Government And Politics

EU agency to have stopgap Amsterdam HQ in Brexit move

Jan 29, 2018

Dutch officials say the European Medicines Agency will be housed in temporary offices in Amsterdam before a new headquarters is completed for the agency's relocation from London

Finland's president skates to overwhelming re-election win

Jan 29, 2018

Finland's President Sauli Niinisto crushed his competition to win a second six-year term, scoring more than five times the support of his closest challenger

The Latest: Finland's president wins landslide re-election

Jan 28, 2018

Finland's incumbent president overwhelmingly elected to second term

Finland's president crushes competition in landslide re-election victory after receiving 62.7 percent of vote.

Jan 28, 2018

Finland's president crushes competition in landslide re-election victory after receiving 62.7 percent of vote.

Finland's incumbent president is barreling toward re-election as ongoing vote count shows him with large majority.

Jan 28, 2018

Finland's incumbent president is barreling toward re-election as ongoing vote count shows him with large majority.

IOC 'worried' for Olympic boxing body, organized crime links

Jan 28, 2018

The IOC says it is "extremely worried" about the governance of Olympic boxing body AIBA, whose new interim president Gafur Rakhimov has been linked to organized crime by United States federal authorities

Manmade quakes force Dutch to face future without gas

Jan 28, 2018

A 3.4-magnitude earthquake in the northern Dutch province of Groningen has rekindled debate about drilling for natural gas in the region and is forcing the government to confront a future without locally produced gas years earlier than expected

New leader of Olympic boxing body linked to organized crime

Jan 27, 2018

An official described as "one of Uzbekistan's leading criminals" by United States authorities has been named interim president of Olympic boxing's governing body

Finns to elect president with incumbent seen scoring win

Jan 27, 2018

Finns go to polls in presidential election with popular incumbent Sauli Niinisto expected to score a win already on Sunday's first round

Relations between Trump, global elites seem to thaw at Davos

Jan 27, 2018

The relationship between President Donald Trump and the global elites assembled in Davos seemed to thaw during the nationalist president's appearance at the World Economic Forum

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