Ukraine's prime minister has quit and the country's parliament has voted down anti-protest laws. Still, protestors haven't gone home.
The European Union seems to have spent 2016 in a state of constant crisis - or "polycrisis," as European Commission president Juncker calls it. Our Brussels correspondent Bernd Riegert looks back over the past year.
The arch-conservative Hungarian prime minister has made an appearance at the conference of Bavaria's CSU party in southern Germany. His planned visit has raised some eyebrows in other quarters.
Front National leader Marine Le Pen has met with Vladimir Putin and Russian lawmakers in Moscow. Russia has been cozying up to right-wing candidates and meddling in European and US elections.
European foreign ministers have met in Brussels to determine the best course of action for a Trump presidency. Trade deals, relations with Russia and the US commitment to NATO all hang in the balance.
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