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  • The newly-elected French president plans to restore European unity after the victory against Marine Le ...

    The election result from last night displays Emmanuel Macron as the new French head of state after defeating his far-Right rival Marie Le Pen. This result will have long lasting effects for Europe and Brexit. 8 May 2017 – The Telegraph Projections gave 39-year-old Mr Macron almost two thirds of the vote, showing a clear path to the Élysée Palace ...
  • Italian Constitutional Court backs Renzi’s efforts for early elections

    Italy keeps getting closer to a new set of elections this year after the Court arranged a new voting system that backs former Premier Matteo Renzi. 25 Jan 2017 – Bloomberg The court had been asked to rule on Renzi’s electoral reform, which was passed in 2015, and struck down a provision for a run-off vote for the lower house, ...
  • Summit warns Israel and Palestine not to take unilateral actions

    A Convention focused on starting peace talks between Israel and Palestine has issued a warning that neither country should take unilateral actions. 15 Jan 2017 – BBC In a statement, delegates at the summit in Paris also restated their commitment to the two-state solution. But they shied away from criticising President-elect Donald Trump’s suggested US embassy move to Jerusalem. Palestinians ...
  • Millions of people flooded the streets to mourn ex-president Rafsanjani

    The ceremony of Iran’s late head of state, Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani transformed into a rare display of public protest as millions flooded the streets to pay tribute to a man whose passing has upset the country’s political equilibrium. 10 Jan 2017 – The Guardian In what was thought to be the biggest crowd honouring a politician since the death ...
  • The Turkish reverse-coup

    While members of the military initiated a coup against their head of state, president Erdogan turned to guerrilla media tactics using FaceTime on his cellphone to encourage his people to oppose the plotters. 16 Jul 2016 – New York Times Mr. Erdogan has been no friend to free expression, ruthlessly asserting control over the media and restricting human rights and ...
  • Theresa May becomes Britain’s first PM post Brexit and assigns Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary

    Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary came as a shocking choice coming from the newly appointed Prime Minister. 13 Jul 2016 – ABC News Ms May, who succeeds David Cameron after seeing off several rivals for leader of the Conservative Party, becomes Britain’s second female PM after Margaret Thatcher. After formally being invited to form a government in a meeting with ...

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