The victory of the yes vote in Turkey’s referendum on new presidential powers is hardly a surprise given Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s overwhelming support.
US Republican Senators are expected to invoke the “nuclear option” Thursday to force through President Donald Trump's nominee to the US Supreme Court.
A couple in the US state of Georgia are taking the state to court over their child’s surname.
Explained: The bribery scandal engulfing Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht and Latin American governmentsA multi-million euro bribery scandal involving Brazil’s largest engineering company is spreading through South America.
A multi-million euro bribery scandal involving Brazil’s largest engineering company is spreading through South America.
Donald Trump is finding it more difficult than any other president to get his nominations to the cabinet approved. Almost three weeks after his inauguration and there are only five confirmed cabinet p
Though the numbers are reportedly dwindling, demonstrations in Romania continue as the government awaits a vote of no confidence
A new decree threatens the work of Romania's Anti-Corruption Directorate, but the government argues it must tackle prison overcrowding.
Opposition to a controversial draft bill to decriminalise certain abuses of power in Romania continues to grow as the country's Ombudsman has asked a Constitutional Court to rule on its legality.
Hundreds of students in Warsaw and other Polish cities have taken part in marches against the country’s populist government.
Romania’s parliament has approved a new left-leaning coalition government in a vote of confidence ending weeks of uncertainty over who would lead the country.
There was sporadic gunfire across Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a day after deadly clashes between the security forces and anti-government protesters.
The UK government will be called upon to make a landmark decision which would ban and label a British neo-Nazi group a terrorist organisation
The European Union unveiled this week what will become the new headquarters for the Council of the EU and the European Council
Many international organisations including the UN have criticised the move by Yemen's Shi'ite Houthi rebels to form a government in Sana'a.
Felipe VI made an unusual and impassioned plea for dignity and respect to be restored in public life.
Donald Trump appears to be taking American exceptionalism to new heights as he ponders packing his administration with buddies, business partners and family members.
Hariri was prime minister of Lebanon from 2009 to 2011 and he's expected to take up that role again as part of a political deal
It has taken 10 months, but Spain appears to be finally on the verge of forming a new government.
Mariano Rajoy is heading towards a second term as Spain’s Prime Minister, after Socialists agreed not to block his latest bid to form a government.
A third of Jose Barroso’s European Commission colleagues have taken up high level roles in the business sector since leaving public office.
Governments have overreacted to pop songs long before Robbie Williams ruffled the Kremlin's feathers. Here's a few songs that have been banned for annoying the rich and powerful.
A National Security Agency contractor in the US has been arrested and charged with taking top secret information.
The 2016 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) will be released on Monday, October 3, 2016 under the theme: A Decade of African Governance.
Azerbaijan has been voting in a constitutional referendum to extend the chief of state’s term in office to seven years from five.
Italy is marking Fertility Day to promote family planning and parenthood.
A shifting of parties' political positions may facilitate coalition talks but voters remain sceptical it will deliver stable government?