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Ticker Swedish parties reach deal to rule without far-right
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11. Jan, 18:20
Four months of political stalemate in Sweden ended on Friday when four parties, the Social Democrats, Greens, Liberals and the Centre party, agreed to back social democrat Stefan Loefven to continue as prime minister. Deadlocked since September elections the Centre Party and the Liberals were forced to break their alliance with the conservatives to get a new government that would not depend on votes from the far-right Sweden Democrat party.

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European Commission has first ever woman president 16. Jul, 19:42
Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday obtained a narrow majority of support in the European Parliament to become the first-ever female president of the European Commission.

Son: Malta trial for murdered journalist 'not enough' 16. Jul, 17:15
Malta is about to put on trial three men it says killed journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017, but only a public enquiry might show who ordered the murder, her son has warned.

Von der Leyen's final appeal to secure top EU post 16. Jul, 12:04
European Commission presidential-hopeful Ursula von Der Leyen delivered her key appeal in the European Parliament to secure the post. Her appeal appeared to appease most of the political groups - but a lack of specifics, and opposition from Greens remain.

EU talks tough on Turkey, but arms sales go on 16. Jul, 09:24
EU relations with Turkey hit a new low with sanctions on Monday, but European arms sales to its Nato ally continue unabated.

Investigation The Abortion Exodus - more Poles and Croats going abroad 16. Jul, 08:53
Why are more women from Poland and Croatia seeking pregnancy terminations abroad?

Poland's ex-PM loses EU parliament chair again 16. Jul, 07:17
Poland's former prime minister, Beata Szydlo, has cried foul after failing to get an EP committee chair a second time, in a fiasco which could spell trouble for the European Commission presidency vote on Tuesday.

News in Brief
  1. Today, 14:18 Ansip's ex-cabinet chief to head EU cybersecurity agency
  2. Today, 12:06 Malta starts trial of journalist murder suspects
  3. Today, 11:08 Full text of von der Leyen candidacy speech to MEPs
  4. Today, 09:50 Von der Leyen open to further Brexit delay
  5. Today, 09:23 Von der Leyen promises carbon border tax
  6. Today, 08:58 Brexit: both UK PM candidates say Irish backstop is 'dead'
  7. Today, 08:55 Mogherini: Iran's nuclear enrichment 'reversible'
  8. Today, 08:53 Report: Selmayr to leave 'next week'
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Latest News
  1. Today, 19:42 European Commission has first ever woman president
  2. Today, 17:15 Son: Malta trial for murdered journalist 'not enough'
  3. Today, 12:04 Von der Leyen's final appeal to secure top EU post
  4. Today, 09:24 EU talks tough on Turkey, but arms sales go on
  5. Today, 08:53 The Abortion Exodus - more Poles and Croats going abroad
  6. Today, 07:17 Poland's ex-PM loses EU parliament chair again
  7. 15. Jul, 17:27 Von der Leyen reaches out to left and liberal MEPs
  8. 15. Jul, 17:24 Farmers among new MEPs deciding on EU farming money
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