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Europe Elects: EU parliamentary elections to be held this week

Elections for the European Union Parliament take place this week. 350 million voters have the right to elect choose 751 members of the only directly elected institution in the EU. The British and Dutch start the voting on Thursday, but most voters will go to the polls on Sunday. Nationalist and far-right parties who want to radically change the EU are expected to make big gains while the traditional centrist parties look likely to lose seats. Simon McGregor-Wood looks ahead to the elections that could change the balance of power at the heart of the EU. #EuropeElections #EUelections #EUelection

EU Elections: A Test for the Left

EU Elections: A Test for the Left

EU Elections: Member states vote for the seats

EU Elections: Member states vote for the seats

Right wing and green parties do well. Centrists do badly. What next?

Right wing and green parties do well. Centrists do badly. What next?

EU Elections: Eurosceptic populists expected to make gains

EU Elections: Eurosceptic populists expected to make gains

Mauritania Presidential Elections: Front runner Ghazouani declares himself winner

Mauritania Presidential Elections: Front runner Ghazouani declares himself winner

US conducts cyberattack on Iran launch systems

US conducts cyberattack on Iran launch systems

Museum visitors walk in refugees’s shoes

Museum visitors walk in refugees’s shoes

Hundreds of follically-blessed men have gathered in Paris for the 2019 French Beard Championships

Hundreds of follically-blessed men have gathered in Paris for the 2019 French Beard Championships

Standoff In Sudan: Military council rejects Ethiopian peace deal

Standoff In Sudan: Military council rejects Ethiopian peace deal

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, is heading to the Middle East

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, is heading to the Middle East

Health centres in Yemen are reporting a spike in cholera cases

Health centres in Yemen are reporting a spike in cholera cases

Army chief of staff, Amhara governor killed

Army chief of staff, Amhara governor killed

Mediterranean Oil Dispute: Turkey’s Energy Minister Fatih Donmez weighs in

Mediterranean Oil Dispute: Turkey’s Energy Minister Fatih Donmez weighs in

Turkish defence official says Washington cannot unilaterally exclude Ankara from the F-35 programme

Turkish defence official says Washington cannot unilaterally exclude Ankara from the F-35 programme

A dramatic escalation of tensions near the Gulf region

A dramatic escalation of tensions near the Gulf region

Turkey-Iran relations: Turkish FM Cavusoglu in Iran for 2-day visit

Turkey-Iran relations: Turkish FM Cavusoglu in Iran for 2-day visit

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