Weeks after losing the majority, French President is battling to save his government as an aggressive opposition turns up the heat over multiple issues.
Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi announced his resignation on Thursday, paving the way for the possibility of early elections and the far-right seizing power.
The attacker verbally insulted and hit the woman in a restaurant in Berlin, local media reported, amid a wave of racism and anti-Muslim sentiment in Germany.
Incumbent Foreign Minister Yair Lapid will become the country’s caretaker premier until elections on November 1.
French President Emmanuel Macron will have to battle for his promised reforms after far-left and far-right rivals log historic gains.
The chances of him retaining the absolute majority are slim, which means he would have to negotiate with his coalition partners for every bill he'd want to pass in the parliament.
In majority of the cases, suspects were members of far-right chat groups and they also had ties to the right-wing extremist groups.
Emmanuel Macron was sworn in for his second term as France's president promising to act with "respect" and "consideration."
The surge of online gaming during the pandemic has allowed the far-right to exploit the industry.
The Netherland's intelligence service has reported a rise in the threat of right-wing extremism throughout the country, noting the risk posed to the democratic legal order.
Jean-Luc Melenchon, the French far-left presidential candidate, has become a kingmaker, coming third in the first round. If Macron is cold-shouldered by Melenchon's supporters, far-right Le Pen might have a chance to snatch a victory.
Critics say Macron’s policies since he faced Le Pen in 2017 have marginalised many voters and served to legitimise her ‘softened’ image, making Sunday’s outcome more difficult to predict.
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