Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Tuesday (May 26) that the new national security legislation China is planning to impose on the city is not against Hong Kong's Basic Law.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to work on Monday (April 27) after recovering from a serious coronavirus infection that saw him admitted to intensive care.
The State Duma, Russia's lower house of parliament on Wednesday gave its definitive and overwhelming approval to constitutional changes that allow President Vladimir Putin to stand for re-election beyond 2024, something the current constitution forbids.
Ireland's Sinn Fein party surged in the country's general elections over the weekend. The left-wing party's candidates vastly outpaced expectations by winning about 24.5% of the first-preference votes to fill the 160 seats of the Dáil, or Parliament.
United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed Britain’s delayed and disputed Brexit deal with the EU on Friday.
The Senate impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump resumes Tuesday (Jan. 21) with Democrats calling for his removal from office and Republicans determined to acquit him.
Mikhail Mishustin, is now set to head the Russian government, after Dmitry Medvedev resigned on Wednesday (Jan. 15).
Spain’s parliament on Tuesday (Jan. 7) elected a government led by socialist leader Pedro Sanchez, ending several months of political gridlock triggered by two inconclusive elections last year, including one last November.
Zoran Milanovic, a former prime minister of Croatia, won the second round of presidential election on Sunday (Jan. 5).
US President Donald Trump accused Democrats of "attempted coup" and declaring war on American democracy as they seek to remove him from office, Reuters reported on Wednesday (Dec. 18).