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A court ruling has sparked demonstrations against the natalist policies of Europe's right-wing populists and raised questions about who makes Poland's laws.
Amid a worsening coronavirus pandemic, the ruling party has a new target: LGBT Hungarians.
Russia’s warming climate has left it unmoored of its cultural foundations.
How France’s efforts to prevent religious separatism are dividing the republic.
The controversial peace deal underscores Turkey’s new role in Russia’s traditional backyard.
An animal-based mutation of the virus highlights the worrying links between intensive farming and epidemics.
The country, which has the highest coronavirus death rate in the world, has suffered from a lack of trust and coordination between different regions and cultures.
Recidivist jihadi prisoners show the enduring threat of Islamic State ideas.
Unlike its larger European neighbours, Austria does not have a recent history of terrorist shootings.
A turbulent year in the former USSR is exposing the limits of Moscow’s power.
After the murder of a history teacher for alleged blasphemy, the French president’s rhetoric on terrorism and security is hardening.