Survey shows 53 senators will vote for impeachment of Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff.
The camp in Calais, known as the Jungle, houses about 9,000 migrants, who frequently clash with the officials.
France's highest administrative court is set to deliver its verdict on whether burkinis should be banned or not.
U.K.I.P. leader likens Trump’s campaign to Britain's anti-establishment movement ahead of the E.U. referendum.
Opposition party says it will appeal the result at Constitutional Court.
Zambia’s economy, hit by tanking commodity prices, is likely to play a key role in the outcome of the elections.
The A.N.C.’s reputation has been dented by stagnant economy, unemployment and corruption scandals.
The U.N. says 120 cases of sexual violence have been reported since fighting broke out earlier this month.
President Nicolas Maduro is accused of deliberately delaying the recall referendum to January next year.
Suspended president is accused of breaking country's budget laws.
The opponents of Venezuela's president gather enough voter signatures to take recall campaign to next stage.
By Michael Lerner The trade bloc has already eliminated tariffs on 92% of goods, and financial integration may be next.
Tensions escalated in the Korean peninsula after a North Korea diplomat defected to Seoul last week.
Leaders expected to hold discussion over a contentious Chinese-invested hydropower plant in Myanmar.
The 82-year-old monarch said his declining health might make it difficult for him to carry out his duties.
Accuses leader and ten other top officials of human rights violations.
Former French president faces challenge from 10 other candidates in Republicans party's primary in November.
Move aimed at making room for some 23,000 people detained after July 15 failed coup attempt.
The relations between the two countries soured after Turkey shot down a Russian military jet last year.
Spain's acting P.M. Mariano Rajoy accepts King Felipe VI’s mandate to seek a confidence vote in parliament.
By Michael Lerner Offering to share expertise, the Israeli P.M. is pursuing both diplomatic and economic goals.
The official holiday, called “June 30 Revolution,” was marked by a lavish military display in the capital Cairo.
The U.S. proposed military support against some Syrian armed groups.
By Michael Lerner Will clear the way for Israel and NATO to cooperate.
U.S. Asia experts said they fear Donald Trump would lead America to “ruinous marginalization” in the region.
An article claimed that Donald Trump’s campaign head received payments from a political party in Ukraine.
More than 70 Republicans signed a letter, saying that Donald Trump's chances of a win are fast evaporating.
The Trump campaign dismissed the reports of divisions, blaming the false narrative on Democrat Hillary Clinton.