Creede Newton

Creede Newton

Spain

Spain's Socialists dominate vote but new government uncertain

Leader Pedro Sanchez celebrates after his Socialist party wins the most seats in Sunday's vote, but questions remain.

Spain's Socialists dominate vote but new government uncertain

Spain

Spain election: Socialist PSOE wins but no clear majority

With 99.9 percent votes counted, Socialist Workers' Party wins election with 30 percent of the vote.

Spain election: Socialist PSOE wins but no clear majority

Pedro Sanchez

Who is Pedro Sanchez, leader of Spain's Socialist Workers' Party?

Spain’s centre-left PSOE has won 123 seats in the general election, giving its leader a chance to form the government.

Who is Pedro Sanchez, leader of Spain's Socialist Workers' Party?

Spain

Spain votes in pivotal election marked by far-right resurgence

With all eyes on the far-right Vox party, left-wing PSOE is expected to win most seats but not an outright majority.

Spain votes in pivotal election marked by far-right resurgence

Spain

Old wounds open as Franco's mass graves loom over Spain's vote

Efforts to identify Franco's victims have become a hot-button election issue as far right ascends.

Old wounds open as Franco's mass graves loom over Spain's vote

Hungary

Hungary 'starving' Iraqi migrants detained at border

The Iraqis' asylum claims were rejected by Hungary and they were denied food while being held in the transit zone.

Hungary 'starving' Iraqi migrants detained at border

Spain

Catalan trial: Will Spanish Socialists survive snap polls?

Catalan parties voted against a national spending measure, ensuring snap polls that could mean right-wing gains.

Catalan trial: Will Spanish Socialists survive snap polls?

Spain

Spanish nationalists call for Pedro Sanchez's resignation

After socialist PM's attempt to calm tensions with Catalonia, right wingers call him a traitor and demand elections.

Spanish nationalists call for Pedro Sanchez's resignation

Catalonia

Spanish PM travels to Strasbourg to 'defend' country's judiciary

Pedro Sanchez to meet EU rights court officials amid concerns over impartiality in trying pro-Catalonia leaders.

Spanish PM travels to Strasbourg to 'defend' country's judiciary

Spain

Lawyers of Catalan separatists accuse police of 'humiliation'

A dozen Catalan separatists will go on trial on February 12 over their bid to make the region independent from Spain.

Lawyers of Catalan separatists accuse police of 'humiliation'

Europe

CEU student arrested during 'slave law' protest in Hungary

A student and activist from the embattled Central European University is being investigated for assault.

CEU student arrested during 'slave law' protest in Hungary

Hungary

Protests as Hungarian parliament passes 'slave law' on overtime

Controversial amendment to labour laws approved, trade unions and opponents call it a 'slave law'.

Protests as Hungarian parliament passes 'slave law' on overtime