Russian President Vladimir Putin has won re-election in a landslide victory, extending his rule over the world’s largest country for another six years at a time when the ties with the West are on a hostile trajectory.
The leaders of this blue-collar town marked an anti-migrant milestone with a pistachio layer cake this week. To commemorate what they said was the 200th migrant expelled from their town, they wrote the number on top with green frosting.
With Beppe Grillo finally moving aside, his hand-picked protégé, Luigi Di Maio, has stepped in to fill the comedian’s large shoes. Young and photogenic, Di Maio is leading a party that many think will do well
Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan’s hopes of assuming greater powers have suffered a serious blow with the ruling AK Party failing to win an outright majority in a parliamentary election, official results show.
ISTANBUL — Turkey saw a dramatic shake-up in its political status quo Sunday as the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) lost its majority after 13 years in power, burying the hopes of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for extended powers...
WASHINGTON: Former US President George W. Bush is now more popular than his successor Barack Obama, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday.
LONDON — Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservatives won a resounding victory in the British general election, with complete results on Friday showing that the party had secured an overall majority in Parliament.
Britons voted on Thursday in a knife-edge general election that could put their country’s membership of the European Union in question and raise the likelihood of independence for Scotland.
LONDON – Britain’s elections are just a week away, and psephologists and bookmakers agree: It’s an unpredictable mess, with the most likely outcome a minority Labour government backed by Scottish nationalists. For this state of affairs, the ruling Conservative Party has itself to blame.
After UK elections, dramatic change in U.S.-European relations and U.S. foreign policy not impossible
The British general election early next month may prove as significant for Europe, and even for the United States, as for Britain itself. The British electorate must make an unprecedented choice among Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Scottish Nationalists, UK Independents (UKIP) and Greens