain's PM holds talks with Catalan party
Spain's acting Prime Minister and Socialist leader Pedro Sánchez meet pro-independence Catalan Party to unlock the political stalemate.
Catalan separatists approve talks with Spanish socialists
A Catalan separatist party in Spain voted to support a Socialist-led Spanish government, demanding talks on independence.
Socialists and Podemos reach coalition deal in bid to form government
Spain's Socialists and left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP) have reached a coalition agreement in a bid to form government, senior UP lawmaker Alberto Garzon said on Tuesday.
Vox: Who are Spain's far-right party and what do they stand for?
Vox promises the suspension of the Catalan autonomy, the outlawing of nationalist parties and "the maximum legal protection for the symbols of the nation, especially the flag, the anthem and the crown.
Political deadlock and the rising right: Lessons from Spain's election
Stalemate in Spanish election as Socialists win with no majority and right wing Vox doubles seats
5 key points from Portugal election results
Socialist Antonio Costa wins another term. But what else did we learn from Portugal's parliamentary election?
Socialist Costa wins Portugal election — but must stay in coalition
Across the EU, radical new parties and far-right populists are reshaping the political landscape. But that’s not the case in Portugal.
Counter-G7 summit: Why are people fighting for 'alternative' method?
A counter-G7 summit that looks for an "alternative" world order is taking place a week before the G7 meeting in Biarritz.
Ursula von der Leyen makes rounds through political groups
European Commission President candidate Ursula von der Leyen is meeting with several political groups in Brussels to try and gain their support before MEPs vote on her position in Strasbourg next week. Her most anticipated meeting comes with the Greens on Tuesday afternoon.
Spain's Socialists won't form government if investiture votes fail
Spanish Socialists will give up trying to install their leader Pedro Sanchez as prime minister if he fails to win two investiture votes this month, a spokesman for the Spanish Socialist party said on Tuesday.
SOS: last call for the European socialist party
Gathered in Brussels, the European socialist leaders endorsed the candidacy of Frans Timmermans as president of the European Commission. Will they be able to calm the anger that seems to prevail in Europe?
Rajoy out, Sanchez in — what next for Spain? l View
Euronews speaks to Spanish politics expert Paul Kennedy about what the changes mean for the Catalonia dispute, what policies Sanchez is likely to pursue and how long he will last in power.
How would Sánchez have handled the Catalan crisis if he was prime minister?
Pedro Sánchez says the PSOE has "only one goal, which is to open dialogue and try to reach a political solution."