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A week before election, UK race tightens
1 Jun 2017
Opinion polls show the gap between Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Prime Minister Theresa May is narrowing one week before a snap general election.
UK PM May slammed for TV debate 'no-show'
1 Jun 2017
The leaders of five of Britain's political parties took part in an at times heated televised debate on Wednesday but without the Prime Minister Theresa May, who was accused of being afraid to take part.
'Bodies laying everywhere,' says Sweden attack eyewitness
8 Apr 2017
A hijacked truck ploughs into a crowd of people outside a busy department store in central Stockholm, causing "deaths" in what the prime minister described as a "terror attack.
IOC president meets South Korean acting presient in Seoul
14 Mar 2017
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach visiting South Korea to check on preparations for the 2018 Winter Games in the PyeongChang meets South Korean acting President and Prime Minister, Hwang Kyo-ahn, in Seoul.
Modi party wins India's biggest state
11 Mar 2017
Narendra Modi's party won a landslide in India's most populous state on Saturday in a massive vote of confidence for the prime minister halfway into his first term.
Shinzo Abe may become Japan's longest-serving PM
6 Mar 2017
Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds reports on how Shinzo Abe could become Japan's longest-serving Prime Minister.
Supreme Court rules for parliament approval to trigger Brexit
24 Jan 2017
The UK's highest judicial body ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliament's approval before she begins Britain's formal exit from the European Union.
Bill English sworn in as New Zealand PM after Key exit
12 Dec 2016
New Zealand's socially conservative finance chief Bill English is sworn in as the country's new prime minister following last week's shock resignation of his popular predecessor John Key.
Italy's prime minister remains until budget approval
6 Dec 2016
Matteo Renzi will remain Italy's prime minister until the country's budget is approved later this week. Earlier on Monday, he formally offered his resignation after Sunday's referendum result rejected an overhaul of the constitution.
Rio Games: 'The party is over'
22 Aug 2016
Tunisia to form new government after firing PM
1 Aug 2016
Tunisia is embarking on the task of forming a new government after firing Prime Minister Habib Essid. He paid the price for a lack of economic growth in the birthplace of the Arab Spring.
Tunisian government faces vote of confidence
31 Jul 2016
The Tunisian government faces a vote of confidence in parliament that could see Prime Minister Habib Essid unseated after just a year and a half in office.