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    Comasarea alegerilor creează dispute în coaliție.  În 2024, România va avea patru rânduri de alegeri

    Tema privind o posibilă comasare a alegerilor stârnește noi controverse în coaliție. Liderii PNL susțin că juriștii din partidul lor caută soluții pentru a comasa două tururi de scrutin pentru… [...]

    Premierul României, în vizită de lucru în Egipt. Nicolae Ciucă a discutat, la Cairo, cu omologul său egiptean, Mostafa Madbouly

    Premierul Nicolae Ciucă se află într-o vizită de lucru în Egipt. Şeful guvernului a fost primit pe aeroportul din Cairo de premierul egiptean, Mostafa Madbouly. În cursul după-amiezii, se va… [...]

    Radar Geopolitic | Înarmarea Ucrainei: ce trimit SUA, Germania, Franţa, Marea Britanie

    Ediţie Specială Radar Geopolitic cu Loara Ştefănescu, jurnalist senior TVR. Invitați: Iulian Chifu, consilier al premierului României pe probleme de securitate şi relaţii internaţionale, Ionuţ Stroe, purtător de cuvânt al… [...]

    Președintele Iohannis, la deschiderea reuniunii ministeriale a coridorului sudic de la Baku: Acest Coridor devine cu atât mai important acum, când războiul Rusiei împotriva Ucrainei a schimbat în mod drastic contextul geopolitic

    Gazul din Azerbaidjan a venit ca o plasă de siguranță, în condițiile geopolitice actuale, iar România va contribui la securitatea energetică a Europei. Citește mai departe... [...]

    Legile Educației, motiv de scandal în coaliție. Vasile Dîncu ameninţă că PSD ar putea cere chiar demisia ministrului Educaţiei

    Noile legi ale Educaţiei Naţionale continuă să fie sămânţă de scandal în coaliţie. Vasile Dîncu ameninţă că PSD ar putea cere chiar demisia ministrului Educaţiei. Citește mai departe... [...]

    Ministrul Tîlvăr a vorbit cu şeful Apărării din Portugalia despre pregătirea unor piloţi români

    Ministrul Apărării Naţionale, Angel Tîlvăr, şi şeful Statului Major al Apărării, generalul Daniel Petrescu, s-au întâlnit, joi, la sediul MApN, cu şeful Statului Major General al Forţelor Armate Portugheze, amiralul… [...]

    Bode: România este furnizor de securitate, iar protecţia frontierelor externe ale UE este o prioritate

    Asigurarea securităţii frontierelor externe ale UE şi gestionarea eficientă a fenomenului migraţionist se pot realiza doar printr-un efort coordonat la nivel naţional şi european, a declarat ministrul Afacerilor Interne, Lucian… [...]

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    Jake Berry argues MPs and ministers should be treated like "anyone else". [...]

    Truss returns to the political fray via a newspaper comment piece - and the PM can't afford to ignore her. [...]

    The Green Party is hoping council gains will pave the way for a second MP at Westminster. [...]

    New law will aim to cover expectant mothers from the moment they tell their boss they are pregnant. [...]

    A string of controversies has turned the spotlight on one of the most powerful figures in government. [...]

    Thurrock is in council tax rise and bailout negotiations as it tries to address its £1.5bn debt. [...]

    The PM says he'll be "transparent" in a wide-ranging interview to mark his 100th day in office. [...]

    The former prime minister will give a speech at a conference of global politicians in Japan this month. [...]

    The new polling station rules will take effect for the first time during the May local elections. [...]

    Patrick McAllister, 24, was elected the new councillor for Hotwells and Harbourside in Bristol. [...]

    Chinese state-owned firms are building up their presence near the Strait of Hormuz in the Middle East, a new report says, raising the risks of a future clash with U.S. interests in one of the world’s busiest oil transitways. The growing footprint of Chinese commercial activity in the area, including… [...]

    French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire will request “transparency” from Washington over its $369 billion green subsidy splurge in an upcoming trip to the U.S. “The most important thing is that we cooperate with allies to have transparency about the amount of subsidies and tax credits that will be granted,”… [...]

    The Chinese spy balloon above the United States isn’t the only one flying somewhere it shouldn’t be. News outlets in Costa Rica reported Thursday that a similar-looking aircraft hovered above the country’s western coast, raising suspicions that the balloon over Montana wasn’t alone in the sky. In  a statement first given to… [...]

    KYIV — Pete Reed, an American volunteer medic and founder of the NGO Global Response Medicine, was killed while helping to evacuate civilians in the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut. Reed, a former U.S. Marine, died on Thursday in the besieged city in the Donetsk region of the country, GRM said… [...]

    The Pentagon says that a Chinese high-altitude balloon has been soaring above the U.S. this week, adding that it’s carrying surveillance equipment and is violating sovereign airspace. Spy balloons have been around since the late 1700s, but why are militaries around the world still flying them in 2023? First, these… [...]

    The Biden administration is providing Ukraine with a new longer-range bomb as part of the $2.2 billion aid package announced Friday, but the new weapon likely won’t arrive until much later this year. The weapon, the Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb, is made up of a precision-guided 250-pound bomb strapped to… [...]

    Not everyone in Washington is freaking out about the suspected Chinese spy balloon flying high over the United States. Some former officials say it’s giving U.S. diplomats exactly what they need: more leverage over Beijing. The Chinese airship forced the U.S. military to scramble fighter jets, prompted lawmakers to demand… [...]

    Just help Ukrainians finish their work

    Andriy Yermak is the head of the Office of the Ukrainian Presidency. In the ancient kingdom of Babylon, King Nebuchadnezzar the Great was running out of patience. Night after night, the monarch dreamt a magnificent statue with a head of gold, a chest of silver, and thighs of bronze —… [...]

    World’s cartoonists on this week’s events

    First published on POLITICO.com, U.S., January 25, 2023 | By Matt Wuerker First published in Columbia Missourian, U.S., January 28, 2023 | By John Darkow First published on Caglecartoons.com, The Netherlands, February 2, 2023 | By Tom Janssen First published in The Boston Globe, U.S., February 1, 2023 | By… [...]

    As second mobilization looms, Russian men are staying put (for now)

    MOSCOW — When Vladimir Putin’s partial mobilization was sprung upon him last fall, Sergei felt that staying in Russia was tantamount to dancing with death. So he fled to Finland.  Now back in Moscow, he feels better prepared. “I carry my papers on me at all times,” he said, lowering… [...]

    Russia's foreign minister has warned that Moldova could meet the same fate as Ukraine. He says that the West is stirring up anti-Russian sentiment. Moldova has rejected his comments as propaganda. [...]

    Former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon, better known as Johnny Rotten, failed in his bid to represent Ireland. He lost out to the band Wild Youth with their song "We Are One." [...]

    Austrian authorities logged at least 17 avalanches in the popular skiing destination of Tyrol over the past 24 hours. The dangerous conditions there and in Switzerland have already claimed five lives. [...]

    Europe's second-biggest port of Antwerp is its No.1 cocaine hub. Teri Schultz looks at how a looming crackdown on the booming trade may affect levels of violence. [...]

    Thousands of foreigners were studying in Ukraine when Russia invaded. Now, 170 medical students from 10 countries are continuing their studies in Nis in southern Serbia. [...]

    Ukrainian authorities have begun carrying out searches targeting politicians, civil servants and oligarchs. Some people have been fired, and others are suspected of corruption. But is the anti-graft drive for real? [...]

    The US announced that it will allow the first transfer of a Russian oligarch's confiscated funds to Ukraine. In the meantime, Germany says it has evidence of more than 100 war crimes in Ukraine. DW has the latest. [...]

    The price cap on diesel follows on from a price cap on Russian crude oil. The measures are intended to make Russia's invasion of Ukraine unviable. [...]

    After hosting a key summit with the EU, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he wanted to start talks on his war-torn country's accession "this year," although the EU said Kyiv still had a long way to go. [...]

    Pollsters at Gallup International have discovered that 36% of people around the world would prefer to live in another country. DW spoke with Gallup International President Kancho Stoychev about the findings. [...]

    Russia putting 'more and more forces' into Donbas battle, says Zelensky

    Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelensky said the situation on the front lines in the east of the country was getting tougher, with Russia throwing more and more troops into battle, hours after the two sides agreed to exchange dozens of prisoners of war. Earlier on Saturday, Ukrainian officials said a serious accident at a… [...]

    A day in Bakhmut as Ukrainian city's last residents face Russian advance

    Constant artillery exchanges, shelling, gunfire, drones buzzing in the sky. The everyday situation in Bakhmut is dire for the 7,000 people still living in the hotly contested city, which has seen most of its pre-war population of 75,000 leave. But those remaining wont' leave. "Only a dummy wouldn't be afraid,"… [...]

    US envoy to EU 'convinced' Ukraine will win 'with the weapons we're providing'

    Talking Europe hosts Mark Gitenstein, the US ambassador to the EU and a close confidant of President Joe Biden since the 1970s. Gitenstein took up his position in Brussels a year ago, and it proved to be a baptism of fire, with the war in Ukraine starting just a few… [...]

    Countering US subsidies: Is a 'Made in Europe' investment plan realistic?

    For months, European leaders have sought a united response to the US Inflation Reduction Act, or IRA. That plan, announced by the White House last year, favours American-made climate technology through subsidies and tax credits. But EU chiefs say the policy discriminates against Washington's closest partner, Europe. The panelists in… [...]

    Canary Islands: La Palma volcano goes silent, but anger rumbles on

    After lying dormant for half a century, the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma, in Spain's Canary Islands, suddenly exploded in a river of fire on September 19, 2021. The eruption lasted for 85 days. No one was killed, but more than 1,000 homes were destroyed, as well as 70… [...]

    Ukraine's Zelensky vows to hasten EU membership after Kyiv summit

    Top EU officials met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky during a summit in Kyiv on Friday in a show of support for the country as it battles to counter Russia's forces and strives to join the 27-member bloc. Ahead of the summit, European Council President Charles Michel said Moscow's invasion… [...]

    Iran's nuclear programme at a 'dangerous point', Macron says after talks with Netanyahu

    French President Emmanuel Macron denounced on Thursday the "headlong rush" of Iran's nuclear programme after talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was in Paris to seek a stronger European stance against Tehran.  [...]

    Ukraine launches a wave of anti-corruption busts ahead of EU summit

    Ukraine on Wednesday announced searches of government buildings and the homes of high-profile ministers and oligarchs as part of a clampdown on corruption. The move comes ahead of a gathering of European leaders in Kyiv to discuss Ukraine’s path towards EU membership.  [...]

    EU parliament lifts protective immunity of two MPs linked to 'Qatargate' graft scandal

    The European Union’s parliament on Thursday removed the protective immunity of two lawmakers linked to one of the bloc’s biggest-ever corruption scandals, paving the way for them to be questioned by Belgian investigators. [...]

    Ukraine should start EU entry talks 'this year', Zelensky says

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Thursday his war-torn country deserved to start EU accession talks already "this year". Follow our blog to see how the day's events unfolded.. All times are in Paris time (GMT+1).  [...]