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PRAGUE (Reuters) -The Czech government survived a no-confidence motion on Thursday after a party holding decisive votes shunned the opposition's attempt to overthrow Prime Minister Andrej Babis' minority Cabinet months before a general election.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark said on Tuesday it will repatriate 22 Danish citizens, women and children from detention camps in northeastern Syria, where they are being held due to their association with Islamic State fighters.
ROME (Reuters) - League leader Matteo Salvini is in danger of losing his crown as the undisputed head of Italy's centre-right bloc, a prospect that could destabilise or eventually even upend Prime Minister Mario Draghi's government of national unity.
Hundreds of thousands of Thai students and young professionals dissatisfied with the government’s handling of the pandemic and the slow pace of vaccinations have formed an online group to discuss ways to quit the country for good.
BELFAST (Reuters) -A majority of Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) lawmakers have signed a letter seeking a confidence vote in party leader and Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster, local media reported on Tuesday.
THE recent 2020 Umno annual general assembly (AGM) was like a silat pulut exhibition.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's prospects of forming a new government waned on Saturday as a coalition partner seen as vital for securing a parliamentary majority ruled out joining a new administration led by him.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Dutch PM Mark Rutte was facing the biggest challenge to his leadership in a decade on Thursday, as opposition parties tabled a no-confidence motion and accused him of lying over remarks he made about what he discussed during talks to form a new Cabinet.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's two former prime ministers - Mariano Rajoy and Jose Maria Aznar - were testifying on Wednesday in a High Court corruption trial involving former prominent members of their conservative People' Party (PP).
IS: Europe's airlines and travel sector are bracing for a second lost summer, with rebound hopes increasingly challenged by a hobbled COVID-19 vaccine rollout, resurgent infections and new lockdowns.