France’s Constitutional Council cleared the way for former president Nicolas to be tried over alleged illegal financing failed re-election campaign in 2012.
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20 years ago, Srdja Popovic was part of a revolution — literally. He was a founding member of the Otpor! movement that ousted Serbia Slobodan Milsovic from power in 1999.
Belarusian authorities have carried out concerted attacks on media freedom over the years that directly affect the climate in which news media will cover.
A promising journalist for an online feminist magazine has died at age 25 after falling from an eighth-floor apartment window.
In a dozen countries across Africa, governments have put laws that “improperly constrain” nongovernmental organizations and imperil civil society.
Chancellor Merkel’s preferred successor, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, said Sunday that she would not seek the top job before Merkel’s term ends in 2021.
Albania’s center-right opposition has called for further protests to bring about resignation of left-wing government and force parliamentary elections.
Voter-advice applications give voters opportunity to get unbiased advice about which candidates or parties to support, usually in complex contexts.
Two activists linked to the Russian protest group Pussy Riot have successfully appealed their rejected asylum application and received shelter in Sweden.
Coalition to Free Kremlin’s Political Prisoners welcomes publication of report providing comprehensive accounting of more than 230 political prisoners.