Juan Guaido makes a triumphant return to Venezuela, says 'things are going well' after touring Latin American nations
A crowd of cheering supporters greeted Guaido and his wife as they stepped into the Maiquetia airport's arrivals hall, and then sped to an opposition rally in eastern Caracas where thousands had gathered to welcome him.
After Ram Nath Kovind cancels iftar parties at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Telangana activists oppose KCR's 'Rs 66 crore' lavish party
Activists have alleged that KCR's Telangana government was using funds meant for poor minorities to host extravagant Iftar parties.
Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy admits defeat ahead of no-confidence vote, arch-rival Pedro Sanchez to take over
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy admitted defeat ahead of a no-confidence vote on Friday saying it had been "an honour" to serve the country.
Venezuelan authorities arrest five police officials over fire, riots in police jail cell that killed 68 people
Venezuela arrested five state police officials for their alleged role in a riot and fire that killed 68 people in an overcrowded police station cell, the country’s public prosecutor said
Six months into presidency, Emmanuel Macron's ratings plummet after his push for reforming French labour law
In his first six months in power, Emmanuel Macron has chalked up one reform after another in a whirlwind that has nevertheless seen his poll numbers plummet.
The Spanish government on Saturday began a special cabinet meeting to approve measures to take direct control of the semi-autonomous region of Catalonia
Venezuelan authorities quelled an attack on a military base near the city of Valencia by soldiers and armed civilians on Sunday.
Caracas: The 27-year-old son of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has been confirmed as one of the 545 members of a new, all-powerful Assembly whose creation has sparked protests and international condemnation.
`Maduro's adversaries are to stage a two-day national strike from Wednesday in a final push to pressure him into abandoning a weekend election for a super-congress
President Emmanuel Macron's government promised to reshape France's political landscape as final results showed he had won the commanding parliamentary majority
French president Emmanuel Macron is poised to rearrange his Cabinet after his new centrist party swept parliamentary elections.
Fierce protests broke out on 11 May across France after the government forced through controversial labour reforms.
French President Francois Hollande's allies have launched a battle to burnish the image of the deeply unpopular leader, who some in the fractured left still see as their best hope for elections next year.
Neves is an economist and former two-term governor of Minas Gerais, Brazil's second-most populous state, where he left office in 2010 with an approval rating above 90 percent.
President Francois Hollande's Socialist Party, bolstered by leftist allies, stands positioned to take control of the lower house of parliament.
Socialist Hollande swept to victory in France's presidential election on Sunday in a swing to the left at that could start a pushback against German-led austerity.
If leftist Francois Hollande becomes French president, he might tell Barack Obama that France is speeding up its withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan — bucking NATO's slower timetable.