British voters headed to the polls last week to elect a new parliament and by extension the leader who will negotiate the Brexit deal. Which leader did supporters of a soft Brexit choose?
Since the 2012 presidential elections, Le Gorafi has entertained more than 3 million readers a month with its distinctive, satirical articles. Taken up by traditional media outlets and even quoted by some politicians, the "gorafisation" of France encapsulates the impressive influence the site has had on politics. We asked co-founder Sebastian Liebus to explain Le Gorafi's success.
Some jokes make you wonder, some may change the course of history. In the last 50 years, French comedians have had a huge impact on politics with their dismissive dialectics, and even encouraged many young people to vote.
The first round of the French presidential campaign will take place this Sunday. However, it seems the candidates changed a little bit! Look at these posters made by street artist Combo, and try to guess which candidate each poster represents.
For many observers, the outcome of Bulgaria’s elections this weekend only confirmed the status quo. However, there was a new phenomenon on the political scene: Yes, Bulgaria - led by a former minister - which won 2.88% of the vote. A tiny number, perhaps, but some see it as a promise for further political development.
Can a TV star change a nation? Sylvana Simons, 46, is trying with Art1kel, the new Dutch political party which was born in December 2016. Its objective? To rid the Netherlands of a culture built on "structural and institutional racism." But to do that, it needs to win votes in the elections taking place this week.
From Marine Le Pen to Donald Trump, recent months have been dominated by political outsiders. But is the youthful and indepedent Emmanuel Macron just enough of an outsider to become the next president of France? [OPINION]
The Polish governing Law and Justice Party is not known for giving its citizens many reasons to be cheerful, which might explain why many reacted so enthusiastically to Witold Waszczykowski's recognition of the long-forgotten Caribbean state of San Escobar. Here's everything you need to know about Poland's new ally.
After several false starts - thanks in part to faulty envelope glue - the second round of Austria's elections finally took place on 4 December, with Alexander Van der Bellen winning against the far-right candidate Norbert Hofer. We spoke to Van der Bellen earlier this year and asked him about frogs and the challenges of being President.
As of today, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is being published in German. Do the Germans need rescuing from their lack of humour? Why exactly are the French uninterested in the much larger English-speaking market? And will the jokes translate?