Hungary's opposition turns to the centre-right to try to save democracy. There may be a lesson there for the United States.
France commemorates two atrocities with differing political implications: an assassination last year and a massacre sixty years ago.
A monthly feature: electoral news from around the world, including Iceland, Japan, Romania and Iraq.
Austria and Czechia, compare and contrast. One prime minister resigns and the other is given notice by the voters.
An advance look at France's next presidential election, where the incumbent faces a range of challengers from both sides of the spectrum.
Czech politics is becoming a little less fragmented, with the opposition parties hoping to topple billionaire leader Andrej Babiš in tomorrow's election.
Voting in Italy's big cities shows the left in a strong position, but keeping the right out of power nationally will still be a big task.
Supporters of Hungary's freshly united opposition flock to the polls to choose candidates to take on their authoritarian government.
In the wake of the German election the country's Greens and Liberals have begun the search for a common program.
An easy guide to understanding the German electoral system.