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The investigation into journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder inspired protests against Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, who will resign in January.
Russia has been banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency for four years from international sports events after accusations of tampering with a database.
As Antti Rinne steps down as prime minister amid criticism, Sanna Marin is expected to become the youngest government leader in the world.
President Macron has yet to release the proposal but demonstrators turned out in mass numbers, echoing last year's yellow vest movement.
Five years after Scots voted to remain in Britain, voters are again weighing a referendum, as Brexit tests the strength of the United Kingdom.
Ursula von der Leyen has made gender equality a cornerstone of her commission. The greater presence of women in government could reshape the EU.
Frequent infighting among its 29 members is raising questions about the military alliance and its commitment to collective defense.
Ursula von der Leyen was an unexpected choice for president of the European Commission. But observers say she has impeccable credentials for the post.
Britain's political leaders sparred Sunday over the early release of Usman Khan, who killed two people after serving about half his prison sentence.
In the wake of the London Bridge stabbing attack, a look at some other examples of citizen bystanders rising to the violent challenge.
Historically, British politics may have been rough, but rarely hostile. In recent years, though, bullying and threats have become alarmingly common.
Studies show France's rate of domestic violence is exceptionally high for Europe, despite a long focus on gender equality. Activists call for reform.
Ukrainian industry is ailing. And with the West showing little interest in helping, China has stepped in – and could reshape Ukraine's allegiances.
Thousands of young Venetians, clad in rubber boots, are wading through water to save precious sheet music from the worst flooding of their lifetimes.
As gay players fight for acceptance in the game and off the field, women in soccer also seek pay equity with men.
Water levels reached 74 inches, bypassing the city's usual flood defenses. The mayor has called on Rome to declare a state of emergency.
Brexit has overturned many apple carts in the U.K. Now it is prompting constitutional controversy as the role of a 10-year-old Supreme Court rises.
The Rolling Stones, considered subversive, were rumored to be performing near the Berlin Wall in 1969. Hundreds of fans who showed up were jailed.
Activists are stealing presidential portraits to protest France's climate policies, but their trials have turned into debates on civil disobedience.
Catalans who want the region to remain part of Spain are increasingly frustrated with disruptions brought by a new wave of pro-independence protests.
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