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'Indignados' have their day, spanking PP across Spain

ImageSpain's "Indignados" have battered the ruling right-wingers and the second place centrists. Protest factions topped the vote in Barcelona and shattered the Popular Party's majority in Madrid.


At runoff polls, Poles vote for Duda over Komorowski

Andrzej Duda has won Poland's presidential runoff. The right-winger trumped the incumbent centrist, Bronislaw Komorowski, with promises of change and generous social spending.


Britain's foreign EU residents disenfranchised in Brexit vote

David Cameron has given an outline of who may vote in a referendum on Britain's EU membership. The prime minister has opted for rules that exclude most voters from the 28-nation bloc who live in the UK.


Duda beats Komorowski in upset Poland presidential vote

The right-wing candidate Andrzej Duda has won Poland's runoff election. Two weeks ago, 62-year-old incumbent Bronislaw Komoworwski had seemed a shoo-in for a second five-year term.


Greece warns it has 'no money' to make IMF debt repayments

Greece says it cannot make debt repayments to the IMF due next month without more aid from its foreign lenders. Athens defaulting on its debt could mean a Greek exit from the single currency eurozone.


Greens call to legalize gay marriage in Germany

After Ireland's citizens voted overwhelmingly in favor of marriage equality in a historic referendum, members of Germany's Green party have called for the recognition of same-sex marriage in Germany as well.


Russia dabbles big time in fake pharma

If you’re buying medications online, beware. Some 50 percent of the drugs sold in online pharmacies could be fake and Russia is fast becoming one of the cybermarket’s main suppliers, writes Fiona Clark from Moscow.