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Stalemate in Spanish election as Socialists win with no majority and right wing Vox doubles seats
Socialist Antonio Costa wins another term. But what else did we learn from Portugal's parliamentary election?
Across the EU, radical new parties and far-right populists are reshaping the political landscape. But that’s not the case in Portugal.
A counter-G7 summit that looks for an "alternative" world order is taking place a week before the G7 meeting in Biarritz.
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.
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.
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?
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.
Pedro Sánchez says the PSOE has "only one goal, which is to open dialogue and try to reach a political solution."
Spain’s bitterly divided Socialist party has chosen a new leader.
As the losing mainstream candidates lick their wounds after the first-round of the French presidential race, their shocked parties have had to agree on what to do…
The presidential election was a huge defeat for France’s mainstream parties.
Hamon a campaign of disappointment
France's Socialist presidential candidate Benoit Hamon vows to fight on after Manuel Valls said he would not vote for him
France’s former Prime Minister Manuel Valls will vote for Emmanuel Macron in the presidential election
Two giant rallies in Paris have pitted the far-left against the centre-left, which is currently in government.
French electors have no environmental presidential candidate to vote for for the first time since the 1960s, with the Greens' man now campaigning alongside the Socialists.
More than 1.3 million voters took part in the run-off vote organised by the French Socialist Party to pick their candidate for the country's upcoming presidential election.
It’s easy to say it now with hindsight but Benoit Hamon’s swift rise to the top shouldn’t really be much of a surprise.
A run-off vote pits pro-business ex-premier Manuel Valls against hard-left lawmaker Benoit Hamon to be the party's presidential candidate. Analysts say it could fracture the party and potentially hand
French voters are choosing the socialist candidate for this year’s presidential election in a run-off vote which pits former prime minister Manuel Valls against hard-left hopeful Benoit…
France’s remaining two candidates for the Socialist party’s presidential nomination have clashed over the credibility of their manifestos on prime time…
With the Socialist candidate finally chosen this weekend, can either Manuel Valls or Benoit Hamon make a difference in the packed French presidential election race?
Results from France’s first round socialist presidential primary show Benoit Hamon in front of the country’s former Prime Minister Manual Valls.
Seven candidates have taken part in the first French left-wing TV debate ahead of a primary to choose a candidate for this year's presidential race