Prime Minister Scott Morrison's re-election is likely to translate into tougher immigration laws and the repealing of 'Medevac' bill that would ensure seriously ill refugees are flown to mainland Australia for treatment.
An arch Eurosceptic who promises to liberate the UK from the EU with Brexit, Nigel Farage has managed to upend the British political establishment, but who is this chain-smoking, beer-drinking everyman?
Theresa May's departure will bring new momentum to the Brexit process, but there are plenty of minefields ahead for her eventual successor.
The Dutch result is a first test of the appeal of the Eurosceptic parties contesting elections across the bloc through Sunday. The outcome will reassure established parties fearing a surge among far-right and Eurosceptic challengers.
British lawmakers lined up to criticise Prime Minister Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement Bill as some upped efforts to oust her.
Coalition returns to power in a stunning result, after opinion polls and odds-makers tipped the opposition Labor Party to win. The outcome ranks as Australia's biggest election upset since 1993, when Labor prime minister Keating returned to power.
A closely watched poll showed Labor was going into Saturday's election with a slight advantage.
Climate change is Australia election's top issue. The main opposition Labour party wants to invest in renewable energy and by 2030, wants a 45 percent cut in carbon emissions as the current government says it is doing a good job at it.
New Zealand's prime minister has been rightly applauded for her response to the attacks against Muslims in New Zealand, but that shouldn't obscure the fact that she has helped to empower anti-Muslim bigotry in her rise to power.
The recent attack on a California synagogue demonstrates a symbiotic relationship between violence and media.
Theresa May is under increasing pressure from her party's MPs and activists unhappy over her handling of Brexit, which was meant to have taken place on March 29 but has been delayed twice.
The idea of a second referendum would once again be put to parliament at some point, Finance Minister Phillip Hammond says despite the government's opposition to any new public vote.
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