In the News – 26/05/2014

Eurosceptics and far right surge in Euro elections
The Irish Times

Poroshenko set for landslide victory in Ukraine
The Irish Times

Euro hits three-month low as investors digest eurosceptic vote
The Irish Times

Le Pen’s National Front leads anti-EU backlash
Irish Independent

Italy leads Europe shares higher as pro-EU forces hold ground
Irish Independent

All eyes on Draghi as world awaits answer to low inflation issue
Irish Independent

Recount requested in Dublin constituency

Leftist Syriza wins Greek EU poll, requests early general election

Europe on course for ‘grand coalition’ after election

‘Social Europe’ to dominate post-electoral talks

Centre-right wins most EP seats, but anti-establishment parties score well
EU Observer

Ukraine’s new leader vows to reunite country, build EU ties
EU Observer

Russian separatists disrupt presidential vote in Ukraine’s eastern regions

Eurosceptic ‘earthquake’ rocks EU elections

Spain: People’s party triumphs while smaller parties make gains
The Guardian

Far-right takes victory in Danish European elections
The Guardian

3 killed, 1 injured at Brussels Jewish Museum
The Washington Post

Russia ready for dialogue with likely Ukraine President-elect Poroshenko – Lavrov
Russia Today

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