As Finland prepares for its pivotal presidential election on Sunday, the role of the president has come under the spotlight, gaining new significance in the wake of the country’s entry into NATO.
In a stunning development on the Hungarian political scene, President Katalin Novák has announced her resignation following a wave of public protests.
The Greek government, led by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of the right-wing New Democracy party, has vehemently criticized a recent European Parliament resolution that highlights what it describes as “very serious threats to EU values” in Greece, particularly regarding the freedom of the press.
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – Nayib Bukele, the charismatic and controversial leader of El Salvador, proclaimed a resounding victory in the nation’s presidential elections.
Amid a tumultuous backdrop of widespread protest by food producers, French President Emmanuel Macron has voiced the necessity for a significant overhaul in Europe’s farming.
In the wake of escalating global security challenges and acknowledging the pressing needs of the Bundeswehr, Germany’s Federal Minister of Defense, Boris Pistorius, has sparked a significant debate.
In recent developments that have escalated tensions in the Middle East, Jordan is suspected of conducting air strikes in southern Syria, which reportedly resulted in the deaths of at least 10 individuals.
The Red Sea, a crucial maritime route that connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean via the Suez Canal, has long been a linchpin in the global trade network.