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Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko collapsed for a second time this month after a meeting with president Vladimir Putin and was hospitalised in Moscow on May 27.
President Aleksandar Vucic steps down as head of SNS amid mass anti-violence protests and spike in tensions with Kosovo.
With Recep Tayyip Erdogan the clear favourite after first-round win, is there any room for a Kemal Kilicdaroglu shock victory?
Significant developments are unfolding in Russia. On May 22, an unexpected yet strategic incursion into the Belgorod Oblast was orchestrated by the Freedom of Russia Legion (FRL) and the Russian Volunteer Corps (RVC).
Efforts to detect ballot box anomalies also hindered by block put on access to 2018 data. Situation revealed ahead of May 28 presidential run-off.
Serbian army deployed along Kosovan border after violent clashes between police and local Serbs in northern Kosovo.
Grand coalitions between rivals are one symptom of the radically changed political landscape of the last decade.
HDP co-leader says it is vital to rid country of president’s "one-man” and “freak” regime”.
Government plans to show its strength amid growing calls for political change at mass anti-violence protests.
The New York Times reported on May 24 that US intelligence officials believe that Ukraine was behind the drone attack on the Kremlin in May, which Russia claimed was an assassination attempt on President Vladimir Putin.
Lithuanian opposition parties are demanding that the governing coalition resign before they consent to early elections.
New wave of disillusioned young Turks looks set to abandon country if strongman is re-elected on May 28.
Coalition failure to agree on single candidate for president, and ruling party's attempt to install its minister in the post could bring down whole government.
Military equipment used by the partisans identified as Western-made supplies given to the Ukrainian Armed Forces by the US and other Nato countries.
It is high time to scrutinise the sustainability of Romania’s foreign debt, which has reached over €154bn and close to 60% of the country’s GDP.
Speculation PM Nicolae Ciuca about to resign as neither of Romania's main ruling parties wants to take responsibility for refusing teachers a pay rise ahead of the super-election year in 2024.
Orban's regime, notorious for its anti-migration rhetoric, says it cannot keep holding the traffickers, citing high costs and overcrowded jails.
Case comes as country prepares for its pivotal presidential election run-off.
Pashinyan’s statement was his clearest public pronouncement on his policy in the peace negotiations.