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Macron vows tougher Iran sanctions amid protests crackdown

French President Emmanuel Macron has said the West should step up sanctions against Iran by targeting government officials who are part of the violent...

Italy ‘strongly committed’ to Nato and Ukraine, says Meloni

Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni has pledged Italy’s “strong commitment” to Nato and efforts to end Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, taking a firm pro-alliance stance...

Polish leader blames low birthrate on women using alcohol

Poland’s ruling party leader has triggered anger and an explosion of jokes by claiming that the country’s low birthrate is partly caused by overconsumption...

Swedish parties make deal to govern with hard-right support

Three Swedish centre-right parties have announced they have reached a deal to form a coalition government that would not include the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats,...

Danish Prime Minister calls general election for November

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has called a general election for Tuesday, November 1st, seven months ahead of the end of her term in...

Danish Prime Minister calls general election for November

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has called a general election for Tuesday, November 1st, seven months ahead of the end of her term in...

Latvia goes to polls in election influenced by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Polling stations opened on Saturday in Latvia for a general election which has been influenced by neighbouring Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Divisions among the Baltic...

German leaders plan more help for consumers to take sting out of rising prices

Germany will invest an additional €65 billion in a new round of measures aimed at easing the sting of inflation and high energy...

Drivers rescued as bridge in Norway collapses

A car plunged into the water and a lorry got stuck when a wooden bridge over a river in Norway collapsed on Monday. The drivers...

Tories back PM’s plan to rip up Northern Ireland Brexit deal despite criticism

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s bid to effectively tear up parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol has cleared its first Commons hurdle, with no...

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