US Republican Party leader meets Zelensky in Kiev
A delegation of the Republican Party, in the opposition in the United States, led by its leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, met this Saturday in Kyiv with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to express support for Ukraine in the war against Russia. A video released by the Ukrainian Presidency shows
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US praises new Philippine president, wants to ‘strengthen’ relations
The United States today “congratulated” Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, son of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos, for winning the presidential election in the Philippines, promising to “strengthen the lasting alliance” with that Asian country. As friends, partners, and allies, we will continue to work closely with the Philippines to promote respect for
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Who is Yoon Suk-yeol? South Korea’s ‘antifeminist’ leader who won the ‘Squid Game elections’
Opinions are divided on Yoon Suk-yeol. South Korea’s new president considers himself “anti-feminist” and has helped topple some of the country’s most corrupt politicians. Yoon Suk-yeol is the new President of South Korea, one of the few countries to adopt the presidential system as a form of government. Former South
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Sinn Féin victory in elections and unionist division perpetuate crisis
The nationalist party Sinn Féin obtained 29% of the first votes counted in the regional elections held today in Northern Ireland, which also confirm the recovery of parties from the center and a division in trade unionism, indicates the EFE agency. The provisional electoral count shows that the former political
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UK : Boris Johnson loses over a hundred seats in local elections
Labor won several historic townships from Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party in Thursday’s local elections, including Westminster, Wandsworth and Barnet. The three London townships had been Tory-controlled for several decades, in the case of Westminster since its creation in 1964. The mayor of London City Council, Sadiq Khan, stressed
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Mario Draghi says Lavrov’s interview with Italian media was “a rally”
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi criticized this Monday the first interview given by the Russian Foreign Minister to a European media since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine, accusing Italian television of having held “a rally”. “It was talked about in an interview, but it was really a rally.
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European citizens and governments define proposals to improve the European Union
A more sustainable, resilient European Union, with access to better healthcare and a more inclusive economy, for example in the labor market, are some of the wishes at the base of citizens’ proposals for the future of Europe. Ending the brake on unanimity voting is a 49 proposal. Representatives from
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The Businessman Robert Golob  defeated Prime Minister Jansa
Robert Golob won with 34.5%, compared to 23.5% for Orbán’s ally and Trump admirer. Less than three months ago, Robert Golob, former president of a solar energy company, had no party to contest the elections. Now he is on the brink of becoming Slovenia’s prime minister after the small ecologist
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Macron wins French presidential election
Compared to 2017, in the last duel between the same two candidates in the second round, the difference to Le Pen was much greater. Emmanuel Marcon was re-elected president of France, according to projections published by the French press, which give him around 58% of the votes. TF1’s projection gives
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Second round between Macron and Le Pen, according to polls
Polls show that the current French president will contest the second round against the far-right candidate, Marine Le Pen. Polls give 28.4% of the vote to Macron and 23.4% to Le Pen. Here are the latest polls: Emmanuel Macron: 28.4% Marine Le Pen: 23.4% Jean-Luc Mélenchon: 21.1% Eric Zemmour: 7%
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