Gap Closes in U.K. General Election Polls
The Labour Party has seemingly succeeded in at least making the United Kingdom general election competitive.
French President Macron Picks His Prime Minister
Macron hopes the move will secure support from the right in the upcoming legislative elections and prove his commitment to the political center-ground.
China Complains After Japanese Minister Visits Taiwan
The country warned that the visit by Japan's minister of internal affairs could hurt relations between Beijing and Tokyo.
Netanyahu Mulls Early Election Over Spat With Minister
Some commentators say a push to dissolve the government is cover to avoid a possible indictment on corruption charges.
President Erdogan Brands Netherlands 'Nazi Remnants'
The Netherlands became the latest European country to restrict campaigning for Erdogan's drive for sweeping new powers.
Nepal to Hold First Local Elections in 20 Years
Local elections are an important step for Nepal.
Early Elections Likely to be Called in Northern Ireland
Sinn Fein minister Michelle O'Neill says the party won't meet a deadline to nominate a deputy first minister, which would trigger elections.
Donald Trump Calls Pakistan's Prime Minister "Terrific
The president-elect was full of praise for Sharif and offered his "personal help" for unspecified problems.
Germany Plans Facial Recognition Software for Security
The interior minister suggested introducing facial recognition software at transport hubs.
Trident: David Davis Opposed Replacing Nuclear Subs
U.K. cabinet minister in charge of Brexit made arguments that contradict the government he has since joined.
Is Theresa May Serious About Worker Representation?
Historic attempts at equal representation prove that the devil is always in the detail.
Tel Aviv Diary: Bibi's Best Day May Be His Worst
As Netanyahu was enjoying soccer with his Egyptian guest, an investigation was launched into "unreported funds" received by him.
Louise Mensch: Theresa May as PM Will See Women Triumph
Theresa May is about to become the most powerful among a growing list of female world leaders.
Israeli Coalition Deal Makes Lieberman Defense Chief
Israeli official confirms deal agreed and to be signed at the Knesset on Wednesday morning.
Russian Sports Minister Pleads for Rio Olympics Entry
Vitaly Mutko apologizes and is 'ashamed' over doping scandal, which he blames on deceptive athletes.
Saudis Change Course on Oil, Embrace Reform Minister
Elevation of Khalid al-Falih seen as message that Saudi Arabia is moving forward with plans to be less reliant on oil profits.
The Tarnished Legacy of Brazil's Lula
Disillusioned by Brazil's ongoing turmoil, even longtime Lula supporters say their allegiance is strained.
Putin's Former Aide Dead From Blunt Trauma to the Head
The Kremlin's former media boss was found dead in a U.S. hotel last year.
Inside the Mind of Tony Blair: The Newsweek Interview
An intimate study of a would-be world leader and the death of his love affair with democracy.
Another Decade of Vlad?
Vladimir Putin told a Russian news agency he will step down as president of Russia no later than 2024.
Erdogan Poised To Win Turkey's First Popular Presidential Vote
After a decade as prime minister, Erdogan will likely be Turkey's next president as opposition leaders brand him an authoritarian
Turkish Women Post Pictures in Gleeful Protest Against Suggested Public Laughter Ban
One of the co-founder's of Erdogan's party has urged women protect their honour by not laughing in front of everyone